Reid J

I am a reality TV junkie. My dream since I was a kid was to be on Big Brother, but until then you can catch me binge-watching episodes each summer.

Ex-LAFC Carlos Vela in Talks With San Jose Earthquakes

Carlos Vela with LAFC in 2018
Former LAFC striker Carlos Vela is leaning towards staying in MLS. According to The Athletic’s Tom Bogert, Vela is currently in advanced talks with San Jose Earthquakes. Vela’s contract with LAFC expired at the end of the 2023 MLS campaign, and it was believed that the 2019 MLS MVP would return to their native Mexico. LAFC also showed interest in...

Orioles Sign Veterans Kolten Wong and Julio Teheran to Minor League Contracts

Kolten Wong with the St. Louis Cardinals in 2017
The Baltimore Orioles tapped into the free agency market earlier this week, signing second baseman Kolten Wong and right-hand pitcher Julio Teheran to minor league contracts. Wong and Teheran will get an opportunity to earn a spot on the active roster, being invited to Orioles spring training camp. Wong spent the 2023 season with the Seattle Mariners and Los Angeles Dodgers,...

Ex-Man City Star Sergio Aguero Says He Won’t Come Out of Retirement: “It’s Totally a Lie”

Sergio Aguero in 2018
Despite a flurry of reports that he’s considering a shocking return to professional soccer, former Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero is insisting that he will remain retired. Various media outlets reported that Aguero, who retired in 2021 due to a heart condition, is considering a comeback and will train with the Argentinean side Independiente. Aguero started his professional career with...

2023 WNBA MVP Breanna Stewart Returns to Liberty on a 1-Year Deal

New York Liberty's Breanna Stewart with USA in 2022
Breanna Stewart, the reigning WNBA MVP, will run it back with the New York Liberty. The franchise just announced that Stewart is returning for the 2024 WNBA season after inking a new one-year deal. Stewart was expected to stay in New York considering that general manager Jonathan Kolb said the team intends to place a core designation on her shortly...

Ex-Chiefs OC Eric Bieniemy Expected to Join UCLA in the Same Role

Eric Bieniemy with the Kansas City Chiefs in December 2022
Former Kansas City Chiefs and Washington Commanders offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy is returning to college. According to Adam Schefter of ESPN, Bieniemy accepted an associate head coach/offensive coordinator role with the UCLA Bruins. Bieniemy is a familiar face at UCLA, having previously served as the Bruins’ running backs coach between 2003 and 2005. He also had a couple of stints...

All-Star 1B Eric Hosmer Retires From MLB

Eric Hosmer with San Diego Padres in 2019
One-time All-Star first baseman Eric Hosmer has announced his retirement from professional baseball. Hosmer played 13 years in the MLB, suiting up for the Kansas City Royals, San Diego Padres, Boston Red Sox, and Chicago Cubs. Hosmer played 31 games with the Cubs in the 2023 season. He batted .234 with two homers and 14 RBIs. After the announcement, Hosmer was...

Marlins Reportedly Offering All-Star SS Tim Anderson a $2 Million Deal

Chicago White Sox Tim Anderson in 2021
All-Star shortstop Tim Anderson remains a free agent, but it’s not because of lack of offers. It’s probably because those offers are not particularly enticing.  MLB Network’s Jon Morosi recently reported that the Miami Marlins stepped in with an offer for Anderson and are willing to make him their primary shortstop. USA Today’s MLB Insider Bob Nightengale later discussed Anderson’s free...

Angels’ Anthony Rendon Says Baseball Has “Never Been a Top Priority” for Him

Anthony Rendon with Washington Nationals in 2019
For some baseball players, playing and competing is the most important thing in their lives. For Los Angeles Angels third baseman Anthony Rendon, it’s just a job. Speaking with reporters earlier this week, Rendon said that while he likes the game of baseball, it has never been a priority to him. “It’s never been a top priority for me,” Rendon said...

Vince Carter and Chauncey Billups Among Finalists for the Basketball Hall of Fame

Vince Carter at a Charity Golf Match in 2017
Eight-time All-Star Vince Carter and 2024 NBA Finals MVP Chauncey Billups are knocking on the doors of the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame. Carter and Billups were unveiled on Friday as finalists to be enshrined into the Hall of Fame as part of the 2024 class. They are joined by 12 other names, including Wisconsin’s head coach Bo Ryan and...

Bears Release Pro Bowlers Eddie Jackson and Cody Whitehair

Eddie Jackson with the Bears in 2019
The Chicago Bears parted ways with a pair of veterans in safety Eddie Jackson and guard Cody Whitehair as the franchise looks to rebuild its roster and return to contention. Jackson and Whitehair were among the longest-tenured players on the Bears rosters. By releasing them, the franchise saved $21.5 million against the salary cap for the next season. Jackson was drafted...

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