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April

18
RB J.K. Dobbins plans to sign 1-year deal with Chargers

Former Baltimore Ravens running back J.K. Dobbins plans to sign a one-year contract with the Los Angeles Chargers, per his agency, LAA Sports. The move reunites him with Greg Roman, his former offensive coordinator in Baltimore, as well as his former Ravens backfield mate Gus Edwards. Dobbins was the Ravens’ lead back when healthy. He brings a style different from Edwards’ that features elusiveness and the capacity to catch passes out of the backfield. The Ravens didn’t do a ton of throwing to running backs, but in Dobbins’ rookie season with Roman, he caught a career-high 18 passes. The Chargers and quarterback Justin Herbert relied heavily on former […]

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March

28
LAFC finalizing deal with Olivier Giroud through 2025

MLS side LAFC is concluding a deal with AC Milan and France international forward Olivier Giroud, sources confirmed to ESPN. Giroud, 37, is set to join up with LAFC after completing his obligations to the France national team at Euro 2024, which is set to take place between June 14 and July 14. The MLS summer transfer window opens on July 18 and lasts through Aug. 14. The deal is expected to last through at least the end of the 2025 season and would make Giroud a designated player for LAFC. LAFC owns Giroud’s discovery rights — the right of first refusal among MLS clubs – meaning there […]

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March

28
Panthers reach deal with pass-rusher Jadeveon Clowney

Free agent pass-rusher Jadeveon Clowney has agreed to a contract with the Carolina Panthers, the team revealed Wednesday. Terms were not disclosed but sources told ESPN’s Adam Schefter that Clowney agreed to a two-year, $20 million contract that can be worth up to $24 million. Clowney will receive bonuses for reaching 8, 10 and 12 sacks in each season, a league source told ESPN’s David Newton. For Clowney, this is a homecoming. He is a native of Rock Hill, South Carolina, about 25 minutes south of Charlotte where he starred at South Pointe High School. He also attended the University of South Carolina, […]

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March

20
Blake Snell agrees to 2-year, $62M deal with Giants

Blake Snell’s prolonged free agency has ended. The reigning National League Cy Young Award winner agreed to a two-year, $62 million deal with the San Francisco Giants on Monday, 10 days before his new team opens its regular season versus his former one, the San Diego Padres. The deal includes an opt-out after the first season. San Francisco released terms of the deal on Tuesday. Snell received a $17 million signing bonus and is set to make $15 million this season and $30 million next season, half of which will be deferred until 2027. Snell’s deal — like those of fellow Scott Boras […]

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March

19
Injury-ravaged Cavs sign Marcus Morris Sr. to 10-day deal

Missing three regular starters with injuries, the Cleveland Cavaliers signed forward Marcus Morris Sr. to a 10-day contract on Monday to give them some depth. Morris played in 37 matches earlier this season for Philadelphia before being traded to San Antonio on Feb. 8. The 34-year-old agreed to a buyout with the Spurs and was waived Feb. 29, allowing him to stay eligible for the postseason. It’s possible he’ll stay beyond his 10-day contract with the Cavs, who have been wrecked by injuries. Cleveland has lost three of four and is just 4-6 in its last 10 games. Looking for the best online betting site and Live betting? […]

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March

04
Giants sign Matt Chapman to 3-year, $54 million deal

Matt Chapman, regarded as one of the best defensive infielders in baseball, concluded a guaranteed three-year, $54 million contract with the San Francisco Giants, the team revealed Sunday. The deal includes opt-outs after the first and second year of the agreement. Chapman gets a $2 million signing bonus and a $16 million salary this year under the deal announced Sunday, and his agreement includes a $17 million player option for 2025 with a $2 million buyout. If Chapman exercises that option, he has an $18 million player option for 2026 with a $3 million buyout. The deal includes a $20 million […]

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February

27
Dodgers trade Manuel Margot to Twins, add Kiké Hernández

The Los Angeles Dodgers on Monday traded outfielder Manuel Margot to the Minnesota Twins and agreed to terms with super utility man Kiké Hernández on a one-year, $4 million deal. After shopping Margot, 29, in recent days, the Dodgers struck a deal to send the Twins the outfielder and shortstop prospect Rayne Doncon for shortstop prospect Noah Miller. The Dodgers also will send cash to help cover the $12 million owed Margot — $10 million this year and a $2 million buyout on a $12 million club option, a source told ESPN. Hernández, who emerged during a six-year stint with the Dodgers and returned to Los Angeles in […]

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February

23
Pirates, Mitch Keller agree to five-year extension

Right-hander Mitch Keller and the Pittsburgh Pirates are in agreement on a five-year, $77 million contract extension, sources tell ESPN, locking up another young core player as the team continues to try to return to the postseason for the first time in nearly a decade. The deal, which starts this year and ends after the 2028 season, will pay Keller $7.5 million in 2024 — more than $2 million above where he had settled with the team in arbitration, according to sources. In what would’ve been his final year of arbitration in 2025, Keller will receive $15 million. For the three free agent years […]

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February

14
Sainz in no rush to decide next move after Ferrari sign Hamilton

Carlos Sainz will take his time to decide where he spends “the most important three or four years” of his Formula One career, having found out Ferrari will replace him with Lewis Hamilton in 2025. Ferrari revealed the blockbuster Hamilton signing at the start of February, shortly after signing Sainz’s teammate Charles Leclerc to a new contract. Sainz had gone into the off-season hoping to secure a similar deal, but now has to look elsewhere. The Spaniard is a candidate to substitute Hamilton at Mercedes, although he is seen as a front-runner to join the Sauber team in 2025, which would see […]

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February

09
Adolis García, Rangers agree to 2-year deal, avoid arbitration

Adolis García and the Texas Rangers agreed Thursday to a two-year deal, the team revealed. The deal, according to multiple reports, is worth $14 million and avoids a salary arbitration hearing for the American League Championship Series MVP and the World Series champions. The deal through 2025 is pending a physical. García was the only Rangers player eligible for salary arbitration who didn’t reach a deal before last month’s deadline. An arbitration hearing had been arranged for Thursday before the agreement was reached. The two-time All-Star slugger, who set an MLB postseason record with 22 RBIs last fall, had requested $6.9 million and […]

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