NFL Owners Extend Deadline For Lockout, Sign Players En Masse

Thursday, March 3rd, 2011

The NFL's owners and players' union came to an agreement to extend the current collective bargaining agreement for 24 hours on Thursday. The implication is that the two sides will use the next 24 hours to continue labor negotiations with a view towards coming to an agreement. But frankly, I ...

The Latest On LeBron James

Tuesday, July 6th, 2010

LeBron James has heard all of the pitches, he's examined all of the angles and he's talked to all the other free agents. Now all that's left is for King James to make his decision. That is proving harder than he probably thought it would be. So many issues have popped ...

Ron Artest’s Time Has Come

Tuesday, June 1st, 2010

While we can all enjoy a good laugh over Ron Artest's awful shot selection, his goofy antics and impeccable interview etiquette but now is the time things will get very serious for Ron Ron. The Los Angeles Lakers pursued Artest for the better part of three seasons. They explored trades ...

Jon Garland Is Flat-Out Dealing Right Now

Wednesday, May 26th, 2010

Tuesday night in San Diego St. Louis starter Adam Wainwright and Padres righty Jon Garland engaged in a good, old-fashioned pitchers duel. And Garland won. Wainwright, who many experts love for the Cy Young in 2010, made one big mistake and it was blasted for a solo home run by ...

Chicago Makes Sure It’s A Bear Market

Friday, March 5th, 2010

For the Chicago Bears, the NFL Draft started midnight EST Thursday. Yesterday, I called my friends who are Bears fans - like myself - to remind them of that fact. Without a first or second round pick because of the Jay Cutler and Gaines Adams (RIP) trades, the Bears really only ...

Julius Peppers And Daniel Snyder: A Match Made Somewhere Expensive

Thursday, March 4th, 2010

Carolina Panthers defensive end Julius Peppers is finally getting his wish to test the open market and find a new home. The five-time Pro Bowler will likely be somewhere other than Carolina next season, taking his 81 career sacks (in eight seasons) to a new team. And there's a guy ...

Jason Bay Headed To The Mets?

Monday, December 14th, 2009

Now that it looks like free agent outfielder Jason Bay is ready to move on from the Boston Red Sox, the serious suitors for his services have begun to sort themselves out. The New York Mets appear to be proactively chasing Bay and appear to be the leader right now. Last ...

The Red Sox Have Lots Of Questions For 2010

Tuesday, October 13th, 2009

After being unceremoniously dumped from the playoffs in three games by the Los Angeles Angels, the Boston Red Sox are going to take a good, long look at their roster this winter. Boston spent 2009 with the a payroll of $122.4 million, fourth highest in the Major League Baseball, but that ...