Roddy White -- Lots left in tank. I bet he returns low-end WR1 value in '14. 26. Antonio Brown -- TDs will http://www.rayj-sextape.com/ drop, but still strong bet for around 100 catches. 27. Andre Johnson -- ADP has fallen to late-4th round.
LeBron James Turns Cleveland Cavaliers into Top Destination for NBA Ring Chasers | Bleacher Report
And let's not forget about the non-All-Stars who've sought jeweled refuge just prior to retirement. Along with Miller and Jones, you'll find names like Derek Fisher, P.J. Brown, Shane Battier, Chris Andersen, Brian Cardinal, Brent Barry, Robert Horry and Tony Massenburg among those littering the rolls. Not all fading stars are so amenable to arrangements like these, though. Take Kobe Bryant , who made clear back in 2012 his desire not to fall into that category. "Why would I want to go somewhere else, that ship sailed," Bryant told ESPN's Stephen A.
Ian Kinsler spoke to struggling Tigers following latest loss | The Detroit News
Were not playing our game, were playing whatever game is dealt to us right now. Were not forcing the action; the action is being forced on us. Weve been kind of going along with the wave of the game. Martinez said they need to get back to being the hunter and quit acting like the hunted. Weve kind of forgot that were the Tigers, he said. Teams are coming in here looking to beat us and we have a big target on our backs because of the type of team we have. We have to go out knowing that teams fear us and we have to stop feeling, not nervous, but stop feeling the pressure.
Game roundup: A's stop Royals' winning streak - Yahoo Sports
The Mariners pulled out to a 5-1 lead through six innings, but the Blue Jays made things interesting in the eighth. An RBI double by Jose Bautista and Adam Lind's sacrifice fly in his first game off the disabled list cut the lead to 5-3, but the Blue Jays' defense let them down in the bottom of the inning. A wild pitch and a two-out error, both of them charged to reliever Aaron Loup, led to another Seattle run for a 6-3 lead going into the ninth. Rangers 3, Rays 2 (14 innings) ARLINGTON, Texas -- Adam Rosales ' bases-loaded, walk-off walk gave Texas a come-from-behind victory over Tampa Bay. Rays starter Jeremy Hellickson didn't allow a run in his six-inning outing, leaving with a 2-0 lead.