NFL

  • New England Patriots quarterback, Mac Jones is entering his 2nd year in the league and continues to earn great respect from teammates. Tight end Jonnu Smith said Monday on NFL Netwroks “Good Morning Football””Mac is definitely one of the most goofiest guys in the locker room, to be honest, man. But when he steps on that field, he’s a different character. He’s just got so much ability and so much dog in him. Once he flips that switch, he’s a whole different character. Some guys don’t know how to cut that on and cut that off when it’s time to do it. He’s so young. He’s poised. He’s got a little swagger to him, man. I’m glad he’s throwing us passes. That’s my guy.”

 

  • Veteran running backs, Adrian Peterson and Le’Veon Bell appear to be set for a boxing match. July 30th the men will exchange blows at Crypto.com Arena as part of YouTuber Austin McBroom’s Social Gloves event.

 

  • The 5th overall pick in the 2022 NFL Draft, Kayvon Thibodeaux is ready for his his debut season with the New York Giants after dealing with a minor hip injury this spring.  Thibodeaux said Monday on “NFL Total Access, “I’m fully healthy; I’m doing fine, I’m back training, and I’ll be ready to go for training camp.”

 

 

NBA

  • Kyrie Irving has made the decision to stay put for the upcoming season. He will stay with the Brooklyn Nets after choosing to opt into his $37 million player option.

 

  • Former No. 1 overall pick John Wall and the Houston Rockets have reached a buyout agreement, allowing the veteran guard to go into free agency. Wall recently exercised his $47.4-million player option for next season but will give back $6.5 million to become an unrestricted free agent. Wall is expected to sign with the Los Angeles Clippers once he clears waivers.

 

  • Malik Monk is open to staying with the Los Angeles Lakers for the upcoming season even if that means settling for less money. Monk said on Monday : “Money is always a part, man, but I don’t think it’s the biggest priority in my free agency this year. It’s me feeling like I’m having a home, and I can go out there and do the same things I did this year.”

 

 

MLB

  • Suspensions are being handed down as the result of the huge brawl that took place on Sunday between the Los Angeles Angels and the Seattle Mariners. 12 suspensions in total have been given.
ANGELS GAMES MARINERS GAMES
Phil Nevin 10 Jesse Winker 7
Anthony Rendon 5 J.P. Crawford 5
Dom Chiti 5 Julio Rodriguez 2
Andrew Wantz 3
Ryan Tepera 3
Raisel Iglesias 2
Ray Montgomery 2
Manny Del Campo 2
Bill Haselman 1
  • Chad Kuhl pitched his 1st major league complete game shut-out against the Los Angeles Dodgers on Monday. Kuhl threw a 3-hitter shutting out LA and the Colorado Rockies won 4-0.