Texas Rangers at the Trade Deadline

By Lindsey Jones
Texas Rangers and Dallas Cowboys Writer

The Texas Rangers find themselves in an interesting position after today’s 4-3 loss to the Kansas City Royals. They are currently 16.5 games back in the division and 3 games back in the wild card race to the Rays and Yankees. The Rangers have several impending free agents, including Yu Darvish, Andrew Cashner, Jonathon Lucroy, and Carlos Gomez, many of whom would be coveted by contending teams should the Rangers decide to sell. They also have veterans such as Mike Napoli, Cole Hamels, and Adrian Beltre who teams would also likely be interested in.

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Podcast Shanks feat. Law Nation: Cowboys on the Bubble and NBA Free Agency

Darreck Kirby is joined by Lawrence “Law Nation” Thomas for this week’s podcast, talking Cowboys on the bubble entering training camp, what to do with Damien Wilson, and more. Also, Darreck talks NBA Free Agency and how the Western Conference shake up further shifts the balance of power in the NBA. Plus, Dirk the selfless. Check it out!

 

Damien Wilson Arrested for Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon

By Darreck Kirby
Project Shanks Creative Director

The six weeks between the end of minicamp and the beginning of training camp are some of the most nerve-racking for teams. During this time, the players are out of their reach and influence and headlines like this appear somewhat prevalent.

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Sports Enyi Time: Talking NBA Draft, Free Agency & Blockbuster Trades

Back again after a short break, Sports Enyi Time is here to talk NBA Draft, free agency, and to discuss a few blockbuster trades that have already gone down. Check it out!

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BREAKING: Paul George Traded to Thunder

By Darreck Kirby
Project Shanks Creative Director

In a stunning move just hours before the opening of NBA free agency, the Oklahoma City Thunder made waves in acquiring the 27-year-old superstar. As with any trade, there are at least two outlooks moving forward. So let’s break down this blockbuster piece by piece, shall we?

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Brice Butler Doin’ Work in Mini Camp

Returning to Dallas on a one-year deal worth just over $1 million, Brice Butler has a bit of a chip on his shoulder. So far in mini-camp, it’s showing! Video provided by Law Nation.

Dez Dominating Mini Camp

With training camp about five weeks away, Dez Bryant already looks to be in mid-season form, as shown in the video provided by Law Nation, a friend, and partner to PSDC.

D&B Radio Talk Stanley Cup, NBA Finals

After a short hiatus, D&B are back to discuss the recently completed NHL and NBA Playoffs. Click here to give it a listen!

Final Thoughts on Bob Stoop’s Legacy at Oklahoma

After writing last week about Bob Stoops’s surprising retirement just three months before the beginning of the college football season, Darreck Kirby decided he had a little more to say on the matter. Check it out here!

Oklahoma’s Bob Stoops Calls It a Career

By Darreck Kirby
PSDC Head Writer

NORMAN, OK. It was a warm Wednesday in Norman, Oklahoma, a day like any other. Until it wasn’t. With the start of the college football season looming, the University of Oklahoma finds itself at the end of an era.

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David Irving Facing 4 Game Suspension for PEDs

By Lindsey Jones
Project Shanks Cowboys & Rangers Writer

David Irving is yet another Dallas Cowboys defensive player who is facing a 4 game suspension to begin a football season and I’m sure all Cowboys fans are thinking the same thing: “Another one? Really?”

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Why Ryan Switzer is More Than a Cole Beasley Insurance Policy in Dallas

By Lindsey Jones
PSDC Cowboys and Rangers Writer

The Cowboys drafted another slot receiver, Ryan Switzer, in the fourth round of the 2017 NFL draft even though their most productive receiver in 2016 was slot receiver Cole Beasley. Switzer and Beasley are very similar receivers and could make the Cowboys offense even more potent than it was last year which ranked fifth in the NFL in total offense with 26.3 points per game.

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