What’s next for 2018’s rookie QBs: How Darnold, Mayfield, Allen could take off

What’s next for 2018’s rookie QBs: How Darnold, Mayfield, Allen could take off

NFL JERSEYS
It was one of the New York Jets' OTA days this spring -- they run together -- when new defensive coordinator Gregg Williams walked past new coach Adam Gase on the practice field and casually told him, "Throwing in an odd today." Gase's eyes got big, and he immediately looked for second-year quarterback Sam Darnold.wholesale cheap nfl jersey china "So I quickly get with Sam and I'm like, 'All right, hey, he's going to be bringing his odd-pressure package, which is everything looks the same, you don't know whether they're coming or dropping or what,''' Gase recalled last week. "So I have to teach him this stuff at a rapid pace and be constantly going over it with him, and it becomes real. It becomes a real game." As much…
Read More
O’Brien says he needs better communication skills

O’Brien says he needs better communication skills

NFL JERSEYS
In his first news conference since GM Brian Gaine was fired on Friday, Houston Texans head coach Bill O'Brien said it was a decision CEO Cal McNair made "after a thorough evaluation of the football operation." When asked when he realized it was not going to work out with Gaine, O'Brien said he didn't know until he was "informed by Cal what his decision was" after the evaluation process.wholesale jerseys cheap nfl For much of the news conference, O'Brien deferred to the statement McNair made on Friday, in which he said the team will begin an immediate search for a new GM and, "while the timing may be unusual, this decision was made in the best interest of our organization in our quest to build a championship team for the…
Read More
Source: Vinicius Jnr. not leaving Madrid on loan

Source: Vinicius Jnr. not leaving Madrid on loan

soccer jerseys
There is "zero chance" of Real Madrid loaning out Vinicius Junior for the 2019-20 campaign, and Spanish media reports of problems with manager Zinedine Zidane are untrue, a source close to the player has told ESPN FC. Vinicius' impressive debut season was one of few highlights for Madrid during a disappointing year as his performances saw him become a fan favourite at the Bernabeu.cheap nfl jerseys china nike However, the source told ESPN FC that this was not true and there was "zero chance" of Vinicius going on loan anywhere, as the agreed career progression plan was for him to remain at the Bernabeu and again be an important first team member next season. The idea that the youngster was upset with Zidane for not being brought straight back into…
Read More
Sources: Utd in talks with 3 clubs over Darmian

Sources: Utd in talks with 3 clubs over Darmian

soccer jerseys
Manchester United are in talks to sell Matteo Darmian, sources have told ESPN FC. Spanish side Valencia and two unnamed Italian clubs are leading the race to land the Italian defender, who has made it clear to United he wants to leave this summer.new nike nfl jerseys cheap The 29-year-old, signed for £12.7 million from Torino in 2015, made just six Premier League appearances last season, but was a surprise inclusion in Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's team to start the Manchester derby with City in April. Solskjaer already has right-backs Ashley Young and Diego Dalot in his squad and has also sanctioned a bid for Crystal Palace full-back Aaron Wan-Bissaka. The initial £35m offer for the 21-year-old was rejected but United are expected to return with a bid closer to Palace's…
Read More
Ortiz back in Boston, taken to local hospital

Ortiz back in Boston, taken to local hospital

MLB JERSEYS
A plane carrying David Ortiz landed in Boston on Monday night, a day after the Red Sox icon was shot at a club in his native Dominican Republic and underwent emergency surgery. Ortiz was then taken by ambulance, with a police escort, to Massachusetts General Hospital, where he will continue to receive medical attention. Ortiz was shot Sunday at a club in eastern Santo Domingo, a bustling nightlife district packed with dance clubs and bars. A team of surgeons, led by Dr. Abel Gonzalez, operated on Ortiz for six hours and repaired damage done by the bullet to both intestines and his liver. They also had to remove Ortiz's gallbladder to work on the liver, though the gallbladder itself was not damaged.nike nfl jerseys for cheap Gonzalez said during a…
Read More
‘Your eyes get big’: Why Kyle Hendricks is pitching up in the zone

‘Your eyes get big’: Why Kyle Hendricks is pitching up in the zone

MLB JERSEYS
It's a trend that is becoming more and more popular with pitchers, even the soft-tossing ones such as Chicago Cubs righty Kyle Hendricks. When he takes the mound against the St. Louis Cardinals on Sunday night, don't be surprised if you see his catcher coming out of his crouch on almost half the pitches he throws. Living upstairs in the strike zone -- or even higher -- is no longer just for the flamethrowers. The launch-angle era has changed strategies for many, including hurlers who average 87 mph on their fastball. "I've been doing it more lately," Hendricks said last week. "The way the game is going, the way guys are swinging, I feel like more of the holes are being presented up in the zone now." "More" might be…
Read More
Sources: Kenyon Martin Jr. to skip college, go pro

Sources: Kenyon Martin Jr. to skip college, go pro

NBA JERSEYS
Kenyon Martin Jr., son of former NBA forward Kenyon Martin, is skipping college to pursue professional basketball opportunities, sources confirmed to ESPN. 247Sports first reported the news.nike nfl jerseys cheap china Martin committed to Vanderbilt in early May and signed a national letter of intent on May 15. He was expected to arrive on campus this week, but he informed the Vanderbilt coaching staff earlier this week he instead planned on exploring professional options, sources told ESPN. Top-five recruit R.J. Hampton announced in late May that he was bypassing college and signed a professional contract with the New Zealand Breakers of the National Basketball League in Australia. Hampton's announcement to skip college influenced Martin's decision, sources told ESPN.china nike nfl jerseys cheap Martin, a three-star forward from Sierra Canyon School…
Read More
The Raptors aren’t afraid to ‘let it rip,’ and they’re not afraid of the defending champs

The Raptors aren’t afraid to ‘let it rip,’ and they’re not afraid of the defending champs

NBA JERSEYS
When the Golden State Warriors laid a crushing 18-0 run on the Toronto Raptors in Game 2 of the NBA Finals, their leader, Stephen Curry, declared it one of those moments when "our DNA shows up.'' It's a daunting thing, that championship DNA. If you're not careful, you can suffocate under the weight of the possibility of that dominance. Many playoff opponents have fallen victim to a franchise loaded with stars who, when they are rolling, seem invincible.cheap nfl jerseys china nike Yet one thing was abundantly clear Wednesday at Oracle Arena: Toronto had no intention of wilting under the pressure of the championship pedigree of its undermanned opponent. When the Warriors charged, the Raptors fended off their run with clutch shooting. During stretches when the Raptors faltered offensively, they…
Read More
Steelers’ Mason Rudolph making most of first-team reps

Steelers’ Mason Rudolph making most of first-team reps

NFL JERSEYS
Quarterback Mason Rudolph might not play extended snaps for a few years, but the Pittsburgh Steelers are expediting the learning curve, and Rudolph is responding. Rudolph, a 2018 third-round pick competing with Josh Dobbs for the No. 2 quarterback job behind Ben Roethlisberger, said after OTAs that he's getting "a lot" more first-team reps in practices than a year ago. The Steelers like to rotate quarterbacks in efforts to get Roethlisberger -- who signed a three-year, $85-million extension in April -- more rest. "(Offensive coordinator) Randy (Fichtner) feels more comfortable with me and my knowledge," Rudolph said. "I'm going to go in there and run the play and execute."nike cheap nfl jerseys Rudolph looks more comfortable and in command in year two. Despite a few forced throws, Rudolph has maintained…
Read More
Jets’ new GM Joe Douglas: Solid hire, but it guarantees nothing

Jets’ new GM Joe Douglas: Solid hire, but it guarantees nothing

NFL JERSEYS
The first time anyone noticed Joe Douglas in the NFL was the summer of 2001, when he played a bit role in the debut of HBO's "Hard Knocks" series. A low-level personnel assistant for the Baltimore Ravens, Douglas was "The Turk" -- the league's version of the Grim Reaper. A camera followed him on cut-down day as he walked the halls of the Ravens' facility, breaking the bad news to players. He was only 25, and he looked it. He wore a blue baseball cap, khaki shorts and a blue T-shirt with "Sloppy Joe's" on the back. For what it's worth, he didn't seem to relish the assignment. Douglas has gone from the most thankless job in the NFL to one of the toughest -- general manager of the New…
Read More