Based on a new trademark request by Nike for Odell Beckham Jr., it appears we’ll be seeing some new product with a new OBJ log hit the shelves sometime in the near future.
ESPN’s Darren Rovell shared the image and noted the sports gear manufacturing giant has filed to trademark said logo.
Bears iPad among items stolen from first-round pick Roquan Smith’s car
Roquan Smith, the Bears’ first-round pick in last month’s draft, is missing a Bears iPad after it was stolen from his car over the weekend.
The Dolphins invested a fair amount in Gesicki by drafting him 42nd overall (fun fact: Rob Gronkowski was also drafted 42nd in 2010) and he’s certainly an impressive athlete for his size (6’6/252). Miami filled its slot void by signing Danny Amendola this offseason, but even if he stays healthy (that’s always a big if with Amendola), I don’t see him coming close to the 160 targets Landry drew in 2017. That should open up looks for Gesicki, especially in the short passing game, where Ryan Tannehill has traditionally done most of his damage.
So, with that, his tenure as a member of the Saints ended on Monday with his release, according to a source who confirmed news originally reported by the Boston Globe.
The move isn’t entirely unexpected. It seemed as though New Orleans was planning to move on for months before this move was made.
Two former Detroit Lions employees have filed a lawsuit against the team and the National Football League claiming they were discriminated against because of their age and race when they were fired in January.
The men, Michael Richardson, 52, of Taylor, and Robert Yanagi, 58, of Northville, were employees in the Lions’ video-operations department. Yanagi was Richardon’s boss.
The lawsuit was filed April 5 in Wayne County Circuit Court, with Richardson and Yanagi seeking damages as a result of loss of past and future earnings, emotional distress and damage to their professional reputations.