On Sunday, a new name emerged as a free agent interest for the New York Giants in Baltimore Ravens defensive end/defensive tackle Arthur Jones, who has come under high demand from teams around the league and could be in for a potential nice payday in free agency.
Aditi Kinhabwala of the NFL Network has reported that the Giants are currently "stating a negotiating position" with Jones, as well as their own safety, Ryan Mundy. Read at Giants 101
Manager Don Mattingly finally confirmed that Clayton Kershaw will start the first game of the two-game series in Australia against the Arizona Diamondbacks. Hyun-Jin Ryu will get the second start.
Mattingly indicated last week that the pitchers were aware of who would be starting, and it seemed that Zach Lee's start on Friday was done in part to line up Kershaw and Ryu for the Australian series.
There had been some speculation that Kershaw would not start in the series at all. The... Read at Dodgers 101
By now everyone knows the New York Knicks have been heavily involved in talks to bring Phil Jackson back to where his NBA career started. They first asked him about becoming their head coach and are now concentrating on hiring him to become their president of basketball operations. Reportedly, the deal is getting very close to completion.
Most New York Knicks fans are sitting by hoping the team and legendary coach Phil Jackson can strike a deal. Even if the contract doesn't land... Read at Knicks 101
For the second time this season, the Buffalo Sabres have traded for a player who would rather play in Europe than for the blue and gold.
Defenseman Rostislav Klesla, whom the Sabres acquired Wednesday from the Washington Capitals in the Jaroslav Halak trade, said he will not report to Buffalo and will instead take time off to prepare for the 2014-15 season overseas:
"With all due respect to the Sabres organization, I decided... Read at Sabres 101
Chip Ganassi Racing's future certainly looks bright. On Sunday the organization signed 18-year-old Dylan Kwasniewski to a developmental contract.
"This young man has impressed us from the moment we saw him," Ganassi said. "His poise, skill and determination on the race track are remarkable for someone so young. I am really looking forward to seeing him grow as a driver with each increase of competition. I think Dylan has a big future ahead of him in NASCAR."