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Bye-bye: Ware, Peppers released as NFL free agency opens; lots of moves at safety, o-line
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. -- Barry Bonds put on a San Francisco Giants uniform Monday morning for the first time since his final major league game as a player in 2007. He is noticeably slimmer than in his final seasons as a player -- shedding considerable weight since becoming an avid cyclist -- so the uniform is probably a somewhat smaller size than he previously wore, but he was delighted to wear it again. At 49, Bonds says he could still hit balls out of the park, but the game's controversial home run king is not here to do that. He is here to work for the next seven days as a roving instructor for the Giants and manager Bruce Bochy. Bonds expressed interest in working beyond that in some role but needs to see how things go first. "I'm more nervous at this than when I was playing, because as a player, it was only my mind, me," Bonds said, addressing several dozen reporters. "Now I'm trying to put that [knowledge] into other players' minds. I'm...
Peverley undergoes heart tests; Stars teammates regroup and beat Blues in St. Louis
Dower Jr. has 20 and 13 rebounds, Gonzaga holds off BYU 75-64 for 13th WCC title
Mount St. Mary's tops Robert Morris to reach NCAA tournament
Kelm has double-double, Milwaukee beats Wright State 69-63 for Horizon tournament title
Bears terminate eight-time Pro Bowl DE Peppers' contract
Short of a trade in the next two days, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are expected to release cornerback Darrelle Revis by 4 p.m. ET Wednesday, according to league sources. The time is important because Revis has a $1.5 million roster bonus due on Wednesday, and the fourth-round pick the Buccaneers traded to the New York Jets last year would become a third-round pick if Revis is on Tampa's roster as of 4:01 Wednesday. Thus, rather than lose the money and the extra round, the Bucs will try to trade Revis before then and if no deal is worked out, would likely release him. Either way, the Jets are expected to receive a fourth-round pick from Tampa, not the Buccaneers' third. Though Tampa Bay would get nothing in return for Revis if it winds up releasing him, it would save the money and the pick, and it instantly would free up $16 million in salary cap space -- all of which had been slated to go to Revis -- to go spend on other players...
After four turbulent seasons with the New York Jets, wide receiver Santonio Holmes is looking for a new team. In a long-anticipated move, Holmes was released Monday after a second straight injury-plagued season. His lack of production coupled with a $10.75 million salary-cap charge in 2014 were the primary reasons behind the Jets' decision. Only five years ago, Holmes was named Super Bowl MVP as a member of the Pittsburgh Steelers. In a span of 24 hours, the Jets cleared $17.75 million in cap room by releasing Holmes and cornerback Antonio Cromartie. "I appreciate Tone's contributions over the last four seasons," Jets coach Rex Ryan said. "I've always admired his knack for making the clutch play. He's a tremendous competitor who wants the ball in his hands when the game is on the line. I wish him nothing but the best." Holmes, who turned 30 last week, made only 43 receptions over the past two seasons and missed...
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