The Ravens averaged under 23 rush attempts per game last season and finished 28th in the NFL in rushing yards as a team. Some might claim that the lack of dedication to the run game is why Baltimore won’t draft a running back in the first round. However, many around the league believe Ezekiel Elliott would have been the Ravens’ selection with the No. 6 overall pick in last year’s first round if the Ohio State Buckeyes running back wasn’t plucked two picks earlier by Dallas. Although Cook isn’t quite the workhorse that Elliott is, the former Florida State Seminoles star is just as dangerous with the ball in his hands and capable of making an immediate impact. With complementary options already
Sammy Sosa is open to a return to the Cubs, but the organization isn’t feeling it. The Chicago Cubs’ World Series run saw a number of franchise icons return to the limelight. Slugging outfielder Sammy Sosa has not returned to Wrigley Field after the two sides experienced a nasty divorce following the 2004 season.
Yahoo Sports' Jay Busbee and Nick Bromberg look ahead to the upcoming race to the Monster Cup Series title, including how a new scoring system will affect strategy and the title chances of Jimmie Johnson and Dale Earnhardt, Jr.