With all the rumors swirling around the potential hire of Kyle Shanahan in San Francisco, and the ties Redskins General Manager Scot McCloughan has to that organization, it wouldn't be too far out of the realm of possibilities to see Cousins in a 49ers uniform in 2017. Sure it would make sense for Kyle Shanahan to want "his guy" there running his offense, and by all accounts, Kirk Cousins was "his guy" during his time in DC. It's pretty clear the future quarterback of the 49ers is not on the current roster, and even though the team holds the second overall pick in the 2017 NFL Draft, the quarterback class is very weak this year, and there really isn't a candidate worthy of that pick. So if the
Jimmy Vesey went from rookie darling of the Rangers to fourth-liner real fast. It is easy to see the grind of his first NHL season is wearing him down, and the Harvard graduate is not shy to admit it. “Sometimes, I think in my first year, some games I have been a little tired or fatigued,” Vesey said after Saturday’s practice in Westchester before the team left for Detroit, where they will take on the Red Wings on Sunday afternoon. Vesey, 23, was benched for the entire third period in the team’s wild 7-6 loss to the Stars on Tuesday, then got just 11:32 of total ice time in the 5-2 win at Toronto on Thursday, a victory that broke a three-game losing streak and helped settle down goalie Henrik Lundqvist back into some semblance of normalcy.
Antonio Conte and the Blues welcome back Diego Costa as they look to increase their Premier League lead to nine points.