Daily Archives: March 4, 2024

Giants officially release Mark Glowinski

[ad_1] The Giants made veteran offensive guard Mark Glowinski’s release official Monday. The move will save the team $5.7 million on its salary cap. He was scheduled to count $7.2 million against the cap this season. It puts them in the market for a right guard after they used Glowinski, Marcus McKethan and Justin Pugh there last season. Glowinski, 31, …

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New Jersey Devils fire Lindy Ruff, promote Travis Green

[ad_1] The New Jersey Devils, struggling to contend in a clogged Eastern Conference a season after winning a playoff round last season, fired coach Lindy Ruff Monday, the team announced. Travis Green, an assistant for Ruff and the former coach of the Vancouver Canucks, was named the club’s interim coach. The announcement was made by Devils general manager Tom Fitzgerald, …

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Report: Patriots plan to pursue Tyron Smith in free agency

[ad_1] With veteran left tackle Tyron Smith preparing to leave Dallas in free agency, New England is a potential next stop. The Patriots are expected to pursue Smith when free agency opens next week, according to MassLive.com. New England needs a left tackle. Trent Brown’s contract voided and he will almost certainly go elsewhere this offseason, after a season in …

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Lee Marks joins Memphis football as new running backs coach

[ad_1] Memphis football a new running backs coach: Lee Marks. Marks had been the running backs coach at Washington. He will replace Sean Dawkins, who left to become running backs coach at Cincinnati. Marks was previously the running backs coach at Fresno State and Boise State and also served as interim head coach for Fresno State in 2021. Coach Ryan …

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What Mike Evans’ new deal with Bucs means for Calvin Ridley, Jaguars

[ad_1] Ben Arthur AFC South Reporter Wide receiver Calvin Ridley was already in line to receive a massive contract this offseason, whether it came from returning to the Jaguars or signing elsewhere as a free agent. But now, he’s at the top of the market.  Star receiver Mike Evans agreed to terms on a two-year, $52 million extension Monday with …

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Jackson State football bolsters staff with five hirings, three promotions

[ad_1] After being promoted to head football coach at Jackson State University in December 2022, T.C. Taylor hired 10 on-field coaches and four analysts. One offseason later, Taylor has made another overhaul to the Tigers staff. The Tigers lost four assistant coaches in the offseason after going 7-4 during Taylor’s first season. On Friday, he announced the hiring of five …

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Russell Wilson’s best team fits now that Broncos are moving on

[ad_1] The Denver Broncos are officially moving on from Russell Wilson. Head coach Sean Payton and general manager George Paton announced on Monday that they intend to release Wilson at the start of the new league year on March 13. Parting with Wilson will result in an $85 million cap hit that could be split across two seasons depending on …

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The good, the bad, and downright ugly of the 14-team CFP proposal

[ad_1] Subscribe to The College Football Enquirer This embedded content is not available in your region. Dan Wetzel, Ross Dellenger & SI’s Pat Forde kick off the podcast by dissecting, debating and destroying all aspects of the latest 14-team CFP proposal. Wetzel makes fun of the 3-3-2-2-1 pitch and why the automatic byes for the Big Ten and SEC are …

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