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DeMarcus Ware working with DeMarcus Lawrence

DeMarcus Ware spent last week working with the Broncos’ pass rushers. He’s spending this week working with the Cowboys’ pass rushers.

It’s probably a good thing those are the only two teams Ware played for in his 12 seasons.

Sanders believes Bryant will work hard this season because he wants to prove the Cowboys made a mistake by cutting him.

I think that Dez is still going to get that ball, and now he has something to prove. He wants to prove the world that you guys made a mistake. You guys categorized me wrongly. I know that he has a multitude left in the tank, Sanders said.

Poling had 373 tackles, 18 sacks, and 7 interceptions over four seasons at Ohio University while Sanders made 25-of-35 field goals and 111-of-112 extra points at New Mexico. The only other kicker in Miami is undrafted free agent acquisition Greg Joseph, so the two rookies will be competing for the job over the summer.

The Dolphins also signed cornerback Bobby McCain to an extension on Friday, which is the first day they were able to make use of $17 million in cap space provided by Ndamukong Suh’s post-June 1 release.

Last year, the Washington Redskins lost an expected 74 points because of their run game, the worst mark by any team in the NFL, per Pro Football Reference. While running back Chris Thompson can contribute as a pass-catcher out of the backfield, Samaje Perine averaged just 3.4 yards per attempt and Robert Kelley average just 3.1 yards per attempt.

This is where rookie second-round pick Derrius Guice comes into play. Thompson can continue his role as a pass-catcher, while the rookie can command a bulk of the carries out of the backfield as a bell-cow-type back, which he did at LSU when healthy.

Kendricks signed a one-year deal with the Cleveland Browns.

It is a plus that both the offensive coordinator and the head coach know how to use a fullback, Smith said. This is pretty similar to my college offense with a lot of moving parts and and shifting all over the place. They call the same plays literally the same names. It’s cool going back to what I did.

No stress, he says. No thinking negative. Thinking positive. Keep it moving. I just let go.

He prayed that someone would come into his life, and that’s precisely when Metro Exhibits—which designs, builds and services trade-show booths—contacted him on LinkedIn. He took over the Atlanta branch and everything started to turn.Today, he’s the president of Southeast Exhibits and Metro Retail Solutions, spearheading signage at both Mercedes-Benz Stadium and SunTrust Park.

He can’t contain his excitement over another of his projects, a new website called Ignite My Sports that will allow high school athletes to post video of their training for scouts to see. In the days leading up to its launch, he’d wake up each morning, wipe his eyes, roll over to his nightstand and tap open his phone to see if it was live.

Depression keeps many buried underneath their covers, zapping the energy to get out of bed. That’s not Lewis. Not now.

I have things to look forward to. You know what I mean?

At least two visitors on the White House South Lawn knelt during the playing of the national anthem at the event, which Trump said would include visitors standing for the anthem. A Swedish television crew showed one of the kneelers, who declined to discuss his protest.

Another person could be heard heckling Trump at the event.

Stop hiding behind the armed services and the national anthem, the heckler yelled. Let’s hear it for the Eagles!

In the immediate aftermath of today’s event, Trump has drawn criticism for appearing not to know the words to God Bless America.

Yankees RHP Luis Cessa pitches in first rehab outing

New York Yankees pitcher Luis Cessa made his first game appearance in nearly two months, struggling with his control as he allowed two runs over 1 2/3 innings for the Class A Tampa Tarpons in a 4-1 loss to Philadelphia’s Clearwater Threshers on Monday night.

Well, they mostly gave their approval. The team wasn’t permitted to play as the Syracuse Brannock Devices, because that’s a commercial trademark and would violate MiLB’s rules against advertising on a uniform. After considering a few options (Syracuse Foot Measurers didn’t have much of a ring to it, says Smorol), the team decided to go with the Syracuse Devices.

Once that was settled, Smorol’s small in-house staff had to kick into action. The first task was to create a logo and mascot character something that could literally serve as the face of the promotion. That job fell to Danny Tripodi, the team’s manager of social media and graphics (who, like almost everyone interviewed for this story, did not know the proper name for a Brannock Device until he began working on this project).

Kimes: Dallas Cowboys. Dallas, which hired former Seahawks defensive coordinator Kris Richard as its defensive backs coach, is the obvious choice. I think Seattle would rather stomach a brief holdout than cough up Thomas for a mid-round pick, though.

Yates: Los Angeles Chargers. Yes, they used a first-round pick on Derwin James, but top-tier defenses don’t overthink talent. Former Seahawks coordinator Gus Bradley holds the same spot in Los Angeles. The New England Patriots are an example of a team that relied on three-safety looks on two thirds of their snaps last season. It’s a valuable position, and there is no such thing as having too many talented defensive backs.

Sando: Dallas Cowboys. Because of their system and Thomas’ apparent desire to play there.

Bowen: Dallas Cowboys.They make the most sense because of the need at the position and Thomas’ immediate fit in their scheme. This would be a seamless transition for Thomas, and his presence would upgrade the entire Dallas defense.

Jake Bauers smashes his first career homer, a 2-run dinger to right field.

The Cardinals signed first-round draft pick (19th overall) Nolan Gorman, of Sandra Day O’Connor High School in Phoenix. After Gorman, 18, signed at Busch Stadium, he worked out with the club and took batting practice. The left-handed hitting third baseman will forgo the University of Arizona to play at Johnson City, the Cardinals’ rookie level affiliate in the Appalachian League.

Padres: C Austin Hedges (right elbow tendinitis) has been out since May 1. He took batting practice Monday at Class A Lake Elsinore, where he will begin his rehab assignment Tuesday.

With what I’ve been doing, either starting or coming into the game in the second inning, my job is to go as deep into the game as possible, he said. So that’s kind of what I did. To be able to go six innings was really big for me, especially the way things have been going.

Yarbrough (5-2) gave up four runs on seven hits while striking out three in his first start since May 14.

Gaviglio (2-2) gave up five runs on seven hits and two walks in 3 1/3 innings.

Rays Gold Glove CF Kevin Kiermaier (right thumb torn ligament) is hopeful of returning June 22 for a series against the New York Yankees. He faced two minor leaguers in a simulated game and will join Class A Charlotte on Tuesday.

We pick each other up, Reyes said.

Pitching in place of injured Noah Syndergaard again, Lugo (2-1) allowed only two singles and lowered his ERA to 1.77 in two starts and 21 relief appearances this season. He equaled his career high of eight strikeouts and didn’t issue a walk against a Yankees lineup minus slugger Aaron Judge.

Baltimore was pushing for the playoffs, so Lewis didn’t think twice about shooting his ankle up with Novocain before each game.

That’s what scares me the most, Lewis says, and keeps me on edge a little more.

In all, Lewis estimates he suffered a minimum 10 concussions and went unconscious two or threetimes. He has no clue exactly how much damage he did to his brain. So, hell yeah, he’s terrified. But that blinding glint in his eye that begged linebackers to come and get some never faded.

Because you never know, Lewis says. You never know [what] day you’re going to wake up with an issue.

He needs to be in control as long as he can.

Now, via Ignite, all high school kids will have a hub to post footage beyond the game for college scouts to see.

He can make a difference in their lives.

While downing a jerk chicken sandwich, Lewis takes another call. Jazz is glued to a video of someone else playing Fortnite—a craze Dad cannot comprehend—and it’s off to the baseball game. Cornbread warns us that a storm is coming, but Lewis keeps the top down on the Jeep anyway…and pays the price. Father and son get absolutely drenched with rain en route. Eventually, the clouds clear, the game begins, and Lewis finds his sweet spot.

He posts up as close as he can to Jazz, at a fence, near third base, in earshot.

Saints sign Jay Bromley

Veteran defensive tackle Jay Bromley landed a job this weekend.

Bromley took part in the Saints’ rookie minicamp on a tryout basis and multiple reports on Monday have him signing a contract with the team.

Bromley was a third-round pick by the Giants in 2014 and spent the last four years with the team. He played in all 16 games last season and finished the year with 21 tackles and a sack. He played in 47 of 48 games over the last three seasons, but only made four starts during his time in Jersey.

Frazier proved it on Saturday night.

I felt really comfortable, he said. “Obviously, I haven’t played in a few days, so I had to make sure I was really locked in. But that wasn’t a problem. I was just happy to be out there. It was a really good experience.”

Hall, 34, currently is a free agent. He played only eight games the past two seasons and 22 the past four as he battled injuries.

He played 171 games in 15 seasons with Washington, Oakland and Atlanta.

It feels weird to say this about a team that has won just a single game over the course of the last two seasons, but this is an exciting time to be a Cleveland Browns fan.

Why? Because one of the most radical and highly publicized rebuilds in NFL history is basically complete. They’ve got their supposed franchise quarterback (Baker Mayfield), their new potential long-term left tackle (Austin Corbett), their new shutdown corner (Denzel Ward) and their new elite pass-rusher (Myles Garrett). They’ve shored up the offensive line (Kevin Zeitler, JC Tretter, Joel Bitonio, Shon Coleman, Chris Hubbard), and they’ve added reliable veterans on both sides of the ball (Jarvis Landry, Jamie Collins).

The core is in place now. All it took was 25 picks in the first three rounds of the last five drafts. The Browns are no longer flush with future draft capital, and they won’t have as much cap space in future offseasons. The experiment is over, and now we get our first look at the results. 

Tennessee also raised some eyebrows by signing former Patriots back Dion Lewis to a four-year, $19.8 million deal in mid-March.

That puts the pressure on Henry to keep producing in both practices and games to remain the top dog.

The reviews Henry draws bear watching while he gets acclimated to new offensive coordinator Matt LaFleur’s system when the Titans kick off OTAs next week.

It’s easy to forget that New York Jets wide receiver Quincy Enunwa broke out in his third NFL season with 58 catches for 857 yards and four touchdowns. The 25-year-old followed that up with a 2017 campaign that was over before it started due to a neck injury he suffered during training camp.

This offseason, Bucs general manager Jason Licht admitted the 22-year-old Penn State product “has earned the right for a bigger role in 2018,” according to Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times.

The Tampa offense likely will encounter some changes as Todd Monken moves into a full-time offensive coordinator role. That should give Godwin a chance to make a fresh impression when the Buccaneers launch OTAs next week.

While Mayfield isn’t guaranteed the starting job by any means, we’ll still get to see his competition with Taylor, a quarterback who always seemed to get the raw end of the deal with the Buffalo Bills.

The announcement that Cleveland will be on Hard Knocks comes just two weeks after Dorsey expressed disinterest in joining the series.

I don’t believe we’re on Hard Knocks, Dorsey said on ESPN Cleveland 850-AM on May 2. ” I don’t think there’s anything good that comes out of Hard Knocks, but we’ll see.” When asked how he would feel if the league forced the Browns to be on the show — Cleveland was one of six teams eligible for that fate — Dorsey said he’d be OK with it.

The GM was signing a different tune Thursday.

Watch: Odell Beckham Jr. goes deep in a different way during MLB turn

In case you’ve forgotten, Odell Beckham Jr. is a freakish athlete. He’s amazing at football, and he looks to be pretty darn good at basketball (see here and here) and baseball, too.

The Giants wide receiver showed off his diamond ability again Friday when he took batting practice with the Tampa Bay Rays. Rocking a Blake Snell throwback Devil Rays jersey, he rocked a pair of pitches over the wall at Angel Stadium in Anaheim, Calif.

In June of 2010, Panthers receiver Steve Smith broke his arm playing football … flag football, at a local YMCA.

“They were messing around, the ball went over his head and he slipped,” Smith’s agent, Derrick Fox, told ESPN. “He put his arm out to brace himself. When he did he felt a sharp pain. He went in (Sunday) afternoon to have an X-ray and it showed a break.”

Smith had surgery to have a small plate and screws inserted in his arm, but he returned to full health in time for the regular season.

According to Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle, the Ravens signed the third-round tackle to his four-year, $3.491 million deal.

That leaves just three unsigned Ravens picks, as first-rounders Hayden Hurst and Lamar Jackson and fellow third-rounder Mark Andrews have yet to sign.

Brown, the son of the late Ravens tackle of the same name, was one of the most decorated players in college but slid after a poor combine workout. He’s working to lose weight to become more mobile, but he’s probably always going to be massive (6-foot-8, and 340 if he hasn’t lost a pound lately).

The Cowboys have appeared more times on “MNF” than any other team, Jones proudly told Madison Avenue media buyers Tuesday. With Jones, it’s all about the Star, all the time.

“We’re always saying, ‘Please, look at us,'” Jones said.

Eagles head coach Doug Pederson writing memoir “Fearless” due out in August

Doug Pederson can add “author” to his resume right behind “Super Bowl winning head coach.”

The former NFL quarterback and head coach of the Philadelphia Eagles is writing a memoir chronicling his career as a backup quarterback, assistant coach and the Eagles’ journey to their first Super Bowl title in February.

It’s unclear whether this is the end of it, or whether the NFL will conduct its own investigation. In theory, Brandon could end up seeking employment with another NFL team. It would make sense for the league to come to its own conclusion as to whether Brandon did what he was accused of doing, and whether he was indeed deceitful when faced with the facts.

For many employers, lack of truthfulness in connection with an internal investigation provides independent grounds for termination, regardless of whether the underlying allegations can be substantiated.

“I’m able to do a lot of things that I couldn’t do back in January, February,” Freeman said, via Vaughn McClure. “Running, cutting, sprinting — getting a little stronger. . . . Making hard cuts; sprinting a little faster. The progress is getting better and better each day. So I’m just going along with the program.”

Freeman didn’t have surgery to correct the damage, and said he just wanted to “continue to get better” leading up to training camp and the regular season.

“I just want to take it one day at a time,” he said. “I had a performance I didn’t like [last] season. My mindset is I can never let that happen again. With that being said, just being 100 percent healthy is everything because I want to be free. I want to be full-go all the time. I don’t want to be slowing down because of no nagging injury or I’m injured trying to go and I know I can’t go.”

Report: Eagles will sign Joe Callahan

The Eagles are expected to sign quarterback Joe Callahan, Mike Garafolo of NFL Media reports.

The Packers waived Callahan on Monday.

The Eagles explored signing J.T. Barrett before he signed with the Saints.

Originally a fifth-round choice of the Giants out of UCLA in 2016, Perkins made five career starts and appeared in 25 regular season games. Perkins’ time with the Giants included 153 carries for 546 yards and 23 catches for 208 yards, but has yet to score his first NFL touchdown.

Around the NFL’s Chris Wesseling ranks his top 10 offenses heading into the 2018 season.

Report: Lions head coach Matt Patricia indicted, not tried, in 1996 sexual assault case

Detroit Lions head coach Matt Patricia was arrested, charged and later indicted by a grand jury on one count of aggravated sexual assault in 1996, but never stood trial or faced a conviction, according to a report in The Detroit News published on Wednesday. The alleged incident occurred while Patricia was a member of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute’s football team and involved one of his teammates as well.

The accuser declined to testify, and prosecutors were forced to dismiss the case before it could be tried. A hand-written note from the Cameron County Assistant District Attorney’s January 1997 motion to dismiss said that the “victim does not feel she can face the pressures or stress of a trial,” according to the report.