The contrast between the two men’s semifinals at Wimbledon couldn’t be greater. First up, a pair of ace machines who will be on terra incognita, despite Kevin Anderson and John Isner each having a decade’s worth of experience at Wimbledon.
The next pair up tell a very different story. Apart from having the most wholesale jerseys prolific — and perhaps most compelling — rivalry on the ATP Tour, Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic are titans of the baseline, adding further exploits to the record books.
2016 basically hosed two years worth of free agents, one exec said. The restricted free agents are really feeling it.
But it’s not just the fact that 40 percent of player salaries are being paid from deals that originated in 2016. A confluence of other factors exists. For one, the dominance of the Warriors has persuaded several teams to lay off big deals. There’s also a strong belief that teams are getting smarter about the allocation of resources, and the majority of contracts are for one-year terms. An interesting wrinkle in this regard: The league loves to talk about the value of https://www.elitecheapnfljerseyswholesale.com/ roster continuity but doesn’t love continuity enough to make it a priority when there’s legal tender and cap space at stake.
Green doesn’t sound too worried about finding his comfort zone in the offense or with quarterback Philip Rivers.
It hasn’t been that tough just because a guy like Phil knows exactly what he wants, Green said, via the team’s website. The coaches are all on board with what Phil wants. When you have a place where everybody’s on the same page because they know exactly what the quarterback wants because he’s been doing it so long, it makes it easy to adjust.
Whether it has been Gates or Henry, the tight end has been a major piece of the Chargers passing game with Rivers running the offense. Green was never in that kind of role with the Broncos — he’s never caught more than 22 passes in a season — but could see a major change if that’s what Rivers wants come the fall.
Tom Murphy (R), 2 percent, Colorado Rockies vs. Arizona Diamondbacks (LHP Robbie Ray): Ray has a 5.23 ERA in nine starts this season, including a 5.88 ERA in three outings since returning from the DL. The lefty is still missing plenty of bats (13.6 K/9), but he’s also allowing tons of free passes (5.0 BB/9) and a bloated 47.5 percent hard-hit rate, which doesn’t figure to play well in Coors Field. This is an appealing spot for either Murphy or Chris Iannetta, whichever backstop is in the lineup on Thursday.