ESPN.com’s Mike Triplett wrote a story last week looking at individual records that could be broken in 2018. The NFL record book could be totally rewritten.
Sweeney said technically, the casino could open a sports book after betting is legalized but would be given one year to divest — or get rid of — their stake in the team.
At the end of that period, the Casino Control Commission could yank the license once regulations are set.
The Golden Nugget also owns a casino in Nevada. There, Fertitta — who bought the Rockets last year — agreed to not accept bets on his team, but the casino can accept bets on other NBA teams and games from any other sports.
At this point, it’s looking more and more likely that Bryant could remain unsigned until the NFL preseason starts.
But if former Cowboys defensive back Deion Sanders had his way, Bryant would sign tomorrow… with the Cowboys.
Per the 105.3 The Fan via the Dallas Morning News, Sanders says owner Jerry Jones never would have let Bryant go in the first place, if he had known that the passing game would be left in shambles:
But because Alexander was a mere fourth-round pick in 2015, his rookie contract is costing the team only $689,581 a year. That’ll change when said contract expires in 2019, but for now he’s just the 45th-highest-paid player on the Tampa Bay roster.
Though the Yankees may have been in their own ballpark, and the defending world champions, the Mets actually grabbed the first regular season game between the teams, a 6-0 victory on the back of a complete game shutout by pitcher Dave Milicki.