The Yankees acquired speedy minor league outfielder Eric Young Jr. from the Milwaukee Brewers for cash considerations Wednesday, capping a busy day for New York general manager Brian Cashman. The 31-year-old Young has played seven seasons in the majors and has 144 steals with Colorado, the Mets and
JuJu Smith-Schuster impresses many people, and Alabama head coach Nick Saban won't be left out of the party. "He's a fabulous player," Saban said Wednesday, describing USC's star wide receiver. "Not only does he play well as a receiver, he's physical ... he blocks."
As Roger Goodell heads into his second decade as NFL commissioner, the challenges won't diminish. It's guaranteed that the NFL Players Association will be confronting and disputing the commissioner on nearly every issue. DIGITAL FOCUS: Goodell always has been enamored of football's possibilities