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Saints owner has horse in Kentucky Derby

There may not be a Gronkowski on the track, but there’s still an NFL tie to the Kentucky Derby.

Lone Sailor, a 50-1 long shot in Saturday’s race, is owned by GMB Racing Stable and Saints owner Gayle Benson.

Via Jeff Duncan of the New Orleans Times-Picayune, the horse drew the No. 8 post in yesterday’s draw, next to favorite Justify (3-1).

Between his age, recent injuries and his decline in play, Peterson will have to prove to teams that he still has something left in the tank. He has been posting workout videos on Instagram to prove he is in football shape, but he is still waiting for a team to call.

The Washington team president said during an interview with Pat Kirwan and Jim Miller on on SiriusXM NFL Radio, that there was nothing to the recent talk in league circles that he might reunite with Jon Gruden.

“Well, first of all, I do like the Silver and Black, and I think Mark Davis, Reggie [McKenzie] and Jon are going to do great. And I’m so excited for them to go to Vegas,” Allen said. “But I’m not going there. And I’m not going to play shortstop for the Nationals either tonight.”

So I actually talked to a coach about possibly doing it if they needed someone, but then they went out and signed somebody. I don’t think they thought I was serious. So I think we’re completely done now.

Beyond shouting down the reaction to the news that Warner was actually planning to come out of retirement on the wrong side of 45 as the product of aREALLY slow news day, Warner added more details on Twitter in the aftermath of the splash the story created.

Justin Tuck: Saquon Barkley should’ve been No. 1 pick

The NFL is less running back-reliant now, but, like the old-school Gettleman, Accorsi would have had a hard time passing on Barkley’s all-around impact potential. Accorsi listed on the podcast Hall of Famers Jim Brown and Gale Sayers as the best halfbacks he has seen.

I can’t compare ( Barkley ) to anybody, Accorsi said. Because I’ve never quite seen someone with that size with, basically, sprinter’s speed.

I’ve seen him get into space on the flank, either through a broken tackle or taking a swing pass, where the defensive back had an angle on him — at least to push him out (of bounds) — and he kicks into another gear and runs by him. If it was a touch-football league, he wouldn’t even have gotten him. For a guy who’s that thick, and that big and powerful, to have that kind of speed, it’s rare.

Eric introducing me for this prestigious award brings me great joy, Kaepernick said. But I am also pained by the fact that his taking a knee, and demonstrating courage to protect the rights of black and brown people in America, has also led to his ostracization from the NFL when he is widely recognized as one of the best competitors in the game and in the prime of his career.

The 5-foot-8, 224-pound Anderson entered the league in 2013 out of California as an undrafted free agent with the Broncos, where he spent five seasons before being released on April 16.

If the opportunity comes up, why not? Austin said.

Austin was given a five-game suspension that was reduced to four after a hearing for his role in the brawl, while Kelly got six for his part.

Austin has said all along that he has no regrets. He felt that he had to stick up for himself at that moment, and that’s why he chased down Kelly after being hit.

Yeah, Austin said. I feel like that’s the way it is. It’s part of the game. It’s not fun, not embarrassing… it’s just part of it.

Kelly wasn’t available for an interview before Tuesday’s game, but he interestedly commented on Sunday that he was concerned that Yankees fans might do more than fire insults at him while he’s in the visiting bullpen this week.

Nick Foles says ‘special’ locker room makes ‘crazy situation’ workable

Nick Foles said Tuesday his restructured contract works for both he and the Philadelphia Eagles, and although he wants to start again at some point, he said he loves being in Philadelphia and is happy to back up Carson Wentz when he is healthy enough to take back the starting role.

Foles on Tuesday called it a “crazy situation” to go from Super Bowl MVP to backup the next season but repeatedly called the Eagles’ locker room a “special place” in explaining why the “unique” situation works.

Wentz has set the 2018 season opener against the Atlanta Falcons on Thursday, Sept. 6, as his target return date from a torn left ACL and LCL suffered in December. Speaking to the media last week, Wentz said he is in the “running progression” stage of his rehab and is “feeling good with where I’m at” on the comeback trail.

“You hate it, you hate it for him,” Brooks said. “He wants to be on the court and fight with his team. … It’s hard on him, hard on all of us. I knew he was banged up, but [I] didn’t know he was banged up in Game 4. Game 5 I knew something was different. He didn’t have the pop he normally has.”

Porter averaged 14.7 points per game on 50.3 percent shooting during the regular season, but he has not played his customary game during the series, which the Raptors lead 3-2. He has averaged 10 points and five rebounds during the series but has not attempted more than 10 shots in a game.

“He has a great impact for us,” All-Star point guard John Wall said of Porter. “He does everything, the little things that you probably wouldn’t see if you are watching the game. Cutting to the basket, making extra-effort plays, making shots for us, a guy who can defend and spread the floor. You could tell when OP’s been healthy and when he’s not. When he’s not slashing and cutting to the basket, you can tell he’s dealing with something.

Cody Eakin, Erik Haula and Jonathan Marchessault scored 1:31 apart early in the first period to get Vegas going. Alex Tuch, Shea Theodore, Colin Miller and James Neal also scored, Reilly Smith and William Karlsson each had three assists, and Marchessault and David Perron added two each.

“It was a great game for us, obviously we played a full 60 minutes and that’s what you want from your team in the playoffs,” Vegas coach Gerard Gallant said. “It wasn’t even about the seven goals, it was about how we played the game.”

Steelers trade WR Martavis Bryant to Raiders for third-round pick

The Pittsburgh Steelers traded wide receiver Martavis Bryant to the Oakland Raiders on Thursday night for a third-round draft pick.

The talented but enigmatic Bryant had asked to be traded out of Pittsburgh in September, and Raiders general manager Reggie McKenzie said Thursday that Oakland had been “on this for a while” when asked about the deal.

“He’s ideal in what you’re looking for in a receiver,” McKenzie said. “He can play big, he plays fast, and he makes plays. And we think he can be a dynamic receiver for Derek [Carr].”

Steelers general manager Kevin Colbert said teams called Pittsburgh during the offseason but weren’t offering enough to warrant a trade for a player of Bryant’s caliber.

“When it got to the third round, we felt it was something very interesting to us,” Colbert said. “We wish Martavis nothing but the best.”

Bryant wanted out of Pittsburgh and believed there was a chance he would get dealt sometime this offseason. He has been training in Las Vegas and hadn’t reported to the team’s voluntary workout program.

He was the perfect deep threat for the Steelers’ offense but fell out of favor last season when he requested a trade and publicly questioned the ability of teammate JuJu Smith-Schuster, who now becomes the team’s clear-cut No. 2 receiver behind Antonio Brown.

“It’s the first adversity we’ve faced in the playoffs, real adversity,” DeBoer said. “It’s on us to respond now. … We’ve got a lot of character, a lot of pride in there. This series is a long way from over.”

Pretty optimistic words for a coach facing a Vegas team that is 5-0 in the playoffs, 32-10-2 at home this season, and has the hottest goalie on the planet. Marc-Andre Fleury goes into Saturday night’s game with back-to-back shutouts and an eye-popping .982 save percentage in the playoffs.

The Golden Knights scored four goals in the first 12 minutes Thursday night, matching the total number of goals that San Jose and goalie Martin Jones allowed in the entire series against Anaheim.

Vegas had seven different goal scorers and 11 players who ended up on the scoresheet, led by center Jonathan Marchessault (one goal, two assists). William Karlsson and Reilly Smith each chipped in with three assists.

Tillman, Orioles both end skids with win over Tigers

Chris Tillman savored the applause he got walking off the mound at the end of the seventh inning. It had been a long time since he received that sort of reception.

Tillman pitched seven innings of one-hit ball for his first victory since last May, Pedro Alvarez went deep twice and the Orioles snapped a five-game skid with a 6-0 victory over the Detroit Tigers on Friday night.

Should the NFL reject Blackwell’s proposal, Davis’ and Ware’s complaints would continue through due process.

“We’re not asking them to admit fault, or to admit guilt, or even admit that there is anything wrong,” Blackwell said in a phone interview with The New York Times. “But if they do want and expect that cheerleaders should have a fair working environment, as they have stated, then it doesn’t make any common sense why the answer would be no.”

In response to current and former cheerleaders who recently have discussed the indignities of their job — including sexual harassment, low pay, long hours and strict rules governing appearance and social media that don’t apply to players or other representatives of the team — the NFL issued a written statement that said it would work with clubs “in sharing best practices” to support cheerleading squads.

Speaking publicly for the first time since Meredith left the Bears, Pace hinted that the wide receiver’s serious knee injury, suffered last preseason, was the overriding factor in Chicago’s letting him go.

But the great unknown on the Bears’ wide receiver depth chart is Kevin White, the seventh overall pick of the 2015 NFL draft.

The woman, who was not identified, claimed Richardson broke the nondisclosure agreement signed by both parties after McNair, at the owners meetings in Orlando, said Richardson told other owners that he regretted paying off the victims and not fighting the allegations when they first surfaced.

“I’m just listening to him, listening to what his needs are right now. And making sure the medical procedures are being followed so we do everything right,” Maddon said. “It’s never going to be a unilateral decision on my part to insist that he plays, ever. … I really feel strongly that he’s going to be fine, but I don’t want to push it.”

Bruins score 4 in 3rd to beat Maple Leafs 7-4 in Game 7

Jake DeBrusk watched the tiebreaking goal go into the net from ice level, sliding into the boards on his backside after he was flattened by Toronto defenseman Jake Gardiner.

The Bruins rookie didn’t even have time to climb up off his knees before he was mobbed by teammates.

“Jake had a real coming-out party in the series,” coach Bruce Cassidy said after DeBrusk scored twice to help Boston beat the Toronto Maple Leafs 7-4 on Wednesday night and advance to the Eastern Conference semifinals.

“Uh, it went pretty well,” he said with a laugh. “Obviously, with the win it was special — something I’ll never forget. I’ll never forget this series just in general, first playoffs. I was really happy to contribute.”

Frederik Andersen had 29 saves for the Maple Leafs, who have not won a playoff series since 2004. They came close in the first round in 2013, when they rallied from a three-games-to-one deficit against Boston and took a 4-1 lead in Game 7.

“It’s always disappointing,” said Patrick Marleau, who scored twice for Toronto. “Obviously, you’re trying to win the Cup. To fall short once again, it’s heartbreaking every time.”

Travis Dermott also scored for the Maple Leafs, who again won back-to-back games after falling behind 3-1 in the series. Game 6 came in Toronto on the night that a man drove a van onto a crowded sidewalk in the city, killing 10 people and injuring more than a dozen others.

“I’ve always had a passion for teaching, a passion for coaching,” Vick said at a news conference on Wednesday morning in Atlanta. “When Brad called me about this opportunity, I felt like it was obviously something I couldn’t pass up.”

Former Minnesota Vikings head coach Brad Childress will assume that role with the Atlanta team.

Childress, 61, got to know Vick last summer when Vick was a coaching intern for the Kansas City Chiefs before leaving to join Fox Sports as an analyst. Childress, who was the assistant head coach to Andy Reid, left the Chiefs when the team’s season ended in January. He then joined former Chiefs offensive coordinator Matt Nagy in Chicago, helping with his transition to head coach of the Bears.

Vick was asked by reporters Wednesday what he learned from working with the Chiefs.

“To get the best our your players, the coaches have to be at their best as well,” he said, according to WSB-TV. “It was a grind, and I respected it. If I had that opportunity to stay, I probably would have. But it came around full circle, and I’m just thankful for this opportunity. Looking forward to get going.”

Vick won’t have full control of the offense from the beginning.

Josh Allen takes responsibility for tweets sent as high schooler

Allen told ESPN’s Suzy Kolber that he has been contacted by some teams about the tweet but that he doesn’t expect it to impact his draft status.

“Hopefully they understand the type of person I am. …. I don’t think this is going to hurt me,” he said about an hour before the Browns made the first pick.

“I love the intensity, I love the game in front of me,” Hellebuyck said about the playoffs. “It’s awesome and a little different. Intense is the right way to put it.”

Not only did the teams top the standings, this series is the first between clubs with the most combined points ever before a conference finals after Nashville (117) edged Winnipeg (114) for the Presidents’ Trophy.

Both the Jets and Predators brought a Vezina finalist into this series. Hellebuyck outdueled veteran Pekka Rinne, who was pulled after the second period after giving up three goals on 16 shots. Hellebuyck, who finished off Minnesota with back-to-back shutouts, picked up where he left off a week ago.

Hellebuyck stretched his shutout streak to 163 minutes before Nashville finally scored. Coach Paul Maurice said the Jets weren’t at their best and can play better.

“But we pay our goaltender, too,” Maurice said.

Mark Scheifele scored two goals, including an empty-netter as the Jets were outshot 48-19. Brandon Tanev and Paul Stastny also scored to help the Jets — the NHL’s best home team in the regular season — steal home-ice advantage.

Kevin Fiala scored for the Predators, which had won 11 of their last 14 playoff games in Nashville. Several Predators said they thought this was perhaps their best game of the season, talk coach Peter Laviolette didn’t share.

Doughty’s one-game suspension was the first of several in the first round for a hit to the head of an opponent. Toronto’s Nazem Kadri got three games, and Winnipeg’s Josh Morrissey and Nashville’s Ryan Hartman got one game each. Washington’s Tom Wilson and Tampa Bay’s Nikita Kucherov were among those who got off without significant punishment.

The criticism, from Columbus to Colorado and from New Jersey to Los Angeles, was loud enough that the NHL’s department of player safety put out a video last week explaining its reasoning for suspending Doughty and Hartman but not Kucherov or Predators center Ryan Johansen.

The Pacers have a plan, but can they stop LeBron James?

Indiana Pacers coach Nate McMillan might face a classic choice many have confronted over the past decade: Do you double-team LeBron James?

The Pacers’ game plan through the first five games has been to play James within their standard defensive system. They have altered pick-and-roll schemes at times but generally have played James straight up, relying on conventional help defense to try to make things tough while also taking care of his teammates.

The series has stayed close, but James has tortured Indiana yet again. He’s averaging 35 points, 11.4 rebounds and 8 assists while also shooting 55 percent. In Game 5, he crushed the Pacers’ interior defense for 12 baskets within 5 feet of the rim on his way to 44 points as the Cleveland Cavaliers took a 3-2 series lead.

It’s a poison-picking scenario, which is commonplace with high-level stars in all levels of the game. Interestingly, the Cavs have used a trapping defense on Pacers star Victor Oladipo, most aggressively in Games 3 and 4. Oladipo has slumped the past three games, shooting a combined 12-of-49.

While he wasn’t willing to give away game-plan adjustments before Game 6, at the very least McMillan said his team has to limit James’ space. He says he believes his defenders have been allowing James to create angles to get momentum to the basket and then been sluggish in helping one another. As a result, James has had room to maneuver.

“Those guys have some ugly possessions, but most of the time, they figure it out,” Toronto coach Dwane Casey said about his bench players, who overwhelmed Washington’s in points, 21-6, and rebounds, 15-3, in the second half. “We trust them. We trusted them all year.”

Toronto fell behind by 12 points in the first quarter and by 53-50 at the end of the second.

The Raptors’ first lead did not come until the third quarter, and they were back down by five points entering the final period.

Never in franchise history had the Raptors won after trailing at halftime in a postseason away game, the team said, citing the Elias Sports Bureau.

“It’s a different year. It’s a different team,” VanVleet said. “We’ve just got to keep our composure going forward and leave the past in the past.”

With star guards Lowry and DeMar DeRozan, who had a personal series-low 16 points, resting to begin the fourth, VanVleet steered the turnaround, and the Raptors outscored Washington 29-14 in the last quarter. Bothered by a bad right shoulder, VanVleet had played a total of three minutes in the series until Friday, but he was just what Toronto needed in this game, with five points, four assists and four rebounds.

“Report” of Gronk trade was a joke lacking any actual humor

Every once in a while in this business, the time comes to get a stick and scrape from feces from the bottom of the Foot-Joys. It’s not a pleasant task, but it has to be done, lest the feces get tracked all over the place.

The Bears were wise to keep Vic Fangio as defensive coordinator and retain starting cornerbacks Prince Amukamara and Kyle Fuller. But at the second level of their base 3-4, they could use a dynamic, versatile playmaker who can thrive inside or outside. Fangio, formerly of San Francisco, can get his Patrick Willis/NaVorro Bowman-type here.

Speaking of San Francisco, Robert Saleh, its defensive coordinator formerly of Seattle, can get his Earl Thomas-type here for the secondary. Richard Sherman and Akhello Witherspoon will hold down the corners, and Jacquiski Tartt has a bright future at one safety spot. James would allow Sherman to shepherd a sequel to the Legion of Boom for the Seahawks’ biggest rivals.

Teams with new coaches can start their offseason workout programs this week, and the Cardinals and Bears will be the first to report, with Steve Wilks and Matt Nagy getting their teams to work tomorrow after the holiday weekend.

The Lions, Colts, Giants, Raiders, and Titans will begin next Monday, with the remaining 25 teams starting on April 16.

The nine-week offseason program is broken into three phases. The first two weeks (phase one) include strength and conditioning and rehabilitation work only. In phase two, which lasts three weeks, players can work out on the field in individual instruction drills and team practice on a separate basis (i.e. just the offense or just the defense).

When phase three of the program kicks in, teams can hold 10 days of OTA practices. Those can’t include live contact, but can include 7-on-7, 9-on-7, and 11-on-11 drills.

Broncos to visit with Sam Darnold, Josh Rosen and Josh Allen over next week

Denver Broncos General Manager John Elway made it clear that the team’s signing of Case Keenum in free agency wouldn’t take them out of the discussion of adding one of the top quarterback prospects in the draft.

So with that in mind, the Broncos are making sure to turn over every stone when it comes to the quarterbacks populating the top of team draft boards.

Porter is paid like a superstar, but he’s not a superstar. That’s not his fault. He can play in any system, in any lineup, and find shots against any style of defense. There is nobility in that.

This dude is everywhere. Sometime around the end of the 2014-15 season, the basic act of dribbling within a 15-foot radius of Kawhi Leonard became dangerous for anyone beyond the league’s expert ball-handlers. He just started straight-up snatching the ball out of people’s hands. He undressed Ben McLemore on two straight possessions at the start of last season, and I’m not sure McLemore has dribbled since.

And General Manager Les Snead was willing to give up his franchise-tagged player to do it.

Snead told Peter King of SI.com that he had discussions with the Saints a year ago about trading for Cooks, but didn’t have the ammunition to get the deal done.

The Saints were looking for a first-round pick for Cooks. The Patriots had one. The Rams didn’t, as a result of the Jared Goff trade. So Snead offered the Saints cornerback Trumaine Johnson, who the Rams had franchised two years in a row. As much as the Saints needed cornerback help at the time of the deal (before drafting a potential star in Marshon Lattimore), they chose the Patriots offer instead.

“At that time, we didn’t have a first-round pick and New England did, and that made all the difference,” Snead said. “We discussed [cornerback] Trumaine Johnson with New Orleans, but we could not trump New England’s one.”