With the departure of Ndamukong Suh seemingly inevitable, the Rams must find help along the defensive line -- and also at linebacker.
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From future free agents to rival GMs to MLB's marketing department, the best player in the sport staying an Angel for life will impact every part the baseball world.
- Doc brushes off Lakers link: 'I am going nowhere'
- Ex-Packers LB Matthews to Rams on 2-year deal
- Cahill to start Opening Day vs. ex-team A's
- Walton: No talks about shutting down LeBron
Danilo Gallinari scored 24 points, Montrezl Harrell had 20 points and 12 rebounds, and the Los Angeles Clippers held off Indiana 115-109 on Tuesday night, preventing the Pacers from clinching a playoff berth.
The Rams needed a backup QB. Bortles is an interesting, but low-risk move.
Khris Middleton scored 30 points and Brook Lopez added 28 as the Milwaukee Bucks defeated the Los Angeles Lakers 115-101 on Tuesday night.
Doc Rivers shut down any talk of his potential candidacy for the Lakers job, saying he and Clippers owner Steve Ballmer have verbally agreed to a long-term contract extension.
Clay Matthews, a six-time Pro Bowl LB who has played his entire career with the Packers, has agreed to terms with the Rams on a two-year contract.
Lindsey Thiry ESPN
The Rams have signed LB Clay Matthews to a two-year deal, the team announced. Matthews spent the last 10 seasons with the Packers, where he amassed 83.5 sacks and six interceptions. With the Rams, Matthews joins a linebacking corps that includes Cory Littleton, Dante Fowler and Samson Ebukam. Matthews attended Agoura HS, which is 15 miles from the Rams' training facility, and starred at USC.
Ohm Youngmisuk ESPN Staff Writer
Doc Rivers puts an end to any speculation of him and the Lakers coaching job by saying that he and Steve Ballmer have agreed earlier this season to a new extension that still needs paperwork to be finalized. But Rivers, who had an option out of his contract this summer, made it clear that he plans on remaining with the Clippers.
Angels manager Brad Ausmus named Trevor Cahill as the Opening Day starter for the March 28 game against his former team, the Oakland A's.
Lindsey Thiry ESPN
The Lions have signed Rams RFA RB Malcolm Brown to an offer sheet, per ESPN's Field Yates. The Rams have five days to match it, or they will lose Brown and will not receive compensation. Brown served a special teams standout and as Todd Gurley's trusted backup until he suffered a clavicle injury in Week 13 - against the Lions - and was placed on IR. Brown's injury played a significant role in the Rams' decision to sign CJ Anderson. The Rams have expressed interest in re-signing Anderson in free agency. Brown, who received an original round tender, also is expected to provide depth at running back.
What if L.A. had given the outfielder $600 million? $700 million? Heck, with what the Angels will get for the next 12 years -- and beyond -- they could've handed him 10 figures.
As reported by ESPN's Jeff Passan on Tuesday, the Los Angeles Angels are closing in on a 12-year contract extension worth at least $430 million with...
Charles Moynihan ESPN Producer
Things are getting hot at Tempe Diablo Stadium. On the same day the Angels agreed to an extension with perennial MVP Mike Trout, a grounds crew tractor caught on fire next to the 1st base dugout. Firefighters quickly extinguished the flames.
The best player of his generation just got the biggest contract in sports history, but is he sacrificing his shot at October glory by staying in Anaheim?