Report: Raiders may cut Michael Crabtree, Marshawn Lynch

Despite comments from Raiders G.M. Reggie McKenzie and coach Jon Gruden that indicated receiver Michael Crabtree and running back Marshawn Lynch were in the plans for 2018, both could be gone before the regular season.

That’s the word from Michael Gehlken of the Las Vegas Review-Journal, who reports that both players are in flux and could be out of Oakland this year.

Solder has 95 career NFL starts and instantly become the best player on the Giants offensive line which Flowers never achieved, despite his lofty draft status.

Veteran running back Jonathan Stewart, waived recently by the Panthers, signed a two-year deal with the Giants and before he did, he had no knowledge the Giants were on the verge of opening the coffers for a new left tackle.

That’s exciting, Stewart said. It is definitely trending up and I think having Dave there is the reason why they’ve been good in the past and he knows how to put teams together and it seems like he’s doing a good job so far.

He is waiting for an MRI to confirm, but Price is believed to have torn a pectoral muscle, Albert Breer of Sports Illustrated reports.

Price, one of 11 Ohio State players participating in the combine this week, was projected as a first-round choice by some draft analysts. The injury, though, obviously could affect his draft stock.

At 24, I knew I was not ready to be taken care of. I wanted to struggle on my own. I wanted to have to eat cheap, tasteless, frozen dinners. And more importantly, I wanted to pursue a career that I could be proud of.

It’s almost impossible to make that work when you live in a few different cities throughout the year, following your partner around from one game to the next. Compromise is hard, and there’s always one person who has to give up a little more than the other.

I just wasn’t willing to compromise anymore. I wanted to put my aspirations and goals first and, unfortunately, that meant leaving Minnesota forever.

It wasn’t easy moving on, but I left because I had always been driven to make my own mark in this world, to learn from and grow in the struggles that I believed were necessary if I was to be the true me.

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The College World Series is here

It’s a big weekend in the baseball world, with the most important event on the NCAA baseball schedule getting underway. Teams from around the country have been participating in regionals and super regionals for a couple of weeks, but now the college baseball tournament is down to eight teams and it’s officially time to start the College World Series in Omaha.

Participating this year will be: Oregon State, LSU, Florida State, Cal State Fullerton, Florida, TCU, Louisville, and Texas A&M. Six of those eight squads are among the original top eight nationally ranked teams, with Florida State, Cal State Fullerton, and Texas A&M as the unranked teams.

Toronto has 90 games left. If they go .500 the rest of the way, they’d finish with 80 wins. If they play .600 ball from here on out, 89 wins. And remember: They haven’t even been a .500 team yet this season. The distance between them and those they’re chasing isn’t that great, but when you lay it out like that, it sure feels huge. The Jays need to look a lot more like their May selves for the rest of the year to make the postseason happen again. And given the up-and-down nature of 2017 so far, it’s fair to say that team might not exist.

The Braves are working out Freddie Freeman at third base instead of first so he can move to the hot corner when he returns from injury. It’s not a bad idea for a team in Atlanta’s position, but the odds are against them and Freeman.

I’ve never caught a foul ball, and it’s likely you haven’t, either, but this young fan at the College World Series managed to snag two in the same game, barehanded.
The reason Freeman is maybe moving to third is because the Cardinals are losing their breakup with Matt Adams.

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