Saturday, August 1, 2015

It was expected to happen and on Friday night it did. The New York Giants have signed wide receiver James Jones to a one-year deal after the veteran opted to go with Big Blue over the Philadelphia Eagles and a number of other teams.

Originally a third-round draft pick of the Green Bay Packers back in 2007, Jones spent the 2014 season with the Oakland Raiders, ultimately leading the team in receptions (73) and receiving touchdowns (6), while adding 666 yards through the air. However... Read at Giants 101

The New York Mets received a boatload of criticism after nixing a deal for Carlos Gomez Wednesday night. They rectified that in a big way just prior to the trade deadline. The Mets agreed to a deal with the Detroit Tigers to acquire outfielder Yoenis Cespedes in exchange for two minor leaguers, CBS Sports' Jon Heyman reports. Cespedes, who is hitting .293 with 18 homers and 63 RBI's on the year, provides a huge boost to the Mets' lineup. The deal may work out better for the Mets... Read at Mets 101

How do you know the Houston Rockets are in trouble? When the Golden State Warriors' Stephen Curry starts doing things on the court that nobody's managed to pull off since Michael Jordan.

Curry just managed to set an NBA record for the most 3-pointers in a single postseason game. Sure, the Warriors may think they can do better -- but don't tell that to Curry. His 40-point long assault during the Warriors' romp on Saturday night's Game 3 didn't just bring them to a... Read at Warriors 101

Today the New Jersey Devils hired Paul Castron as their new director of amateur scouting, effectively filling the vacancy left by former director of scouting David Conte when he was fired on July 9. General manager Ray Shero has now completed his front office with about a month until training camp starts.

Castron, 53, was the Columbus Blue Jackets director of amateur scouting for the past nine seasons and he was a member of the Blue Jackets organization for the last 16 years. The... Read at Devils 101

Fans have been filling London streets in the official NFL Fan Rallies, with 40,000 expected to attend. Even online sportsbooks are getting in on the NFL action with UK betting sites pumping out unprecedented NFL offers to British gamblers (click here for betting information). The question is though, can the Brits handle American football for the long term or is it just a fling? Read at On The Clock 101