With good reason, Jake Locker is owned in just 2.2 percent of ESPN fantasy football leagues. However, it sounds like he should be back in action at some point in the coming weeks.
The Tigers already have two relievers on the disabled list. Do they need to make a move right away.
The Cubs called up their top prospect on Friday, but the White Sox see no need to follow suit.
Nets forward Mirza Teletovic has been cleared to resume basketball-related activities.
Pacers plan to play at a quicker pace, which means C Roy Hibbert could see his minutes reduced next season.
Dillon Gee was the subject of trade rumors all winter and the New York Mets may still be open to dealing the righthander.
A top Yankee scout went to see the Braves' top prospect, but that doesn't mean a deal will happen.
The Tampa Bay Rays signed veteran catcher J.P. Arencibia to a minor league contract on Thursday, which seemed to suggest that the Rays wanted to add some depth behind the plate.
Hornets starting C Al Jefferson likely to remain under contract through next season.
Not too long after the NFL draft kicks off in a couple of weeks, West Virginia wide receiver Kevin White is sure to be selected. Either he or Amari Cooper figures to the first pass-catcher to come off the board.
While Melvin Hunt has done a good job and has the backing of the players, management is expected to hire someone else for the Nuggets head coach spot.
A good number of players won't return in 2015-16.
Thunder SF Kyle Singler hopes to re-sign with team, but they don't have room for him.
One report claimed the Pelicans GM and head coach could have been fired if the team didn't make the 2015 NBA playoffs.
Coming up in the New York Yankees organization, Peter O'Brien was used in a variety of different positions; catcher, third base, first base and the outfield.
Michael Saunders' injury in Spring Training opened the door for a temporary starting spot for Kevin Pillar in Toronto's outfield, but Pillar's impressive start to the season may force the Blue Jays to change their plans.