Tuesday, April 24, 2018

Adam Greene

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Seahawks Trade Michael Bennett to Eagles; Is Richard Sherman Next?

If the Seattle Seahawks are going to make a return trip to the postseason in 2018, they'll have to do it without defensive end Michael Bennett. While the trade can't officially happen until the new league year, the Seahawks have agreed to trade Bennett and a 2018 seventh-round pick to the Philadelphia Eagles in exchange for wide receiver Marcus Johnson and the Eagles' 2018 fifth-round pick.

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Rams Franchise Lamarcus Joyner; Sammy Watkins Will be Free Agent

Just hours before the franchise tag deadline Tuesday, the Los Angeles Rams made the hard choice, placing the non-exclusive franchise tag on safety Lamarcus Joyner. The move will make wide receiver Sammy Watkins a free agent when the new league year begins.

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Cowboys Franchise Demarcus Lawrence

After years of floundering with their pass rush, the Dallas Cowboys finally developed one last season thanks in large part to the emergence of defensive end Demarcus Lawrence. With just a week and a half before free agency begins, the Cowboys ensured they'll keep Lawrence's services at least another season by placing the franchise tag on the pro bowler.

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Rams Will Trade Robert Quinn to Dolphins

It's still nearly two weeks before the official new league year begins, but the Los Angeles Rams continue to make moves to alter their roster. Just moments ago, the Rams announced they had reached an agreement with the Miami Dolphins to trade defensive end/outside linebacker Robert Quinn in exchange for draft pick compensation. The Rams and Dolphins will also switch a couple of late-round picks.

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Survivor Ghost Island Betting Odds

Survivor

CBS’ Survivor has returned for Season 36 with a two-hour premiere. Survivor: Ghost Island is already filled with many twists, turns and, of course, annoying contestants. Twenty competitors have been left on the island of Fiji to compete for the one-million-dollar prize and we have the Survivor Ghost Island Betting Odds here for wagering.

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Jets Cut Muhammad Wilkerson; Forte Retires

Just two years after re-signing him to an $86 million contract extension, the New York Jets decided they'd seen enough of defensive end Muhammad Wilkerson. Wednesday, the team announced they'd released the former first round pick.

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Rams Surrender Second and Fourth for Peters

All the secrecy surrounding the trade that sent Pro Bowl cornerback Marcus Peters from the Kansas City Chiefs to the Los Angeles Rams a few days ago cleared up Monday. Though the trade can't be made official until the new league year begins on March 14, the Chiefs will receive a 2018 fourth round pick and a 2019 second round pick in exchange for Peters' services in the defensive backfield.

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Supreme Court Betting Props

There are some important cases for the Supreme Court to rule on over the next few months. In particular, the court has a few pivotal decisions to make in regards to the interpretation of the Fourth Amendment in the modern era. We will see police power either expanded or reigned in with the Supreme Court’s rulings in Carpenter v. U.S. and Collins v. Virginia.

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Christie v. NCAA Betting Props

Sports bettors across the United States are eagerly anticipating the ruling of Christie v. NCAA sometime in the next few months. The result of the ruling will determine whether or not states other than Nevada can allow fully legal sports betting in all of its forms. This case will be combined with New Jersey Thoroughbred Horsemen v. NCAA, a case that has attracted considerably less attention due to its more complex nature.

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2019: Super Bowl LIII Futures

When Super Bowl LIII is kicked off in Atlanta on Feb. 3, 2019, will we get two new teams matched up for the Vince Lombardi Trophy? The oddsmakers don't seem to think so. Taking a look at the 2018 Super Bowl Futures, it's clear the books are banking on a rematch between the New England Patriots and Philadelphia Eagles.

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