Contract Time: The Obstacles Of Signing Aaron Curry | Bleacher Report
The Seahawks have been given a pool number of about $5.2 million, with most of that number likely a result of linebacker Aaron Curry's No. 4 overall draft position. The Seahawks have 48 days to reach an agreement before the start of training camp to avoid a holdout situation. I looked at numbers from last year's draft, trying to determine what neighborhood a contract the 'Hawks can expect to give Curry. Expect Curry to be the last of the rookies to sign, if for no other reason, to maximize the amount of the rookie pool he commands since his contract will be many times larger than second round pick Max Unger and the other draft picks.
2009 College Football Handicapping - 2009 ACC Predictions, Ben Burns
Wake Forest: Riley Skinner, the conference’s top passer, has won more games than any other Wake Forest quarterback. He’s also got the ACC’s most experienced offensive line in front of him. -Play the over on Wake Forest games. The Demon Deacons return just four starters on defense, but have all of their top offensive playmakers back.
The Hoops Report | NBA Draft Notes: Daye Guaranteed, Lawal Injured
A.J. Price hurt his ankle at his last draft workout, most likely in Detroit, and wasn't able to attend this weekend's festivities. He was replaced by Jeff Teague, who was then supposed to show up for Friday's session but missed his flight. Instead, Teague was moved to Saturday, and Patrick Beverley replaced Teague on Friday.