Couch Side has a plethora of opinions in this episode with Sean Schoonover, left, and Craig Paul, middle, calling host Wade McMillin in the studio this week.
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After one week off, the Couch Side gang is back. This week host Wade McMillin is on the phone with usual co-host Craig Paul and good friend Sean Schoonover joined the show for this week’s Head to Head Honchos. This week’s topics include: a review of Week 6 of the NFL, a look at Week 7, the MLB playoffs and even more Fantasy Football advice. Click below to get started!
The manner in which teams are — or, in some cases, aren’t — continuing to pay their minor league players has drawn increased attention as the end of the month draws near. Major League teams agreed back in March to pay minor league players $400 per week through the end of May, but most minor…
May 29: Heyman now tweets that Gonzalez is not among the Mariners players who have been released. The Score’s Robert Murray adds, though, that the Seattle organization has released more than 50 minor league players. May 28: The Mariners have released veteran outfielder Carlos Gonzalez, MLB Network’s Jon Heyman tweets. As a reminder, Major League transactions […]
10:11pm: The Cubs have let go of 30 minor leaguers, according to Maddie Lee and Gordon Wittenmyer of NBC Sports Chicago. However, aside from Stewart and Asuaje, the identities of the players aren’t yet known. 7:16pm: There are minor league cuts happening across baseball, and though the Cubs’ full list isn’t out yet, right-hander Brock…
The 15th overall pick in the 2009 NBA draft, Austin Daye spent his first six professional seasons in the NBA, primarily with the Pistons. Having played in international leagues since then, Daye is a candidate to return to the NBA this year, according to Emiliano Carchia of Sportando. As Carchia reports, Daye has an out […]
Despite the fact that Bradley Beal signed a contract extension with the Wizards last fall and remains locked up through at least 2022, he continues to be the subject of trade rumors and speculation. Most recently, a New York Daily News report indicated the Nets were having internal discussions about potential avenues of acquiring Beal. […]
MAY 29: The Bulls won’t reopen their facility today, but have received the go-ahead to open their doors for individual workouts beginning next Wednesday, June 3, tweets K.C. Johnson. That’s the date that the city’s “phase three” plan begins for reopening following coronavirus closures. According to Johnson (Twitter link), new Bulls execs Arturas Karnisovas a […]
49ers DE Dee Ford told reporters on Friday that he had knee surgery a couple of weeks after the season. Ford said it was “a pretty extensive cleanup,” but he feels great now, per Matt Maiocco. Ford is confident the injury is behind him and he says he’s now able to “explode” off of his […] The post 49ers DE Dee Ford Had “Pretty Extensive” Knee Cleanup Surgery […]
Field Yates of ESPN reports that the Texans and G Zach Fulton have agreed to a reworked contract. According to Yates, Fulton was due $14 million over the next two years with no guaranteed money. He now receives $5 million guaranteed in 2020 and $3 million non-guaranteed for the 2021 season. Fulton, 28, is a […] The post Texans Restructure G Zach Fulton’s Con […]
On Friday, Browns GM Andrew Berry announced the following additions to their front office staff. Kwesi Adofo-Mensah — VP Football Operations Ryan Grigson — Senior Football Advisor Charles Walls — National Scout Josh Cox — Northwest Area Scout Nate Sterken – Lead Data Scientist Andrew Jackson – Data Architect / Systems Developer Kevin Lewis – […] The post Br […]