Browns, Njoku agree to 4-year, $56.75M deal

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4:57 PM ET BEREA, Ohio — The Cleveland Browns have agreed to terms on a new four-year, $56.75 million deal with tight end David Njoku that includes $28 million guaranteed, his agent confirmed Friday. Agent Malki Kawa confirmed the deal on social media, while Njoku thanked the Browns organization in …

No deal imminent between Raiders, Colin Kaepernick

Jeph Duarte Las Vegas Raiders, NFL

Colin Kaepernick‘s Wednesday workout with the Raiders put the high-profile passer back squarely on the NFL radar. The audition has not produced a signing, and it does not look like an agreement will come to pass in the near future. Although the Raiders viewed Kaepernick’s workout positively,’s Jeremy Fowler …

Mario Strikers: Battle League Will Be Supported With Free Post-Launch Updates

Mike Chiari Nintendo

Image: Nintendo In case you missed it, Nintendo has announced it will be supporting the upcoming release Mario Strikers: Battle League with free post-launch updates, including new characters. It seems now we’ve got some additional information courtesy of Twitter user and dataminer ‘Wipeoutjack7‘ – revealing the game’s source code makes …

Lakers Hire Darvin Ham As Head Coach

Paul Garcia NBA Latest News

The Los Angeles Lakers have hired Darvin Ham as head coach on a four-year deal. Ham was most recently an assistant coach with the Milwaukee Bucks. Ham previously was an assistant coach with the Atlanta Hawks and the Lakers. The Lakers were also considering Kenny Atkinson and Terry Stotts.

Cal and BD-1 Return in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor

Adam Wells XBOX

The sequel to Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order will be released in 2023. Today, Respawn Entertainment, Electronic Arts, and Lucasfilm Games unveiled Star Wars Jedi: Survivor on stage at Star Wars Celebration. Developed by the veteran team at Respawn, Star Wars Jedi: Survivor will expand upon the iconic Star Wars …

Jerry Jones: CeeDee Lamb is an upgrade over Amari Cooper

Megan Armstrong Dallas Cowboys, NFL

Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones was clearly ready to move on from star wide receiver Amari Cooper.  Shortly after Dallas’ home playoff loss to the San Francisco 49ers in January, Jones expressed his frustration with Cooper’s performances via comments that served as a predictable preview of what was to come. …