Ravens are reportedly a ‘sneaky’ landing spot for Lamar Jackson

As Lamar Jackson prepares for the coming NFL Draft, the former Heisman winner worked out with Dan Marino and the Miami Dolphins in South Beach on Friday. It’s one of the final visits Jackson will take prior to the annual event later this month in Dallas.
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Though, it’s now looking like the Baltimore Ravens are getting in on the action. According to MMQB’s Albert Breer, Baltimore has set up a visit with Jackson. NFL Media’s Ian Rapoport responded to the report by noting that the Ravens are indeed a sneaky landing spot for Jackson.

The silver lining is all of the Yankees who left Friday’s game likely will be available to play soon. Sanchez, Wade and Drury may be good to game by Sunday, while Sabathia hopes to be good to go for his next scheduled start next week.

The Yankees already have six players on the disabled list: First baseman Greg Bird (right ankle surgery), outfielder Clint Frazier (concussion), outfielder Jacoby Ellsbury (oblique), center fielder Aaron Hicks (right intercostal muscle strain), outfielder Billy McKinney (left shoulder sprain) and reliever Ben Heller (right elbow bone spur).

Hicks was injured on Opening Day two Thursdays ago, then McKinney, his replacement, was hurt last Saturday.

According to Kevin Seifert of ESPN, more than half of the league’s teams have migrated through Austin to view Manziel on the practice field. But more interestingly enough, two scouts from the Oakland Raiders were in attendance this Friday to observe Manziel.

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Per the report, Manziel is expected to get 30-35 snaps on Saturday in his official Spring League debut.

One year after he signed a big free-agent contract to leave East Rutherford, defensive tackle Johnathan Hankins could be returning to the other end of MetLife Stadium.

The Jets hosted Hankins on a free-agent visit Thursday, according to ESPN’s Dan Graziano.

The soon-to-be 26-year-old Hankins was released by the Colts last month, one year into a three-year contract worth $30 million. Known as a run-stuffer, he had 44 tackles and two sacks in 15 games with the Colts.

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