Wisconsin Teams

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

It's OTA season in Green Bay.

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Is Corey Knebel's fantasy value being overlooked? (0:55)

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Mike McCarthy on reducing OT to 10 minutes: "I'm curious to see how the voting goes, but I don't have an opinion one way or another."

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Big things are expected from last year's first-round pick Kenny Clark, and Packers coach Mike McCarthy said "Kenny is crushing it in the weight room."

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Packers coach Mike McCarthy said the start of OTA's is "really focused on the passing game." Part of that is how little value there is in running-game drills without pads. "We just wanted to tilt it more toward the passing game," McCarthy said before Tuesday's practice. "The run game production is minimal in terms of the quality of work in helmets and shorts."

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Riddick: Rodgers capable of throwing 60 TD passes (1:55)

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Josh Jones' rookie contract with the Packers included a $1,218,844 signing bonus and a total of $2,068,944 of the $4,233,412 is guaranteed. His base salaries are $465,000 in 2017 (fully guaranteed), $657,428 in 2018 ($385,100 of which is guaranteed), $849,856 in 2019 and $1,042,284 in 2020. The second-round pick (No. 61 overall) signed on Friday.

ESPN Staff  

Among those in attendance at the Bucks' pre-draft workout on Monday were National Player of the Year Frank Mason III, Northeastern guard T.J. Williams, Marquette center Luke Fischer, Kentucky forward Isaac Humphries, North Carolina forward Kennedy Meeks and UConn center Amida Brimah. Milwaukee owns the 17th and 48th selections in this year's draft.

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Fact or Fiction

Did the Cubs postpone Saturday's game for any particular reason? Will the Eastern Conference Finals go further than five games? Bryan and Dan discuss in Fact or Fiction.

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Thames never envisioned unconditional path back to MLB (1:34)

Bradford Doolittle ESPN Staff Writer 

The Cubs flexed their defending champion muscle at the plate and on the hill Sunday, battering the first-place Brewers 13-6 at Wrigley Field. Kris Bryant reached base five times, scored four runs and homered twice for his ninth career multi-homer game. Meanwhile, things keep trending in the right direction for Jake Arrieta, who went six innings with six strikeouts. The only run he allowed was unearned. Milwaukee lost first baseman Eric Thames during the game because of leg cramping.

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Bryant goes deep twice in Cubs' win (0:51)