The TEN: 3/23/2020

(“The TEN” is not a top ten but ten items worth being included in “The TEN”)

1. Quarterback Tom Brady signed a two-year $50 million deal with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

2. Running back Melvin Gordon signed a two-year, $16 million deal with the Denver Broncos.

3. Defensive end Everson Griffin leaves the Minnesota Vikings after 10 seasons to become a free agent.

4. Running back Todd Gurley, released last week by the Rams, signed a one-year, $6 million deal with the Atlanta Falcons.

5. New York Yankees outfielder Aaron Judge had a fractured rib and a partially collapsed lung that was revealed in a CT scan two weeks ago. Judge should have time to heal without surgery the team announced.

6. The Philadelphia 76ers announced that they had three members of the organization test positive for the coronavirus. The Denver Nuggets confirmed one positive test.

7. Georgia freshman guard Anthony Edwards, the number one prospect on ESPN’s board, announced he is declaring for the NBA draft.

8. Former San Francisco 49er receiver Emmanuel Sanders signed two-year, $16 million deal with the New Orleans Saints.

9. Quarterback Jameis Winston bid farewell to Tampa Bay on Twitter posting in part “It’s been a great five seasons as a Buccaneer. All love and respect.”

10. The International Olympic Committee announced it will make a decision on whether to postpone the 2020 Tokyo games within the next four weeks.

2 Comments to "The TEN: 3/23/2020"

  1. Anonymous's Gravatar Anonymous
    March 23, 2020 - 11:48 pm | Permalink

    Mr. Skeptical

    The Bucks May have the 3 best receiver combinations in NFL. 6 of their 9 losses were by 7 or less points 6 times. You don’t thing the QB with 6 super bowl victories is worth at least 1 TD in those games? Not making the mistakes that Jameson made in clutch times are worth those points. Brady passed up the Chargers for the Bucks. Do you really think it was for 25-28.5 million a year?

  2. Skeptical's Gravatar Skeptical
    March 23, 2020 - 1:59 pm | Permalink

    The Bucs’ acquisition of Brady is for one thing only: ticket sales. The dreamer in me wants this 42-year-old guy to work miracles, but the realist in me says that without the considerable support of the Pats’ organization to help him, he’s going to look quite ordinary.

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