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A Scout's Take on Who Might Be the Next GM for the Green Bay Packers

A couple of weeks ago, an article in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel by Michael Cohen speculated that Russ Ball, the vice president of football administration/player finance of the Green Bay Packers, could possibly be the next general manager of the team after… 815 more words

C's Alumni Update - Zeuch Developing On Schedule In Dunedin

T.J. Zeuch has struck out 42 batters and walked 14 over 53 innings with the Dunedin Blue Jays.

T.J. Zeuch is “right where he should be as far as where his development is”.   505 more words

Baseball

C's Alumni Update - Borucki "A Guy You Give The Ball To"

Ryan Borucki has struck out 56 batters in 46-2/3 innings with Dunedin in 2017, placing him in the Florida State League’s top five.

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Baseball

Ranking every NFL general manager, from worst to first

With the draft and free agency behind us, there’s no better time to check in on the landscape of general managers in the NFL. We’ve ranked them all based on draft picks, free agent signings and cap management. 2,381 more words

NFL

The Biggest Loser: Eddie Lacy & the Seattle Seahawks

Eddie Lacy weighed in at 253 pounds today, two below the limit the Seahawks set: now collects $55,000 for it.

— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) May 15, 2017…

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Saints looked silly because Schneider was toying with 49ers

Immediately after the first round of the draft, we all saw the story of Reuben Foster, former Alabama linebacker, saying he hung up on New Orleans Saints coach Sean Payton because the 49ers were calling to draft him instead. 629 more words

John Schneider

Boom! Seahawks make secondary primary focus

The Legion of Boom officially has been refreshed — thanks to an explosion of draft picks in Rounds 3-6.

As founding members Earl Thomas, Kam Chancellor and Richard Sherman approach the twilight of their Seattle careers and DeShawn Shead recovers from a major knee injury, one of the big goals of this draft was to add to the secondary. 807 more words

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