Greg Oden: The Blazers have until Monday to sign 2007 No. 1 pick Greg Oden to a contract extension, but that’s very unlikely to happen. Even when Oden returns from injury – maybe December – he’ll have to fight for minutes with Marcus Camby and Joel Przybilla. With Oden and Przybilla injured, Portland is using Fabricio Oberto as its backup center. But he’s 35 and Camby is 36. Oden clearly has the most upside of that quartet, but his injury issues and recent off-the-court history don’t help is cause. Still, he only turns 23 in January. The Blazers can match any offer that Oden receives in July, though. [Indy Star]
UCLA linebacker Myles Jack is the biggest loser of the 2016 NFL Draft.
The alleged statement from Laremy Tunsil’s agent, Jimmy Sexton, that impugned Silicon Valley for obstructing hacking legislation is (…)
John Elway needs a quarterback in Denver, and he’s been unable to pry Colin Kaepernick out of San Francisco. So he just trade up to (…)
Laremy Tunsil just admitted to getting paid by a coach in college.
As if Laremy Tunsil getting his twitter hacked wasn’t bad enough, someone has now hacked his Instagram. And Ole Miss is probably (…)
Laremy Tunsil, widely considered the best offensive lineman in the NFL Draft, fell out of the Top 5 after someone – his agent (…)
2 yrs ago he was a 1st rd pick…now hes unemployed watching it at a bar in Columbus b4 the Bieber concert #Manziel (…)
Draft position going up in smoke.
This has become THE story of Round 1.