That was the report in late March — that he won’t do anything until he receives the final reward he clearly deserves from the Giants. And with mandatory minicamp happening this week, Beckham reportedly will be there. The question is whether he’ll be on the field.
Also, the report says he’s traveling to New York with plans of attending. Plans often change. And maybe his plans will change, if his agent tells him that it’s not looking as if the Giants will be giving Beckham the kind of contract he wants.
That’s ultimately the question. Will the Giants give him what he wants? If not, will they trade him to a team who will? That window seems to be closed for now; depending on the depth of the divide between team and player, maybe it will creep back onto the table.
C.J. has really jumped out, Carroll said, via the Seattle Times. He’s looked good now. He knows he’s battling [for a roster spot].
The Seahawks currently have five running backs on the roster: Penny, Prosise, Chris Carson, J.D. McKissic, and Mike Davis.
Of course, the Seahawks have their leading rushing from last year, by a margin of 346 yards. His name is Russell Wilson.
Which sort of underscores the entire problem.
Blame the blister! The Los Angeles Angels have a lot of decisions to make regarding their rotation in the upcoming week, after Shohei Ohtani’s placement on the DL. While odds are good that Andrew Heaney, fresh off his birthday shutout this past Tuesday, will see two starts in the upcoming week and that Jaime Barria is likely to return from Triple-A Salt Lake for a start in the upcoming Seattle series, there’s too much uncertainty here to predict the exact day any of the team’s starters will actually end up taking the mound.