Draft picks are flying around by the buttload this offseason.
The Tennessee Titans have traded the first overall pick of the NFL Draft to the Los Angeles Rams. In return, they got so many picks.
The Patriots will trade defensive end Chandler Jones to the Arizona Cardinals, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter and Dianna Russini. Arizona will give New England a second-round draft pick and offensive lineman Jonathan Cooper.
One of the “bigger” NBA trades from the snooze-fest of a trade deadline was a three-way deal among Detroit, Houston, and Philadelphia. This is how the trade looked:
According to multiple reports, the Orlando Magic have traded Tobias Harris to the Detroit Pistons in exchange for Brandon Jennings and Ersan Ilyasova. Sure, why not?
Depth was a problem that the Los Angeles Clippers aimed to fix last offseason, particularly with the signings of Josh Smith and Lance Stephenson. Both have been disasters this season, and now Yahoo’s Adrian Wojnarowski is reporting that the Clips are sending Smith back to the Houston Rockets in exchange for what is…
After everyone finally got clear of the #LOLMets Twitter storm that whipped up around last night’s botched trade between the Mets and Brewers, we were given what seemed like a reasonable explanation for why the deal fell apart: the Mets were worried about Carlos Gomez’s bum hip. But a new report claims the Mets may…
The Red Sox traded outfielder Shane Victorino to the Angels in exchange for infielder Josh Rutledge and cash considerations. This is good news for Victorino, who just came off the DL and is going from a last-place team to a first-place squad, but Victorino still got emotional about his time with the Sox.
If there’s one thing you can say about this era of Rockies baseball, one that has included five straight seasons with 73 or more losses, it’s that the team has shown a knack for executing big-ticket trades as ham-fistedly as possible.
It is July 23, and 18 teams either in a playoff spot or within five games of one. They must decide by a week from tomorrow whether to go for it, or to reload for the future. If you think it’s far too early in the season, you have company in MLB’s new commissioner.
Luke Ridnour was traded three times in two days last week, but before he could start preparing for life in Oklahoma City, the guard was traded again today. Apologies to any Grizzlies, Hornets, or Thunder fans who bought Luke Ridnour jerseys.
Before yesterday, I wouldn’t have known where Luke Ridnour played last season. My best guess would have been, “Is he still in Minnesota?” The guard was actually with the Magic, until he was traded to the Grizzlies Wednesday, but his journey didn’t end there. Ridnour got shipped around two more times today.
Last night, Yahoo Sports’ Adrian Wojnarowski dropped a bomb, reporting that Sacramento Kings head coach George Karl, who’s had his job for about 45 minutes, is doing everything he can to convince the rest of the organization that All-Star center DeMarcus Cousins needs to be traded away as soon as possible.
Last night, CSN Philadelphia’s Jim Salisbury reported that the Mariners are “checking in” on speedy Phillies outfielder Ben Revere. This makes sense: Revere has been squeezed out of his natural left-field role, and despite a down year, is still miles better than what Seattle has been getting from its leftfielders this…
It's hot-stove season (or whatever) in the NFL, and we've already seen our fair share of surprising moves. But with free agency still yet to actually open, a fake Twitter account and a player with the same name as another have teamed up to sow some quality confusion.
The Bills announced they've agreed on a trade with the Vikings for QB Matt Cassel, with undisclosed draft picks heading both ways. Doesn't really matter! The new-look Bills have a quarterback. Sort of.