Day: September 1, 2017

NFL Trade Alert: Sheldon Richardson To Seahawks For Jermaine Kearse and Draft Considerations

On NFL cut day, the New York Jets made waves by trading star defensive tackle (and perhaps only somewhat talented player on their entire roster) Sheldon Richardson to the Seattle Seahawks for wide receiver Jermaine Kearse and a second round draft pick, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter. Richardson’s name had been publicly rumored to be shopped around by the Jets, and today’s trade officially sends him out of New York, as he has publicly displayed his dissatisfaction with the organization on several occasions. I would say that the Seahawks are the obvious winners here, getting a young, top defensive...

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“Expert” Fantasy Football Draft Recap

Howdy folks. The fantasy experts over at the premier sports blogging site, LMBF, had their fantasy football draft last week. I’m here to give you a brief draft recap. For the first 14 rounds I will give you the best pick and the biggest reach. The biggest reach is a nice way to say the worst pick. It is a 10 team league, .5 points per reception, with 1 QB, 2 WRs, 2 RBs, 1 TE, 1 Flex, 1 D/ST, and 1 Kicker. See the full draft below. LMBF Draft Round One Best Pick – (1) RB, David Johnson by...

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Bulls Knew Cam Payne “Couldn’t Play at an NBA Level” 2 Practices In

http://chicago.suntimes.com/sports/source-bulls-got-gar-red-in-the-cameron-payne-trade/ An anonymous Bulls source told the Sun Times’ Joe Cowley that, “We knew the second practice [after he was acquired] that he couldn’t play at [an NBA] level,’’ the source said. “The only reason it took two practices was because we thought maybe it was nerves in the first one.”  Ah well that’s fantastic, in a trade where GarPax just decided to toss in a 2nd round draft pick for fun, the “centerpiece” was a guy who every competent Bulls coach and exec knew wasn’t a NBA caliber player. We traded Taj Gibson, the longest tenured Bull and...

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