Odell Beckham Jr. is expected to be in attendance Monday for the start of the New York Giants’ offseason workout program, the wide receiver told ESPN’s Josina Anderson.
Beckham is scheduled to fly from Los Angeles to New Jersey later Sunday. He plans to be at the Quest Diagnostics Training Center on Monday to “check in, workout in the gym and meet with some people.”
New England needed a linchpin against the run and a true nose tackle. Shelton came on strong as a run-stuffer last season and is better suited for Bill Belchick’s scheme than he was for that of Gregg Williams.
Adoree’ Jackson, the team’s 2017 first-rounder, has the talent to develop into a special No. 1. So this is a great deal for a reliable, durable No. 2. Butler will allow former Patriots teammate Logan Ryan to move into his more comfortable role in the slot. Butler lost his mojo with the Patriots in a tough 2017 season that ended with his Super Bowl 52 benching, but he can rebound to be the well-rounded cover man Tennessee desperately needed.
This was a bad loss.
Handed a 5-0 first-inning lead, Yankees left-hander Jordan Montgomery laid an egg in his second start of the season, then replacement Domingo German struggled in his season debut.
After chipping away, the Orioles pulled ahead in the seventh when rookie right fielder Anthony Santander hammered a 3-0 pitch by German into the right-field seats for his first career homer, a two-run shot that turned a 6-5 deficit into a 7-6 lead.
The Yankees came right back to tie the game in the home seventh when backup catcher Austin Romine, starting for the second day in a row, greeted reliever Darren O’Day with his third hit of the game, a two-out, game-tying RBI single.