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Andersen Pickard

Andersen Pickard

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Andersen covers MLB, the NFL, and fantasy football for various outlets. You can find him playing baseball, constantly updating his fantasy rostrs, talking to friends and family about sports, or watching highlights of MLB infielders on YouTube until midnight. Zach Wilson truther.


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Jurrell Casey (biceps) released by Broncos photo
The Broncos' defensive cutdown continues. After releasing A.J. Bouye last week, Denver is now parting ways with veteran defensive lineman Jurrell Casey, too.
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Russell Wilson would accept trade to Cowboys, Saints, Raiders, Bears photo
The Russell Wilson drama continues in Seattle. Adam Schefter of ESPN reports that while the Seahawks' franchise quarterback has not formally requested a trade and would like to stay in Seattle, he would accept trades to the Cowboys, Saints, Raiders, and Bears.
J.J. Watt has several offers, including one for at least $15M per year photo
As the J.J. Watt sweepstakes continue, a new nugget of information has been dropped. Dianna Russini of ESPN reports that Watt has several offers on the table, including one that would pay him between $15 million and $16 million per year.
Marcus Mariota could be release candidate, per Rapoport photo
In an interesting development, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network speculates that the Raiders could release backup quarterback Marcus Mariota rather than trade him.
Eddie Vanderdoes (undisclosed) released by Texans photo
The Texans have released defensive tackle Eddie Vanderdoes with a non-football injury designation, creating roughly $990,000 in cap space.
Brad Brach invited to Royals' camp photo
The Royals have signed veteran reliever Brad Brach to a minor league deal and invited him to Spring Training.
Garrett Crochet will open season in MLB bullpen photo
White Sox general manager Rick Hahn announced Garrett Crochet, the team's first-round pick last summer, is expected to open the 2021 season in the major league bullpen.
Michael Kopech viewed as
Michael Kopech may have missed all of 2019 and 2020 after undergoing Tommy John surgery, but the White Sox organization still expects him to grace the top of their rotation for years to come. "Long term, we still view him as a premium starter," said general manager Rick Hahn.
Dee Strange-Gordon will get opportunities at shortstop photo
Veteran infielder Dee Strange-Gordon is expected to see time at shortstop this spring. Manager David Bell confirmed on Wednesday that "he'll get opportunities" at the position.
Richard Sherman not expected to return to 49ers photo
On Monday, Richard Sherman announced that he intends to play for just two more years. Now, we are learning that the impending free agent won't return to the 49ers in 2021. During a phone call with The Sacramento Bee, Sherman said, “It’s been made pretty clear. It was a good conversation, nothing crazy. Just a good conversation about where they are and where I am, and their plans. We were both very positive and as good as you can be in a situation like this.”