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Seeing the future isn’t trouble-free. It is always a tussle in deciding exactly how much of the future fans truly want to know. And there is certainly apprehension among ESPN suits and editors as to “giving things away” and “taking away the thrill of the chase, the mystery of the unfolding season.” Why would viewers view if they know the outcomes? Well, The Bilastrator cannot keep this season’s bright future to himself. That would be downright egocentric. And, as you should know, there is no person on this planet less egocentric than The Bilastrator.

He made 65 percent of his shots inside the arc as a senior. He can post up like a traditional big man. He can also put the ball on the floor and play in space.

“A motor, somebody who just doesn’t give up on plays,” Adebayo said of his playing style. “It’s just always been me. I’ve just never liked giving up on anything. It’s a bunch of us. We got our dogs on the team. Just like, the other dude in front of you, it’s personal. You take everything personal when you’re on the court.”

Added Kentucky guard Malik Monk: “He’s a dog, too. It’s crazy. Having the presence of Bam down there, knowing if you get beat off the dribble somebody is back there to block it or if you get stuck in the air on offense, you can just throw it up, he’ll Percy Harvin Jersey catch it. Then if he’s posting up, [opponents] can’t help down because if you help down, he’s gonna kick it out and we’ve got shooters. He just spaces the floor way more.”

Kentucky lacked that big-bodied athlete last season. Calipari had Karl-Anthony Towns in 2015 and Julius Randle in 2014. Without a mobile, physical center to stop him, Indiana’s Thomas Bryant scored 19 points (6-for-6 inside the arc) during Indiana’s second-round victory over Kentucky in the NCAA tournament.

That shouldn’t be a problem this season with Adebayo on the roster. The freshman says he admires Randle’s “aggression and passion” and hopes to emulate some of the outstanding bigs Kentucky has produced under Calipari.

“[The Kentucky coaches] really want to see kids succeed,” Adebayo said. “You can’t go wrong with how they do things here. You look on the wall and it’s a lot of [players] that fulfilled their dreams and I’m just trying to be the next.”

Adebayo nursed an ankle injury throughout the summer and only recently returned to practice at full speed. He’s still getting in shape, Calipari said. But Red Bryant Jersey he scored 13 points, grabbed 14 rebounds and blocked a shots in last week’s exhibition win over Clarion.

“Bam is a beast,” Calipari said.

Thompson feels he has additional leverage the form of the massive jump the salary cap take next

Six weeks ago, it seemed to be a foregone conclusion that restricted free agent Thompson would re-sign a big free agent deal with the Cavaliers. He had just come off a good NBA Finals performance, and on the first day of free agency Stein and Albert Wilson Authentic Womens Jersey Windhorst reported that Thompson and the Cavaliers were nearing a five-year, $80 million deal. And then the two sides stopped talking, and then even though LeBron supposedly wasn’t going to re-sign until Thompson did he went ahead and did, and then all of a sudden the two weren’t a package deal. The same day ‘s agreement with the Cavaliers was reported, Sportsnet’s Grange reported that Thompson was open-minded about signing a short-term deal with the Cavaliers: After that, silence.

For the last month, as the moratorium period Alex Smith Authentic Womens Jersey ended and everybody signed and loose ends got tied up and rosters were settled and League came and went and guys decided to move on to Europe, there was no news about Thompson. This morning, ‘s – Windhorst dropped a column explaining that there is still no deal because this is one of the most complex free agency situations of the last decade. The upshot of his piece is that, compared to a typical restricted free agent, Thompson feels he has additional leverage the form of the massive jump the salary cap take next. Restricted free agents are typically a tough spot. Since their current team has the right to match any contract offer, potential suitors are leery about wasting their time by making offer that is likely to be matched. Teams hold most of the leverage, offering their RFAs smaller contracts than they, and essentially daring them to convince another team to tender a compelling offer. At this point, the Portland Trail Blazers are the only possible big-money alternative for Thompson.

For Thompson to become a restricted free agent the first place, the Cavaliers had to extend him a one-year qualifying offer. Thompson’s case that qualifying offer is for $6 million, a 32 percent increase on his salary last year. Considering the reporting that he was nearing a five-year, $80 million contract last month, a one-year, $6-million contract seems paltry. The threat to accept the one-year qualifying offer usually isn’t taken very seriously. Sure, maybe the Cavaliers offered five-years, $80 million and Thompson wanted something closer to the five-year, $94 million. Is he really going to give up the security of $80 million and risk a career-threatening injury, or just a terrible, to take the $6 million offer and to get a mega contract as unrestricted free agent next? But according to Windhorst’s story, Thompson sees the situation differently. Depending upon where exactly next ‘s salary cap ends up, the contract for Thompson 2016 could prove to be $5 million per year more than a deal now. Over the life of a five-year contract, that adds up to over $25 million more than Thompson could get signing this year, more than making up for a salary of just $6 million this. If you look at the list of 2016 free agents, it’s a pretty garbage bunch. The only players clearly better than Thompson are Durant and Horford, and I could buy arguments for Dwyane, Conley, and Drummond as well.

Brandon Marshall: Byron Maxwell ‘holds every single play’

Four days before his long-awaited return to South Florida, New York Jets wide receiver Brandon Marshall called out Miami Dolphins cornerback Byron Maxwell, accusing him of foul play.

Marshall still is miffed by Maxwell’s tactics from their 2015 encounter, when Maxwell played for the Philadelphia Eagles.

“I played against him last year and he just Greg Lloyd Authentic Womens Jersey held every single play,” Marshall said Wednesday. “Every single play he held. That was tough.”

After Turner surprised Zimmer on Wednesday morning with his resignation, Turner told ESPN’s Ed Werder, “I think it’s just we have different views on Heath Miller Authentic Womens Jersey where the offense was going.”

Zimmer said later Wednesday that he was “very, very surprised” by the resignation, and called Turner, 64, a “very good friend of mine.”

The resignation seemed to stem from a philosophical difference between Turner and Zimmer. As early as the 2014 off-season, Zimmer had gone to then-Bengals offensive coordinator Hue Jackson in order to pick his brain on offense, to be more educated in order to evaluate things for himself.

Zimmer also announced that he had a minor procedure on Tuesday for a torn retina.

Pat Shurmur, who was hired this offseason as the Vikings’ tight ends coach, will be the interim offensive coordinator.

The Vikings lost 20-10 to the Chicago Bears at Soldier Field on Monday night, their second loss after a 5-0 start. They lost to the Philadelphia Eagles 21-10 on Oct. 23.

Fantasy football cheat sheet: Start, sit and more tips for Week 8

The NFL really should honor fantasy football owners for our devotion to watching completely awful games all the way to the bitter end just for the love Tie Domi Womens Jersey of box scores. Thursday night’s tilt between the Jacksonville Jaguars and Tennessee Titans was basically over halfway through the second quarter and, quite frankly, was a yawner from the get-go.

Fagan, the former assistant U.S. attorney in Missouri, who successfully prosecuted offshore sports gambling website BetOnSports.com a decade ago, said the daily fantasy media explosion highlighted the concerns about any future with widespread legal sports betting.

“Expanded and heavily marketed sports gambling significantly shifts the focus of fans from the athletic contest to the pursuit of personal Tiger Williams Womens Jersey profit,” Fagan told ESPN. “Other non-wager-determinative aspects of sport wind up diminished. This means the increased viewership sought by greed-driven, short-sighted league and network executives will be driven to a marked degree by money fans, not sports fans who will have been converted, in whole or part, to money fans, and this will work a change in life in America.

“Only the gamblers, in the short term, and those profiting off their losses, in the long term, will see this change as a positive one.”

Other experts agree.

With Prescott at the controls, everything has been picture-perfect at One Cowboys Way. But trouble could be around the bend.

Romo returned to the practice field Wednesday for the first time since training camp, although he was not in uniform and continues to rehabilitate from a compression fracture in his back. In the portion of practice open to the media, the four-time Pro Bowler threw some passes during individual drills and did light work.

No one could deny that Romo is much more experienced than Prescott. And way back in 2014, Romo had the greatest year of his career while leading the Cowboys to the NFC East title. He’s also 36. In his last four games including the preseason, Romo has left three times because of significant injuries that sidelined him for long stretches. At 23, Prescott has youth on his side. He stays on the field. And all he does is win, win, win.

The Cowboys have something great going. It starts at quarterback. Altering that isn’t a risk worth taking. All you have to do is review the evidence.

Jason Reid is the senior NFL writer at The Undefeated. He enjoys watching sports, especially any games involving his son and daughter.

Pete Carroll agrees to extension with Seahawks through 2019

Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll has agreed a contract extension through 2019, according to Adam Schefter of ESPN. Just two days earlier, the team signed general manager John Schneider to a new five-year extension.

Team owner Paul Allen confirm the signing on Tuesday night:

@Seahawks Thrilled to announce we have Authentic Kevin Pierre-Louis Jersey reached an extension with Super Bowl winning coach @PeteCarroll ! #GoHawks

— Paul Allen (@PaulGAllen) July 27, 2016
Carroll has found plenty of success in his third stint as an NFL head coach, but his contract was set to expire after the 2016 season. With this extension, the Seahawks guarantee Carroll will be around for a few more seasons. Carroll, who is the oldest coach in the league, will turn 65 in September and has been a coach at various levels since the 1970s.

He isn’t a new player, but training camp will Authentic Luke Willson Jersey be important for Chicago’s 2015 first-round pick, Kevin White. He’s a receiving threat that Jay Cutler desperately needs, and he’s one of the biggest names to watch for the Bears after he missed all of his rookie season due to injury.

Cutler and the offense are also adapting to new offensive coordinator Dowell Loggains, who was hired after Adam Gase accepted the head coaching job with the Dolphins. Loggains was previously the quarterbacks coach with the Bears, so he and Cutler have some existing rapport, which should ease the transition.

The Lions said farewell to wide receiver Calvin Johnson, who retired following the 2015 season. To replace Megatron, they added a number of new faces, including Marvin Jones. Veteran receiver Anquan Boldin is also joining the team on a one-year deal. His presence should help keep the chains moving, but the two of them, along with Golden Tate, have everyone looking at them to carry the offense in Johnson’s place.

Detroit took steps to fix its struggling offensive line this offseason, adding free agent guard Geoff Schwartz and drafting tackle Taylor Decker in the first round of the 2016 draft. Training camp will be an opportunity for this unit to gel and prepare to protect Matthew Stafford this season.

The Lions are dealing with several injuries heading into training camp. Running back Ameer Abdullah should be ready to go at the start of camp after having shoulder surgery following last season. Tight end Brandon Pettigrew landed on the PUP list as he continues to recover from a torn ACL suffered toward the end of last season. Stevan Ridley’s status is unknown heading into camp. An undisclosed injury kept Ridley out of OTAs.

Newly acquired Jared Cook has the potential to be the matchup nightmare the Packers have been looking for at the tight end spot. How soon he gets the chance to find a groove with Aaron Rodgers depends on his recovery from offseason foot surgery.

Green Bay said goodbye to defensive tackle B.J. Raji, who retired following the 2015 season, leaving the team with some uncertainty along the defensive front. Fans will want to watch the way that depth chart begins to take shape during training camp. Rookie Kenny Clark may be able to carve out a starting role or significant snaps at nose tackle.

One of the more interesting NFL storylines of this offseason has been the evolution of running back Eddie Lacy’s physique. Lacy has worked with Tony Horton, the creator of P90X, to slim down and shape up. Jordy Nelson’s return is supposed to help the offense establish the consistency it lacked last season, but he’s already on the PUP with a minor injury to his other knee.

Redskins TE Jordan Reed: Feels ‘back to normal’ after concussion

Washington Redskins tight end Jordan Reed reached this same point a week ago as a limited participant in practice. But he then missed two more days when his concussion symptoms returned.

Reed is confident this time is different.

“I’m feeling 100 percent,” Reed said. “I feel Terrelle Pryor Jersey symptom-free.

Goff still has more waiting to do.

Rams coach Jeff Fisher has stated that he is not ready to make a change at quarterback, even though starter Case Keenum has the NFL’s lowest total QBR and is coming off a four-interception game in Sunday’s 17-10 loss to the New York Giants.

Fisher dismissed a report that Goff was a long way Tramon Williams Jersey from being ready to start.

“If he wasn’t making progress,” Fisher said of Goff, “he’d be a No. 3.”

Fisher felt Goff “did a nice job” with additional reps on Wednesday.

“We put him in all different situations,” Fisher said. “He participated in 7-on-7, then we had a red zone move, we had a first-and-10 run-play pass period, then we had a pressure period. He handled everything really well — huddle presence and understanding, snap count, Mike [middle linebacker] IDs. He was going against our defense; he hadn’t gone against our defense in a while.”

Left tackle Trent Williams was limited with a hyperextended knee. Though he still walked with a limp, Williams remained confident he would play Sunday.

Prescott or Wentz? Which rookie QB would teams rather have, based on what they know now?

No one was posing the question in April when the Eagles traded up to select Wentz with the second pick in the 2016 draft, 133 spots before Dallas took Prescott in the fourth round. But with Prescott ranking among the NFL’s top five qualifying QBs in Total QBR, passer rating and completion percentage, an updated assessment is in order.

UCLA’s Josh Rosen out indefinitely with nerve issue in shoulder

Coach Jim Mora said on Monday that Rosen has a nerve issue in his throwing shoulder and is out indefinitely.

Prescott could easily lead the Cowboys to the playoffs and likely deep into them, which would likely all but end talk of Romo playing another down in Dallas. Cutting him next offseason is still a possibility, but the Cowboys would be foolish to not seek compensation in a trade.

A quarterback-needy team like the Jets, 49ers, Bears Ziggy Ansah Jersey or Browns could use Romo’s services next season, and it wouldn’t require a king’s ransom to land him. If he doesn’t play a single snap this season, his trade value (as a result of his questionable health) will take a significant hit. If he’s put back into the lineup and leads the Cowboys to an NFC title game or beyond, Dallas could easily fetch a first-round pick, and possibly more.

The Browns declined to pick up Mingo’s fifth-year option, and the team has not seen Mingo live up to the potential they expected from him when they Alfred Morris Jersey drafted him. When they declined his option, a team source told NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport that Mingo would have to have a big year with the team to justify a new contract. Mingo will not get the opportunity to do so in Cleveland.

The game will be played on Sunday, January 29, 2017 and simulcast live on ESPN and ESPN Deportes from Camping World Stadium in Orlando, Florida.

Fans may vote to select players for the 2017 Pro Bowl online and on web-enabled mobile phones at www.NFL.com/probowlvote. Pro Bowl rosters will be announced on Tuesday, December 20 live on NFL Network.

Tickets to the 2017 Pro Bowl go on sale to the general public beginning Tuesday, October 25. Fans may visit NFL.com/ProBowlOnSale to purchase tickets.

A member of the 2015 Pro Football Hall of Fame class, Bettis was a six-time Pro Bowl selection and Super Bowl champion (XL) during his 13-year career with the Pittsburgh Steelers and Los Angeles and St. Louis Rams. Bettis, the 2001 Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year, finished his career with 13,662 rushing yards and ranks sixth among the NFL’s all-time rushing leaders. “Playing in the Pro Bowl was always exciting for me,” said Bettis. “It meant a lot to be recognized as one of the best in the game, and I’m looking forward to returning as a captain and sharing in the experience with the current and next generation of football’s best.”

“Some of my favorite NFL memories were from my Pro Bowl trips,” says Gonzalez. “One thing that made my Pro Bowl experiences so special was getting to share them with my family. Pro Bowl Week in Orlando brings that to a whole new level, and I’m excited to be a part of this event that brings together the entire football community — players, coaches, families and fans — to celebrate the game’s best.”

Rex Ryan isn’t doing much to help the Bills

The Bills proved they could connect on long touchdowns, but not much else in 37-31 loss to New York. The Jets were methodical, and the Bills were not.

RYAN CAN’T GET IT DONE: Strength Orlando Franklin Jersey of Rex Ryan’s defense lets him down as Buffalo Bills crumble. The Bills’ defensive backs were roasted Thursday night by Ryan Fitzpatrick and the Jets receivers as Buffalo fell to 0-2. For all the worry about Darrelle Revis, the Bills secondary was terrible. Mistakes and sloppy play doomed the Bills again, this time in a high-scoring affair.

REX ON THE HOT SEAT: Rex Ryan’s Philip Rivers Jersey coaching career is on life support after latest loss to Jets. The former Jets coach is 0-2 and facing an impatient fan base and owner in Buffalo.

Even for an NFL star, $6,000 is a sizable fine, and Hopkins admitted he wouldn’t wear the cleats again unless “Kanye wanted to pay the fine.” While Mr. West doesn’t seem to be ready to do that, adidas might pick up the bill so that Hopkins can keep wearing the Kanye creations.

I’m hearing from multiple people that adidas is putting a plan in place to cover NFL’s fines and have players continue to wear Yeezy cleats.

— Nick DePaula (@NickDePaula) September 15, 2016
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We learned a few years after Glavine had left the Braves to sign with the Mets

TAMPA, Fla. — We learned a few years after Glavine had left the Braves to sign with the Mets, that he had significant after-the-fact misgivings about his decision to change uniforms. We learned from the pages of a book written by then-Braves general manager Schuerholz that Glavine spoke to the Braves Rudy Gay Jersey the day after agreeing to sign with the Mets and that he seriously considered reversing field. Glavine certainly didn’t need to move to the larger market to make his mark the big leagues. He had won 20 five times and won two National League Cy Awards before he left for the big city. Length and value of contract were issues, of course. But it’s not as though Glavine would have retired a baseball pauper had he re-signed with the Braves for less than the $50,000 million he earned five seasons with the Mets. The New area did have some intrinsic lure, of course. The Glavine family anticipated enjoying its time the suburbs north of Stadium. And it did. Other Vlade Divac Jersey factors influenced Glavine’s decision, not the least of which involved his extended family, which was located the Northeast. His standing the Major League Baseball Players Association was not one of them, contrary to what some believed. Glavine was more than active the union; he was the NL player rep for the better part of 10 years and articulate and candid spokesman for the union. None of that should suggest he chose the Mets rather than the Braves because of what it would mean to the MLBPA. One hundred percent nothing to do with decision, Glavine said late Tuesday afternoon by phone from his home outside Atlanta. The Braves’ offer wasn’t at all comparable to the Mets’, but… It ticked me off that people suggested that when I signed, he said. Anyone who knew me knows family came first. The union never tried to influence me, and there was nothing I was considering that had anything to do with what was best for the union. Shortly after Glavine signed with the Mets — early December 2002 — he made that clear by saying, The players who did much to gain freedom for themselves and for the guys who have followed didn’t go through all that another outside party could influence our decision. They won freedom, and now we have it and we should use it.

No one’s whispering our ears. Glavine retains strong feelings and abiding appreciation for the MLBPA. Understandably; his baseball salaries totaled nearly $130 million. Glavine and his family live comfort. He readily understands how it came to be that they are financially set for 30 lifetimes. Thirty franchises and 25 roster spots per club yield merely 750 job openings. And at any time, how millions of 20-somethings and veterans of past big league seasons seek jobs that competitive field? Those 750 are indeed elite and, as the founding father of the union, Marvin, taught this disciples, elite skills warrant elite compensation. Winning 305 clearly put Glavine among the elite of all time. Glavine, of course, had worked closely with Donald Fehr when Fehr was the executive director of the MLBPA. And after the hockey players hired Fehr and gave him the identical title 2010, Glavine’s interest shifted to the sport that had been one of his two passions as adolescent. Fehr hardly was familiar with the hockey players, and he wanted them to become familiar with him, to develop the level of trust the baseball players had the union staff. Fehr asked Glavine to share his thoughts with his new members. I just had a couple of conversations with some players, Glavine said Tuesday. I ‘t know how much influence I had. Glavine spoke of the need to remain united, as the baseball players had. And he stayed touch with Fehr during the lockout that threatened the 2012 season. Of course, Glavine isn’t directly responsible for the Jan. 12 settlement. But introducing Fehr to some of his membership and characterizing him was a positive step. Don’s a smart guy, Glavine said. And I wanted to dispel the improper perception that he makes demands the players follow him. Mostly Don and I spoke about experiences. We compared what the hockey players were going through to what the baseball players had experienced. Some of it was eerily similar. Glavine worried that the entire NHL season would become a casualty of the third work stoppage — all lockouts — once the Winter was canceled. Settlement came 12 days after the scheduled date. I’d been through that before, he said, a reference to cancellation of the 1994 World Series. I didn’t want anything like that to happen again. Those worries gone, Glavine moved deeper into the sport he left behind once he signed with the Braves 1984. He and two of his sons — 12-year-old Mason and 14-year-old Peyton — spent 10 days Toronto last month. The boys, members of a travel team from the Atlanta area, were competing the Quebec International Pee Wee Hockey Tournament, a prestigious event Glavine missed when he was skating Massachusetts as a teenager and attracting the attention of NHL teams. It’s big to-do, he said. It was great experience for them, and I really enjoyed time there. A little costly, but well worth it. And Glavine had the money because of the union. His gratitude is understood. is a columnist for. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.

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