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Tuesday Tidbits You Might Have Missed


  • Free agency has been off to a busy start the last couple of days. Here are just some of the happenings from yesterday, in case you didn't catch them all.

  • The New Orleans Saints and wide receiver Michael Thomas have agreed on a restructured 1-year, $10-million contract worth up to $5 million.

  • The Las Vegas Raiders will sign wide receiver Jakobi Meyers on a 3-year, $33-million deal that does include $21 million fully guaranteed.

  • The Philadelphia Eagles and former Seattle Seahawks running back Rashaad Penny have agreed to terms of a new contract. The deal is reportedly worth up to $2.1 million.

  • The Philadelphia Eagles and cornerback James Bradberry have agreed on a 3-year, $38-million deal. The contract includes $20 million guaranteed.

  • The Carolina Panthers are slated to sign quarterback Andy Dalton on a 2-year, $10-million deal, that includes $8 million guaranteed and possible $17 million with incentives.

  • The Atlanta Falcons have signed offensive lineman Kaleb McGary to a 3-year, $34.5-million extension.

  • The Indianapolis Colts and defensive end Samson Ebukam have come to an agreement on a 3-year, $27-million contract.

  • The Detroit Lions will sign running back David Montgomery on a 3-year, $18-million deal that carries $11 million guaranteed.

  • The Kansas City Chiefs and defensive lineman Charles Omenihu have come to an agreement on a 2-year deal worth up to $20 million.

  • The Minnesota Vikings will reportedly sign cornerback Byron Murphy on a 2-year, $22-million deal.


  • The Milwaukee Bucks beat the Phoenix Suns 116-104 on Tuesday night making them 1st team to clinch a 2023 playoff spot. This is the 7th straight season headed to the playoffs for Milwaukee.

  • The Toronto Raptors handed the Denver Nuggets their 4th straight loss beating them 125-110 on Tuesday night. Fred VanVleet scored 36 points, O.G. Anunoby contributed 24 and the Toronto Raptors pulled off a franchise-record, 49-point 1st quarter.

  • The MVP race seems to be down to a 3 man race with just a dozen games left to go in the regular season. It also appears that a 3rd consecutive crowing of the title to Denver Nuggets big man Nikola Jokic is fairly likely. Joel embiid of the Philadelphia 76ers and Giannis Antetokounmpo of the Milwaukee Bucks pull up in the No. 2 and 3 spots respectively, we shall see how these last 12 games play out.

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