UPDATES & NEWS
Joe Philbin said Knowshon Moreno's conditioning is pretty good for this time of year but there's room for improvement before camp.
No one is surprised that Moreno is running ahead of Lamar Miller, Daniel Thomas, and Mike Gillislee in Miami are they? Miller is the most talented pure runner on Miami's roster, but Moreno is just more reliable at this point and not to mention his superior passing blocking ability. The Dolphins will still play the running back by committee game but once the dust settles Moreno will come out on top in the end because of his consistency over the length of the season. New play caller Bill Lazor hails from Philadelphia, a run-heavy team. So expect the Dolphins' team rushing attempts to take a significant 2014 leap. ANALYST: Drew Phelps
Daniel Nava is planning to only hit from the left side during this spring.
Not that cutting back on the switch-hitting is going to affect his standing with the team at all. The problem is that Nava is seen as nothing more than a fourth outfielder type guy an the Red Sox are just too stacked right now for him to warrant much consideration. His best bet is to land with a different team and try from there. The Red Sox depth chart is going to be extremely difficult even for him to climb. Analysis: Howard Bender
Joe Kelly will pitch the Grapefruit League opener Thursday.
Kelly is currently penciled in as the Red Sox' No. 4 starter and will continue to throw with that game plan in place. He threw 96.1 innings between his time with the Cardinals and the Sox and while his command could have been a little stronger, he maintained passable ratios and a strong groundball rate. He's a tough one to trust but could be an interesting waiver option in deep mixed leagues. Analysis: Howard Bender