Evan Royster

Height: 6' 0"
Weight: 207
College: Penn State
Birth Place: Fairfax, Virginia
Draft: 2011 6th round (12th pick) by the
  • Cavs ‘Eastern Conference Champions’ Gear Goes On Sale After Game 4
    New England Sports Network

    Cavs ‘Eastern Conference Champions’ Gear Goes On Sale After Game 4

    The Cleveland Cavaliers most likely are going to reach the NBA Finals after taking a 3-1 series lead over the Boston Celtics in Game 4 of the Eastern Conference finals, but that doesn’t mean they can’t be victims of karma. If the Cavs blow their 3-1 lead — and the Cavs know a thing or two about teams blowing 3-1 leads — then they can thank Dick’s Sporting Goods. The retailer prematurely began advertising “Eastern Conference Champions” and “2017 NBA Finals” merchandise for the Cavaliers after they came back to beat Boston 112-99 on Tuesday. The page actually selling the items was taken off the Dick’s Sporting Goods website Wednesday, but Yahoo! Sports’ Ben Rohrbach provided a link to the Google

  • NBC Sports Bay Area

    Bills sign two former 49ers

    The Buffalo Bills have signed two 49ers free agents within the past two days. After signing wide receiver Rod Streater on Wednesday, the Bills announced the signing of linebacker Gerald Hodges on Thursday. The 49ers acquired Hodges in a 2015 trade with the Minnesota Vikings for center Nick Easton and a sixth-round draft pick.

  • McKay: Mercedes-Benz Stadium will definitely be ready
    The Falcoholic

    McKay: Mercedes-Benz Stadium will definitely be ready

    Maybe you’ve heard, the Atlanta Falcons are getting a shiny new stadium. It should be done by the time the season starts ... we think. Mercedes-Benz Stadium has already navigated its fair share of budget adjustments, delays, and construction-related shenanigans. So as the 2017 season quickly approaches, we’re getting nervous. For what it’s worth, President/CEO Rich McKay is confident it will get done. His interview on PFT Live will air tomorrow morning, and he’s apparently going to guarantee us it will be done in time for the preseason home opener. Falcons CEO and president Rich McKay tells PFT Live in an interview to be aired Thursday morning that the team’s new stadium will be ready to go for