Sherrod Martin

#36S,
Height: 6' 1"
Weight: 200
Born:
College: Troy
Birth Place: Griffin, Georgia
Draft: 2009 2nd round (27th pick) by the
  • Ravens Nest: The Ravens are still looking for answers in free agency
    Baltimore Beatdown

    Ravens Nest: The Ravens are still looking for answers in free agency

    An interesting slate of Baltimore Ravens news... Given the state of offensive line play in the league, it’s surprising that Mangold remains a free agent. However, it's probably telling as well. He acknowledged earlier in the offseason that he was still recovering from an ankle injury. His asking price is said to be extremely high with the 33-year-old reportedly wanting to be paid like a top-10 center. That would mean a deal worth around $6 million a year. If that's the asking price, you can probably rule the Ravens out. Boykin joined Glenn Clark Radio Tuesday to talk about how things have gone so far in his transition to Baltimore after signing on June 5. Boykin is coming off a lost season with

  • This Week In Sports Law: FTC Slams FanDuel And DraftKings, Nate Diaz Sued, Justin Gilbert Suspended
    Forbes

    This Week In Sports Law: FTC Slams FanDuel And DraftKings, Nate Diaz Sued, Justin Gilbert Suspended

    FTC Blocks FanDuel And DraftKings Merger For Time Being On June 19, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) filed a heavily redacted Complaint against FanDuel and DraftKings based on the premise that the two companies executed a merger agreement that would create a near-monopoly in violation of federal laws. The main concern stated is that a closed merger would eliminate vigorous price and non-price competition, resulting in harm to consumers. “Users who want to play fantasy sports for prizes in short duration contests today overwhelmingly look to DraftKings and FanDuel,” states the Complaint. “Indeed, for users who want to play short-duration contests for large cash prizes, Respondents are essentially

  • 10 NFL players with most to prove in training camp
    Yardbarker

    10 NFL players with most to prove in training camp

    Before long, all 32 NFL teams will officially be reporting to training camp in preparation for the 2017 regular season. It will be the beginning of a quest for Super Bowl LII, and everyone should legitimately feel like they have a chance. That extends to the players — both rookies and veterans — who will be trying to earn a job or secure a starting position. It’s easy to point out highly-drafted rookies or fringe players who need to perform well in training camp, but what about players of prominence? Whether they’re coming off injury, switching positions, or just looking to rebound from a poor 2016 season, here are 10 players with the most to prove in training camp. 10. Sammy Watkins, WR, Buffalo