Ben Clarke

Ben loves sports so much but prefers watching other people do it. He prefers not to share what teams he's supporting but he is willing to admit that Lebron James is, in fact, the king.

Juventus Makes a Move for Liverpool’s Roberto Firmino

Roberto Firmino of Liverpool in 2019
Juventus is looking towards Premier League as the Seria A powerhouse tries to bolster their attack. According to several reports, Juve made an approach for Roberto Firmino and has already offered €23 million to Liverpool in order to get the Brazilian striker to Turin. It is believed Premier League club wouldn't be happy about letting Firmino go, but this is...

Blue Jackets Keep RFA Patrik Laine on a 4-Year, $34.8 Million Deal

Patrik Laine with the Jets in 2019
This offseason just keeps on getting better for the Columbus Blue Jackets. Less than two weeks after adding NHL's top free agent Johnny Gaudreau, the Blue Jackets also managed to hold on to their own star Patrik Laine. According to the Blue Jackets' official announcement, Laine, who was a restricted free agent, inked a four-year, $34.8 million contract. The extension,...

Browns Working Out QBs Josh Rosen and AJ McCarron

Josh Rosen with the Cardinals in 2018
The Cleveland Browns have Pro Bowler Deshaun Watson as their quarterback of the future, but that future most likely won't start in Week 1 of the 2022 season. With Watson expected to receive a lengthy suspension due to off-the-field issues, the Browns are looking into ways to expand their QB room. According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, the Browns brought in...

De Ligt Scores on Debut as Bayern Thrash D.C. United

Matthijs de Ligt of Netherlands in June 2022
Bundesliga champions Bayern Munich thumped MLS outfit D.C. United 6-2 during the first game of their pre-season tour of the United States. Netherlands international defender Matthijs de Ligt scored his debut goal for the club, along with Senegalese winger Sadio Mane. Marcel Sabitzer, Serge Gnabry, Joshua Zirkzee, and Thomas Müller rounded out the scoring for the German side. De Ligt's...

Ibaka to Remain With Bucks, Signs New Deal

Serge Ibaka in 2017
Serge Ibaka will remain with the Milwaukee Bucks after signing a new contract with the team. The details of the deal remain undisclosed. Averaging 7 points, 5.3 rebounds, and 17.8 minutes in 19 games last season, the veteran center has become a highly-regarded member of the squad. He joined the Bucks on the February 10 trade deadline as part...

Thunder Give Kenrich Williams a 4-Year, $27.2 Million Extension

Kenrich Williams with the TCU Horned Frogs in 2017
Former undrafted agent Kenrich Williams has parlayed his good performances in the past couple of seasons into a big payday from the Oklahoma City Thunder. According to ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski, Williams inked a four-year, $27.2 million extension with the Thunder earlier this week. Williams, who averaged 7.4 points and 4.5 rebounds last season, has one more year left on his...

Zlatan Ibrahimovic Staying With AC Milan for 2022-23

Zlatan Ibrahimovic with Galaxy in 2018.
AC Milan will keep Zlatan Ibrahimovic on board even though the Swedish striker will probably be out until early 2023. The Seria A champs revealed the news on Monday, announcing they have re-signed Ibrahimovic to a new one-year deal. According to the club's official statement, Ibra's new deal runs until June 30, 2023, and the 40-year-old player will continue to...

Knicks Reportedly Discouraged in Donovan Mitchell Pursuit After Jazz’s Big Ask

Donovan Mitchell during his time with Louisville in 2017
The New York Knicks have emerged as top contenders in the Donovan Mitchell sweepstakes as soon as the Utah Jazz made the All-Star guard available in trade talks. However, it appears that the Knicks aren't willing to "sell the house" to bring the New York state native to the Garden. A recent report from The Athletic's Tony Jones says that...

All-Pro OT Mitchell Schwartz Says He’s Done With Football

Mitchell Schwartz in 2017
All-Pro offensive tackle Mitchell Schwartz became the latest player in the past couple of weeks to announce his NFL retirement. Schwartz revealed that he's done with football via a statement posted on his social media. Schwartz didn't play at all in 2021 after having back surgery the year prior. While he noted that he's "feeling as good as I have...

Orlando Brown Jr. Rejects 6-Year Deal From the Chiefs

Orlando Brown with the Baltimore Ravens.
Pro Bowl left tackle Orlando Brown Jr. rejected the latest contract offer from the Kansas City Chiefs and will play the 2022 NFL season on a franchise tag. Reportedly, the Chiefs were willing to give Brown a six-year extension, but the two sides couldn't agree on the finances. ESPN's Adam Schefter reports that the Chiefs offered Brown a $139 million...

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