By Shawn Dennis The start of the 2021 NBA Free Agency had lived up to expectations as people who follow transactions, trades, and signings knew that this was going to be a busy offseason. Although it hasn’t exactly come to a close yet, most of the big name free agents have come off the board and have signed to their desired locations. With that being said, let’s get right into it. Here are the three winners, three losers, and some
By Shawn Dennis This upcoming Monday, August 2nd, the NBA will transform once again as Free Agency begins. Although the list of All-Star type caliber players is short, this Free Agency has plenty of guys that can bring a contending team to the next level or can fill a much needed hole in a roster. We’ve already seen early transactions made by the two biggest rivals in the NBA, the Boston Celtics and the Los Angeles Lakers. LA now is
By Kevin O’Keefe (In collaboration with Chris Nosek) Just days after being eliminated by the New York Islanders in 6 games, Don Sweeney is already hard at work trying to decide the future outlook of the Bruins. In addition to players like Tuukka Rask, Taylor Hall and David Krejci (to name a few) becoming unrestricted free agents on July 28th, the team will also lose a player to the Seattle Kraken when they have their expansion draft later this summer.
By Joe Scibelli, Esq. This offseason is continuing to be filled with more drama, and as a fan, I absolutely love it. The two biggest stories during this offseason are, however, Russell Wilson and Deshaun Watson. Both have voiced their dissatisfaction with their respective teams, both are top 7 quarterbacks, and both have recently signed ridiculous extensions. Yet, both are extremely upset with their teams and both have caused the trade rumors to stir. Stir is too light, rather erupt.
By Joe Scibelli, Esq. As the 2021 off-season continues with more surprising moves, such as J.J. Watt to the Cardinals, and even more surprising cuts, i.e. Kyle Van Noy no longer a Dolphin, 2021 is continuing to be unpredictable. This off-season there is A LOT of talent available at the wide receiver position and with all the wild moves GMs are making in the NFL, who knows if the list will grow with unexpected cuts or trades. As of March
By Joe Scibelli, Esq. With NFL free agency less than a month a way, and how well my first article went with our readers and subscribers, here is Part 2 of NFL Quarterback Trade / Free Agent Predictions. Also, for the JDFSports fans keeping track, I was correct about Carson Wentz becoming an Indianapolis Colt. Sam Darnold (Either Tampa Bay Buccaneers or Pittsburgh Steelers) The Jets are a team in a very interesting situation. The 2021 season is the last
By Alec Walt The 2020 MLB season will go down as one of the strangest in history, and it continued into the offseason. We’ve officially entered 2021, and we have no confirmation on a start date or key rule changes. The current CBA is also set to expire at the end of the season and the two sides have been incredibly slow to get deals done. As we wait, so do the top free agents. J.T. Realmuto has been the
By: Alec Walt The MLB offseason is moving at a snail’s pace and one of the best pitchers in the MLB is taking complete advantage of the attention it’s bringing him on social media. Trevor Bauer’s made made himself a popular follow on the internet by throwing a baseball over a center field wall, starting a podcast, and publicly calling out issues in the MLB. Now he’s using it to bait fans as he waits for a new contract. Bauer’s
By Alec Walt The Boston Red Sox dipped into the free agent pool Monday afternoon, adding depth into its thin outfield. After hearing rumors of George Springer, Marcell Ozuna, Eddie Rosario, and Jackie Bradley Jr., the Red Sox decided to go with a cheaper alternative for 2021. Former Tampa Bay Rays outfielder Hunter Renfroe agreed to a one-year, $3.1 million contract with the Red Sox. Renfroe took the final open spot on the Red Sox current 40-man roster. The #RedSox