Archive for November 7th, 2018

Dez Bryant Signs With Saints, Bell’s Upside Down Tweets


The New Orleans Saints signed former Dallas Cowboys receiver Dez Bryant to a 0ne year deal hoping to get some more help at receiver (even though at 7-1, they’re having a great season so far). The Cowboys all-time leader in catches, Bryant, was released from Dallas in April and has been trying to find a fit since then. Bryant turned 30 this week and went to social media to express his enthusiasm for re-joining a team, especially a playoff contender. He said, he was “going to be ready this go around”.

The sports world has been following Le’Veon Bell’s holdout from the Pittsburgh Steelers and wondering if he’ll return at all this season. On Thursday, Bell seemed to mess with everyone by writing tweets upside down. The tweets are not easy to read, but here’s what he said: “Just about everybody has an opinion on my life & worried about what I’m doing. Don’t judge me off my decisions because maybe this isn’t what you’d do but most people don’t take the time to just simply read between the lines & that’s clearly on them. I’m not apologizing for what I believe is right for myself, family, and rest of my peers, period. Also, if you’re really finding the time to figure out what I’m saying, you’ve proved my point.”

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LaMelo Returns To High School, Finalists For Major League Baseball Awards


LaMelo Ball has decided to return to high school and complete his senior year. LaMelo dropped out of Chino High School to play with his brother LiAngelo in Lithuania last year. After returning from Lithuania, the brothers played for their dad, the very outspoken LaVar, in the Junior Basketball Association. LaMelo was previously committed to playing at UCLA, but after signing with an agent last December, he became ineligible to play for any college so presumbably he’s hoping to attract attention from the pros.


The baseball writers association has announced the finalist for the awards given to Major League Baseball’s finest. The voting concluded before the start of the playoffs and the ultimate winners will be announced next week. Not surprisingly, Jacob DeGrom, Max Scherzer, and Aaron Nola are finalists for the National League Cy Young Award, and Mookie Betts, Jose Ramirez, and Mike Trout are finalists for the American League Cy Young. Click here for a list of all categories and finalists.


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