The Seattle Seahawks have been interesting under head coach Pete Carroll. Carroll is known for letting guys be who they are, and some of his players, well, they’ve taken advantage of that approach. Defensive end Michael Bennett has gotten into a couple of scraps in training camp, and earlier this week, it was Doug Baldwin and Richard Sherman’s turn.
San Francisco lefty Matt Moore lost his no-hit bid with two outs in the ninth inning on a soft, clean single by Corey Seager, and the Giants beat the Los Angeles Dodgers 4-0. Moore's try ended on his 133rd and final pitch - he missed most of the last two seasons after Tommy John surgery. Giants center fielder Denard Span sprinted for two outstanding catches, including a leadoff grab in the ninth, to give Moore a chance.
Calling a player in the National Football League a liability can mean several different things. With the 2016 NFL regular season quickly approaching, we have put together a list of five notable players who have become liabilities to their current teams. Joe Flacco may have led the Ravens to a Super Bowl title following the 2012 season, but in the years since, the former Delaware quarterback has turned into a major liability for the only team he has played with during his eight-year NFL career.