The 2018 NFL Draft is days away and there are plenty of rumors floating around ahead of Thursday’s first round.
Friday it was reported Georgia running back Sony Michel could be the second ball carrier off the board. But according to The Ringer and NFL Network there are some concerns with the wear and tear on Michel’s body.
There’s a lot of teams telling me there’s a medical concern here, so he could slip a little bit, said The Ringer’s Mike Lombardi, formally an NFL executive. His medical grade is a little iffy.
Michel split time in a backfield with Nick Chubb at Georgia, amassing 3,613 yards and 33 touchdowns in four seasons. He hurt his knee in the SEC championship this past season but was able to play in the College Football Playoff. He’s suffered previous ankle injuries, a fractured forearm in 2016 and reconstructive knee surgery in high school, according to NFL Network.
Regular shortstop Xander Bogaerts, out since April 9 because of an injured left ankle, is expected to return from the disabled list Friday.
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I talked to him today and he was very upbeat, Cora said before the game. Looking forward to having him back at shortstop and the middle of the lineup.
Sale (2-1) allowed three runs and four hits in six innings to improve to 5-1 in eight games at Toronto, where his ERA rose from 0.96 to 1.36. He struck out 35 over 22 scoreless innings at Rogers Centre last year.
LHP Mike Minor (1-1, 3.86) starts for the Rangers.
One reason the Ravens weren’t able to work with a one-year deal was because they needed a multi-year contract to work with their cap space, according to NFL Media.
What they saw was just the latest beatdown from a franchise whose maligned rebuild has morphed into the one of the trendiest terms in sports.
The Sixers outscored the Heat by 14 in the third quarter to snap a tie game and had fans belting Trust the Process!
Goran Dragic was whistled for a technical Barclay Goodrow Youth jersey after slapping Simmons on the backside of his head, and that got the crowd howling early in the third. Simmons kept his cool — the rookie is rarely rattled — and made the Heat pay. JJ Redick sank the free throw off the technical, and Simmons kicked the ball out to Robert Covington on the possession for a 3 and a 54-48 lead. Redick followed with his third 3, and Philly was litty again.
Redick, who scored 27, sank the dagger late in the fourth that got the party started. Coach Brett Brown was showered with water and sports drinks in the locker room.
We’ve got more to do. We’ve got more to give, Brown said.