Ken Blaze-USA TODAY Sports Myles Garrett was just the start of Cleveland’s big draft. Don’t be alarmed, but the Cleveland Browns may not have screwed up their 2017 NFL Draft. After possibly waffling on taking surefire pass rusher Myles Garrett
The long lay off between Golden State Warriors’ playoff games – eight days – provided an opportunity for fans to either relax or fret. In the Goldies’ front office, you can be sure that fretting dominated the seemingly interminable wait to determine the winner of the Jazz-Clippers series. The topics of Steve Kerr’s illness induced absence and how the team will cope with the layoff are top of mind. But next year’s roster construction surely was considered as well. As fans tune in to the second round series (and they hope two additional series) they may be seeing several players wrapping up their Warriors’ careers. Or not. It depends on the off season market and the front office’s priorities. Remember,
Anthony Rendon becomes just the 13th player in MLB history to record 10 runs batted in.