Free Agency

End of MLB Lockout Restarts Historic Free-Agent Frenzy

Just prior to the lockout, teams spent a single-day record of $1.4 billion on free agents. In November, they spent $1.7 billion — more than the total previous offseason.

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Will Kyrie Irving Get $235M Commitment from Nets?

Kyrie Irving can practice with the Nets and sit on the team bench, but he cannot play. If the rules don’t change, he’ll play just 22 regular-season games with a big extension upcoming.

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Brad Stevens’ Patience as Celtics GM Paying Off

Celtics new GM Brad Stevens wisely stayed quiet at the trade deadline. Instead, he added small pieces and has $17.1 in TPE.

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Looming Lockout Spurs $1.6B+ in MLB Signings

MLB is set for a lockout if no new collective bargaining agreement is reached by Thursday. The deadline has spurred a spending frenzy.

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Robert Kraft and New England Patriots Go On Unlikely Spending Spree

This offseason, the New England Patriots and team owner Robert Kraft have been spending up a storm during free agency.

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Will Bobby Wagner Inspire Other NFL Players To Strike Their Own Deals?

When the Seattle Seahawks middle linebacker Bobby Wagner reported to the team facility to begin preparations for next season, he was surely to be pulled aside by one of his […]

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Now Evaluating NFL Player Contracts? AI

NFL teams pay players a premium to maximize their on-field performance. Now, clubs will be given a new tool to assess how they’re using their resources – in the front-office. […]

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One of Next Year’s Biggest NFL Free Agents May Not Be a Player

David Mulugheta is only 35, but has negotiated in excess of $500 million in contracts.

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Why the Lehigh Valley IronPigs Are Courting LeBron

This may settle the MJ vs. LeBron debate for good.

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It’s All Fun and Games (‘Till Somebody Brings Up the Money…)

With Spring Training around the corner, upwards of 90 free agents remain unsigned.

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