Matt Harvey grew up loving the Yankees and he might have a chance to put on pinstripes sooner than anyone imagined.
Don’t bet on it, a source with knowledge of the team’s personnel decisions told NJ Advance Media on Friday afternoon.
Philbin is at the front of a brand-new offensive staff, but it’s like his old one, with James Campen helping with the running game and offensive line and Jim Hostler overseeing the passing game and wide receivers. New quarterbacks coach Frank Cignetti Jr. is the only true element of unfamiliarity for Rodgers.
We already knew this was happening, but Jason Witten is retiring from the NFL and heading to ESPN to join the Monday Night Football broadcast. The Cowboys tight end has informed owner Jerry Jones that he is calling it a career, according to a report from ESPN.
With the 2018 NFL Draft about to unfold last week, we learned that Witten would be retiring or was at least planning to retire. The Cowboys actually tried to bring him back, attempting to convince Witten to return as Dak Prescott’s safety blanket.
And through his pit stop in the minor league, Martin learned the importance of friendship. Former NHL teammates Scott Gomez and Jamie Langenbrunner checked in on him multiple times to see how he was doing. Martin also established relationships with players on the Barracuda.
“It’s been a tough year, and at my age, a big learning experience,” he says. “But you take it all in, you make some new friends, you try to ride it wherever it goes.”
With one year remaining on his contract, Martin isn’t ready to make declarations just yet. He’d like to play it out — whether it’s in San Jose or elsewhere — and he’s leaving the option open to playing after that. Because if he’s learned anything in his career, it’s that nothing is a guarantee.
“You know, oh, where is James [Harden] and DeMarcus [Cousins] at,” Lawson said of his mentality in his post-Denver NBA stops.
But Lawson rediscovered his offense in the CBA. He scored 55 points in the final game of the regular season. In the CBA semifinals, Lawson had 32 points, 7 rebounds, 7 assists and the winning 3-pointer in Game 4 against Guangsha.