The NBA trade deadline looms on Thursday, but it’s been quiet over the past couple of years and figures to be again this season. Let’s take a look back at some of the biggest (though not always the best) trades made on deadline day in league history.
Dan Shaughnessy doesn’t care about ‘nailing the market’ whereas Andy Gresh does – he doesn’t want the Patriots to end up like the Cowboys or the Lions.
The Panthers are reportedly trying to trade wideout Steve Smith, 34, by the start of free agency, and if they can’t reach a deal to ship him out of Carolina they’ll likely cut him and his $7 million cap number.
What could be most appealing to Tampa Bay is a dance partner willing to take Revis’ $16 million contract. If that’s true, then a third-round pick could get the deal done according to Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports.
The NBA trade deadline has passed us by and the green team made zero moves. Felger & Marc Bertrand react to the news…
If the Patriots want to get back and win another Super Bowl, they will need some help in the pass rush area on defense according to Jermaine Wiggins. Mazz wants a tone-setting safety.
When healthy, there is no tougher cover in the National Football League than Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski – the operative phrase being “when healthy.”
In looking at the Patriots’ opponents for the upcoming season, it’s clear that they’ll need to build this next roster taking into account who they’ll be matched up against.
The Patriots need offensive weapons, but a good portion of their money is already tied up — with Aaron Hernandez.