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Stephen Hill And Kadron Boone Leave Carolina Without Contracts -

The Panthers will enter the season with their current stable of receivers, for now. Former New York Jets wide receiver Stephen Hill and rookie free agent Kadron Boone were in Charlotte for workouts on Monday, but both players are headed home without deals. Head coach Ron Rivera spoke to the media Monday saying that the team has not extended offers to the receivers at this time, but stopped short of ruling out the possibility in the future. This means the Panthers will enter their Week 1 matchup against the Buccaneers with their current stable of receivers. Hill and Boone would have brought different things to the table. <br>Source:

Rudy Gobert is Tall: The Downbeat #1442 - Yahoo Sports

I WANT TO SEE MORE MINUTES FOR EXUM. View gallery Your daily reminder that Rudy Gobert is tall. via Rudy Gobert's PER36 for this tournament goes like this: 11.25 PPG 10.5 RPG 2.25 BPG View gallery . Gordon Hayward is starting to get some love nationally. <br>Source:

Daily Slop: Hall, Amerson Will Share Responsibility for Johnson; Ihenacho Eager to Contribute vs Houston - Yahoo Sports

Boone called his return to the 49ers a "win-win" Tuesday after ending a contract holdout that ran from April through the exhibition season. Max Workouts review "I knew eventually we would come together and get something done," Boone said. "At first, it was just kind of stalemated because you have two hard stances going against each other." The 49ers reworked the final two years of Boone's contract. He'll make at least $6 million over the next two years instead of $3.2 million. Colin Kaepernick helped expedite the deal by approaching 49ers management after the third exhibition game, according to Bleacher Report's Jason Cole. <br>Source:

Alex Boone says he's ready for 49ers' opener at Dallas - San Jose Mercury News

Redskins happy evaluation is over, preparation has begun | Comcast SportsNet Washington "You can see, little edgy, little chippy out there today," the first-year head coach said with a smile. "Trent [Williams] got in some brawls today, not brawls, but little arguments, little pushing and shoving. I think it was a great tempo today. I think guys were focused in and honed in and they're ready for the season to start." Williams: "The Games Really Count Now" Redskins left tackle Trent Williams talks preparation for their first regular season game against Houston. <br>Source:

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