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The Eagles capitalized on the desperation of the Vikings

While he may lose a few minutes once Cody Zeller returns to the court, Kaminsky should remain a key part of the Hornets’ rotation, given his rare ability to stretch the floor — he’s making 42.1 percent of his 3-point attempts and averaging nearly 17 points over his past four games.

Quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo has been dealt to 0-8 San Francisco, sending huge reverberations for a number of players and teams across the league.

The Eagles capitalized on the desperation of the Vikings, who had just lost starter Teddy Bridgewater to a catastrophic knee injury, to replenish their own coffers. Four months earlier, they had moved up in the 2016 draft to select quarterback Carson Wentz. (The ensuing Bradford trade technically occurred during the preseason, but the official ruling body of ESPN lists has approved its inclusion here.) The Vikings acquired Bradford knowing they might need him for 2017, as well.

Oakland got a monster game from Cooper in Week 7 after six (mostly) bad games. It was more because of the favorable matchup against the Chiefs’ non-Peters defensive backs than Cooper suddenly emerging as a dominant wideout. After a slow start for the Giants, JPP got his groove back as a freakish edge rusher with his dominant game at Denver in Week 6.

Ultimately, where the Golden Knights fit in the healing process isn’t really up to them. Their games might comfort some, inspire others, or maybe even feel trivial. “It can be two-fold,” says Wild forward Jason Zucker, the NHL’s lone Las Vegas native. “It absolutely can be a fun thing for [survivors] to go, but unfortunately they already were at a fun venue, having a great time before, and it was disastrous.” Regardless, the team is part of Las Vegas now.canadiens_473_6ece48ddc0679b0c-180x180

Kelvin Benjamin traded to the Bills

In a move that we didn’t see coming, the Panthers have traded away Kelvin Benjamin. Benjamin is headed to the Buffalo Bills, the team announced Tuesday. The Panthers get a third-round pick and a seventh-round pick out of the deal, ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports.

Benjamin is the team’s leading receiver with 475 yards and two touchdowns on 32 catches with the Panthers this season.

What does this mean for the Bills? The Bills are 5-2, and Benjamin should help Tyrod Taylor keep that momentum going.

Tight end Charles Clay and running back LeSean McCoy both have more targets and receiving yards than any of the receivers currently on Buffalo’s roster. The Bills traded Sammy Watkins to the Rams before the season and brought in Jordan Matthews from the Eagles, but Matthews hasn’t looked like a No. 1 receiver. Matthews has just 193 yards and a touchdown this year.

Benjamin gives Taylor a big, physical target — and one who can help the Bills keep winning.

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Luck had what the Colts believed was a mild setback more than two weeks ago, when he experienced soreness in his throwing shoulder after he was cleared to practice. He received a cortisone injection for the pain at that time and proceeded to have a good week of rehab, only to experience another setback, which the team does not believe is serious, a source said.

Nevertheless, Luck’s recovery from surgery to repair a torn labrum on Jan. 15 is clearly an unforeseen development and the quarterback finally decided to seek additional opinions. One of those visits to a specialist is scheduled for Monday, the source added.blues-020

Saints RB Ingram: Game was close because ‘I sucked’

Mark Ingram was blunt when assessing his play Sunday: “I sucked.”

The New Orleans Saints running back used a variation of “sucked” 18 times to describe his performance in the 20-12 victory over the Chicago Bears, per beat reporters. The running back also threw in the adjectives “terrible” and “wack” for good measure.

“I sucked. I sucked. That’s the bottom line: I sucked. Two possessions we’re about to ice the game, and I sucked,” Ingram added. “Let the ball go, hurt my team, hurt my coaches. That’s the thing about a family, that’s the thing about a team: They lift you up, they had my back, and we were able to get the W. But I was wack, I sucked, and I’ll be better.”

The fumbles were bad — the second nearly inexcusable — but Ingram hardly “sucked.” The running back blasted for 75 yards on 18 carries, including a touchdown, and added 24 receiving yards on six receptions. Without Ingram, there would have been no double-digit lead to almost fumble away.

According to the report, the players held a meeting of their own Saturday in Seattle to determine how to handle Sunday’s game and decided they could all kneel or raise their fists together. The players also discussed peeling the Texans decal off their helmet.

Texans offensive tackle Duane Brown told ESPN’s Josina Anderson Sunday morning that he anticipates “65-70 percent” of his teammates will take a knee but won’t remove their helmet decals.

McNair came under fire for his remark at the NFL owners meeting last week while discussing the ongoing national anthem protests. He used a figure of speech for an analogy saying, “We can’t have the inmates running the prison.”
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NFL protests 2017: What’s happening during Week 8?

A week after the NFL held meetings between owners and players to discuss protests during the national anthem, comments made by Houston Texans owner Bob McNair reignited the controversy yet again.

But other protests may be on the way too. Texans players weren’t the only ones insulted by McNair’s words and many players — including Eagles safety Malcolm Jenkins and 49ers linebacker Eric Reid — have consistently protested dating back to the 2016 season.

The players’ decision to kneel comes two days after Texans owner Bob McNair apologized for a remark he made at the Fall League Meeting earlier this month. In a story published by ESPN on Friday, McNair was quoted as telling fellow owners and NFL executives that “we can’t have the inmates running the prison,” when talking about the impact of players not standing during the national anthem was having on league business concerns.

McNair publicly apologized on Friday and Saturday.

“As I said yesterday, I was not referring to our players when I made a very regretful comment during the owners meetings last week,” McNair said in a statement released Saturday. “I was referring to the relationship between the league office and team owners and how they have been making significant strategic decisions affecting our league without adequate input from ownership over the past few years.”

Texans players considered not practicing Friday after learning of McNair’s comment until meeting with coach Bill O’Brien, GM Rick Smith and assistant head coach Romeo Crennel, a source present told NFL Network’s James Palmer. The meeting went 90 minutes and players were free to speak their minds. All decided to stay for practice, minus DeAndre Hopkins.

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His hands measure a whopping 10 1/8 inches, and they’re cotton-soft.

“He can go get the high ball, but what’s even more impressive is how he can go get the low ball,” Schleusner said. “Balls behind him, or thrown at his feet, he suctions everything in. You talk about a catch radius, he’s got a huge one.”

Another test Goedert excels in is the 20-yard short shuttle drill, known as the 5-10-5, in which prospects run 5 yards, stop and run 10 in the opposite direction, then reverse again for 5 more yards. It measures change-of-direction, agility, and quickness, and it’s among the drills Goedert will test in at the NFL Scouting Combine in February.

Goedert gave brief consideration to leaving SDSU last year and entering the draft, and interest from agents came as a shock to the family. The agents ultimately advised Goedert that the strength and depth of the 2017 tight end class — five of the first 45 selections were tight ends, including three of the first 23 picks — made it wise for him to stay in school for a fifth year. He listened. As such, he’s now on track to graduate in December with a degree in operations management.

A couple years ago he returned to Britton-Hecla High and gave a speech at the annual sports banquet. He implored the Braves athletes to put more effort into their training than he did. Two weeks ago, sitting in the SDSU players’ lounge with “The Price Is Right” providing background noise, he stared right through Drew Carey as he acknowledged it again.

“As a kid, you always had an excuse,” he said. “I played around with weights sometimes just to see what I could do, but I never was on a program.”

Goedert decided on football over basketball just before his senior year, but being the best athlete in the area had drawn just one scholarship offer — to Northern State, a Division II school close to home — and Goedert had ambitions to play on a higher level, even if it meant walking on.
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The good offensive teams will start to put up more points.

I love what the Eagles (6-1) are doing. They were amazing on Monday night. Carson Wentz is an absolute stud and the hero Philadelphia deserves. Zach Ertz hasn’t quite been passed the torch from Rob Gronkowski, but he’s currently running the route and he’s open (like always). I love all of this. So please, Eagles fans, know that I love you. Know that if some dude was walking through a grocery store in an old-school No. 15 Eagles jersey, I would know it was an homage to Steve Van Buren. The pride of Honduras.

Take the Pittsburgh Steelers. We haven’t seen the best of that group yet. It’s the same for the Atlanta Falcons.
Last week was a tough week to pick games for everybody. With six teams on a bye this week, there are fewer games to mess up. I, for one, like that.

Joke was anything but during his epic run up to the finals. And then you have my guy Dubby and Tweez, who was sort of a Cinderella story. But I don’t want to make it seem like he wasn’t a great competitor. He took Skimbo to the limit (and overtime) but was ultimately felled by a coin toss.

Great tournament, which was held in the “classic” form, with the competitors on the couch next to each other instead of in isolation like it’s some 1980s game show. They had to play like we (or at least I) grew up playing. I might not have been the best game-planner or strategist. But I had a way to get into their minds, like a Madden version of Paul Heyman. When you get your opponent to play you, and not the fake Seahawks on the screen, you’ve already won.

It’s worth noting, however, that Newton did field questions for several minutes before ending the press conference, so we probably shouldn’t turn this into a giant controversy.
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Jay Cutler’s injury might be the best thing that’s happened to the Dolphins offense all season.

For now, Goedert’s squarely on the Senior Bowl’s radar, and is projected in a seniorbowl.com profile to contribute immediately as a TE2 with potential as a starter. Goedert, in turn, is ready to pounce on an invitation.

“I think the Senior Bowl would be a great opportunity to show what I can do against higher competition,” said Goedert, who is coming off a huge performance against Missouri State (8 catches, 170 yards, 1 TD). “That’s the question mark on me. And I can answer it.”

Like it or not, Jay Cutler’s injury might be the best thing that’s happened to the Dolphins offense all season. He had only eclipsed 200 passing yards twice and left the game with a six-week interception streak. Ugh. Anyway, Matt Moore will take over under center for the time being, and in the eight games that Matt Moore has quarterbacked in Landry’s career, the Miami receiver averages more yards and touchdowns per game (72/0.75) than without Moore (61.7/0.22).

“I lined up for the first time at 205 pounds against our starting D-end, working blocking drills with him. I didn’t have my chinstrap buckled, I didn’t have my mouth guard in, and he told me, ‘You might want to buckle up and put that in,’ ” Goedert said. “We were just in helmets and shoulder pads. No (football) pants on, just shells. In high school, if we were in shells, we weren’t hitting. In high school, half the time we didn’t have enough players, so we’d be going against our coaches holding bags.”

The rep outcome was predictable: “I got thrown like a rag doll,” Goedert said.

While Goedert’s background in football has its rough edges, he’s also escaped a lot of the trappings that can saddle high-profile college players.

He was a highly competitive swimmer from age 4. When he was 6, he emerged from the water at one meet and was told by his coach and aunt, Dianne Yelkin, that he’d broken a record. Dallas began sobbing, as if he’d instead broken a window.
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