A look inside craziest prop bets in London, including NFL, politics and celebrities
Could the NFL really send the Chargers back to San Diego? It's something being discussed, according to longtime NFL reporter Don Banks. The former Sports Illustrated reporter, who has worked for NFL Media and currently writes for The Athletic, told a San Diego radio station on Thursday the NFL never wanted to lose San Diego as a market and could force Chargers owner Dean Spanos to take the team back.
Kendrick Perkins spent fewer than four months with the Cavaliers, including the 2015 playoffs. But nearly a year later after Cleveland let Perkins walk in free agency, LeBron James was still bemoaning Perkins’ absence. Are the Cavs righting a wrong?
MLB.com (16th; LW: 16th) Alyson Footer at MLB.com leaves the Orioles right where they were. I’m guessing a bunch of other teams must have had weeks as bad as Baltimore. Bleacher Report Power Rankings (15th; LW: 14th) Joel Reuter drops the Orioles just one spot. Seems generous to me. CBS Sports (19th; LW: 18th) Matt Synder drops the O’s another spot. “Now with seven players having at least 20 home runs, the Orioles have tied an all-time MLB record. Sadly, they won't be breaking the record, as Seth Smith would need to hit seven more homers to make that happen.” reddit’s Power Poll (18th; LW:17th) The community editors over at reddit lower the Orioles another slots. “As the O's limp to the finish