In June, Colts quarterback Andrew Luck said that workouts with wide receivers are part of his pre-training camp plan without saying when those workouts will take place.
It appears they will be taking place in California this week. Wide receiver Chester Rogers said in a tweet on Sunday that he was on his way to Stanford, where Luck played his college ball and spends time during the offseason.
John Isner is two wins away from giving the U.S. its first major champion since Andy Roddick captured the 2003 US Open. Susan Mullane-USA TODAY Sports
This is the Wimbledon of a lifetime for Isner. The only hitch in the fairy tale is that it’s the same thing for Anderson — and only one of them will know the thrill of being a Wimbledon finalist.
I wouldn’t call them methodical or organized, and the aggressiveness comes and goes,” said one team official who has dealt with the Orioles recently. There is a lot of stop-and-go to the process.”
Will a deal come to fruition before or after the All-Star break? Barring the mother of all trade-deadline shockers, Machado will be gone soon enough and the other position-player dominoes will start falling. One intriguing Plan B name making the rounds: Minnesota Twins second baseman Brian Dozier.
In recent years, suspensions have been imposed on multiple front-office employees who were arrested for DUI. In 2010, the league suspended former Lions CEO Tom Lewand for 30 days, with a reduction to 21. The NFL also fined Lewand $100,000.
In 2013, the Broncos suspended executives Matt Russell and Tom Heckert after separate DUI incidents. Russell, who crashed into a police car, was absent from work 60 days. He later received a seven-month prison term, but he missed no further employment due to a work-release allowance. Heckert received a 30-day suspension.
The following year, the NFL suspended Colts owner Jim Irsay six games and fined him $500,000 for driving while impaired.
Multiple assistant coaches have faced no suspension after DUI incidents in recent years, including Vikings defensive coordinator George Edwards and Packers safeties coach Darren Perry. In 2006, then-Lions assistant Joe Cullen was suspended one game and fined $20,000 after a pair of vehicular arrests — one of which happened after he showed up naked at a Wendy’s drive-through.