Browns trade Randall Telfer to Chiefs for Dadi Nicolas

John Dorsey hasn’t been afraid to wheel and deal with his new Cleveland Browns roster this offseason, and that certainly didn’t change with the end of the NFL draft over the weekend.

The general manager dealt tight end Randall Telfer on Wednesday to the Chiefs for linebacker Dadi Nicolas, Kansas City announced.

If there’s anyone in Cleveland that should be familiar with Nicolas, it’s Dorsey, who as Chiefs general manager in 2016, drafted the former Virginia Tech pass rusher in the sixth round. Nicolas played in 11 games that year, but suffered a knee injury late in the season that ultimately cost him the 2017 season as well.

The Packers drafted defenders in the first three rounds then added a barrage of receivers with size to fill Jordy Nelson’s void. That will mesh well with new tight end Jimmy Graham, who caught 10 touchdowns a year ago. 

In the backfield, the Packers seem content to roll with a committee, which features Jamaal Williams, Ty Montgomery and Aaron Jones. All involved should have it easier than last year with Rodgers back. 

While the Packers will have a Rodgers extension floating over their heads and face a bit of friction over quarterbacks coach Alex Van Pelt’s departure, Rodgers will still have them high in the offensive rankings by year’s end if he plays most of the games. 

I’ve never been to London, but I’m looking forward to, Yankees manager Aaron Boone said before his club wrapped up a four-game series against the Houston Astros at Minute Maid Park. It’s a long ways off, but hopefully it’s something that’s good for our game and grows our game obviously in Europe. Hopefully getting two big teams out there will be a great thing for the sport.

It’s a long ways off, but it’s something to look forward to.

UPDATE: Robby Anderson’s attorney, Ed O’Donnell, told NJ Advance Media on Thursday that he sorted out this matter earlier in the day, at a Broward County court. O’Donnell said the arrest warrant for Anderson has been lifted, because this was a clerical error, and not even the prosecutor was notified that Anderson was supposed to be in court Tuesday for an arraignment. Anderson’s next court date is July 19 Cheap Authentic Soccer Jerseys a procedural hearing. O’Donnell does not expect the case to go to trial. He said the matter likely will be Cheap Authentic Baseball Jerseys resolved July 19 or even before that.

Troubled Jets wide receiver Robby Anderson is in trouble again.

The coaches who knew Hunt best might have been shocked

Hunt could be the running back who makes it happen. He has a league-best 502 rushing yards; Todd Gurley, No. 2 on the list, has 362. Hunt strongly suggested he belonged in the same class with the big-name backs drafted ahead of him — namely Leonard Fournette and Christian McCaffrey — after he fumbled away his very first professional carry against the Patriots. Hunt hadn’t lost a fumble over four years and 782 carries at Toledo, and yet he recovered against the Patriots to finish with three touchdowns and 246 yards from scrimmage, a record for an NFL debut.

The coaches who knew Hunt best might have been shocked, but they weren’t surprised. Matt Duffy, his high school coach at Ohio’s Willoughby South, told ESPN.com on Monday that one major college recruiter who passed on Hunt once asked Duffy, “Where do you think he can play?” Duffy answered that question this way:

9:30 p.m. — Touchdown, Buccaneers. Doug Martin 1 yard for the TD with 8:26 left before the half. Officials earlier gave Martin an 11-yard touchdown run before replay review overturned the call and determined his knee was down at the 1. Martin has seven carries for 55 yards and a touchdown so far.

9:03 p.m. — Field goal, New England. DionLewis gets free for a 31-yard rush, the Cheap Authentic Jerseys From China longest run of his career. The Patriots take advantage of the run and Cheap Authentic Soccer Jerseys put the first points on the board with a Stephen Gostkowski field goal.

8:30 p.m. — Those in Raymond James Stadium observe a moment of silence and shine their cell phone lights out of respect for the victims of Sunday’s mass shooting in Las Vegas.