Clifton Brown of CSNBaltimore.com wonders if the Baltimore Ravens, who have a need at right tackle, would nab Virginia OT Morgan Moses at No. 17 if Michigan's Taylor Lewan and Notre Dame's Zack Martin already are off the board.

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Before Dominique Easley tore his ACL (for the second time) and meniscus back in September, many projected him as a first-round pick. Predictably, his draft stock has sunk since then, but he tried to boost it Thursday during a workout for NFL teams.

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When Hanley Ramirez returns 

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Hanley Ramirez left Wednesday's game after being hit on the left hand by a 90 mph fastball by Ryan Vogelsong, but after X-Rays checked out negative, the shortstop sounded optimistic about playing in the series finale on Thursday.

Will he be in the lineup today with Madison Bumgarner on the hill?

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Kershaw nearing a return? 

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The Los Angeles Dodgers have dropped two close games in a row to the hands of the arch rival San Francisco Giants, but there's a bit of encouraging news in regards to their ace, Clayton Kershaw.

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UPDATE: It didn't take long to get a clearer understanding of how Seattle plans to use Nick Franklin this season.

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Well, it's official. According to this piece Thursday on SI.com, Jabari Parker is going pro. Here's a look at the teams in the lottery that would offer the best fit for the gifted 6-foot-8 small forward.

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Kyle Anderson now a lottery pick? 

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Two players ranked in the top 20 on Chad Ford's Big Board have already announced their intention to return to school -- Louisville power forward Montrezl Harrell and Kentucky center Willie Cauley-Stein -- while Arizona's rising small forward Rondae Hollis-Jefferson (No. 24 on the Big Board) has also decided to pass on the NBA for a second season of college.

UCLA's multi-dimensional point-forward Kyle Anderson, currently No. 27 on the Big Board, is one player who could benefit.

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Reports thus far are that Tony Romo's recovery from his second back surgery in a year is progressing well. Nonetheless, he's a soon-to-be 34-year-old quarterback working his way back from a serious procedure and that brings with it concerns.

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Is CJ's knee an issue? 

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You can say what you want about Chris Johnson's effort and dedication on the gridiron, but one thing you can't knock him for is his durability. To wit, the running back has never missed a game due to injury during his six seasons in the NFL. Still, that doesn't mean there isn't plenty of wear and tear on his body after touching the pill more than 2,000 times as a pro.

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Suns GM warns other NBA teams 

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Eric Bledsoe will enter July as a restricted free agent and Suns general manager Ryan McDonough is planning to keep his guard at all costs. That includes matching a potential high-dollar offer sheet from another team.

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K-Mart not ready to close NBA career 

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Kenyon Martin has been sidelined since the start of February due to a sore left ankle and he's planning to have offseason surgery to fix the issue -- bone chips. Martin has played in 14 NBA seasons and he's not ready to call it a career. In fact, he hopes to keep playing for the Knicks.

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Mike Woodson''s fate decided soon 

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The New York Knicks completed their disappointing season on Wednesday and head coach Mike Woodson will likely learn his fate in a few days when he meets with team president Phil Jackson.

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Kyrie Irving likes Cavs' progress 

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The Cleveland Cavaliers offseason has officially begun and the most important issue is the status of Kyrie Irving. The Cavs are expected to offer their starting point guard a max five-year extension in July, however there is a chance he might decline it. Irving discussed the extension after Wednesday's season finale.

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Fantasy football owners may have seen some sleeper potential in Washington Redskins kicker Kai Forbath last season, but he flopped during the first half of the season. An injury cost him a few weeks, and he struggled upon his return, missing three of his next eight attempts. He locked in after that, though, nailing each of his final 13 attempts over the final eight games.

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