Thursday, January 29, 2015

As if New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. didn't need anymore positive attention, he found a way to find more and showing just how amazing his ability is, especially to catch a football.

On Thursday, as part of the Super Bowl week and part of a promotion with Visa, Beckham took part in a competition in which he would attempt to break the Guinness World Record for most one-handed catches in a minute; which was formerly at 10.

With New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew... Read at Giants 101

The Boston Red Sox have agreed to terms on a one-year, non-guaranteed contract for outfielder Daniel Nava, avoiding arbitration. The deal is reported to be for $1.85 million.

Nava first appeared in a 60 game stint with the Red Sox in 2010, but did not return to the majors until 2012. He has played in parts of three seasons since then, with this being his first year of arbitration eligibility. After a slow start last season that got him temporarily demoted to Triple-A Pawtucket, Nava... Read at Red Sox 101

Thus far, the New York Knicks have liked what they have gotten from their 10-day contract guys and have rewarded them for their tough and hard play, as they see the court more frequently and have also been given guaranteed contracts.

Langston Galloway has played well enough to guarantee himself a deal for this season and next season and Lance Thomas has played well enough to be the team's sixth man currently. One of their other... Read at Knicks 101

Today the New Jersey Devils took to the ice for their morning skate. However, three forwards did not participate. Wingers Patrik Elias, Mike Cammalleri, and Martin Havlat were all missing from the practice. According to the Devils, Elias is just resting, because remember, he was the sole member that represented the red and black at the All-Star festivities. Cammalleri did not attend due to some "soreness" from last nights win over the Toronto Maple Leafs. As for Havlat, he did not... Read at Devils 101

In what was the last NASCAR Nationwide Series race ever, Matt Kenseth beat out Kyle Larson on a green-white-checkered finish Saturday, to score the victory in the Ford EcoBoost 300 at Homestead Miami Speedway. XFINITY will become the new title sponsor of NASCAR's second series next season.

For Kenseth, it was his first Nationwide Series win of 2014 and the 29th of his career. He drove the No. 20 GameStop Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota around the outside of Larson on the final restart in... Read at Motorsports 101