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Le'Veon Bell Headshot

Le’Veon Bell, who is appealing a four-game suspension for violating the NFL’s drug policy, said ‘I’m not going to miss games, trust me.’

According to the NFL's collective bargaining agreement, a player can miss up to two drug tests without being suspended, but a third missed test would result in a four game ban. Bell claims he will appeal the suspension and expects to win his case. Fantasy owners will be paying close attention to this as Bell figures to be a top-five pick in most leagues.
34 minutes ago
Anthony Davis Headshot

Retired OT Anthony Davis said he applied for reinstatement to the NFL Monday.

Davis retired after the 2014 season citing that he needed a year off to get his mind and body healthy. Drafted in 2010 Davis has started all 71 games he has appeared in but was limited to just seven games in 2014 due to injury.
37 minutes ago
Gleyber Torres Headshot

Gleybar Torres has been traded to the Yankees.

Gleybar Torres is considered by MLB.com to be among the top 10 best shortstop prospects in baseball and entered the 2016 season as the 41st ranked prospect according to Baseball America. He is currently playing for High-A Myrtle Beach where he is hitting .275 with 62 runs, nine home runs, 47 RBI and 19 stolen bases.
1 hour ago
Adam Warren Headshot

Adam Warren has been traded back to the Yankees in the deal that sent Aroldis Chapman to the Cubs

Warren was with the Yankees from 2012-2015 where he went 13-15 with a 3.66 ERA over 147 games (20 starts). He was traded to the Cubs as part of the deal for Starlin Castro this offseason but will now head back to the Yankees in the Aroldis Chapman trade. Warren struggled with the Cubs this season going 3-2 with a 5.91 ERA.
1 hour ago
Max Muncy Headshot

Athletics recall INF/OF Max Muncy from Triple-A Nashville.

Muncy has played 14 games for the A's this season already but hit just .257 with three runs and two RBI. At Triple-A this season he hit .251 with 34 runs, eight home runs, 26 RBI and five stolen bases.
1 hour ago
Aroldis Chapman Headshot

According to Jon Heyman, the Cubs and Yankees have agreed to a deal for LHP Aroldis Chapman for SS Gleyber Torres, RHP Adam Warren, OF Billy McKinney and one other prospect.

The Yankees are officially in sell mode and the first to take advantage of that is old foe Theo Epstein as he snags closer Aroldis Chapman from the Yankees in a deal centered around the Cubs top prospect Gleyber Torres who entered the 2016 season as the 41st ranked prospect in baseball according to Baseball America. Chapman is 3-0 with 20 saves and a 2.01 ERA over 31 games for the Yankees this season and should immediately slot into the Cubs closers role with Hector Rodon becoming the team's setup man. Torres is considered by MLB.com to be among the top 10 best shortstop prospects in baseball and he is currently playing for High-A Myrtle Beach where he is hitting .275 with 62 runs, nine home runs, 47 RBI and 19 stolen bases.
1 hour ago
Eddie Lacy Headshot

When asked about the conditioning of Eddie Lacy Packers coach Mike McCarthy stated that he has not yet seen Lacy and will know more about his conditioning when he sees him at practice.

We found out from the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel that Eddie Lacy came into Packers training camp weighing 260 pounds last July which was 29 pounds more than he weighed at the NFL combine. We have all seen the pictures this offseason of Lacy after doing P-90X and looking trim and cut once again. Most expect him to show into camp weighing in around 240-245. Lets just wait and see.
1 hour ago
Blake Bortles Headshot

Blake Bortles said he spent 6 days with throwing coach Tom House in California fine-tuning his mechanics and making a few minor tweaks.

You have to love seeing reports like this especially from a guy coming off a break out season. Bortles is obviously trying to avoid a sophomore slump in 2016. Bortles has also spent time learning from veteran quarterbacks in the league and what has made them so successful. He has a lot of room to improve as he led the league with 18 interceptions last year and completed just 58.6 percent of his passes. Lets see if the hard work paid off.
2 hours ago
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