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Carson Wentz pledges $500,000 for sports facility in Haiti

Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz has visited Haiti multiple times and wants to do something to improve life in the most impoverished country in the Western Hemisphere. He’s hoping a significant donation will help.

Wentz announced on Twitter that he’s matching up to $500,000 in donations to build a sports complex that is being planned in Haiti.

The complex will have 10 soccer fields, two indoor basketball courts, six outdoor basketball courts, 5,000 shaded seat track and field, dormitories for 200 people, locker rooms and a community park with Wi-Fi, a play space and lighting.

In recent years, LSU has not leaned heavily on its backs as pass-catchers. Guice caught just 32 passes over three seasons. In the same amount of time, Leonard Fournette pulled down just 41 grabs, but the Jaguars back showed what he can do with 36 catches last season as a rookie.

Mickell started his college career as a receiver before moving to the secondary. He made 85 tackles two sacks and three interceptions in his final two seasons.

Scales was named a team captain and MVP in 2016 when he led the country with 23.5 tackles for loss. He also had seven sacks and led the Big Ten with 126 tackles. Last season as a senior, Scales made 12.5 tackles for loss and six sacks.

And now he’s back with the Saints on a deal that makes him just the 34th-highest-paid cornerback in football.

Ben Roethlisberger’s least favorite move of the offseason was actually one of the best draft decisions of the year.

Quarterback is the most important position in the game, and the Pittsburgh Steelers know they can’t be caught without a succession plan under center. Oklahoma State product Mason Rudolph gives them a quality option out of Round 3, and he presented great value in that No. 76 spot. broncos_075_7e1f83a98225d9f5-180x180

Former first-round NFL draft pick Anthony Gonzalez wins GOP congressional primary in Ohio

Former Indianapolis Colts wide receiver Anthony Gonzalez won the Republican primary for Ohio’s 16th congressional district on Tuesday.

Gonzalez, a former Ohio State standout who was a first-round pick in the 2007 NFL draft, will square off in November against Democrat Susan Moran Palmer, who won the six-candidate Democratic primary.

The Rams wound up taking offensive tackle Greg Robinson here, who was large and a tremendous athlete but, it turns out, a horrendous football player.

(As one coach put it years later:He could do backflips, which was incredible for such a big man, but in this game we don’t do backflips.) Still, don’t laugh at the Rams.

Other players they got in the Griffin mega deal included DT Michael Brockers, LB Aleg Ogltree and CB Janoris Jenkins, who all became high-level starters.

If Washington had still owned this pick and gone defensive end with their first choice, like they did on what turned out to be the very average Trent Murphy (now in Buffalo), they would have had Khalil Mack.

The Falcons made Rodgers a seventh-round draft pick in 2015. Atlanta waived him before the regular season, and the Giants signed him to their practice squad late that season.

Rodgers also has spent time on the Chargers, Steelers and Panthers’ practice squads.

The charge against Greene, unlawful possession of a handgun, was dismissed last July.

Now, he’s filed a federal lawsuit against members of the Elizabeth Police Department and the Union County Prosecutor’s Office claiming malicious prosecution, defamation and violation of his civil rights.

The suit doesn’t just seek damages for humiliation and lost economic opportunity, it also seeks an independent monitor to oversee the Elizabeth police department, citing a pattern of abusive behavior against others.

A city spokeswoman declined comment, saying they doesn’t discuss pending litigation and efforts to reach a spokesman for the prosecutor’s office were unsuccessful Thursday.broncos_008_383aa0a92acdcb3d-180x180

Brady has a theory on why NFL ratings are down

It appears that Tom Brady had a few things he wanted to get off his chest, because the Patriots quarterabck touched on a lot of topics during his interview at the Milken Institute Global Conference earlier this week.

For instance, we now know that Brady plans on playing at least two more years in NFL, but only because he has Gisele’s official approval. We also now know that Brady may or may not feel appreciated by Bill Belichick. We also know that Brady was and still is totally in the dark about why Malcolm Butler got benched in Super Bowl LII, which means that’s a mystery that will likely never be solved.

Thoughts: It’s been a shocking free-fall for Hurst, and Lions general manager Bob Quinn wouldn’t comment whether the former Michigan standout is on or off the Lions’ board due to health concerns. But you can make a strong case it’s worth exploring the risk on Day 3. Settle is a two-down lineman who could be a long-term nose tackle option, while Ford has an non-traditional body type (5-foot-11), but has shown the ability to produce despite those limitations.

Basically what we did, coming into the draft, we had a group of about five guys that we would be very happy with at 24 and we got our pick and three of those guys were there and it was a hard decision between Calvin Ridley and D.J. Moore, Hurney said. I think that the difference to us is, and we think they’re both excellent wide receivers, is just D.J. Moore gives us a little different skill set than we had.

Kyle Lauletta, QB, Richmond Grade: A. Quick-strike QB with quality accuracy on short/intermediate throws. Aggressive. Needs work downfield and against pressure. 109. Troy Apke, S, Penn State Grade: D+ Super athlete with size. Not a great football player yet. Slow to react to run plays and route concepts. 110. Nick Nelson, CB, Wisconsin Grade: B+ Sticky man CB. Nice ball skills. Average athleticism. Can be overly grabby. Helps to fill a need in secondary. 111. Brian Allen, C, Michigan State Grade: B- If he was bigger and a tick more athletic, he’d have gone on Day 2. Technician. Nice depth on aging OL. tigers_056-115x115

Early Big Ten power rankings: Who is No. 1?

I think we did really well this spring, Morris said. We’ve got a lot of young guys that are stepping up, and that’s one of the best things. We’re building depth.

That depth could come at a cost for Morris. Sophomore Tyshon Fogg had a standout spring and filled in on the weakside once Morris was injured. There will be plenty of snaps for both this fall – Rutgers will likely try to offset its depth issues on the defensive line by utilizing its second-level defenders – but Fogg certainly could push for the job in Rutgers’ base defense.

Green Bay fans have a running list of cornerbacks who haven’t got the job done since the last Super Bowl run in 2010 — when Williams and Charles Woodson were the starters. There is a standard at the position, and it has not been met this decade. Give credit to Gutekunst, McCarthy and Pettine for recognizing the problem, but it’s on Alexander and Jackson to prove these moves right.

Jackson is still reeling from 0-8 with Cody Kessler in 2016 and 0-15 with DeShone Kizer in 2017, and will practice self-restraint.

Austin Corbett, OL, Nevada: He played left tackle in college, and maybe he gets an early tryout to replace retired star Joe Thomas in Cleveland. But Corbett has been widely projected as a guard in the NFL, and the Browns are currently very strong (and financially committed) inside with Joel Bitonio, Kevin Zeitler and JC Tretter.

Will Hernandez, G, Texas El-Paso: Here’s a beloved hog molly for GM Dave Gettleman. New York now has Saquon Barkley to ignite a dormant ground game, but a lack of talent in the backfield wasn’t the only reason for those struggles. Hernandez is a mauler who will blast open lanes for Barkley and also take good care of Eli Manning.

Nick Chubb, RB, Georgia: He ran for nearly 5,000 yards in four seasons with the Bulldogs and actually timed faster at the combine (4.52 40) than backfield mate Sony Michel (4.54). Chubb can be a punishing runner but certainly capable of getting outside and tearing off large chunks — call him Carlos Hyde-plus. But with just 31 catches in college, don’t expect to see Chubb much on passing downs, where Duke Johnson will continue to get most of the work.tigers_006-115x115

What we did learn about the Yankees this week?

Watch the video above for NJ Advance Media Yankees beat writer Randy Miller’s take.

Who’s going to lead the Yankees in home runs this season?

Last year, Aaron Judge led the American League with 52 home runs.

CC actually called me when he found out that I was going back to Trenton, Sheffield said. He just said, ‘Don’t worry about it. You could be in the Double-A, then be in the Bronx. You never know what could happen. He also said this could be a test for me to go down there to show them what you’ve got. Talking to CC, that was good for me.

What could have been: Ray Farmer and Mike Pettine could have avoided the wow factor. They let Buffalo trade up for Sammy Watkins and watched Oakland take Khalil Mack with the next pick. Then, Cleveland drafted Justin Gilbert at No. 8 and traded up to grab Johnny Manziel at No. 22.

Does it matter? None of that worked. Teddy Bridgewater, Derek Carr and Jimmy Garoppolo were the next three quarterbacks selected in the draft. Cleveland traded Justin Gilbert to the Steelers in 2016.

1. LeBron James connection: Let’s not bury the lede here. Fizdale and James have a good relationship dating back to their shared time in Miami (Fizdale was Erik Spoelstra’s assistant during James’ years in South Beach). In fact, many connected dots to Fizdale’s next stop and where James could sign in free agency this summer.

2. One stop ended abruptly: The Knicks will be Fizdale’s second head coaching gig in the league. After years as an assistant, Fizdale landed the head job in Memphis in 2016 and guided the team to the postseason in his first year at the helm. But Fizdale was let go just 19 games into the 2017-18 season.

3. Memphis drama: Fizdale and Grizzlies star Marc Gasol reportedly didn’t see eye-to-eye, possibly leading to the abrupt firing earlier this season. Should that worry Knicks fans already sensing a clash between the new head man and young star Kristaps Porzingis? Not really. Fizdale reportedly had great relationships with Dwyane Wade, Chris Bosh and James in Miami.

4. Sought after: Fizdale had options on the coaching market after interviewing with Phoenix, Charlotte, Orlando and Atlanta.

5. Take that for data: Knicks fans will love this kind of attitude.canucks_037

Seahawks, Wilson could be on a Kirk Cousins-style collision

With all the talk about Aaron Rodgers‘ looming mega-deal, there’s another quarterback who, like Rodgers, has two years left on his current contract. Unlike Rodgers, there’s no momentum toward adjusting the other quarterback’s deal.

The other quarterback is Russell Wilson, and his contract situation eventually could get messy.

Per a source with knowledge of the situation, the current expectation from Wilson’s perspective is that he’ll finish his current deal and receive the franchise tag in 2020. Based on his 2019 cap number of $25.286 million, it will cost the Seahawks $30.34 million to keep him for another season after the expiration of his current deal.

His original plan to get noticed was to start training immediately on the west coast and hope to land in one of the NFL’s regional combines. When the league announced it wouldn’t be holding those this year, panic mode set in and the offensive lineman had to figure out the next course of action.

Growing up in Windsor would turn out be yet another blessing for Shepley though. There’s an NFL rule that states if a prospect went to high school within 50 miles of an NCAA school’s facility, he can attend that team’s pro day. The only caveat was he needed to be specifically requested by at least two NFL teams.

“My whole plan of action was to train as hard as I could,” Shepley said. “I knew I had some of the tools to test well already, I just needed to work on those in the months leading up to the Pro Day.

I think in Eric’s case and even Kaepernick’s case they’re good enough players to be out there and having a job, Namath said.

Why aren’t they? I don’t know. I don’t believe in the collusion though, I think the NFL is smarter than that.

Namath did not explain why he thinks teams haven’t signed the players.

Edge rusher: Clayborn was a good get, but he did most of his sack damage for the Falcons in a situational rotational role. Returning end Trey Flowers led a productive committee with 6 1/2 of the team’s 42 sacks, but New England’s pass rush overall last season was inconsistent.

Cornerback: McCourty replaces Butler in the short term, but he becomes a 31-year-old free agent in 2019. Behind Stephon Gilmore and McCourty, there’s Eric Rowe, also in a contract year, and not much else. That makes corner a priority position for multiple selections.giants_146

Seahawks GM John Schneider says Seattle not ‘actively’ trying to trade Earl Thomas

Despite the constant trade speculation swirling around over the past few months, Earl Thomas remains a member of the Seattle Seahawks. A big window for a potential deal passed during the draft, and based on Seattle general manager John Schneider’s recent comments, it doesn’t seem like the Seahawks are eager to make a trade happen themselves in the immediate future.

In an interview with Seattle’s Sports Radio 950 KRJ (per ESPN’s Brady Henderson), Schneider said that the team isn’t actively trying to move its All-Pro free safety.

Nope, not actively looking for that, Schneider responded. Nope.

While it may be true that the Seahawks themselves aren’t openly shopping Thomas around, that likely hasn’t stopped them from listening to offers for the star safety.

Miller was on NFL.com’s third page of their overall prospect rankings, and they weren’t alone with having the offensive lineman ranked so low.

He’s a big, physical player who shows some promise, but his development is still pretty raw, and he’s headed to a team with Tom Cable, who hasn’t shown much promise developing offensive line talent.

After Giancarlo Stanton belted a double to right-center field to lead off the ninth, Neil Walker drew a two-out walk with Stanton on on third base. Miguel Andujar notched the game-winning hit, singling to shallow right field off closer Cody Allen, scoring Stanton and setting off a wild celebration in of all places the outfield.

In was the Yankees’ second rally in as many innings.

In the eighth, they loaded the bases against Alexi Ogando making his first big-league appearance since 2016 before Aaron Judge drew a full count walk to force in Miguel Andujar and make it 6-5 Yankees.

The Yankees’ bullpen squandered a 5-0 lead through seven innings and a one-run advantage going into the ninth inning.

Aroldis Chapman earned his first blown save when Yan Gomes scored on the lefty’s second wild pitch of the inning to tie things at 6-all.

The fastball smacked off the plate umpire’s helmet and catcher Gary Sanchez, who didn’t have a chance at catching it, also didn’t a a shot at nabbing Gomes at home. The Yankees won for the 13th time in their last 14 games and improved to 22-10. They started the day a game behind the Red Sox and tied for the second-best record in the majors.

They also improved to 19-3 while leading after six innings and 17-3 after scoring first.nike_jets_1639

They’ll figure out real early if he wants to put in the work or not.

NFL players are smart, one NFL coach said. That’s what we mean by, ‘Does he love ball?’ Is he going to be the guy working his ass off to get better?

Rosen played at a high level at UCLA. He battled through injuries, and his work ethic was never questioned. But the knock on him, from some, has been that his expressed interests in Wall Street and things other than football might keep him from improving as a quarterback. Of course, no one said that when Andrew Luck was carting around books about the history of concrete. But, for instance, scouts did love that Carson Wentz and Mitchell Trubisky had few interests outside of football and hunting.

It’s not a new concern with Rosen. In fact, in a summer 2017 interview with B/R, he even addressed it, saying, If I didn’t love the game, I wouldn’t be out here getting my ass kicked.

Stephen was a seventh-round pick in 2014 and played in 52 games for the Vikings over the last four years. He was a starter in 2016, but moved back into a reserve role last season while appearing in 15 regular season games and one playoff contest. He had 28 tackles and a sack in those outings.

Stephen and Johnson join Jarran Reed and Nazair Jones at defensive tackle for the Seahawks. 2017 second-round pick Malik McDowell could also figure into the mix, although his health is a question mark after last year’s ATV accident.

Foster also said Payton asked to speak to Foster’s girlfriend. According to Foster, Payton asked the girlfriend, Are you going to be the guidance to be sure Reuben doesn’t get into trouble? Payton confirmed that, and said periodically over the years he asked a prospective player’s significant other if the Saints could count on her to help steer the player away from trouble.dolphins_081

‘This is the guy Dave wants’: The whispers around Giants’ No. 2 pick

The Giants remain immersed in their draft preparation, hunkered down in a meeting room at the team facility, putting the final touches on their draft board. With the No. 2-overall pick, there is not much need for hand-wringing or premature angst about who might be available for them.

We are at T-minus 12 days and counting before the first round is underway. What does The Post know? Based on what is being said, what is being heard, what can be surmised and what should be considered educated guesswork, here we go:

Although there will be more such deals to come, and it’s not a mock draft without taking those into account, here’s going through the first round as it stands now.

The Browns traded for Tyrod Taylor as their best stopgap in years, but the team also will go after its long-term franchise solution in advance of Taylor becoming a 29-year-old free agent in 2019. Although Darnold has his flaws like every talented QB in this rich class, he’s the most well-rounded prospect at the position with his arm, accuracy and athleticism.

Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker Ryan Shazier returned to his alma mater on Saturday and appeared to stand without assistance to cheers from the crowd.

The former Ohio State Buckeye visited the spring game in Columbus and was named an honorary captain.

Shazier is recovering from a spinal injury suffered in a Dec. 4 game against Cincinnati.

“Every day I’m getting a lot better and I’m able to move around more,” Shazier said to ESPN. “I’m doing a thousand times better than I was in December.”

Shazier played three seasons at OSU (2011-2013) before being drafted by the Steelers with the 15th pick of the first round in the 2014 NFL Draft .

The Saints were a good pass-rushing team last season in terms of sacks (42), but it was pretty much done by committee beyond the dominance of Cameron Jordan. They need another dangerous edge rusher and have looked closely at the versatile Key right in their own backyard. With Key available, he becomes an easy pick over a tight end.dolphins_101

Former Steelers standout LB James Harrison retires

Longtime Steelers standout linebacker James Harrison, who’ll turn 40 on May 4, announced his retirement via social media early Monday.

He previously announced his retirement four years ago, only to return.

Seattle is looking at the top quarterbacks in this draft as well as the top defenders, but it’s hard to imagine them passing on offensive line early. It’s too much of a need, and O’Neill can play left or right tackle.

Sutton and the Cowboys have been linked together for a while, and with Dez Bryant gone, the pairing makes more sense than ever. Sutton needs refinement, but he has No. 1 receiver potential.

The Lions’ running game last year was atrocious. While they could add a top rusher like Derrius Guice, they’d be wise to focus on their offensive line first and foremost. They can then look to the middle rounds for a runner who can take advantage of the improved blocking.

While the Steelers are putting off their latest round of Le’Veon Bell negotiations until after the draft, the running back specified the offer he received last year.

Bell said the Steelers offered him a deal at last July’s deadline that averaged $13.3MM per year, Jeremy Fowler of ESPN.com reports. This differs slightly from the reports that emerged indicating Bell turned down a deal that would have paid him $30MM over the first two years.

After adding an offensive tackle with their earlier first-round pick, the Patriots addressing their secondary would be wise. Reid can play either safety spot and slide into a nickel cornerback role, all long-term needs for New England.

Isaiah Wynn, OL, Georgia: The current starting guard options on Detroit’s roster are uninspiring, which makes the position a priority in the draft. Wynn is a versatile option, having played left tackle for the Bulldogs last season, but he’s best suited for the inside at the pro level because of his height. If the Lions place a premium on athleticism at the position, with a focus on pulling and getting to the second level, Wynn would be a good fit.dolphins_018