Posts Tagged ‘free agency’
The trade deadline is weeks away. Wait, no, the trade deadline is a week away. The NHL trade deadline is on March 1, 2017 this year and the Boston Bruins have been tied to some major names this season.
What Kind of Trade Makes Boston Better? Part 1: Forwards
Kings general manager Vlade Divac, after hearing all the criticism about the DeMarcus Cousins trade, appeared to reveal why the team made the move on Monday. The team held a press conference on Monday to officially announce the trade, and Divac delivered a statement that talked about how “culture” is important in building a winning team, and how much “character matters.” This was clearly a reference to Cousins, who has had his issues with technical fouls and erupting during games.
Brian and Patrick go over their priorities for the Saints going into the offseason including which positions they think are most important, and how they woudl like the team to approach Free Agency. Download this episode (right click and save)
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Prioritizing the Saints needs going into the offseason and getting ready for Free Agency
Defensive end is a position that stands out as an area of immediate need for the New Orleans Saints going into the 2017 offseason, more specifically the side opposite Cameron Jordan. Jordan ironically said recently he actually wants the team to add some cornerbacks, likely to help give the defensive line those few precious extra seconds to get after the quarterback. I agree with both of those being I love the defensive aspect of football, but I also know how important having the right pieces on offense can be and it all starts up front with the offensive line
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Guard Spot Could Get Expensive For Saints In Free Agency
I guess it was inevitable, since the Eagles have not had a ticket price increase since 2014, but the timing is questionable after a 7-9 season. The average cost of a ticket is going up $7, from $99 to $106. The biggest ticket price hike will be $15 for some of the lower level seats, while the smallest increase will be $5 per ticket
The New England Patriots may have recently pulled off the largest comeback in Super Bowl history, but they’re not an organization that lives in the moment and is overly satisfied after just one major achievement. Bill Belichick and Co.
Ranking the Patriots’ 20 free agents: Who is most important to retain?
Kevin Durant wanted to rent out Mahogany Steakhouse in downtown Oklahoma City after Saturday night’s game against the Thunder, but the Golden State Warriors star forward was denied because the owner, Dave Osborn, wants to stay true to Thunder players and fans. “We thought about it,” Osborn told USA TODAY Sports.
I still remember the 2015 draft. It was exciting. The norm for the team was trading away draft picks, but that year the team had some ammo with an extra 1st, 3rd and 5th round picks
The Jets hired Jeremy Bates as their quarterbacks coach on Wednesday, and that’s caused rumors to swirl about the possibility of him bringing in a familiar face. Bates coached Bears quarterback Jay Cutler back when he was with the Broncos, and helped him have one of the best seasons of his career. The Jets are in desperate need of a quarterback, although it’s unclear if having a veteran signal-caller or drafting a young quarterback to develop would be the better option, given all the roster holes the team currently has.
Could Jay Cutler land with the New York Jets?
This is the 26th in a series of looks at the men who suited up for the 2016 Philadelphia Phillies. David Lough was the last player profiled. I was sure Elvis Araujo would be a huge part of the bullpen and the Phillies future.
2016 Player review: Elvis Araujo