Dodgers have let it be known they plan to go all-out in their efforts to sign Masahiro Tanaka, saying they and certainly won't be out-bid.
The Dodgers new television deal is for something like $867 trillion dollars so they can basically outspend everyone on the planet if they want to add someone. It's not like the Dodgers need more starters, not if Josh Beckett or Chad Billingsley is healthy enough to hold down the 5th spot in the rotation. ANALYST: Ray Flowers
Shaquille Riddick sat out Monday's practice with a sore hamstring.
This hamstring injury has limited Riddick this offseason, pushing him even farther behind his teammates. He has missed the last three weeks and it's hurting his progress on learning the team's playbook through physical practicing. He is expected to miss the rest of this week in order to try to be as healthy as possible for the start of mandatory minicamp. Analysis: Colby Conway
Chargers are working to extend DT Corey Liuget's contract.
Liuget has been a constant producer for the Chargers over the past four season. He has played in all but one game, showing that he is durable and can survive the NFL gauntlet. He has 18 career sacks, along with five forced fumbles, four fumble recoveries and 169 tackles. 2015 will be no different than years past, as Liuget will be a regular on the San Diego defensive line. Analysis: Colby Conway
Dolphins are converting wide receiver Tony Lippett to cornerback in OTAs.
Lippett recorded three interceptions in today's practice, so early signs point to this move being rather smart by Miami. It could just be a flash in the pan, but there is hope that Lippett can make the transition and help out the Miami secondary here and there. Being a receiver most of his life will help him track the ball as a corner, but he needs the reps at the corner position to master the intricacies. Analysis: Colby Conway