- White Sox make trade for Indians 1B Alonso
- Kobe gives Browns pregame Denver pep talk
- Encarnacion, Santana on move in 3-team trade
- Buckeyes DT Jones says he's entering draft
A day after acquiring Carlos Santana in a three-team deal, the Indians have traded first baseman Yonder Alonso to the White Sox.
The Browns had a special guest at their meeting Friday as Kobe Bryant visited the team at its hotel in Denver and gave a pep talk before taking questions.
The loser in Denver can extinguish faint playoff hopes.
ESPN Cleveland Browns analyst Tony Grossi joins The Next Level to talk about Canton/Cleveland missing out on the 2020 NFL draft.
NFL Hall of Fame QB Kurt Warner joined Rizz to talk about how the Browns look to be turning things around and how they are viewed by the rest of the NFL.
Every team left Las Vegas with unfinished business. We have some suggestions on where they should go from here.
Oklahoma teammates Kyler Murray and Marquise Brown make the top 25 of the postseason top-50 ranking.
Why would a team considered the prohibitive favorite in its division want to deal one of its top-flight starters? The Indians' strategy is about winning now -- and in the future.
Don't be surprised if the Browns are back in the quarterback market in the draft.
The Next Level discuss the Indians trading Edwin Encarnacion away and what it means for the future of the Indians.
The three-way deal with the Mariners and Rays reunited Carlos Santana and the Tribe, but will Edwin Encarnacion stay in Seattle?
Pat McManamon ESPN Staff Writer
The Browns injury report for Saturday: CB Denzel Ward and OL Austin Corbett are both out. Also, the Browns signed LB Xavier Woodson-Luster to the active roster and placed TE Orson Charles (ankle) on injured reserve.
The Indians have reacquired slugger Carlos Santana in a three-team deal with the Mariners and Rays that sends Edwin Encarnacion to Seattle and Yandy Diaz to Tampa Bay.
Marly Rivera ESPN Writer
Here's what Carlos Santana just told me about possibly returning to Cleveland: "I'm so happy to maybe have the opportunity to go back home, back to my team, being back with the Indians staff, and especially being back with the fans in Cleveland."
Dan Mullen ESPN.com
As they dismantle the stage in the media workroom, the biggest trade of these winter meetings has become official with Carlos Santana headed back to the Indians, Edwin Encarnacion going to the Mariners and Yandy Diaz to the Rays headlining the three-team deal.
All five first-round signal-callers are now starters, but their results have been hit-and-miss so far. Here's what you need to know.
Tristan H. Cockcroft ESPN Senior Writer
I'm scratching my head over the Rays' portion of this three-team deal. Yandy Diaz makes far more contact than Jake Bauers, and I suppose he's a Rays launch-angle project for 2019? I'd have rather kept Bauers, who looks a lot closer to developing into a 25-homer player.
Kyler Murray vs. a super-talented Alabama defense. QB prospects with one last chance to impress. Watch these future NFL players this bowl season.