Saturday synopsis in case you missed something

NFL

  1. All-Pro left tackle for the Green Bay Packers, David Bakhtiari, missed the entirety of the 2021 season with the exception of the final game. David suffered an ACL tear in 2020. He was expected to be ready last season but was never able to make the comeback. As late as June the team had said that they again expected him to be ready to go for 2022 camp. Bakhtiari has unfortunately been placed on the physically unable to perform list and will undergo another knee surgery.

More on Packers’ All-Pro left tackle David Bakhtiari's return from the torn ACL in his left knee hitting another snag, via @robdemovsky:https://t.co/aV28Hq4FUu — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) July 23, 2022

  1. When the Tennessee Titan rookies report to camp on Saturday the entire 9 player draft class will be under contract. Malik Willis, quarterback out of Liberty drafted in the 3rd round by Tennessee, was the last one and has agreed to a 4-year rookie contract.

Glory to God 🙏🏾 https://t.co/sGPERCDxsJ — Malik Willis (@malikwillis) July 23, 2022

  1. All-Pro cornerback, Jalen Ramsey underwent early off-season shoulder surgery. Ramsey will not be on the field when rookies and veterans report to camp this weekend. The Los Angeles Rams placed Ramsey on the PUP list as of Friday.

Head coach Sean McVay said during a press conference Friday afternoon: “He’s doing good. He’s been attacking the rehab the right way. He’s feeling good. When we did do that surgery on him, obviously most importantly was how he felt about it, but then with the goal in mind of, alright, attack the rehab the right way, and most importantly, be ready for Sept. 8, ready to go. So we’ll be smart about that progress for him.”
Rams CB Jalen Ramsey (shoulder) placed on PUP list to start training camphttps://t.co/AWlJyu0K2e pic.twitter.com/nBNoC7EGog — Around The NFL (@AroundTheNFL) July 22, 2022

MLB

  1. Star outfielder for the Washington Nationals, Juan Soto, shocked the baseball world after rejecting a 15-year $440-million extension offer. The offer was made and rejected shortly before the All-Star break. The Nationals are asking for a combination of 4 to 5 prospects and major leaguers with limited service time. Several teams have already expressed interest but were not willing to include their top 3 prospects in the deal. Washington is sticking to their terms and are said to be unwilling to negotiate at all.

As I said on @FS1, multiple clubs saying Nats’ ask for Soto is 4 to 5 top youngsters, combo of prospects and major leaguers with low service time. Ten days from deadline, Nats aren’t negotiating, one exec says. A team either shows willingness to meet price, or Nats move on. — Ken Rosenthal (@Ken_Rosenthal) July 23, 2022

  1. Justin Verlander became the major leagues’ 1st 13-game winner. Verlander struck out 9 and led the Houston Astros to the win over the Seattle Mariners 3-1 on Saturday. The 39-year-old right-hander allowed just 4 hits in 7 innings, winning his 5th straight start and lowering his ERA to 1.86, 2nd best in the American League.

39-year-old Justin Verlander hit 99.3 mph in the 7th inning today, his fastest pitch since Aug. 4, 2017. His 99.2 mph strikeout of Cal Raleigh is his fastest strikeout pitch since July 21, 2018. pic.twitter.com/An5UG0OrZc — David Adler (@_dadler) July 23, 2022

  1. Atlanta Braves right-hander, Kyle Wright, grabbed his 12th win of the season to take the National League top spot. Austin Riley contributed a 2-run homerun and 2 singles to lift Atlanta 7-2 over the Los Angeles Angels.

AUSTIN 3:16 SAYS THAT BALL WAS CRUSHED@austinriley1308 | #ForTheA pic.twitter.com/RP2EtSW0UB — Atlanta Braves (@Braves) July 24, 2022

  1. Miami Marlins rookie pitcher, Max Meyer, had to leave in the 1st inning of Saturday nights game against the Pittsburg Pirates. Meyers threw just 10 pitches in his 2nd major league start before being pulled due to right elbow discomfort.

RHP Max Meyer exited tonight’s game with right elbow discomfort. — Marlins Communications (@MarlinsComms) July 24, 2022

  1. From bad to worse for the slumping Boston Red Sox as they place All-Star 3rd baseman Rafael Devers on the IL for 10 days with hamstring issues.

The #RedSox today announced the following roster moves: – Placed 3B Rafael Devers on the 10-Day IL with right hamstring inflammation. – Selected OF Jaylin Davis to the active Major League roster from Triple-A Worcester. -Transferred INF/OF Kiké Hernández to the 60-Day IL. — Red Sox (@RedSox) July 23, 2022

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