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Archive for March 9th, 2017

Cincinnati Reds announce 2017 Skyline Chili High School Showcase

Features 84 Baseball And Softball Teams

 

The sixth annual Skyline Chili Reds Futures High School Showcase presented by Cincinnati Children’s Sports Medicine & Orthopaedics will feature 84 high school baseball and softball teams from Greater Cincinnati, Northern Kentucky, Southeast Indiana and Dayton playing a total of 47 games from April 1-24, 2017.

Many of the games will be played at the region’s top baseball and softball venues including the P&G Cincinnati MLB Youth Academy in Roselawn, Prasco Park in Mason, Midland Baseball Complex in Batavia and Meinken All-Star Field in Covington.

Ten teams will play games at Great American Ball Park on April 7 & 8 during “Big League Weekend.”

The High School Showcase kicks off Saturday, April 1 with Opening Day at the P&G Cincinnati MLB Youth Academy featuring six baseball games and two softball games.

For 2017, softball matchups have been expanded to five games and for the second straight year two baseball double-headers will be played in Dayton at Wright State University.

Five Northern Kentucky games will be played at the renovated Meinken Field in Covington, which was dedicated during MLB All-Star Week in 2015.

Tickets for the Reds Futures High School Showcase games are $5 and good for all games on that day. Each ticket includes a voucher good for a free View Level ticket to your choice of select 2017 Reds home games at Great American Ball Park and also includes a coupon for one free Skyline Chili Cheese Coney. Advance tickets can be purchased at each of the participating schools. Tickets will also be available on game days at each of the ballparks.

All players and coaches from the 84 teams will be invited to GABP on Sunday, April 23 to participate in a “March at the Majors” parade around the field prior to the Reds vs. Chicago Cubs game at 1:10 p.m. MVPs from each game will be recognized on the field during pregame ceremonies.

Visit reds.com/HSShowcase for additional information and schedule updates.

Saturday, April 1 (Opening Day)
• Aiken vs. Seven Hills, 11 a.m. – P&G Cincinnati MLB Youth Academy (Field 3)
• Riverview East vs. Withrow, Noon – P&G Cincinnati MLB Youth Academy (Field 2)
• Lebanon vs. Mason (softball), 1 p.m. – P&G Cincinnati MLB Youth Academy (Field 4)
• Hamilton Badin vs. Northwest, 2 p.m. – P&G Cincinnati MLB Youth Academy (Stadium Field 1)
• Bishop Brossart vs. McNicholas, 2 p.m. – P&G Cincinnati MLB Urban Youth Academy (Field 3)
• Glen Este vs. Lebanon, 3 p.m. – P&G Cincinnati MLB Youth Academy (Field 2)
• Milford vs. Ursuline Academy (softball), 4 p.m. – P&G Cincinnati MLB Youth Academy (Field 4)
• CHCA vs. Summit Country Day, 5 p.m. – P&G Cincinnati MLB Youth Academy (Field 1)

Wednesday, April 5
• Anderson vs. Milford, 4:30 p.m. – Midland Field
• Loveland vs. Turpin, 7 p.m. – Midland Field

Friday, April 7 (Big League Weekend)
• Badin vs. Moeller, 5 p.m. – Great American Ball Park
• Anderson vs. Turpin, 8 p.m. – Great American Ball Park

Saturday, April 8 (Big League Weekend)
• Hughes vs. Withrow, 10 a.m. – Great American Ball Park
• Harrison vs. Oak Hills, 1 p.m. – Great American Ball Park
• Highlands vs. St. Xavier, 4 p.m. – Great American Ball Park

Monday, April 10
• Indian Hill vs. Reading, 4:30 p.m. – P&G Cincinnati MLB Youth Academy (Field 3)
• Madeira vs. Mariemont, 4:30 p.m. – Xavier University

Thursday, April 13
• Covington Catholic vs. Newport Central Catholic, 1 p.m. – Meinken All-Star Field, Covington
• Highlands vs. Ryle, 4 p.m. – Meinken All-Star Field, Covington
• Bellevue vs. Holmes, 7 p.m. – Meinken All-Star Field, Covington

Saturday, April 15
• Beechwood vs. Scott, 11 a.m. – Beechwood High School

Monday, April 17
• East Central vs. Lawrenceburg, 5 p.m. – Lawrenceburg High School
• Edgewood vs. Franklin, 5 p.m. – Wright State University
• Miamisburg vs. Springboro, 7:30 p.m. – Wright State University

Tuesday, April 18
• Beavercreek vs. Huber Heights Wayne, 5 p.m. – Wright State University
• Troy vs. Vandalia Butler, 7:30 p.m. – Wright State University

Wednesday, April 19
• Fairfield vs. Princeton, 5 p.m. – Prasco Park (Legacy Field)
• Middletown vs. Oak Hills, 7:30 p.m. – Prasco Park (Legacy Field)
• Blanchester vs. Clermont Northeastern, 4:30 p.m. – Midland Field
• Amelia vs. New Richmond, 7 p.m. – Midland Field

Thursday, April 20
• Winton Woods vs. Wyoming, 4:30 p.m. – Wyoming High School
• Dixie Heights vs. St. Henry, 5 p.m. – Meinken All-Star Field, Covington
• Holy Cross vs. Ludlow, 7:30 p.m. – Meinken All-Star Field, Covington

Friday, April 21
• Hamilton vs. Sycamore, 5 p.m. – Prasco Park (Legacy Field)
• Lakota West vs. Mason, 7 p.m. – Prasco Park
• Colerain vs. Lakota East, 7:30 p.m. – Prasco Park (Legacy Field)

Saturday, April 22
• Clark Montessori vs. Roger Bacon, 11 a.m. – P&G Cincinnati MLB Youth Academy (Field 2)
• Middletown vs. Seton (softball), Noon – P&G Cincinnati MLB Youth Academy (Field 4)
• Hughes vs. Norwood, 1 p.m. – P&G Cincinnati MLB Youth Academy (Field 3)
• Bishop Fenwick vs. Kings, 2 p.m. – P&G Cincinnati MLB Youth Academy (Field 2)
• Anderson vs. Springboro (softball), 2:30 p.m. – P&G Cincinnati MLB Youth Academy (Field 4)
• Purcell Marian vs. Walnut Hills, 3 p.m. – P&G Cincinnati MLB Youth Academy (Stadium Field 1)
• Taft vs. Western Hills, 4 p.m. – P&G Cincinnati MLB Youth Academy (Field 3)
• Oyler vs. Western Hills (softball), 5 p.m. – P&G Cincinnati MLB Youth Academy (Field 4)
• Harrison vs. Taylor, 6 p.m. – P&G Cincinnati MLB Youth Academy (Stadium Field 1)

Monday, April 24
• Moeller vs. St. Xavier, 5 p.m. – Prasco Park
• Elder vs. La Salle, 7:30 p.m. – Prasco Parik

 

 

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NHL scores, game recaps from Wednesday, March 8, 2017: Penguins led to victory by Bonino, Malkin; Senators, Bruins keeping pace in Atlantic Division

WEDNESDAY’S RESULTS
Home Team in Caps
Ottawa 5, DALLAS 2
Pittsburgh 7, WINNIPEG 4
BOSTON 6, Detroit 1

BONINO, MALKIN LIFT PENGUINS TO VICTORY
Nick Bonino (3-0—3) and Evgeni Malkin (2-1—3) each recorded three points to vault the Penguins (41-16-8, 90 points) back into a tie – in terms of points – with the idle Blue Jackets (42-17-6, 90 points) for second place in the Metropolitan Division.

* Bonino notched his second career hat trick and first since Feb. 2, 2013 vs. LAK (3-1—4 w/ ANA). It also marked Bonino’s fourth career multi-goal performance (391 GP) and first since Nov. 4, 2014 at COL (w/ VAN).

* Malkin (31-39—70), who recorded his sixth three-point game of the season, reached the 30-goal milestone for the fifth time in his 11 NHL campaigns and the first time since scoring a career-high 50 goals in 2011-12.

SENATORS, BRUINS KEEP PACE IN ATLANTIC DIVISION RACE
The Senators (37-22-6, 80 points) and Bruins (35-26-6, 76 points) – who sit in second and third place, respectively – each picked up wins to keep pace in the Atlantic Division race:

Craig Anderson (35 SV) earned his 146th victory in a Senators uniform (282 GP) to tie Patrick Lalime (283 GP) for the most wins by a goaltender in franchise history. Anderson improved to 8-2-0 in his last 10 outings, posting a 1.80 goal-against average, .944 save percentage and one shutout dating to Feb. 11.

Brad Marchand (2-0—2) and David Krejci (2-1—3) each scored twice to lift the Bruins to a 9-3-0 record under interim head coach Bruce Cassidy. Marchand, who reached the 70-point milestone for the first time in his career (32-38—70), paces the NHL with 22 goals and 39 points dating to Jan. 1 (28 GP).

DID YOU KNOW?
Three players – Penguins teammates Sidney Crosby (34-36—70) and Evgeni Malkin (31-39—70) as well as Bruins forward Brad Marchand (32-38—70) – moved into a share of second place in the Art Ross Trophy race, behind Edmonton’s Connor McDavid (22-52—74). Chicago’s Patrick Kane (29-41—70) also has 70 points in 2016-17.

NFL Free Agency is underway with 517 players available

 

The National Football League today announced that 517 players are free agents who now can negotiate with all 32 clubs.

Players are either “restricted” or “unrestricted” free agents.  Within the categories are also “franchise” and “transition”

players.  No players were designated as transition players this year.

The time period for free agency signings in 2017:

  • Restricted Free Agents – March 9 to April 21.
  • Unrestricted Free Agents (who have received May 9 tender from prior club) – March 9 to July 22 (or the first scheduled day of the first NFL training camp, whichever is later).
  • Franchise Players – March 9 to November 14, the Tuesday following the 10th week of the regular season.

A list of free agents by club in various categories:

Restricted free agents who received qualifying offers from their prior clubs and are subject to the first refusal/compensation system of the NFL Collective Bargaining Agreement:

Club Player Pos. College First Refusal/

Compensation

Atlanta Gabriel, Taylor WR Abilene Christian 2nd
       
Baltimore Campanaro, Michael WR Wake Forest 7th
  Huff, Marqueston DB Wyoming 4th
  Hurst, James T North Carolina ROFR
  Jensen, Ryan C Colorado State-Pueblo 6th
  Rolle, Jumal DB Catawba ROFR
  West, Terrance RB Towson 3rd
       
Buffalo Gillislee, Mike RB Florida 5th
  Groy, Ryan G Wisconsin ROFR
       
Carolina Norwell, Andrew G Ohio State 2nd
       
Cincinnati Johnson, T.J. C South Carolina 7th
       
Cleveland Burley, Marcus DB Delaware ROFR
  Crowell, Isaiah RB Alabama State 2nd
       
Denver Davis, Todd LB Sacramento State 2nd
  McManus, Brandon K Temple 2nd
       
Detroit Lucas, Cornelius T Kansas State ROFR
       
Kansas City Santos, Cairo K Tulane ROFR
  Sorensen, Daniel DB Brigham Young 2nd
  Wilson, Albert WR Georgia State ROFR
       

L.A. Chargers

 

Inman, Dontrelle

 

WR

 

Virginia

 

2nd

Toomer, Korey LB Idaho 5th
         
L.A. Rams Easley, Dominique

Westbrooks, Ethan

DT

DT

Florida

West Texas A&M

1st​

ROFR

       
Miami Alonso, Kiko LB Oregon 1st
Thomas, Michael DB Stanford ROFR
  Williams, Damien RB Oklahoma ROFR
       
Minnesota Thielen, Adam WR Minn. State-Mankato 2nd
         
New England Butler, Malcolm DB West Alabama 1st
  Fleming, Cameron T Stanford 4th
         
New York Giants Wynn, Kerry DE Richmond ROFR
         
New York Jets Johnson, Wesley T Vanderbilt 2nd
  Williams, Marcus DB North Dakota State 2nd
         
Oakland Autry, Denico DE Mississippi State ROFR
         
Philadelphia Burton, Trey TE Florida 2nd
         
Pittsburgh Cockrell, Ross DB Duke 4th
  Hubbard, Christopher G Alabama-Birmingham ROFR
       
Seattle Gilliam, Garry T Penn State ROFR
       
Tampa Bay Griffin, Ryan QB Tulane ROFR
  Smith, Jacquies DE Missouri ROFR
         
Washington Compton, Will LB Nebraska ROFR
  Thompson, Chris RB Florida State 2nd
     

If a player in this category receives an offer from a new club to sign a player contract for the 2017 season or for 2017 and future seasons, which the player desires to accept, the offer must be set forth in an offer sheet, signed by both the new club and the player, and must be substantially in the form of Appendix B of the NFL Collective Bargaining Agreement.  The new club then must immediately: hand deliver the offer sheet, or send it by overnight mail, or by electronic mail in .pdf form (in each case a confirmation copy shall also be sent by first class mail) to the prior club, to the attention of the club’s president or general manager. The new club must send copies of the offer sheet to the National Football League Players Association and to the National Football League using the above described delivery procedures.  If the offer sheet is hand delivered, the new club should obtain an acknowledgement of receipt.  In addition, the new club shall notify the league office of the terms of an offer sheet immediately upon delivery to a prior club.

The prior club has a right of first refusal to all players listed above.  Draft choice compensation is as listed in the column on the right.  If the prior club has only a right of first refusal and is therefore not entitled to any compensation, the designation “ROFR” appears in that column.  In order to submit an offer sheet, a new club must have available the required selection choice, defined as its own or better choice in the applicable rounds, in the 2017 NFL Draft.

Offer sheets may be submitted to a prior club until 11:59:59 p.m., New York time, on Friday, April 21.

Players with three or more accrued seasons who have been designated as franchise players:

Club Player Pos. College  
Arizona Jones, Chandler LB Syracuse  
       
Carolina Short, Kawann DT Purdue
     
L.A. Chargers Ingram, Melvin LB South Carolina
     
New York Giants Pierre-Paul, Jason DE South Florida

 

The prior club has a right of first refusal to the players listed above and compensation of two No. 1 draft choices. In order to submit an offer sheet, a new club must have available the required choices, defined as its own or better choices in the first round in the 2017 and 2018 NFL Drafts.  Offer sheets must be submitted to a prior club prior to 4:00 p.m., New York time, on the Tuesday following the 10th regular season weekend.

Unrestricted Free Agents with four or more accrued seasons:

Club Player Pos. College
Arizona Boggs, Taylor G Humboldt State
  Campbell, Calais DT Miami
  Cooper, Marcus DB Rutgers
  Ellington, Andre RB Clemson
  Gresham, Jermaine TE Oklahoma
  Jefferson, Tony DB Oklahoma
  Jenkins, Mike DB South Florida
  Johnson, Chris RB East Carolina
  Mathis, Evan G Alabama
  Minter, Kevin LB Louisiana State
  Moore, Sio LB Connecticut
  Okafor, Alex LB Texas
  Rucker, Frostee DT Southern California
  Shipley, A.Q. C Penn State
  Swearinger, D.J. DB South Carolina
  Taylor, Stepfan RB Stanford
  Watford, Earl G James Madison
       
Atlanta Babineaux, Jonathan DT Iowa
  Chester, Chris G Oklahoma
  Compton, Tom T South Dakota
  DiMarco, Patrick RB South Carolina
  Freeney, Dwight DE Syracuse
  Goldson, Dashon DB Washington
  Ishmael, Kemal DB Central Florida
  Reynolds, LaRoy LB Virginia
  Robinson, Aldrick WR Southern Methodist
  Tamme, Jacob TE Kentucky
  Toilolo, Levine TE Stanford
  Weatherspoon, Sean LB Missouri
  Weems, Eric WR Bethune-Cookman
  Wheeler, Philip LB Georgia Tech
  Worrilow, Paul LB Delaware
     
Baltimore Aiken, Kamar WR Central Florida
  Ducasse, Vladimir G Massachusetts
  Elam, Matt DB Florida
  Guy, Lawrence DE Arizona State
  Juszczyk, Kyle RB Harvard
  Levine, Anthony DB Tennessee State
  Lewis-Harris, Chris DB Chattanooga
  Mallett, Ryan QB Arkansas
  Powers, Jerraud DB Auburn
  Smith, Steve WR Utah
  Wagner, Rick T Wisconsin
  Williams, Brandon NT Missouri Southern
     
Buffalo Alexander, Lorenzo LB California
  Blanton, Robert DB Notre Dame
  Brown, Sergio DB Notre Dame
  Brown, Zach LB North Carolina
  Bryant, Corbin DT Northwestern
  Bush, Reggie RB Southern California
  Douzable, Leger DE Central Florida
  Felton, Jerome RB Furman
  Gilmore, Stephon DB South Carolina
  Goodwin, Marquise WR Texas
  Gragg, Chris TE Arkansas
  Harvin, Percy WR Florida
  Hunter, Justin WR Tennessee
  Ihedigbo, James # DB Massachusetts
  Manuel, E.J. QB Florida State
  McCray, Lerentee LB Florida
  Meeks, Jonathan DB Clemson
  Mills, Jordan T Louisiana Tech
  Spikes, Brandon LB Florida
  Tate, Brandon WR North Carolina
  White, Corey DB Samford
  Woods, Robert WR Southern California
       
Carolina Ginn, Ted WR Ohio State
  Griffin, Michael DB Texas
  Johnson, Leonard DB Iowa State
  Klein, A.J. LB Iowa State
  Love, Kyle DT Mississippi State
  Remmers, Mike T Oregon State
  Scott, Chris G Tennessee
  Wendell, Ryan G Fresno State
  Williams, Teddy DB Texas-San Antonio
     
Chicago Acho, Sam LB Texas
  Adams, Mike T Ohio State
  Banks, Johnthan DB Mississippi State
  Barkley, Matt QB Southern California
  Barth, Connor K North Carolina
  Becton, Nick T Virginia Tech
  Boykin, Brandon DB Georgia
  Hoyer, Brian QB Michigan State
  Jeffery, Alshon WR South Carolina
  Larsen, Ted C North Carolina State
  McCants, Matt T Alabama-Birmingham
  Paulsen, Logan TE UCLA
  Prosinski, Chris DB Wyoming
  Thompson, Deonte WR Florida
  Washington, Cornelius DE Georgia
  Wilson, C.J. DE East Carolina
  Wilson, Marquess WR Washington State
     
Cincinnati Brown, Chykie DB Texas
  Burkhead, Rex RB Nebraska
  Dansby, Karlos LB Auburn
  Gilberry, Wallace DE Alabama
  Hunt, Margus DE Southern Methodist
  Kirkpatrick, Dre DB Alabama
  Peerman, Cedric RB Virginia
  Peko, Domata NT Michigan State
  Whitworth, Andrew T Louisiana State
  Winston, Eric G Miami
  Zeitler, Kevin G Wisconsin
     
Cleveland Paea, Stephen DE Oregon State
  Pasztor, Austin T Virginia
  Poyer, Jordan DB Oregon State
  Pryor, Terrelle WR Ohio State
     
Dallas Carr, Brandon DB Grand Valley State
  Church, Barry DB Toledo
  Claiborne, Morris DB Louisiana State
  Cooper, Jonathan G North Carolina
  Crawford, Jack DE Penn State
  Davis, Ryan DE Bethune-Cookman
  Dunbar, Lance RB North Texas
  Durant, Justin LB Hampton
  Escobar, Gavin TE San Diego State
  Gachkar, Andrew LB Missouri
  Leary, Ronald G Memphis
  McClain, Terrell DT South Florida
  McFadden, Darren RB Arkansas
  Moore, Kellen QB Boise State
  Sanchez, Mark QB Southern California
  Thomas, Josh # DB Buffalo
  Wilcox, J.J. DB Georgia Southern
  Williams, Terrance WR Baylor
       
Denver Forsett, Justin RB California
  Gafford, Thomas LS Houston
  Norwood, Jordan WR Penn State
  Okung, Russell T Oklahoma State
  Walker, Vance DE Georgia Tech
  Ware, DeMarcus LB Troy
  Watson, Dekoda LB Florida State
  Webster, Kayvon DB South Florida
  Williams, Sylvester NT North Carolina
  Winn, Billy DE Boise State
       
Detroit Bell, Joique RB Wayne State, Mich.
  Boldin, Anquan WR Florida State
  Bostic, Jon LB Florida
  Bryant, Armonty DE East Central
  Bush, Rafael DB South Carolina State
  Butler, Crezdon DB Clemson
  Bynes, Josh LB Auburn
  Charles, Stefan DT Regina, Can.
  Harbor, Clay TE Missouri State
  Jackson, Asa DB Cal Poly
  Muhlbach, Don LS Texas A&M
  Mulligan, Matthew TE Maine
  Orlovsky, Dan QB Connecticut
  Reiff, Riley T Iowa
  Reynolds, Garrett G North Carolina
  Roberts, Andre WR Citadel
  Taylor, Devin DE South Carolina
  Walker, Tyrunn DT Tulsa
  Warford, Larry G Kentucky
  Wright, Timothy TE Rutgers
       
Green Bay Barclay, Don T West Virginia
  Cook, Jared TE South Carolina
  Goode, Brett LS Arkansas
  Hyde, Micah DB Iowa
  Jones, Datone LB UCLA
  Lacy, Eddie RB Alabama
  Lang, T.J. G Eastern Michigan
  Michael, Christine RB Texas A&M
  Peppers, Julius LB North Carolina
  Perry, Nick LB Southern California
  Tretter, J.C. C Cornell
       
Houston Aboushi, Oday G Virginia
  Bouye, A.J. DB Central Florida
  Demps, Quintin DB Texas-El Paso
  Dent, Akeem LB Georgia
  Griffin, Ryan TE Connecticut
  Grimes, Jonathan RB William & Mary
  Jones, Don DB Arkansas State
  Lechler, Shane P Texas A&M
  Novak, Nick K Maryland
  Simon, John LB Ohio State
  Smith, Antonio DE Oklahoma State
  Still, Devon DE Penn State
  Wilfork, Vince NT Miami
       
Indianapolis Adams, Mike DB Delaware
  Butler, Darius DB Connecticut
  Carter, Chris LB Fresno State
  Cole, Trent LB Cincinnati
  Mathis, Robert LB Alabama A&M
  Thornton, Hugh G Illinois
  Todman, Jordan RB Connecticut
  Turbin, Robert RB Utah State
  Walden, Erik LB Middle Tennessee
       
Jacksonville Alualu, Tyson DE California
  Amukamara, Prince DB Nebraska
  Beachum, Kelvin T Southern Methodist
  Cyprien, Johnathan DB Florida International
  Hill, Jordan DT Penn State
  Joeckel, Luke T Texas A&M
  Omameh, Patrick G Michigan
  Robinson, Denard RB Michigan
  Walters, Bryan WR Cornell
       
Kansas City Davis, Knile RB Arkansas
  Foles, Nick QB Arizona
  Jenkins, Jarvis DE Clemson
  Mauga, Joshua LB Nevada
  Person, Mike C Montana State
  Poe, Dontari NT Memphis
  Reyes, Kendall DE Connecticut
       
L.A. Chargers Addae, Jahleel DB Central Michigan
  Clemens, Kellen QB Oregon
  Cumberland, Jeff TE Illinois
  Hillman, Ronnie RB San Diego State
  Lissemore, Sean NT William & Mary
  McClain, Robert DB Connecticut
  McCluster, Dexter RB Mississippi
  Square, Damion NT Alabama
  Te’o, Manti LB Notre Dame
  Williams, Tourek LB Florida International
  Windt, Mike LS Cincinnati
  Woodhead, Danny RB Chadron State
       
L.A. Rams Britt, Kenny WR Rutgers
  Cunningham, Benny RB Middle Tennessee
  Keenum, Case QB Houston
  McDonald, T.J. DB Southern California
  Quick, Brian WR Appalachian State
  Reynolds, Chase RB Montana
  Thomas, Cam DT North Carolina
  Zuerlein, Greg K Missouri Western
       
Miami Branch, Andre DE Clemson
  Bushrod, Jermon T Towson
  Butler, Donald LB Washington
  Cameron, Jordan TE Southern California
  Chekwa, Chimdi DB Ohio State
  Denney, John LS Brigham Young
  Jenkins, Jelani LB Florida
  Paysinger, Spencer LB Oregon
  Rambo, Bacarri DB Georgia
  Sims, Dion TE Michigan State
  Stills, Kenny WR Oklahoma
  Yates, T.J. QB North Carolina
       
Minnesota Asiata, Matt RB Utah
  Cole, Audie LB North Carolina State
  Ellison, Rhett TE Southern California
  Greenway, Chad LB Iowa
  Hill, Shaun QB Maryland
  Kalil, Matt T Southern California
  Line, Zach RB Southern Methodist
  Locke, Jeff P UCLA
  Long, Jake T Michigan
  Munnerlyn, Captain DB South Carolina
  Newman, Terence DB Kansas State
  Patterson, Cordarrelle WR Tennessee
  Peterson, Adrian RB Oklahoma
  Smith, Andre T Alabama
  Trattou, Justin DE Florida
       
New England Bennett, Martellus TE Texas A&M
  Blount, LeGarrette RB Oregon
  Bolden, Brandon RB Mississippi
  Branch, Alan DT Michigan
  Floyd, Michael WR Notre Dame
  Harmon, Duron DB Rutgers
  Hightower, Dont’a LB Alabama
  Long, Chris DE Virginia
  Mingo, Barkevious LB Louisiana State
  Ryan, Logan DB Rutgers
  Scruggs, Greg TE Louisville
  Sheard, Jabaal DE Pittsburgh
       
New Orleans Barrington, Sam LB South Florida
  Cadet, Travaris RB Appalachian State
  Drescher, Justin LS Colorado
  Evans, Jahri G Bloomsburg
  Fairley, Nick DT Auburn
  Harper, Roman DB Alabama
  Hightower, Tim RB Richmond
  Hills, Tony T Texas
  Kruger, Paul DE Utah
  Lelito, Tim G Grand Valley State
  Mauti, Michael LB Penn State
  Moore, Sterling DB Southern Methodist
  Phillips, John TE Virginia
  Sanford, Jamarca DB Mississippi
  Tapp, Darryl DE Virginia Tech
  Trusnik, Jason LB Ohio Northern
  Webb, B.W. DB William & Mary
  Wilson, Kyle DB Boise State
       
New York Giants Beatty, Will T Connecticut
  Donnell, Larry TE Grambling
  Gould, Robbie K Penn State
  Hall, Leon DB Michigan
  Hankins, Johnathan DT Ohio State
  Herzlich, Mark LB Boston College
  Jerry, John G Mississippi
  Johnson, Josh QB San Diego
  Nassib, Ryan QB Syracuse
  Newhouse, Marshall T Texas Christian
  Rainey, Bobby RB Western Kentucky
  Robinson, Keenan LB Texas
  Sensabaugh, Coty DB Clemson
  Sheppard, Kelvin LB Louisiana State
  Wade, Trevin DB Arizona
       
New York Jets Allen, Antonio # DB South Carolina
  Carter, Bruce LB North Carolina
  Catapano, Mike LB Princeton
  Clady, Ryan T Boise State
  Davis, Kellen # TE Michigan State
  Fitzpatrick, Ryan QB Harvard
  Henderson, Erin LB Maryland
  Ijalana, Ben T Villanova
  Lemonier, Corey DE Auburn
  Martin, Josh LB Columbia
  Purdum, Tanner LS Baker
  Smith, Geno QB West Virginia
       
Oakland Allen, Nate DB South Florida
  Bates, Daren LB Auburn
  Condo, Jon LS Maryland
  Hayden, D.J. DB Houston
  Holmes, Andre WR Hillsdale
  McGee, Stacy DT Oklahoma
  McGloin, Matthew QB Penn State
  Murray, Latavius RB Central Florida
  Riley, Perry LB Louisiana State
  Rivera, Mychal TE Tennessee
  Smith, Malcolm LB Southern California
  Trawick, Brynden DB Troy
  Watson, Menelik T Florida State
       
Philadelphia Braman, Bryan DE West Texas A&M
  Carroll, Nolan DB Maryland
  Logan, Bennie DT Louisiana State
  Tulloch, Stephen LB North Carolina State
  Wisniewski, Stefen C Penn State
       
Pittsburgh Johnson, David TE Arkansas State
  Jones, Jarvis LB Georgia
  Jones, Landry QB Oklahoma
  Mathews, Ricardo DE Cincinnati
  Thomas, Shamarko DB Syracuse
  Timmons, Lawrence LB Florida State
  Wallace, Cody C Texas A&M
  Wheaton, Markus WR Oregon State
  Williams, DeAngelo RB Memphis
       
San Francisco Bellore, Nick LB Central Michigan
  Dawson, Phil K Texas
  Dorsey, Glenn NT Louisiana State
  Draughn, Shaun RB North Carolina
  Dray, Jim TE Stanford
  Gabbert, Blaine QB Missouri
  Gardner, Andrew G Georgia Tech
  Hodges, Gerald LB Penn State
  Jerod-Eddie, Tony DT Texas A&M
Jones, Chris DT Bowling Green
  Kaepernick, Colin QB Nevada
  Kerley, Jeremy WR Texas Christian
  Lewis, Thaddeus QB Duke
  Patton, Quinton WR Louisiana Tech
  Ponder, Christian QB Florida State
  Streater,Rod WR Temple
  Tiller, Andrew G Syracuse
  Wilhoite, Michael LB Washburn
       
Seattle Hauschka, Steven K North Carolina State
  Hester, Devin WR Miami
  Jenkins, John DT Georgia
  Johnson, Jeron DB Boise State
  McCray, Kelcie DB Arkansas State
  McDaniel, Tony DT Tennessee
  Moore, Damontre DE Texas A&M
  Morgan, Michael LB Southern California
  Reece, Marcel RB Washington
  Sowell, Bradley T Mississippi
  Thorpe, Neiko DB Auburn
  Tukuafu, Will # RB Oregon
  Williams, Brandon TE Oregon
  Willson, Luke TE Rice
       
Tampa Bay Cherilus, Gosder T Boston College
  Conte, Chris DB California
  Glennon, Mike QB North Carolina State
  Hawley, Joe C Nevada-Las Vegas
  Hughes, John DT Cincinnati
  Jackson, Vincent WR Northern Colorado
  McDougald, Bradley DB Kansas
  Myers, Brandon TE Iowa
  Robinson, Josh DB Central Florida
  Rodgers, Jacquizz RB Oregon State
  Shepard, Russell WR Louisiana State
  Shorts, Cecil WR Mount Union
  Siliga, Sealver DT Utah
  Smith, Antone RB Florida State
  Smith, Daryl LB Georgia Tech
  Spence, Akeem DT Illinois
       
Tennessee Bass, David LB Missouri Western
  Bell, Byron T New Mexico
  Blake, Antwon DB Texas-El Paso
  Cassel, Matt QB Southern California
  Fasano, Anthony TE Notre Dame
  Johnson, Rashad DB Alabama
  Klug, Karl DE Iowa
  Mariani, Marc WR Montana
  Palmer, Nate LB Illinois State
  Schwenke, Brian C California
  Spence, Sean LB Miami
  Stafford, Daimion DB Nebraska
  Warmack, Chance G Alabama
  Wright, Kendall WR Baylor
       
Washington Baker, Chris DE Hampton
  Garcon, Pierre WR Mount Union
  Garvin, Terence LB West Virginia
  Golston, Kedric NT Georgia
  Hood, Evander DE Missouri
  Ihenacho, Duke DB San Jose State
  Jackson, DeSean WR California
  Jenkins, Cullen DT Central Michigan
  Sullivan, John C Notre Dame
  Toler, Gregory DB St. Paul’s, Va.
  Whitner, Donte DB Ohio State

 

 

In the event that a player in this category has not signed a player contract with a club by July 22, 2017 or the first scheduled day of the first 2017 NFL training camp, whichever is later, he may negotiate or sign a player contract from July 22 until the Tuesday following the 10th week of the regular season, at 4:00 p.m., New York time, only with his prior club, provided that the prior club has extended such player a May 9 tender under Article 9, Section 1(b)(i) of the CBA, as amended.

In the event the player has not signed a player contract with a club by May 9, 2017, and if his prior club has not extended the player a May 9 tender or has withdrawn the tender, the player shall be completely free to negotiate and sign a player contract with any club with no signing deadline applicable to such player.

# Player is a non-compensable unrestricted free agent.

Players with fewer than four accrued seasons who received no qualifying offer or minimum tender from their prior clubs:

Club Player Pos. College
Arizona Catanzaro, Chandler K Clemson
Fells, Darren TE California-Irvine
Atlanta Starr, Tyler LB South Dakota
Wreh-Wilson, Blidi DB Connecticut
     
Baltimore Orr, Zach LB North Texas
     
Buffalo Enemkpali, IK LB Louisiana Tech
Schmidt, Colton P California-Davis
     
Carolina Alecxih, Chas DT Pittsburgh
Brown, Corey WR Ohio State
Byrd, Laron WR Miami
     
Chicago Fales, David QB San Jose State
  Hurst, Demontre DB Oklahoma
  Jones, Christian LB Florida State
  Mason, Danny LB Texas A&M-Commerce
       
Cleveland Neal, Rajion RB Tennessee
  Parks, Dennis WR Rice
  Winston, Glenn RB Northwood, Mich.
  Wynn, Dylan DE Oregon State
     
Denver Brenner, Sam C Utah
     
Green Bay Crockett, John RB North Dakota State
Elliott, Jayrone LB Toledo
  Tripp, Jordan LB Montana
       
Indianapolis Harrison, Jonotthan C Florida
  Kerr, Zach DT Delaware
  McNary, Josh LB Army
       
Jacksonville Banyard, Joe RB Texas-El Paso
     
Kansas City Cook, Kenny WR Gardner-Webb
  Millard, Trey RB Oklahoma
     
L.A. Chargers Butler, Jeremy WR Tennessee-Martin
Herndon, Javontee WR Arkansas
Oliver, Branden RB Buffalo
Palepoi, Tenny DT Utah
Wiggins, Kenny G Fresno State
 
Miami Jones, Dominique TE Shepherd
     
Minnesota Johnson, Charles WR Grand Valley State
     
New England Williams, Michael TE Alabama
     
New Orleans Edebali, Kasim DE Boston College
     
New York Giants Darkwa, Orleans RB Tulane
Edwards, Ben WR Richmond
  Whitlock, Nikita RB Wake Forest
       
New York Jets Bostick, Brandon TE Newberry
  Pennel, Mike DT Colorado State-Pueblo
       
Oakland Edwards, SaQwan DB New Mexico
     
Philadelphia Barner, Kenjon RB Oregon
     
Pittsburgh Anderson, Kevin LB Stanford
  Manhart, Cole G Nebraska-Kearney
Ume-Ezeoke, Valerian G New Mexico State
     
San Francisco Cromartie, Marcus DB Wisconsin
Davis, Chris DB Auburn
Harris, DuJuan RB Troy
     
Seattle Barnes, Tavaris DE Clemson
  Cottom, Brandon TE Purdue
  Coyle, Brock LB Montana
  Jean-Baptiste, Stanley DB Nebraska
Seisay, Mohammed DB Nebraska
  Shead, DeShawn DB Portland State
  Shields, Ronnie TE Kentucky
  Slavin, Tyler WR New Mexico Highlands
  Sommers, Joe TE Wisconsin-Oshkosh
  Terrell, Steven DB Texas A&M
       
Tampa Bay DePaola, Andrew LS Rutgers
Jones, Howard DE Shepherd
     
Tennessee Andrews, Antonio RB Western Kentucky
Supernaw, Phillip TE Ouachita Baptist

 

 

The players in this category may sign a player contract with any club without any penalty or restriction, including, but not limited to, draft choice compensation between clubs or first refusal rights of any kind, or any signing period.
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MLB announces Pirates & Cardinals to play August 20th game in historic Williamsport, Pa. on “Sunday Night Baseball”

BB&T Ballpark at Historic Bowman Field outside of park By Ruhrfisch, CC BY-SA 3.0, https commons.wikimedia.org

 

BB&T Ballpark at Historic Bowman Field panoramic view inside By Ruhrfisch (talk), https commons.wikimedia.org

 

As Part of Little League World Series, Pirates and Cardinals players to attend Little League games during the day; Little Leaguers and their families to attend Major League game at renovated Bowman Field at night

 

The Pittsburgh Pirates and the St. Louis Cardinals will play a special regular season game to celebrate youth baseball during the 2017 Little League World Series in Williamsport, Pennsylvania on Sunday, August 20th, Major League Baseball (MLB) and the Major League Baseball Players Association (MLBPA) jointly announced today. The game will air nationally on ESPN’s “Sunday Night Baseball” and ESPN Radio at 7:00 p.m. (ET).

MLB and the MLBPA will host the “MLB Little League Classic,” in which the Pirates will be the home team, at a renovated BB&T Ballpark at Historic Bowman Field, the home of the Class-A Williamsport Crosscutters of the NY-Penn League. To start the day, Major Leaguers will attend Little League World Series games as a unified demonstration of their passion and commitment to helping grow the game at the youth level. This day-long baseball celebration culminates later that night, when the Pirates and Cardinals host Little Leaguers and their families at the MLB Little League Classic.

The Little League Baseball® World Series is an international championship tournament for children ages 10-12 held annually in Williamsport, the headquarters for Little League International. Each year, countries from around the world compete on a global stage with games airing on ESPN and streamed via WatchESPN. Major Leaguers (active through 2016) who have played in the Little League World Series include Michael Conforto (2004, National Little League, Schenectady, N.Y.), Todd Frazier (1998, Toms River American Little League, Toms River, N.J.), Randal Grichuk (2003 & 2004, Lamar National Little League, Richmond, Texas), Lance Lynn (1999, Brownsburg Little League, Brownsburg, Ind.), Yusmeiro Petit (1994, Coquivacoa Little League, Maracaibo, Venezuela), Jurickson Profar (2004, Oabao Little League, Willemstad, Curaçao), Colby Rasmus (1999, Phenix City National Little League, Phenix City, Ala.), Michael Saunders (1999, Gordon Head Little League, Victoria, British Columbia), Jonathan Schoop (2004, Pabao Little League, Willemstad, Curaçao), Ruben Tejada (2001, Activo 20-30 Little League, Santiago, Panama) and Devon Travis (2003, East Boynton Beach Little League, Boynton Beach, FLa.). Additionally, Tampa Bay Rays manager Kevin Cash played in the 1989 Little League World Series for Northside Little League out of Tampa, Fla.

Major League Baseball and the Players Association continue to commit resources to growing the games of baseball and softball, on both the grassroots and developmental levels. In particular, MLB and the MLBPA jointly support a variety of programs through the MLB-MLBPA Youth Development Foundation, including the Elite Development Invitational. Through the Major League Baseball Players Trust, the charitable arm of the MLBPA, Players are dedicated to providing baseball and baseball related experiences to underserved youth, special needs youth and the children of veterans and active military personnel. The PLAY BALL initiative, which is supported by both USA Baseball and USA Softball, is MLB’s collective effort to encourage young people and communities to participate in baseball- or softball-related activities, including formal leagues, events and casual forms of play. PLAY BALL events have become MLB’s signature youth engagement activity during the professional and amateur baseball and softball calendar, including key dates throughout the MLB offseason and into the World Series. MLB and all 30 Clubs have committed $40 million of resources toward the growth and sustainability of the Reviving Baseball in Inner Cities (RBI) program. Additionally, MLB supports developmental initiatives aimed at engaging underserved communities, particularly MLB Youth Academies and amateur development camps such as the Dream Series and the Breakthrough Series.

BB&T Ballpark at Historic Bowman Field, which opened in 1926, is the second oldest Minor League ballpark in the United States. More than 560 Major Leaguers, including Hall of Famers Nolan Ryan, Bill Mazeroski, Jim Rice and Jim Bunning, have worn a professional baseball uniform for Williamsport.

ESPN’s Sunday Night Baseball commentators – Dan Shulman, analysts Jessica Mendoza and Aaron Boone, and reporter Tim Kurkjian – will call the MLB Little League Classic. The game will also be available on ESPN Radio, ESPN Deportes, ESPN Deportes Radio and streamed via WatchESPN. MLB Network and MLB.com also will provide comprehensive coverage of the event.

This event follows the successful Fort Bragg Game in 2016, the first regular season game of a professional sport ever played on an active military base.

 

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NFL Network to air return of ‘Path to the Draft’ Special Monday, March 13

Airs Monday-Friday at 6:00 PM ET Leading Up to the 2017 NFL Draft​

Daniel Jeremiah, Bucky Brooks, Curtis Conway, Charley Casserly & Cynthia Frelund Join Host Rhett Lewis

One-Hour Show Breaks Down Top Prospects & Delves Into Team Needs for All 32 NFL Teams

With the 2017 NFL Scouting Combine in the books, the journey to Philadelphia and the 2017 NFL Draft continues with the return of Path to the Draft on NFL Network.

Starting Monday, March 13 and airing Monday-Friday at 6:00 PM ET on NFL Network, Path to the Draft provides in-depth analysis of all the top prospects, in-studio appearances and live interviews, reports from Pro Days around the country and more leading up to the 2017 NFL Draft in Philadelphia (April 27-29). Path to the Draft re-airs nightly at 8:00 PM10:00 PM and 12 Midnight ET.

NFL Network analysts Daniel Jeremiah (@MoveTheSticks), Bucky Brooks (@BuckyBrooks), Curtis Conway (@CurtisConway80) and Charley Casserly (@CharleyCasserly), and NFL Media analytics expert Cynthia Frelund (@cfrelund) join host Rhett Lewis (@RhettNFL) to delve into all 32 NFL teams’ needs, break down which players can help each team and discuss where in the draft teams can select the players to help them next season.

Additionally, NFL Network’s draft expert Mike Mayock (@MikeMayock) travels to top Pro Days to provide on-location analysis and interviews, and NFL Fantasy expert Michael Fabiano (@Michael_Fabiano) analyzes the fantasy impact the top prospects will have in their rookie season.

The one-hour Path to the Draft is bookended by Up to the Minute at 5:00 PM ET and NFL Total Access at 7:00 PM ET for a three-hour live block of programming on NFL Network Monday-Friday providing the latest news and analysis from around the National Football League.

NFL.com’s College Football 24/7 (NFL.com/cfb@NFL_CFB) offers comprehensive draft coverage, featuring the latest mock drafts, positional rankings and Daniel Jeremiah’s Top 50 prospect list, as well as news stories surrounding the top prospects.

Available on NFL.com/cfb right now:

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