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When word first emerged of a potential three-game suspension for Buccaneers quarterback Jameis Winston coupled with a report that Winston likely won’t appeal, it felt like the result of a negotiated compromise. And if it was indeed the product of plea bargain versus the usual unrelenting iron fist of NFL justice, the deal possibly extended to the manner in which the suspension would be communicated.

Last August, Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott received a six-page letter chronicling his alleged misdeeds, and it was quickly made available to the media. As part of the league’s P.R. blitz, one of the members of the league’s external expert advisory panel was made available on a conference call to discuss the allegations and the investigation.

Two years ago, he was a prize free agent addition, signing a five-year, $32.5 million contract.

But he didn’t play at all his first season in Tampa because of back problems, and was recovering from a leg injury suffered near the end of last season

The 29-year-old was scheduled to make $6.5 million this season.

In Brown’s case, the league defended the lack of transparency in reducing the suspension by pointing to the privacy rights of the victim. In Winston’s case, there should be no similar concern. The victim made a report to her employer and then, inspired by the #MeToo movement, she told her story to the media. If the NFL believes that the conduct generally requires a six-game suspension but that mitigating factors require it to be cut in half, the league shouldn’t keep it secret.

Assuming this is worse, and because Tanaka is dealing with issues to both hamstrings, it would be hard to imagine him not being shut down at least for a week or so. After all, minor hamstring injuries can and often do turn into something far more serious, and with pitchers, they can lead to changes in mechanics to prevent pain… and then an arm injury.

Once the postseason is out of reach, Cleveland’s coaching staff can work Mayfield into the lineup, much like the Los Angeles Rams did with Jared Goff two seasons ago.

Austin withdrew his name from consideration for the Detroit Lions job that went to Matt Patricia after agreeing to become the new defensive coordinator for the Cincinnati Bengals. That Motown miss may have put Austin in prime position to become a head coach soon enough.

It’s an understatement to say Marvin Lewis is on shaky ground in Cincinnati. The Bengals like to promote from within whenever possible, and the 53-year-old Austin is one of the more respected defensive coordinators in the league.

If the Bengals struggle again and Lewis gets canned, Austin is set up well to succeed him.

To be fair, Dan Campbell has already been an NFL head coach—sort of.

It wasn’t a big deal, my eye was swollen, but I didn’t want to play in the infield anymore. I got scared of the ball, and it was tough for me to play in the infield in high school. In 10th grade, a scout told me I could be drafted for a bit more money if I played in the infield, so they turned me into an infielder, and I started to play third base and shortstop. I stayed as a shortstop because of the scouts and the advice they gave me, but it wasn’t my choice.

Tanaka’s start Friday night was his best of the season, as he allowed a leadoff homer to Brandon Nimmo and then no hits the rest of his work night in a one-run, five-inning outing in which he struck out eight and walked one.

He was great, Boone said. After the leadoff homer, he was dialed in. I thought his splitter was really, really strong. He was cruising. We had no plans to remove him. I thought he had potentially a couple of more innings in him. As far as throwing the baseball, it was really encouraging for Masa.

But now he’s hurt, and if the Yankees aren’t careful, this could turn into more serious.

D.C. Yankees right-hander Sonny Gray warned teammates to expect the worst during his at-bats in Monday night’s road interleague game at Nationals Park.

Turned out his plate appearances actually were pretty good.

Told he lost a double there during his post-game interview, Gray smiled and responded, Triple!

Gray was trying to bunt a runner into scoring position when he was up again in the fifth after Austin Romine hit a leadoff single. He got a bunt down that probably would have been good enough to advance most Yankees, but the slow-running Romine was thrown out at second and Gray wound up on first base with a fielder’s choice.

Next up was Hicks, who blasted a two-run homer to right that turned a 2-1 Yankees deficit into a 3-2 lead.

That’s when Gray provided some comedy by running the bases so slow that Hicks had to ease up on his home run trot to avoid passing him.

I almost caught him, Hicks said. And he messed up our handshake at home. I came in for the forearm thing and he wanted to do two hands. I said, ‘We’ve got to figure that out, brother!’

Haley, of course, has had the privilege of working with some of the game’s best quarterbacks. In Pittsburgh, he worked with Big Ben (and backups that included Charlie Batch, Byron Leftwich, Michael Vick, and Landry Jones ). In Kansas City, his quarterback were… OK, so Kansas City didn’t have any good quarterbacks unless you fancy Matt Cassel and Tyler Palko.

But in Arizona, he did coach Kurt Warner (and backup Matt Leinart). Obviously, Roethlisberger and Warner are the two best quarterbacks that Haley has worked with as an offensive coordinator and head coach. But what Haley seems to be saying is that the Browns have the most complete quarterback room top to bottom. And he’s not totally wrong. Those Roethlisberger and Warner-led quarterback rooms were better at the top end, but those rooms also lacked competent backups. The presence of Mayfield, the No. 1 overall pick who will eventually become the team’s franchise quarterback, gives the Browns an added dimension behind a capable, proven starter in Taylor.

Plus, as Haley went on to mention, his quarterbacks have the ability to create plays with their legs in addition to their arms. It’s worth noting that it’s impossible to read Haley’s quote without remembering the state of his relationship with Roethlisberger.

The Athletics have agreed to terms with their 2018 first-round draft pick, outfielder Kyler Murray, who also plays quarterback at Oklahoma, the MLB team announced Friday.

Murray’s contract included a roughly $4.6 million signing bonus, the San Francisco Chronicle reported, and will allow him to play football this fall at Oklahoma.

It is not uncommon for players to play both college football and professional baseball at the same time. The seasons are during different times of the year and several men have done it in the past.

Even NFL players have done it. Russell Wilson played in the minors for the Rangers while starting at quarterback for the Seahawks.

Magee spent part of last season with the Falcons, playing in two games. He was also on their practice squad last year.

He has also spent time with the Ravens, Rams, Seahawks, and Browns.

In 2015, Kramer survived a self-inflicted gunshot wound after buying a SIG Sauer 9mm weeks earlier. The bullet traveled through his chin, tongue, sinus cavities and exited from the top of his head. He spent nine months in recovery and had a cranioplasty to fix a chunk of his skull. He also received brain rehab at two clinics after being released from the hospital.

Kramer told the Detroit Free Press in 2016 that he doesn’t believe his depression is linked to football, saying he was not diagnosed with concussions during his career. At the time, Kramer said he believed he had been clinically depressed since his early playing days and treated himself with antidepressants sporadically after retiring following a forgettable 1999 season in San Diego.

The Bills have tinkered with Josh Allen as a starter, but they’re not ready to commit to the project yet.

Via Joe Buscaglia of WKBW, Bills coach Sean McDermott said Thursday that the first-rounder would open training camp as the third-string quarterback.

The Bills will continue to alternate A.J. McCarron and Nathan Peterman with the first team, and make Allen earn his reps.

Allen got a few reps with the first team in minicamp, and left those players with a positive impression.

But the Bills will enter camp with questions in the middle of their line and a middling set of pass-catchers, so the prudent play might be to let Allen sit until he has a better chance to succeed.

Of the 500 women who auditioned, Wilkins was one of just 43 chosen for the two-month training camp. (In the end, some 36 ladies — ­including performers from the previous year — make the squad.)

The Edmonton Eskimos added Owens to their negotiation list, according to TSN.

That doesn’t mean Owens is heading to the CFL by any stretch of the imagination, but it does mean that Edmonton could talk to him and see if there’s any interest. Given how long Owens has been talking about wanting to keep playing, maybe he’d consider it.

Owens hasn’t played in an NFL game since 2010 with the Bengals. He briefly played for the Allen Wranglers of the Indoor Football League in 2012.

Rehearsals would last between three and six hours. And there is no showing up in a ponytail and sweatpants; cheerleaders are required to come camera-ready, with styled hair and full makeup.

For practices, Wilkins said she was paid $8 an hour. For appearances, she was allegedly paid a flat fee of $100 her first year, $200 her second and $300 her third (pay increases are capped at $500). She says show-group appearances were capped at $250, no matter a member’s tenure.

The Cowboys organization had no comment for this story.

Yankees catcher Gary Sanchez had a look on his face that was one part bewildered and one part annoyed as he stared down pitcher Luis Severino for a couple seconds after the first out of the Tampa Bay Rays’ fifth Saturday afternoon at Yankee Stadium.

He’d never had a pitcher charge in from the mound and steal a popup from him in front of the plate, let alone do so with a last-second leaping grab.

I looked at him and I was like, ‘This is actually happening! Beef said. I said to him, ‘I’m sorry, I can’t help but laugh at that. It’s the funniest thing I’ve ever seen.

And this is where the story takes the wrong turn for Mickelson. Because that’s what it was a ridiculous, understandably human moment for one of the era’s greatest golfers.

I tried to hit it as close as I could on the next one, and you take the two shots and move on, he said. (I tried) to take advantage of the rules as best as you can. In that situation, I would gladly take the two shots over continuing that display.

The whole episode is just one more bizarre chapter in Mickelson’s tortured history with this event nothing quite as painful as the double bogey on the 72nd hole that cost him the 2006 U.S. Open at Winged Foot, but confirmation of what we already know.

If Mickelson’s outburst was a shot at the USGA, he wouldn’t be the first player to rip the conditions at Shinnecock: Bryson DeChambeau burst out earlier this week, calling Thursday’s round clown golf.

Either way, it’s a remarkable turnaround from Mickelson’s optimism from earlier in the week, when he was hoping to complete the career Grand Slam.

Mickelson eventually shot 11-over 81 on Saturday, which tied his worst score in a U.S. Open. He is 17 over for the championship.

Nobody knew his score on the hole. First, the USGA computers at it as an eight, then a nine, then finally a 10. Mickelson himself had no idea, according to multiple witnesses on the course, and the situation had become something of a running joke inside the ropes.

Based on what I’m hearing, there’s no reason to believe Rodgers won’t sign an extension this summer or that it won’t make him the highest-paid player in the league.

At this point, it’d be a shock if it didn’t get done.

One of my favorite things that happens during the offseason went slightly unnoticed this week: a Super Bowl guarantee. This one came from Chargers defensive end Melvin Ingram on Monday:

We [haven’t] been to the playoffs for a while. I think it’s going to be crazy. This Super Bowl we’re going to win; we’re ready. We’re grinding. We’re just going to keep grinding. We’re going to grind, grind, grind, grind, grind, grind, grind no matter what. That’s what our main objective goal is, to win a Super Bowl. Keep fighting. Keep playing. Keep grinding. No matter what. That’s the goal: We’ve got to bring a Super Bowl to the city.

But what I do understand is this: the glaring dichotomy of the league’s tremendous efforts to rehab someone who obstructed justice in a murder vs. the league’s treatment of Colin and Eric.

Two days after three-time All-Pro safety Earl Thomas announced via tweet that he does not intend to attend minicamp or any OTAs until his contract situation is resolved, Seahawks coach Pete Carroll responded with regret.

I’m just disappointed that he’s not here and all that, Carroll told NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero. But we’ll let it play itself out.

When asked if he expects Thomas to be a member of the Seahawks in 2018, Carroll told Pelissero, I’m hoping so. He’s under contract.

Thomas is under contract, but it’s an expiring contract that pays a base salary of $8.5 million.

In attempt to make more money or force a trade, Thomas will lose money because of this holdout. Players under contract who skip mandatory minicamp are subject to fines of $14,070 for the first day missed, $28,150 for the second day, and $42,215 for the third day totaling $84,435.

Carroll said during OTAs that he expected everybody to show up to Seattle’s mandatory minicamp. Thanks to Thomas, that was not the case Tuesday.

When news broke last month about the Supreme Court’s decision to allow states outside Nevada to legalize sports betting, many assumed the NFL would immediately become infatuated with finding a way to monetize that opportunity.

Jenkins and Long are among several players who voiced support for former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick, who in 2016 began kneeling during the national anthem to protest police brutality and racial inequality.

The NFL owners adopted a new anthem policy on May 23 that will allow for players who do not wish to stand for the anthem to remain in the tunnel. Teams can be fined if players do not stand and show respectduring the anthem. Trump also said players who chose not to stand shouldn’t be in the country.

A day later, the Yanks were informed that ESPN had decided to pick up their July 8 game, which forces them into a three-games-in-24-hours situation.

I feel like that’s too tough of a schedule for us, Robertson said. We deal with a lot of those (Sunday Night Baseball) games… but this time I would like to see it changed.

My biggest concern is player health. That’s a really tough schedule. We’ve had a tough schedule so far with a lot of rainouts and a lot of games that are made up later on.

Hopefully at some point (the July 8) game could be changed. That would probably be in our best benefit. We just have a lot of games going there in a quick amount of time.

A report by USA Today stated the Yankees are threatening not to do interviews with ESPN if their July 8 game stays a night game.

I don’t think we’ve gotten that far, Robertson said. We’ve had some internal discussions about what we could do potentially, but let’s hope it doesn’t get to that point. We’d like to see it get changed without any big ruckus getting started.

eagles_108Bringing in new offensive coordinator Norv Turner is obviously a big change for Panthers quarterback Cam Newton.

But things are changing for the Panthers wide receivers too under a new administration, which makes it just as well they have a mostly-new group of targets.

After trading for Torrey Smith and signing Jarius Wright, the Panthers used their first-rounder on Maryland wide receiver D.J. Moore. That influx of talent means that anything they get from holdovers like Curtis Samuel and Damiere Byrd will be a bonus, and a reminder of how different things are from last year, when the offense faltered for a lack of weapons.

I’ve been feeling good. I’ve been trying to do the best I can, Rodriguez said. My mentality right now is just thinking about to get more deep into games. Because as a starter you want to get more deep into a game than just 5 2/3 all the time.

The Orioles will counter with rookie David Hess, who has been one of the team’s few bright spots this season. Hess (2-2, 3.07 ERA) took a hard-luck loss in his previous outing against the Blue Jays when he allowed just one run and five hits with four strikeouts and two walks over six innings on Thursday.

Hess took the loss in his only career appearance against Boston on May 20. He was charged with five runs and eight hits over just 4 2/3 innings but has performed much better since that game.

I think that the confidence is definitely growing, Hess said. I think that with every start, I get a little bit smarter, I guess, about what I need to do to have success and how to go about my business on an everyday basis. So, yeah, I think there’s definitely progression with that and I’m excited that progression has come to where it is right now.

Baltimore shortstop Manny Machado was held out of the lineup in the opener because of an illness. His status for Tuesday is uncertain.

Patrick Robinson spied Drew Brees stepping up to throw deep down the middle, sprinted back toward his own end zone and made an outstretched interception of a ball that initially looked to be thrown beyond anyone’s reach.

Impressive, was how Saints coach Sean Payton described the play by Robinson, a cornerback who is one of several recent additions aimed at strengthening a club that nearly advanced to the NFC title game last season.

The onset of offseason practices this week has provided Payton and his staff a chance to begin forging roles for players such as Robinson, as well as fellow newcomers such as linebacker Demario Davis, safety Kurt Coleman, receiver Cameron Meredith and first-round draft choice Marcus Davenport.

I’m going to work, do everything I can to learn the playbook and just grind, Scott said. By the time preseason rolls around, I’ll be ready.

The Saints hope they’ve bolstered the passing game by adding receiver Cameron Meredith during free agency. Meredith led Chicago in receiving two seasons ago, but is coming back from a major knee injury that wiped out his 2017 season.

On defense, the Saints cannot yet be sure how well 2017 starting end Alex Okafor will come back from his torn Achilles.

In the meantime, Davenport is expected to get a lot of offseason work as the Saints try to refine his pass-rushing skills in time for the fall.

He’s a tremendous worker, Payton said. He’s coming along really well. There’s a strength element you feel.

The Saints expect the linebacker group to be strengthened by Davis, a former defensive leader with the New York Jets, as well as the return of second-year pro Alex Anzalone, who started four games as a rookie before the rest of his season was cut short by a shoulder injury.

Both can play multiple roles.

I’m down with whatever my coaches want me to do, Davis said. I’m here to win.