Report: Bengals meeting with Notre Dame tackle Mike McGlinchey
The Cincinnati Bengals acquired left tackle Cordy Glenn from the Buffalo Bills in a trade earlier this offseason. However, that isn’t stopping the Bengals from taking a look at one of the top tackle prospects in the draft.
According to Katherine Terrell of ESPN.com, the Bengals hosted Notre Dame tackle Mike McGlinchey with a dinner Thursday night in Cincinnati.
Marlins: After a day off, the Marlins send LHP Dillon Peters (2-1, 6.75 ERA) to the mound Thursday night in the opener of a four-game series at Milwaukee.
Yankees: LHP CC Sabathia (strained right hip) comes off the DL to start Thursday night against Toronto RHP Aaron Sanchez (1-1, 3.66) in the opener of a four-game set. The 37-year-old Sabathia has a 4.00 ERA and no decisions in two starts this season. He is 17-11 with a 3.59 ERA against the Blue Jays.
ESPN had already sought out Peyton Manning and Brett Favre as potential replacements for Gruden, who had called Monday night games for the previous nine seasons and left ESPN to take over as head coach of the Oakland Raiders.
Manning passed on the job and Favre, who per a New York Post report had a less-than-spectacular audition, said on Twitter this week that he was unsure he wanted to pursue broadcasting.
Steve Young, who serves as an analyst on the MNF pregame show, said earlier this year that he’s not interested, citing the time commitment required.
The Kings are already in a deep rut. The Avalanche, Maple Leafs and Capitals could be hard-pressed to rally if they fall into the same 3-0 hole.
I found a woman on Twitter who said she was the mother of Keelan, who is an only child. So I reached out to her in an attempt to get the real story.
As it turns out, Keelan is the daughter of Lauren and Andrew Moxley. She didn’t really have a choice about becoming a Capitals fan. Andrew, who would sit in his parents’ car as a youngster listening to game broadcasts, is a lifelong Caps fan. Lauren didn’t know much about hockey when she married Andrew, but became a fan. And so rooting for Washington became Keelan’s preordained fate.