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Night net picks, predictions for Week 11: Packers edge Colts; Browns clip Eagles; Patriots begin playoff push

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    Kyle Pitts posts eye-opening 40 time at pro day, earns Calvin Johnson comparisons

  • NFL Florida NCAA Football American Football Florida Gator Kyle Pitts put on a show at pro day.The nearly 6-6, 245-pound tight end is, arguably, the most dazzling offensive weapon overall in the 2021 NFL Draft, and any team looking to add an explosive and dynamic playmaker will be in on the Gator. While Pitts' phenomenal 2020 season in Florida put him in the first-round, his performance at Florida's pro day may have solidified top-10 standing in this year's draft. Pitts posted an unofficial 4.44 40-yard dash, which is ridiculous for his size. 4.44u 🤯Florida TE Kyle Pitts showing out at pro day(via @KimJonesSports)pic.twitter.com/UiMcgpfxZS— B/R Gridiron (@brgridiron) March 31, 2021Kyle Pitts' 40-yard dash clocked in at 4.44u.That speed at 6'6" and 246 lbs though 👀 @SECNetwork pic.twitter.com/qjysreMifF— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) March 31, 2021Kyle Pitts has a longer wingspan than any WR or TE in the NFL (83 3/8") in the last 20 years 🤯Breaking DK Metcalf’s record 👀 pic.twitter.com/CTt8U0sEMT— PFF (@PFF) March 31, 2021MORE: Kyle Pitts' best NFL fits To make Pitts' run even more impressive:夜网论坛 He was coming off his line, meaning he could have been[......]

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    Yankees still have plenty to do after adding Brian McCann, Jacoby Ellsbury

  • NEW YORK — Brian McCann was in the Bronx on Thursday to put on his pinstripes for the first time, and the Yankees officially took their first step toward returning to the playoffs after missing out for only the second time in the wild card era.With 夜网论坛a five-year, $85 million deal for McCann now on the books, and a seven-year, $153 million contract for center fielder Jacoby Ellsbury soon to be finalized, the Yankees are doing what they do best, paying stars top dollar. They spend money to make money, and when they make money, they spend it again. The Yankees want to get their payroll under $189 million for 2014, but want is very different from need. — SN picks Public Enemy No. 1 for every team"It's an absolute goal, and yes, I think we can do it, but it's not going to come at the expense of fielding a good team," Hal Steinbrenner. "Right now, we're still under it. Right now, we've still got a decent amount of money to spend, quite frankly, and we're gonna. We're gonna put it back into the team the way that we always do." Ellsbury gets the next big check, followed by a much smaller one for utilityman Kelly Johnson — reportedly $3 million for one year. The Yankees still want to re-sign free agent second baseman Robinson Cano, who will command nine figures. The Seattle Mariners are willing to offer Cano a 10-year contract worth as much as $240 million, ESPNDeports.com reports.The All-Star second baseman flew to Seattle Thursday to meet with team executives, the story s[......]

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