Wednesday, March 4, 2015

The New York Giants reportedly believe they have a superstar in the making in tight end Larry Donnell, so it should come as no surprise that they've now locked him up for the 2015 season.

The Giants tendered Donnell -- one of the team's two exclusive-rights free agents (ERFA) -- on Wednesday, which will yield him three-year veteran minimum salary of $585,000 over one-year.

As an exclusive rights free agent (no contract with two years of NFL experience), Donnell is... Read at Giants 101

On Tuesday, the New York Mets held their intrasquad game as a tuneup before the preseason kicked off today. Usually intrasquad games are nothing to write home about, simply a chance to give players their first taste of game action since the end of last season. This time, however, there were some headlines thanks to rookie Noah Syndergaard. Syndergaard chose to eat his lunch in the clubhouse during the intrasquad game instead of staying on the bench with his teammates, and team captain David... Read at Mets 101

The Denver Nuggets have fired Phil Jackson favorite Brian Shaw. While Jackson isn't expected to replace Derek Fisher it would be a wise move if the New York Knicks were able to add Shaw to their coaching staff.

As soon as Phil Jackson re-joined the New York Knicks organization one of the first rumors was that he'd try to pry Brian Shaw away from the Denver Nuggets via trade. As it turns out, his plan was to hire Steve Kerr. Kerr instead joined the Golden State Warriors. Then... Read at Knicks 101

After losing a heartbreaker on Friday night to the Boston Bruins with a 3-2 loss in overtime, the New Jersey Devils have turned it around and won two straight games. Although they were down 2-0 to Boston and fought back and earned a point, it was not the worst thing that could have happened. The red and black have been pushing it since after the all-star break in which they started 15 points behind the Bruins. Now, with 18 games remaining in... Read at Devils 101

Horse racing is an undeniably British sport. Whilst this exhilarating spectacle is performed in countries across the globe, from South Africa to Hong Kong to Australia, it is in the UK that both the sport's successful history and promising future firmly remain. Therefore, it is unsurprising, that the most famous of horse racing's venues exist within British boarders - with influential racecourses such as Aintree, Cheltenham and... Read at Olympic Games 101