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Saturday Shenanigans You Might Have Missed


NFL


  • Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen will not need surgery on his partially torn UCL. He is expected to make a full recovery ahead of next season. The 26-year-old suffered the injury all the way back in week 9 loss to the New York Jets.



  • The Arizona Cardinals are slated to interview Philadelphia Eagles defensive coordinator Jonathan Gannon for their open head coach position. The meeting is planned for Monday after the Super Bowl.


  • The Carolina Panthers have made a few additions to their coaching staff. Josh McCown will be the teams new quarterback coach and Dom Capers will be the senior defensive assistant.





NBA


  • Orlando Magic wing Terrence Ross is expected to sign with Phoenix Suns after the veteran finalizes his contract buyout with the Magic. The 34-year-old is in his final season of a 4-year, $54 million contract with Orlando.


  • Charlotte Hornets point guard Reggie Jackson is also finalizing a contract buyout and once he clears waivers is expected to sing with the Denver Nuggets.





NHL


  • The Arizona Coyotes making the announcement that defenseman Jakob Chychrun was a healthy scratch on Saturday against the St. Louis Blues for trade-related reasons.



  • The struggling Minnesota wild put an end to the New Jersey Devils 3 game winning streak on Saturday with a 3-2 win. Mats Zuccarello and Frederick Gaudreau scored in a shootout to help seal the win.





MLB


  • The Arizona Diamondbacks and left-handed reliever Andrew Chafin have come to an agreement on a 1-year contract worth about $6.5 million or up $7.5 million with incentives. The deal is pending a physical.



  • The Los Angeles Dodgers and right-handed reliever Alex Reyes have come to an agreement on a 1-year, $1.1-million contract that also has a $3-million club option for 2024. The contract is pending a physical and also has a few performance bonuses that could earn the 28-year-old up to $10 million.



  • The Miami Marlins picked up left-hander A.J. Puk from the Oakland Athletics in return for outfielder JJ Bleday.



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