Former Cincinnati Bengal quarterback Andy Dalton (14) who threw for the Bengals for nine seasons was released on Wednesday to make room for rookie quarterback Joe Burrow (bengalswire.com file photo)
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#1 After nine seasons with the Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton was released to make room for former LSU Tigers quarterback and Heisman Trophy winner Joe Burrow. Dalton during his tenure threw for 204 touchdowns, 2757 competions, and was active in the Cincinnati community.
#2 It comes as no surprise that the Kansas City Chiefs picked up the fifth year option of quarterback Pat Mahomes, Mahomes led the Chiefs to a Super Bowl victory last season and throwing for 4,031 yards, 26 touchdowns, and five interceptions.
#3 Laiah Zuniga, 28 who attended a New York Mets and Chicago Cubs game at Wrigley Field Aug 27, 2018 was struck by a foul ball causing her to suffer a spider web fracture of here face, teeth, nose and have constant nose bleeds has filed a law suit against Major League Baseball in Cook County Circuit Court. The same law firm representing Zuniga is representing a man who was blinded in one eye by a foul ball in 2017 at Wrigley Field.
#4 Buck Showalter former Baltimore Orioles manager said that fans are an essential part of the game of baseball and without them it can be a rather dull experience playing in front of nobody which are the plans if MLB returns. Showalter on ESPN radio said the fans provide an emotional flicker.
#5 The Los Angeles Lakers LeBron James says he’s all in to get the NBA season back and started again. He said nobody is assuming anything and that he and the NBA players are ready to come back. This was asked after Golden State Warriors head coach Steve Kerr said that it’s safe to assume the NBA season is over.
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