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How the humidor will impact the Diamondbacks’ hitters and pitchers

Finally, something to talk about other than Shohei Ohtani.

Last summer, the Arizona Diamondbacks put fantasy baseball on high alert, unveiling plans to install a humidor in Chase Field. Issues with calibrations delayed the launch to the point Major League Baseball told the club to put if off to the 2018 season. Over the winter, news whether it was still a go was sparse, with only a tweet suggesting we’d find out closer to the season. Part of the holdup was the Snakes were talking with their landlord, Maricopa County, about park renovations, with the threat of leaving for a new venue.

Woods, as host of the tourney that benefits his foundation, will stick around for the weekend even though he won’t be on the tee sheet. On the plus side, he has two more days of practice before entering the cauldron of PGA National for next week’s Honda Classic.

The winner of 14 major titles who last hoisted a trophy in a regular-season event in 2013 was able to find something of a silver lining to an otherwise cloudy round under clear blue Los Angeles skies.

I’m both pleased and also not very happy with some parts of it, said Woods, who noted that his back was fine but that his feet and knees were aching after walking 36 holes. It’s nice to be back competing again and to be able to go out there and play, practice after each round. That’s been nice, something I haven’t done in years. So, you know, keep building.

He agreed to terms last week for $2.5 million this season, according to multiple reports, if he makes the major league roster out of spring training. Additional money is available through incentives.

After leading the American League with a 2.57 ERA in 2013, Sanchez struggled through the next three seasons for the Tigers while dealing with injuries and being demoted to stints in the bullpen.

To be fair to Jose Mourinho, whatever his plan was, it was over within a few minutes. Ander Herrera started for Manchester United against Sevilla, and he had two jobs. One, the cover story, was to bustle around in midfield. And two, his real mission: along with Scott McTominay, he was there to ostentatiously not be Paul Pogba. A shame his hamstring went, really. When it comes to not being Paul Pogba, he’s a natural.royals_009

Ryan Shazier injury update: Steelers LB walking after regaining feeling in legs

After being released from the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center Rehabilitation Institute on Thursday, the Steelers linebacker has regained movement in his legs and begun a regular walking routine, ESPN reported.

“He’s making incredible progress,” an unidentified source familiar with Shazier’s recovery said.

The American singer, songwriter and actress has released seven studio albums, one greatest hits album, sold over 50 million albums equivalents, over 75 million singles, over 2.4 million DVDs worldwide and has had 15 singles in the top 10 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart (four at No. 1). She is the recipient of three Grammy Awards (18 nominations), one Daytime Emmy Award, three Billboard Music Awards, six MTV Video Music Awards, two MTV Europe Awards, two People’s Choice Awards and was named Billboard’s Woman of the Year in 2013.

Timberlake has won ten Grammys and numerous other awards. This will be Timberlake’s third time performing on the Super Bowl Halftime stage, giving him the distinction of having the most appearances by an individual entertainer. He previously performed at Super Bowls XXXV and XXXVII.

Timberlake joins an esteemed list of recent halftime acts including Lady Gaga, Coldplay, Beyoncé, Katy Perry, Bruno Mars, Madonna, The Who, Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band, Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, Prince, the Rolling Stones, Paul McCartney, U2 and more.

The Pepsi Super Bowl Halftime Show is the most-watched musical event of the year. Last year’s show was the most-watched musical event of all-time across all platforms and the most-watched Super Bowl Halftime performance in history through broadcast and digital channels, reaching more than 150 million unique people, garnering more than 80 million views and totaling 260 million minutes watched.

New England would have two new starting cornerbacks in 2016, after Logan Ryan bolted to the Titans in free agency.

“Regulated or not, shady advisors have made quite a mark on the NFL financial scene,” the authors write. “Before closer scrutiny was instituted, at least 78 players lost more than $42 million between 1999 and 2002 because they trusted money to agents and financial advisors with questionable backgrounds.”

Adding insult to injury, the sketchy advice sometimes comes from former players themselves. One former player-turned-financial pro said that “he couldn’t reveal how much he was charging to manage [another] player’s tax-exempt municipal bonds ‘because of the Patriot Act.’” Turned out the adviser was “taking $146,000 every year.”

Why the trade won’t happen: So much secondary upheaval might not be worth it to the Patriots without getting a first-round pick in return.

A change in scenery might be best for Richardson since the Jets have one too many quality 3-4 defensive ends with Muhammad Wilkerson and Leonard Williams on the roster. The 2013 NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year’s long-term prospects with the Jets took a hit when his defensive linemate Wilkerson signed a five-year, $86 million contract with $53.5 million in overall guarantees last summer.

The Eagles had zero running game in Washington, which means it was up to Carson Wentz and the Philly defense to win the game, and that’s exactly what happened. Wentz threw for 307 yards and two touchdowns, and on one of those touchdowns, he may or may not have morphed into Brett Favre.

As for the Eagles defense, they held the Redskins under 270 yards of total offense, which is usually a good sign in Philly. The Eagles are 8-1 in their past nine games where they hold their opponent under 270 yards.

Jackson later explained to her mother that the cups of her top had been attached with a Velcro-like fabric that could easily be manipulated or opened to reveal a red lace bra underneath, according to the family source.

The source confirmed that Jackson and Timberlake had hatched a plan for him to rip off the top’s cup, but didn’t alert MTV, CBS, the NFL or even their backup dancers.

“They were like, let’s make this real and show the meaning behind [the song],” the Jackson insider said.bills_022

The way the Jaguars and Rams arrived at the top of the league is illustrative of the coming coaching carousel.

Neither team switched quarterbacks. The Jaguars’ additions of Calais Campbell and A.J. Bouye have been massive, but for the most part both teams returned intact for the 2017 campaign. The biggest change came on the sideline, where Sean McVay and Doug Marrone took over as head coaches.

Panthers linebacker Thomas Davis was suspended two games for his blindside, helmet-to-helmet block on Packers wide receiver Davante Adams, the NFL announced. Davis, who drilled Adams on an interception, coincidentally became the second linebacker this season to get a suspension for decking Adams, joining Chicago’s Danny Trevathan.

Davis was flagged on the play, but the NFL has a chance to do more to prevent obvious and reckless helmet-to-helmet hits. The league may adopt a targeting rule similar to the college game, which would enable referees to review replays and determine if an offender should be ejected.

Lauletta has a quick release and is able to generate maximum velocity from the pocket. While he doesn’t possess elite arm talent, his outstanding footwork has become a staple of his throwing success. Lauletta is one of the more capable passers out of the small schools in terms of mental aptitude and footwork development. He may earn substantial NFL support as a high Day 3 pick.

Protesting NFL players, who say their demonstrations are intended to call attention to racial inequality, are often accused of lacking reverence for the military. For example: After walking out of a game Sunday at which some players knelt for “The Star-Spangled Banner,” Vice President Pence tweeted that he “will not dignify any event that disrespects our soldiers, our Flag, or our National Anthem.”

Tesfatsion: I should apologize as well on Foster. Wasn’t that high on him initially, but he just kept popping up when I watched Jonathan Allen. He can fit as a 3-4 inside linebacker and a 4-3 weakside linebacker. I think Reddick has much better instincts, however, and would be a better pro prospect as a 3-4 inside linebacker than Foster.

The Rams defense will have its hands full with Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson.

With a trip to Super Bowl LII at stake Sunday night, who will be more up to task? Here are Sporting News’ predictions for what should be a classic, physical, defensive-minded game.

Vinnie Iyer: The Vikings are favored as the road team because there’s more trust in Keenum against the Eagles’ defense than there is in Foles against the Vikings’ defense. Yards will be hard to come by on the ground with two premier run defenses facing two inconsistent committees. So the first key is which team will be aggressive enough to call for big plays in the passing game — and be capable of executing them.

The Packers get their star quarterback, Aaron Rodgers, back under center but might find it difficult dealing with the league’s top pass-rushing unit per Football Outsiders. According to their adjusted sack rate, which gives sacks (plus intentional grounding penalties) per pass attempt adjusted for down, distance, and opponent, no team has been better at getting to the passer than the Panthers this season (9.5 percent).

The 29-year-old has accounted for 32 of the team’s 33 touchdowns this season, three of those coming as a result of his ability to run with the football.

Los Angeles should be up to the task — according to Football Outsiders, its defense ranks fourth overall in 2017 and boasts the league’s No. 3 pass defense.

Louisville and Notre Dame join unbeaten UConn and Mississippi State as No. 1 seeds in Charlie Creme’s latest 64-team projection. Florida State, which handed the Cardinals their first loss Sunday, move up to a No. 2.

That’s because, for every greedy owner and awful officiating error, the NFL gets its playoffs right. In fact, the system is practically perfect. There really isn’t a game you should skip in the first weekend of games as 12 teams are whittled to eight, but, in case that’s too big a time commitment, here’s a quick power ranking, along with the usual proviso that the game deemed the worst inevitably turns out to be the best.

Oakland at Houston (4:35 p.m. EST Saturday, ESPN/ABC) Teams that get into the wild-card round usually can tell a tale about injuries and several of the teams in this year’s opening round know this all too well.

The Thunder had their way with Cleveland in the first half.

They scored 76 — the most given up in any half by the Cavs this season — and took the air out of the Quicken Loans Arena crowd. Before the second half began, the arena’s in-game emcee told the fans, “The first half is over. Forget about it.”

That was impossible as the Thunder extended their lead to 24 when Anthony drained a 3-pointer from the top of the key, sapping whatever energy Clevelanders had left.

The Cavs made one last push with James making a layup to cut the lead to 12. But Oklahoma City didn’t let up and eventually pushed the lead to 31.

“Based off what he’s saying — and you want that leadership — I’m gonna say it right now: That probably cost him between $10 and $20 million off that contract,” former receiver Steve Smith chimed in. “Because he showed that he is not a true leader that demands that kind of money.”

“And that’s interesting because we talked about it, and he talked about it,” Hall of Famer Michael Irvin said, referencing a Cousins radio interview last week. “He said ‘Haven’t you guys seen enough over the last few years in that building in D.C.?’ “

“No, he was right. He was right,” Faulk said. “We have seen enough. You are right. We’ve seen enough.”

Eisen tried again, suggesting such criticism was unfair, and that Cousins “put a ball right on Crowder’s hands” on that interception.

And yet that play — and the quarterback’s reaction after it — was singled out for criticism during NFL Network’s discussion.

“Kirk Cousins, do you pay him, do you not?” Hall of Famer Marshall Faulk said. “There was blood in the water. The Cowboys were a wounded team coming in. I’m talking about not just physically but emotionally and mentally. As a quarterback, you come into games like this and you shred that defense, based on what I saw last week against the Los Angeles Chargers.”

As I compare my greatest finish as an NFL exec, the “Music City Miracle,” with the “Minneapolis Miracle,” I see a lot of similarities. At halftime, both the Vikings and Titans were pitching shutouts, and both the Saints and Bills came roaring back in the second half.

In Tennessee vs. Buffalo, Al Del Greco made a 36-yarder to put the Titans in front 15-13 with 1:48 to play before the Bills’ last drive that set up Steve Christie’s 41-yard field goal with 16 seconds to play.cowboys_051

Yes, there are certainly complexities involved at every position and within every matchup on the floor.

Going into Saturday’s game in Houston, which could very well be a preview of the Western Conference finals, it’s hard to argue that anyone’s playing better than the two-time MVP. Golden State has won each of its past 14 games in which Curry has played, during which time he has served up one reminder after another that when dialed in he’s still the most dangerous offensive player on the planet.

But Houston’s strategy in taking down the champs rests on the simple idea that the Rockets will take and make more 3s. But with the greatest shooter the world has ever seen delivering the best shooting season we’ve ever seen, maybe that plan won’t be so simple after all.

Sunday provided Vikings-Panthers and Eagles-Rams, an early taste of the NFC’s playoff field. Both games, Wentz’s injury notwithstanding, were awesome. Cam Newton overcame a late interception with a 62-yard run that set up Carolina’s game-winning touchdown. Adam Thielen caught six passes for 106 yards and a weaving, clutch touchdown. The Eagles and Rams seesawed for four quarters, pushing passes downfield and landing haymakers until Chris Long’s strip-sack of Jared Goff tilted it in the Eagles’ favor.

The Heat are scorching as they head into Brooklyn to face the Nets. They’ve been doing it with excellent team work and defense, but if any Heat players are most likely to explode against a weak defense, it would be Hassan Whiteside and/or Goran Dragic.

Rudy Gobert is probable to make his return on Friday against the New York Knicks, after his second extended injury absence of the season. He will likely be on a minutes restriction, but his return itself will be newsworthy.

Aaron Jones, RB, Packers: Jones has a sprained medial collateral ligament and will miss at least a month. Chances are his best scenario is contributing to what has become the dreaded running-back-by-committee upon his return.cowboys_025

Julio Jones is having a great game against the Eagles … as a defensive back

Julio Jones hasn’t made much of an impact on offense early for the Atlanta Falcons against the Phildelphia Eagles with just four receptions for 43 yards. But his biggest contribution so far are the plays that he didn’t let happen.

The whole point of distressed jeans is, of course, that they are distressed. Minkah Fitzpatrick knows fashion. His mother and older sister both work for Burlington department stores; he styles teammates for awards ceremonies. And yet here he is—the best player on the nation’s best defense, a top 10 pick in next year’s NFL draft (should he decide to declare) and arguably the most dominant player who will take the field in next month’s College Football Playoff—straightening the purposely asymmetrical rip on his left knee as he explains that he abhors clutter.

The junior Alabama defensive back is meticulous in all aspects of his life, sometimes to the exhaustion of those around him. Fitzpatrick attributes the Tide’s crushing loss in last season’s championship game against Clemson to “people coming late to a meeting or just not wearing the right socks.” He acknowledges that he may sound insane but adds, “If you can’t do the small things right, how can you expect to do the big things?”

Given the Vikings’ upheaval under center this season—“I would say ‘unfortunate turnover,’” Spielman corrects—the full blossoming of Diggs and Thielen as playmakers has come at the perfect time. Everyone at Winter Park remembers when Bridgewater buckled during an August 2016 practice, tearing his left ACL and dislocating his knee. (Thielen slammed his helmet, knelt and prayed. Diggs cried.) But, just as they would when Bradford went down after a season-opening win over the Saints this season, they moved on fast. “I can’t give them my legs,” Diggs says. “I can’t stop working because one guy went down.”

Each new passer has presented certain tendencies for his receivers to learn. “Sam usually likes to throw [his passes] on a line, not give you a whole lot of air,” Thielen says. “Teddy and Case are similar—get it out early and let you run to it.” But this, by now, is old hat. At MSU it was a running joke that Thielen became every new QB’s best friend. (After the Vikings acquired Bradford, Thielen quickly invited the new guy out for 18 holes.) Diggs, meanwhile, points to that emergency QB at Maryland. “I was getting thrown to by a linebacker,” he says. “I don’t give a f— who’s back there. Because they’re all good.”

The Jaguars have gotten off to yet another good start against the Steelers. They scored a touchdown on their first drive and later followed it up with an interception of Ben Roethlisberger.

And I have not forgotten about his epic performance against Oklahoma just a few weeks ago.

Moments such as the shovel pass the tried on second-and-goal, two plays earlier. Nothing about it made sense at the time or afterward. The Eagles never let it develop. It failed spectacularly.

The missed-chances and the almosts,” is how head coach Dan Quinn described them all. It was a long list, extending back to early in the game, and each played into the other.

The Crimson Tide rusher stands at 6-2, 235 pounds and has shown good top-end speed in the past.

What a story that would be if Manziel is the next Moon (five-time Grey Cup champion and two-time CFL MVP in his six years in Edmonton before becoming a nine-time Pro Bowl quarterback in the NFL and a Pro Football Hall of Fame inductee in 2006). Or the next Flutie, who was run out of the NFL after five years and spent his next eight years in the CFL, winning three Grey Cups and six Most Outstanding Player awards before he returned to the NFL for eight more years, including a Pro Bowl season in 1998. Or a Garcia, who was a four-time NFL Pro Bowl quarterback after being a Grey Cup champ and four-time CFL All-Star.

In the meantime the Titans are back in the playoffs for the first time since 2008 when Kerry Collins was their quarterback. This is very new to this team and to the city.

These next 10 facts compiled by our good friends over at Opta will have an impact Saturday. If you like what you see here give them a follow on Twitter.

Last week, Tennessee quarterback Marcus Mariota became the first quarterback in league postseason history to catch a touchdown pass. He is also just the fifth quarterback since 1999 to record a touchdown pass and reception in the same game.

Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski has caught nine touchdowns in the playoffs. Since 1999, only one other tight end has more than four in the postseason (Vernon Davis – 7).

Titans running back Derrick Henry finished with 156 rushing yards and a touchdown against Kansas City last week, becoming the second player in team history to record 150+ rushing yards in a playoff game.patriots_083_bda0e87d6665697f-180x180

Senior Bowl, NFLPA Bowl, East-West Shrine: When are the 2018 college football all-star games?

January brings college football all-star games, which provide draft-eligible college football players an opportunity to impress NFL scouts.

The Senior Bowl, played every year in Mobile, Ala., since 1951 is the showcase game, but not the only game to draw top NFL talent. The benefit for prospects is they get to be coached by an actual NFL staff and this year it will be the Texans and Broncos coaches who get the hands-on experience with some of the nation’s top seniors.

Vernon Shazier got emotional when recalling that moment on Dec. 4 when his son called him after the injury.

He said, Daddy, pray for me. I can’t feel my legs,’ Vernon Shazier said.

The Broncos safety is the team’s Fuel Up to Play 60 player representative.A term used by coaches to describe intense bloodthirsty defensive player, whose only aim is to dominate and destroy their teaching him about slowing down the game and looking for certain things.Do that too often across a , without frequent off-days to recover, and the pitcher will wear down.

“Marwin and I just looked at each other like, ‘Really?’?” Correa said. “He’s amazing.

“The thing about José is that he always likes to try a new thing. It’s almost like he gets bored getting hit after hit. He hit .485 in July. And then it was like he wanted to try something new. Sometimes he’ll try something to see if he hits more homers. Maybe it’s a small leg kick, or a big leg kick. It could be his approach—looking for a particular pitch, for instance. And he’s constantly picking up bats from other guys and using them—me, [centerfielder George] Springer, anybody.

“That’s the only time he struggles. And then he just goes back to getting his hits.”

Now fold in that Altuve hits for average and power—swinging a bat that’s half as big as he is—and he is even more of an extreme outlier. There have been some 19,000 major league players. Only two of them 5′?6″ or shorter ever had 1,000 hits and 75 homers: Altuve and Hall of Famer Hack Wilson, who was born in 1900.

Immediately after the game, which ended the Panthers’ season, Newton and coach Ron Rivera maintained that Newton had been poked in the eye.

Rivera told reporters Monday that he didn’t think Newton had demonstrated any post-concussion symptoms.patriots_033_b55f68620f15fc5b-180x180