DeMarcus Ware doesn’t know why Dez Bryant remains without a job
Fifty-four days after the Cowboys released him, Dez Bryant remains without a new home. A recent report said the receiver is content to wait until the start of training camp to find the right fit.
But the Ravens are the only team known to have made an offer to Bryant.
This most unusual of Patriots offseasons hits another checkpoint this week with the team’s first mandatory activity, which is expected to coincide with the arrival of Tom Brady and Rob Gronkowski to New England’s offseason program. After turning over a few rocks, here are five points I’d make on where the team stands: One, the biggest question right now is how much the absence of Brady and Gronk has affected the first seven weeks of the program. And the answer I’ve gotten is that it really hasn’t.
Belichick was also asked if he had any concerns about the two players being all in for the 2018 season. He said it’s always been that way ever since they’ve been on the team while again directing questions about the players’ feelings to the players themselves.
Only three players hit 20 home runs, stole 20 bases and hit.300 last season: two-time MVP Mike Trout, 2017 AL MVP Jose Altuve and Pham. Prior to Pham in 2017, no Cardinal had ever posted a 20-20-.300 season. — McTigue, ESPN Stats & Information
Sanó was an All-Star for the first time last season, becoming the youngest Twins third baseman to make the All-Star team since Rich Rollins in 1962. Sanó also had a 92.3 mph average exit velocity in 2017, the fourth highest of any player with at least 100 batted ball results. — Harrison Marder, ESPN Stats & Information
Last season, Gregorius posted career highs in home runs (25), RBIs (87), OPS (.796), and runs (73). Gregorius also came up big in October, when he became the first player in MLB history with three home runs in winner-take-all games during the same postseason. — Marder, ESPN Stats & Information