Harley A

Harley A
Harley loves music and tries to go to a music festival every summer. When he's not listening to music, he writes about movies, food and wine, art, and sport.

Tim Tebow Close to NFL Return, Will Play TE for the Jaguars

Tim Tebow
Former quarterback and recently retired baseball player Tim Tebow is looking to get another chance in the NFL. But it won't be under center this time. According to multiple reports, Tebow has agreed on a one-year deal in principle with the Jacksonville Jaguars and will play as a tight end. The move is expected to be official...

Nets F Kevin Durant Injured in Game Against Heat

Kevin Durant in 2016
In only his fifth game back in action after being sidelined for multiple games with a hamstring injury, Brooklyn Nets superstar forward Kevin Durant was sidelined yet again. This time, he suffered an injury on his left thigh, and this took place in the first quarter of Sunday's game against the Miami Heat.

Lakers Officially Confirm the Signing of All-Star Center Andre Drummond

Andre Drummond at Kenny 'The Jet' Smith's annual All-Star Bash, in 2018
The Los Angeles Lakers announced on Sunday that they've signed center Andre Drummond to a contract. Drummond, who is a two-time All-Star, will remain with the Lakers until the end of the 2020-21 season. Drummond spent the first part of the season with the Cleveland Cavaliers, who tried to trade him in recent weeks....

All-Star Lance McCullers Jr. and Astros Reach $85 Million Extension

Houston Astros starting pitcher Lance McCullers Jr. in 2018.
Houston Astros locked All-Star pitcher Lance McCullers Jr. to an extension and will avoid the risk of losing him to a free agency next offseason. MLB's Jon Heyman reported on Wednesday that Astros gave McCullers a new five-year contract worth $85 million. The deal, which comes with a $3.5 million signing bonus, will kick...

Ex-NL Batting Champion Dee Strange-Gordon Released by Reds

Veteran Dee Strange-Gordon, who has two All-Star appearances and an NL batting title from 2015, couldn't secure his place on the Cincinnati Reds' roster for the 2021 MLB season. Strange-Gordon was released by the Reds on Friday, with the organization confirming the move on social media. The 32-year-old star was one of the non-roster...

Clippers Open a Roster Spot by Trading Mfiondu Kabengele to Kings

Mfiondu Kabengele with Florida State in 2019
The LA Clippers got themselves an additional roster spot ahead of the NBA's trade deadline by sending 2019's first-round pick Mfiondu Kabengele to Sacramento Kings. The trade will see Clippers giving up Kabengele, a conditional second-rounder, and cash consideration while receiving a heavily-protected second-round selection from Sacramento. The team officially announced...

Dolphins Move on From OT Isaiah Wilson Just Days After Trading for Him

A Miami Dolphins Helmet,
The Miami Dolphins officially confirmed that the team decided to release offensive tackle Isaiah Wilson. The move comes just several days after the Dolphins acquired Wilson in a trade with Tennessee Titans. Wilson was the Titans' first-round pick in 2020 and was considered a long-term answer for the team on the right guard position....

Justin Simmons Inks a 4-Year, $61 Million Deal with Broncos

Justin Simmons (31) in 2018
Pro Bowl safety Justin Simmons extended his loyalty to the Denver Broncos by agreeing to a new long-term contract with the franchise. The Broncos still haven't made the official announcement, but Simmons already confirmed the news on social media. According to multiple reports, Simmons inked a four-year deal that keeps him...

Ex-Arsenal Left Back Kieran Gibbs Agrees to Join Inter Miami

Kieran Gibbs with West Brom
Multiple reports say that former Arsenal and England international left-back Kieran Gibbs has agreed to join Inter Miami. Gibbs will arrive in the summer once his current deal with West Bromwich Albion expires. Gibbs was pursued by multiple MLS teams in recent weeks, with the New York Red Bulls and DC United making the...

Ryan Fitzpatrick and Washington Football Team Agree to a 1-Year, $10 Million Contract

Ryan Fitzpatrick at training with Buccaneers in 2017
Ryan Fitzpatrick is bringing his "FitzMagic" to Washington for the 2021 NFL season. According to multiple reports, the veteran quarterback agreed to a one-year deal with the Washington Football Team. ESPN's Adam Schefter reports that Fitzpatrick will receive $10 million this season while being able to earn an additional $2 million through incentives. Schefter...


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