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To say that things are not going too swimmingly for the winless Cleveland Browns on Thursday would be an understatement.Earlier in the day, the team fired Executive Vice President Sashi Brown after just a couple seasons in that role. (read more)


The Miami Marlins are stripping down their team by trading away anyone making a hefty salary, and next on their list apparently is Marcell Ozuna.The Athletic’s Ken Rosenthal says the Marlins are pushing to trade Ozuna. (read more)

After so much waiting, followed by a handful of smaller moves and then more waiting for the offseason to get started in earnest, the hammer finally dropped over the past few days (which means yours truly was travelling without his laptop because that's inevitably how these things work). With Shohei Ohtani signing with the Angels on Friday, we already had our first surprise of the offseason, as the (read more)

After a prolonged saga in which the Giants and the Cardinals were the primary trade suitors for Giancarlo Stanton, the reigning NL MVP spurned both clubs in order to approve a trade to the Yankees that seemingly came together in a matter of days. The Yankees introduced Stanton at a press conference at the Winter Meetings in Orlando, Fla. (read more)

The Boston Red Sox are coping with Giancarlo Stanton’s move to the New York Yankees, but all is not lost for them.According to ESPN’s Buster Olney, the market for power hitters is limited to the point that the Red Sox are “in a good position” to land one of the three big sluggers on the market — outfielder J. (read more)

Matt Harvey appears to be on the trade block, and it sounds like the Baltimore Orioles might be legitimate trade partners.The Athletic’s Ken Rosenthal reported on Monday that the New York Mets have had discussions with the Orioles about Harvey, with Baltimore reportedly considering swapping a reliever for the starter. (read more)

Jacoby Ellsbury is a natural candidate to be traded, but there is one big problem standing in the way: Ellsbury has a no-trade clause and would have to approve any deal. So far it sounds like he’s not willing to waive it. (read more)

News broke on Sunday that the New York Mets were potentially shopping pitcher Matt Harvey. Now, we have an idea as to what they might want as a return. (read more)

The New York Yankees have landed Giancarlo Stanton, but they may not be finished in the trade market just yet.According to Jon Heyman of FanRag Sports, the Yankees have interest in trading for Pittsburgh Pirates starter Gerrit Cole. (read more)

Slugger Giancarlo Stanton was introduced as the newest member of the New York Yankees Monday following the blockbuster trade from the Miami Marlins.Before being introduced, Stanton took to Instagram to take a pointed shot at the Marlins, whom he compared to a “circus. (read more)

Fresh off their first World Series title in franchise history, the Houston Astros are apparently not content with standing pat.According to Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic, the Astros are considering making a push for a front-end starting pitcher. (read more)

Giancarlo Stanton may have had to settle on less than his first choice when he accepted a trade to the New York Yankees, but he is apparently excited about his new home.Jon Heyman of FanRag Sports spoke with a friend of Stanton, and the 28-year-old slugger is said to be “very happy” that he will be wearing pinstripes next season. (read more)

Miami Dolphins cornerback Xavien Howard has done something that few NFL players have ever done in a single game this Monday. He intercepted two Tom Brady passes. (read more)

The NFL on Monday sent a memo to its teams reminding them about the importance of respecting referees and threatening discipline.Here’s a look at the memo, which was sent from VP Troy Vincent to the 32 clubs: The memo makes references to a few incidents of players getting in the face of officials, throwing flags (like Marcus Peters did) and verbally disparaging them. (read more)

The Miami Dolphins are at home and are currently playing better than the New England Patriots on Monday night. But what has drawn more attention so far is the Dolphins’ throwback uniforms. (read more)

Texans head coach Bill O’Brien told reporters that he expects tight end C.J. (read more)

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