• Breaking down Patriots cap space, potential free agents
    New England Patriots
    Niners Nation

    Breaking down Patriots cap space, potential free agents

    I will be doing a series of articles that will be taking a methodical team by team approach to next year’s possible free agents. I will be starting with the team that has the least amount of salary cap space and ending with the team with the most. I will try to give a brief description of as many of the possible free agents as I can. I will also be looking for players that might be salary cap cuts in order for their teams to make room to sign some of these possible free agents. Any information anyone else can contribute on these players would be very much appreciated. The New England Patriots are projected to be $67,811,801 UNDER the cap (all salary info via Over The Cap) for 2017 with 39 players

  • ESPN drops commentator over Venus Williams 'gorilla' remark
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    AFP

    ESPN drops commentator over Venus Williams 'gorilla' remark

    US broadcaster ESPN has dropped commentator Doug Adler after he compared Venus Williams to a "gorilla" at the Australian Open -- although he insisted the word he used was "guerrilla". ESPN said Adler should have been more careful during his coverage of the seven-time Grand Slam-winner's win over Stefanie Voegele. "During an Australian Open stream on ESPN3, Doug Adler should have been more careful in his word selection," an ESPN statement said.

  • Now that Tim Raines in the Hall of the Fame, who should the Internet support next?
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    Big League Stew

    Now that Tim Raines in the Hall of the Fame, who should the Internet support next?

    It took 10 years, a great deal of debate and plenty of stumping on his behalf, but Tim Raines is headed to Cooperstown. The speedy outfielder and on-base machine finally topped the necessary 75 percent of the vote from the Baseball Writers Association of America, getting 86 percent on the 2017 ballot