Texans rank Deshaun Watson as fourth-chain QB

What was supposed to be true was confirmed on Wednesday. The Houston Texans listed quarterback Deshaun Watson fourth on their unofficial first depth draw before Saturday’s preseason opener at the Green Bay Packers: Veteran and alleged QB1 Tyrod Taylor is set to see some action at Green Bay, but Jeff Driskel and Davis Mills will […]

Zach Wilson isn’t afraid of making mistakes in training

Rich Cimini ESPN and others have documented the “rookie hiccups” suffered by first-year New York Jets quarterback and second draft pick Zach Wilson. Wilson didn’t agree to the terms of his first NFL contract until July 29 and struggled to take on first-team reps this summer. By Kevin Patra From the official NFL website, Wilson […]

Rafael Nadal absent from Western and Southern Open due to injury

The three biggest names in men’s tennis are battling against the clock to reach their peak form ahead of the US Open which kicks off August 30 in New York City. By The Associated Press (h / t ESPN), Rafael Nadal is retiring from the upcoming Western & Southern Open to be held in Cincinnati, […]

Becky Hammon: “Please don’t hire me to check a box”

In the eyes of most observers and analysts, current San Antonio Spurs assistant Becky Hammon will eventually become the first woman to serve as head coach of the NBA. It wasn’t meant to be this time around for the 44-year-old, who first joined Gregg Popovich’s side ahead of the 2014-15 season. She was reportedly a […]

White Sox put Carlos Rodon on IL with shoulder fatigue

The Chicago White Sox put star left-hander Carlos Rodon on the left shoulder injury list, the team announced Wednesday morning. Rodon was supposed to start Thursday’s Field of Dreams game against the New York Yankees in northeast Iowa. According to James Fegan of The Athletic, Lance Lynn will now start this match in his stead. […]

Wentz and Nelson tend to play for the Colts in Week 1

Indianapolis Colts quarterback Carson Wentz and goaltender Quenton Nelson tend to play Week 1 against the Seattle Seahawks after foot surgeries, according to ESPN’s Chris Mortensen. The Colts announced last week that Wentz and Nelson would be sidelined five to 12 weeks after undergoing surgery to repair the same foot injury. Wentz will begin rehab […]

Colts’ Wentz, Nelson ahead of schedule, could start week 1

This follows a lot of encouraging news regarding the franchise. The Head Coach Frank Reich and CEO Chris Ballard just received contract extensions until 2026 earlier today, and sixth-round rookie pick Sam Ehlinger has just started dividing first-team reps with second-year quarterback Jacob Eason for provide healthy competition in place of Wentz. So not only […]

Colts sign Chris Ballard and Frank Reich for contract extensions

The Indianapolis Colts will see some key decision-makers stay during the 2026 campaign as the franchise has signed general manager Chris Ballard and head coach Frank Reich for contract extensions. “At Chris Ballard and Frank Reich we have such a formidable GM and head coach combination as in the NFL, and I can’t tell you […]

The delight of Summer League hikes

There are end-of-bench concerts to be won. First-round rookies, of course, discover some things, but they operate with considerable leeway, slipping through any gears they might need in a regular season that they’re almost guaranteed to make. What could Jonathan Kuminga show the Warriors that would make them think of him differently? It’s been established […]