Dez Bryant says he might wait until later in season to sign
Now that free agent wide receiver Dez Bryant teaming up with the Cleveland Browns is unlikely, the former Pro Bowler is in a wait-and-see approach. Bryant was offered less than $5 million per season by the Browns after the two sides met earlier in the month. It’s the second offer he’s turned down since the Dallas Cowboys released him back in the spring.With Week 1 approaching, Bryant is now indicating that he could wait until later in the season to sign.I can I just have to take care of me first….gave to much love and not received at least half back…I will play ball this year just might be a lil bit later in the year..
Hurricanes GM hopes to re - sign Sebastian Aho before season starts . Aho recorded 65 last season to lead the Hurricanes , and after Jeff Skinner and Elias Lindholm were jettisoned this summer there’s little reason to think he Now that the team has moved forward Jeff Skinner, the Carolina
Sebastian Aho Bio. If his first two NHL seasons are any indication, the Carolina Hurricanes hit a home run when they selected Aho , a forward from He returned to Karpat for the 2015-16 season and finished with 45 points (20 goals, 25 assists) in 45 games, but his best hockey may have come at the
The Hurricanes are expected to pick up extension discussions with winger
Aho has quickly established himself as one of Carolina’s top offensive weapons, leading the team in scoring last season with 65 points in 78 games. He’s entering the final year of his entry-level contract that carries a cap hit of just $925K in base pay (with an extra $850K in potential performance bonuses). Needless to say, the Hurricanes will have to give Aho considerably more than that to get him to put pen to paper on a new contract.
USMNT roster for Brazil includes a number of MLS stars
The youthful U.S. men's national team roster pulled together for Friday's match against Brazil includes a number of Major League Soccer standouts. The Red Bulls and the Columbus Crew each have three players on interim coach Dave Sarachan's roster heading into the game in East Rutherford, New Jersey. The list includes Gyasi Zardes, the most capped among the MLS players with 38 national team appearances. Meanwhile, Red Bulls defender Aaron Long is looking for his first cap. In all, 12 of the domestic league's players got a call-up.
” Sebastian Aho accepted our offer,” said Bergevin. Aho just completed his third season in the NHL and has shown consistent improvement every season . The 21-year-old scored 30 goals and added 53 assists this past season and was a major part of the Hurricanes unexpected run to the Eastern
The Carolina Hurricanes believe that the Canadiens and GM Marc Bergevin got sold a bill of goods Dundon said during Tuesday’s conference call that Aho ’s relationship with the Hurricanes won’t be damaged moving forward because he signed You must verify your email address before signing in.
Elsewhere out East:
- Penguins head coach Mike Sullivan that they will experiment with using center on the wing in the preseason. Brassard stated at the end-of-season exit meetings that he had difficulty adapting to playing in the bottom six; moving him to the wing would allow the team to put him on a higher line. If the experiment works, that would also help alleviate the small logjam the team has down the middle after re-signing as well as adding and in free agency this summer and lessen the likelihood that they would deal from their surplus.
- Red Wings defenseman will meet with the doctor who performed his neck surgery five months ago in the hopes of getting clearance to participate in training camp, noted. Even if that happens, Detroit may limit him in preseason action as a precaution. Green tried to play through the injury last season but struggled before the team shut him down in March. That didn’t seem to affect his free agency, however, as he still inked a two-year, $10.75M deal late in June.
Carolina looks for big things from rookies Necas, Svechnikov .
The Carolina Hurricanes were working on their power play during practice when first-year coach Rod Brind'Amour pulled first-round draft pick Andrei Svechnikov aside for some quick one-on-one instruction. ''Andrei,'' the coach said, ''be a shooter.''The Hurricanes likely will need plenty of shots - and goals - from Svechnikov and fellow first-round draft pick Martin Necas if they're to finally snap the NHL's longest active playoff drought.But the way Brind'Amour sees it, nobody's asking either of those teenagers to will the team to the Stanley Cup - like he did in 2006 as the team captain.