Getty Images Saints cornerback Marshon Lattimore was arrested late Thursday night in Cleveland. Adam Ferrise of Cleveland.com reports that Lattimore was booked into the Cuyahoga County Jail on a charge of receiving stolen property. Formal charges have not been filed at this time. Records from the jail show that police gang investigators arrested Lattimore around 10:30 p.m. ET on Thursday. Other details regarding what led to the arrest are not known at this time. Lattimore grew up in Cleveland and attended Ohio State before being picked by the Saints in the first round of the 2017 draft. He is heading into the final year of his contract with the team. … [Read more...] about Marshon Lattimore arrested on suspicion of receiving stolen property
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Miami’s “big three” have a message: Don’t save it, spend it. If one thing was clear from the NBA Finals and the way the Spurs easily handled the Heat the last three games, it’s that Miami needs to revamp its roster some to compete with the best of the West. Not the tear down to the studs rebuild that some talking heads suggest, but they need to get deeper, more athletic — and that takes some money. The Heat can’t change that dynamic with veteran minimum guys. The challenge there is that if LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh all opt in for next season, with Norris Cole locked in, the Heat are at the salary cap line (and that is before Udonis Haslem decides whether to opt in for $4.6 million). Pat Riley can recruit with the best of them, but the people he wants to recruit want to get paid and other teams can offer that. Which is why it has been suggested that Miami’s “big three” would all opt out then re-sign in Miami for less money. However, LeBron doesn’t want to take … [Read more...] about Report: LeBron doesn’t want to take pay cut just to save Heat owner tax money
But the England forward has another three years on his contract and a deal will not come easy for suitors. Manchester City are the latest club to be linked with Kane, as they assess their options if they cannot land Erling Haaland this close-season. TOP STORY - TOTTENHAM WARD OFF KANE INTEREST Tottenham have placed a £175million price tag on Harry Kane amid reports of interest in their star captain. The Sun has reported Tottenham are unwilling to sell Kane, let alone to a Premier League rival such as City. Mourinho expects 'strange' transfer window, downplays Kane transfer talk Kane is understood be content to stay at Tottenham and the price tag will likely deter any continental interest. Harry Kane set to STAY at Tottenham with club refusing to sell him to PL rival https://t.co/QE0Y9TCcEz — Sun Sport (@SunSport) April 1, 2021 ROUND-UP - Real Madrid are willing to sell one Norwegian Martin Odegaard , who is on loan at Arsenal , to generate the … [Read more...] about Rumour Has It: Tottenham place monster price tag on hot property Kane
Getty Images For most of its history, the National Football League has done everything in its power to avoid the appearance that there’s any connection between football and gambling. That has changed dramatically in recent years. In announcing the NFL’s new television contracts on Thursday, Commissioner Roger Goodell highlighted gambling as one of the reasons football is a valuable media property, and he said the NFL is continuing to look at how it can do more to appeal to people who bet on the game. “We’re going to find ways we can engage fans through legalized sports betting,” Goodell said. That is an enormous departure from where the NFL used to be with gambling, a sea change in the NFL’s approach. But the NFL recognizes the opportunities to attract more fans through gambling. The NFL has the right to opt out of its new TV deals after seven years, and if an increase in the number of people betting on games results in more viewers, the league’s next TV deals could be … [Read more...] about Goodell: NFL eager to engage fans through legalized sports betting
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