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    Chicago Cubs catcher Willson Contreras’ future is up in the air on the North Side. Jed Hoyer’s comment wasn’t good enough. Contreras is in the final year of his contract, and if the Cubs want to get anything out of him beyond this season, they’ll either have to extend him to a lucrative deal or trade him for prospects. Given how contract negotiations have gone, the latter feels like a more realistic approach. As for Hoyer, he’s been approached with the same Contreras question time and time again. And yet, he continues to dance around a direct answer. Hoyer commented more on the performance of Yan Gomes — Contreras’ backup — than the starting backstop himself: “We wanted to see that,” Hoyer said. “He’s a guy that, he wants to play every day. You’re not going to have a backup that’s going to hit like him. So without the DH, it was really hard to take his bat out of the lineup. We wanted to see how this would be if he got more rest. So far, so good. So,...
    CHELSEA boss Thomas Tuchel claims it is a miracle his side have finished third as star man N'Golo Kante has missed most of the season. Tuchel compared Kante, 31, to some of the biggest names in football. 1N'Golo Kante has struggled with injury throughout the seasonCredit: AFP And he suggests the midfielder's importance to Chelsea is as big as that of Virgil van Dijk to Liverpool. Kante has struggled with injuries throughout the campaign and completed 90 minutes just ten times in the league this season. He did not look his usual self in the 1-1 draw with Leicester on Thursday but Tuchel defended the Frenchman and lavished him with praise. In his post-match press conference Tuchel said: "I think he is our key, key, key player. Read More on ChelseaBLUES NEWS Chelsea 'consider Lewandowski offer', Pulisic 'unhappy under Tuchel'Free bets! The best free bets and sign up offers available from our bookmaker partners "But key, key, key players need to be on the pitch and he has played only 40 per cent of the games, so it is maybe...
    For those MLB fans hoping that their favorite team is able to trade for Washington Nationals outfielder Juan Soto this year, FanSided MLB insider Robert Murray says to pump the brakes. The 2022 MLB season is over a month old, and the Washington Nationals sit in last place in the NL East division. The team sold at the deadline last season, with Max Scherzer, Trea Turner and Kyle Schwarber being the headliners. This year, there are rumors circulating about the team trading star outfielder Juan Soto. In the latest episode of “The Baseball Insiders” podcast, FanSided MLB insider Robert Murray said he does not expect to see the Nationals trading Soto at the deadline this year. Going live on The Baseball Insiders with @thecarm to talk about the impact of Max Scherzer’s injury, Juan Soto rumors and a lot more. We’ll also be answering your questions. Tune in: https://t.co/P6XW2dNyYj — Robert Murray (@ByRobertMurray) May 19, 2022 You can listen to Murray’s comments at the 21:10 mark of the YouTube link in the above tweet.Nationals trading Juan Soto not likely...
    GCSE and A-level exams start this week and many parents will be wondering how to get their kids through them while also keeping the peace at home. Here, Katharine Birbalsingh — head of the Michaela Community School in Wembley, North London and known as Britain’s strictest teacher, gives her top tips on getting through exam season successfully. 2Katharine Birbalsingh gives her top tips on getting through exam season successfullyCredit: Guilhem Baker - The Times 2During the exam period kids should go to bed and use an alarm to wake up at exactly the same times every day, says KatharineCredit: Getty NEGOTIATE A CONTRACT: The fight over the next few weeks isn’t between you and your child, it’s with the enemy — and that’s the exams. You’re in this together and if either of you let the side down, you won’t win the battle. Talk to your child using language like, ‘Don’t let me down and don’t let yourself down’, and, ‘We need to succeed — we don’t want to fail’.Draw up a contract and write down — on a piece...
    Getty Los Angeles Lakers guard Russell Westbrook. As the NBA playoffs continue on, the Los Angeles Lakers have been left trying to figure out how they’re able to participate next season. After a disappointing end to last season’s campaign, the team traded for Russell Westbrook in an effort to get back into championships contention. The plan backfired as the Lakers couldn’t even make the play-in tournament this season. Much of the talk surrounding the team’s future has involved possible Westbrook trades. The former MVP is not a valuable asset on the court anymore and his $47 million contract for next season makes him even less valuable. The Lakers aren’t going to get a great return in a trade but it’s not impossible to deal him. An Eastern Conference executive recently spoke to Heavy.com’s Sean Deveney and revealed that Los Angeles will do what it takes to move Westbrook, including considering a deal with the New York Knicks involving Julius Randle. “If the Lakers can get off of Westbrook’s contract, no matter who it is, they’re going to do...
    LYON banished defender Marcelo after he was caught farting in the dressing room and laughing about it, sensational reports claim. The Ligue 1 side confirmed last August that the defender had been demoted to the reserves due to "inappropriate behaviour". 1Marcelo played 167 times for LyonCredit: Getty Marcelo had started their opening two games of the season, prior to being given the boot. His final game for Lyon was a 3-0 defeat to Angers on matchday two, during which he scored an own goal. L'Equipe claim, via GFFN, that the 34-year-old loudly farted in the dressing room after the calamitous match. To make matters worse, he is also alleged to have laughed about it. READ MORE IN FOOTBALLKLOPP SWAP Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp swaps £25k Opel for £150k luxury Bentley The incident is said to have enraged club legend and sporting director Juninho. Marcelo was initially banished to the reserves, before having his contract cancelled in January. The Brazilian had played for Lyon since 2017, helping them reach the Champions League semi-finals. He went on to play 11 times for...
    In this article FFord CEO Jim Farley at the company's Dearborn, Michigan, plant where it's building the electric F-150 Lightning on April 26, 2022.CNBC | Michael WaylandDETROIT – Ford Motor is cutting 580 U.S. salaried employees and agency workers as part of its ongoing Ford+ turnaround plan, the company confirmed Wednesday night. The cuts include approximately 350 salaried and 230 agency positions, according to an emailed statement. The reductions occurred largely in engineering, as the Detroit automaker pivots from vehicles with traditional internal combustion engines to electric cars and trucks that can require different skill sets. "We continue to align staffing around the critical skills needed to deliver our products, services, and the Ford+ plan," the company said. "As part of the ongoing management of our business, we will continue to align our staffing to meet our future business needs and plans." The automaker said impacted employees and the agencies for the non-Ford employees were notified Wednesday – the same day the automaker reported a net loss of $3.1 billion in the first quarter, largely due the loss in value...
    PAUL POGBA has hit back at Ralf Rangnick's claim that he "most likely" won't be at Manchester United next season by insisting "it's not over". The German admitted that Pogba may never play for the Red Devils again after seeing him hobble off against Liverpool on Tuesday night. 3Paul Pogba posted a message to fans on social mediaCredit: PA 3Ralf Rangnick has offered an update on Pogba's futureCredit: Getty Taking to Twitter during today's game, however, the French midfielder outlined his hope to return for the Red Devils. He wrote: "Absolutely gutted to not be able to help the team in today's game. "I will work even harder to come back stronger and hopefully before the end of the season. "It's not over ???????? Thank you all for your support, United we would stand!" Read More Man Utd StoriesMAN UTD NEWS Kalvin Phillips talks, Ronaldo back in training, Maguire bomb threat latest Pogba, 29, is set to be out of contract this summer. Quizzed about his situation this week, interim manager Ralf Rangnick said: "It’s difficult to say....
    LIVERPOOL star Mohamed Salah has cast doubt on his long-term Anfield future ahead of the Merseyside derby and insists it’s not about the money. The star has become a legend at the club after firing 155 goals in 245 games since his arrival from Roma in 2017. 1Mo Salah has cast doubt over his Liverpool future againCredit: PA Those strikes have helped deliver a Champions League and Premier League crown, but he has refused to confirm whether he will pen an extension to stay. Salah, 29, only has a season left on his current deal and will be free to speak to foreign teams from January over a potential free transfer away. The Kop king, who will be looking to down Everton on Sunday, has previously stated the situation is in the club’s hands and that they know what he wants from the new contract. He has been in regular talks with Liverpool over a fresh package - but he does not sound confident...
    By: KDKA-TV News Staff UPDATE (April 12, 2022 at 9:50 a.m.) — The Pirates and Ke’Bryan Hayes made the deal official on the day of the team’s Home Opener at PNC Park. READ MORE: PNC Park Preparing To Welcome Pirates Fans Back For Home OpenerThe team formally announced the deal Tuesday morning. The eight-year contract extension goes through the 2029 season with a club option for the 2030 season. Hayes was selected 32nd overall in the supplemental first round of the 2015 First-Year Player Draft by the Pirates. “It’s been my privilege to get to know Ke’Bryan over the last two-and-a-half years. I’ve been struck not only by Ke’Bryan’s supreme talent, but by his love and passion for the game, his care for his teammates and family, and his desire to win – in Pittsburgh. This contract is an important step toward our shared goal of winning. I’m grateful that we will get to see Ke wearing black and gold for a long time,” Pirates General Manager Ben Cherington said in a statement. PITTSBURGH (KDKA/CBS SPORTS) — The Pittsburgh Pirates...
    CBS Evening News anchor Norah O'Donnell and the network have reached a deal to renew her contract allowing her to remain on the anchor desk through the 2024 election and beyond despite growing speculation that CBS News might axe her current $8M deal her due to her 'toxic behavior' and $65,000-a-year wardrobe allowance.  O'Donnell shared the news on Friday during a toast with producers at the CBS News facility in Washington, D.C., saying she had 'made a commitment to continue to do this show with all of you here in D.C. for a long time to come,' a source told Puck's Dylan Byers.  The news, first reported by Puck's Dylan Byers, comes after reports that CBS News allegedly reached out to the competition to replace O'Donnell when her contract was expected to end in the spring.    Byers pointed out that the impending contract has been subjected to 'endless industry gossip' amid reports of O'Donnell's alleged ousting.  Dailymail.com has reached out to CBS News for comment.  It was reported the ousting allegations of O'Donnell, who is believed to make around $8 million annually,...
    President Joe Biden again extended the moratorium of federal student loan debt on Wednesday morning. Payments are now set to resume after Aug. 31. The previous payment pause was set to expire at the end of April. Cohosts of The Five expressed disapproval with the move, but Jeanine Pirro appeared to take the most umbrage. “Democratic-leaning economists like Jason Furman and Larry Summers say that this is terrible policy,” said Dana Perino. “It’s very much a mixed bag for Democrats.” “Yeah, a lot is a mixed bag for Democrats when you talk about progressives,” Pirro began. “Look, progressives want full cancellation of $1.6 trillion in student debt. Now, think about this. We’ve got 11.3 million job openings, wages are on the rise – certainly not enough to keep up with inflation, but more than enough jobs for these people to get a job and pay back their student loans.” Pirro then addressed borrowers directly and looked into the camera: Here’s the bottom line. You have a contract. You have a contract with the person who loaned you the money. If...
    The plan, the offseason — everything, really — came down to this: “Everything is different,’ cornerback Xavien Howard said. “Everyone is happy.” Isn’t that it? Doesn’t that sum up the new direction of the Miami Dolphins — if an emotion can be a direction? Howard, one of the game’s top cornerbacks, stood on a small stage in the Miami Dolphins interview room and talked of his new contract, of new coach Mike McDaniel, of much of the former defensive staff returning — and most importantly, of how the Dolphins, “did everything,” to get him back. The offseason is a time for players to be selfish about money and demands. Howard and his agent, David Canter, played the game well. Howard then left the stage and fist-bumped Emmanuel Ogbah, who stepped up to it to discuss his new contract with a healthy smile and … “I’m happy,’ he said. It’s been a parade of that line all offseason. You’ll surely hear it all spring and summer, too, as this franchise pivoted from the previous three years under demanding, dictatorial and suddenly...
    Getty Nick Mullens throws a pass as quarterback of the San Francisco 49ers in 2020. The San Francisco 49ers have seen another one of their former quarterbacks find a new team, this time through the Las Vegas Raiders and Nick Mullens. Mullens spent four seasons with San Francisco, showing flashes of brilliance in his early days after going undrafted in 2017 after a career with Southern Miss. However, the quarterback has bounced around in the past year or so, and he is now a Raiders player. The signing was initially reported by NFL media insider Mike Garafolo on April 1, but Las Vegas has since made it official with a press release. Garafolo wrote that it appears as if Mullens is going to be Las Vegas’ preferred backup. Read More From Heavy Bet $5, Win $150 Whether Your Team Wins or Loses During March Madness “The #Raiders have agreed to terms with QB Nick Mullens, source says,” Garafolo Tweeted. “Right now, it’s him and Garrett Gilbert behind Derek Carr, so a good shot for him to land a...
    MANCHESTER UNITED handing Bruno Fernandes a bumper five-year contract is "a bit strange" according to Paul Merson. The Portuguese star has more than DOUBLED his salary to £240,000 a week. 2Bruno Fernandes has agreed a new five-year contract with Manchester UnitedCredit: Getty 2Paul Merson has questioned Man Utd's judgement on tying down FernandesCredit: Sky Sports Fernandes joined United in a January 2020 in a £68million switch from Sporting Lisbon. He quickly established himself as a fans favourite with his creation and goalscoring. He has gone on to score 49 goals in 117 games for the club. But despite his healthy return, former Arsenal star Merson has questioned the timing of the new deal with United yet to appoint a new manager. Read More SportWORLD CUP DRAW All the info on draw for Qatar 2022 World Cup Speaking to Sportskeeda, the 54-year-old said: "Fernandes' contract situation is an interesting one and pretty much sums up where Manchester United are as a club at the moment. "I'm not saying he's a bad player by any stretch of the imagination, but how can...
    Whenever Lamar Jackson shares a new training video, one spiral after another rising and falling in the California sun, Ravens coach John Harbaugh watches. Of course he watches. “Every bit of it,” he said Monday. “I’m excited to see it.” In an offseason with limited developments and endless speculation about the star quarterback’s future in Baltimore, Harbaugh must on some level understand the limbo state of Ravens fans. In this dead period for NFL players, all he can do is watch Jackson and wait. When something happens, he’ll see it. But a year after Jackson first became eligible for a contract extension, there is still no indication that the Ravens and their franchise player are close to a long-term deal — nor is there any obvious concern over a possible divorce. At the NFL owners meetings, Harbaugh said he had no updates on the Ravens’ negotiations with Jackson, who’s entering the final year of his rookie deal. At the NFL scouting combine in Indianapolis earlier this month, general manager Eric DeCosta said the front office would “work at Lamar’s urgency.”...
    A NEW viral TikTok warns users never to shoplift from the retail giant, Super Target. The TikTok claims that even when people think they're getting away with shoplifting, Target is capturing all of their actions via security camera and slowly building a case against them. 1TikToker @hoesticia wants users to know the truth about retail giant Target The viral TikTok was posted by user @hoesticia, in response to a comment saying, "teach me how to steal ty." In response, @hoesticia warns the user to never steal from Target. As a past employee, she is familiar with their punishments and restrictions. “If you want to continue to go to Target, don’t steal from them,” she said. “Most likely, they already know that you’re stealing. They see you on the cameras. Someone’s following you. Most likely, they’re building a case against you. You’re going to get caught.” She also alleges that Target security guards go undercover, dressing in plainclothes and following around anyone they might suspect. Read more shopping storiesNEED FOR SPEED Instacart shoppers will soon be...
    BUKAYO SAKA has allegedly “initially” opened talks with Arsenal over a new contract. The 20-year-old attacker grabbed his tenth goal of the season to secure the Gunners a vital 1-0 win at Villa Park on Saturday. 1Arsenal have held 'initial' talks with Bukayo Saka over a new contractCredit: Getty He is now looking to further establish himself on the international stage when he meets up with Gareth Southgate’s England squad on Tuesday. Saka’s displays have led to interest from both Manchester City and Liverpool over recent months after details of his contract emerged. He penned a new “long-term” deal back in 2020 which was believed to be until 2023 and worth £30,000-a-week. However, Arsenal are allegedly able to activate an additional 12-months on that. READ MORE FOOTBALLGUNNERS NEWS New home shirt LEAKED, Tielemans latest, PSG consider Mikel Arteta But the attacker’s “growing importance” to Mikel Arteta’s team is behind their “determination to extend” his deal. And now The Athletic has reported that “an initial conversation has now taken place” over an extension. And the “possibility of an improved” package at...
    If anyone can empathize with Larry Ogunjobi after the Chicago Bears announced Friday that they rescinded a contract offer that would have made him the ninth-highest paid defensive tackle in the NFL, it is retired offensive lineman Roberto Garza. Of course, the economics of the league have changed dramatically since Garza was in Baltimore at the start of the free-agency period in 2005 when he failed a physical with the Ravens, pulling a three-year $7 million offer that was to pay him $4 million in the first season. General manager Ozzie Newsome informed Garza that when the Ravens put him through a physical, they determined he had no anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee. Garza and his wife, Ashley, already had lined up a real estate agent to take them shopping for a home in Maryland. He was devastated and wondered if his career was over. “It’s a miserable feeling because you’ve worked hard to get yourself in a position to merit that contract and that type of money,” Garza said Friday afternoon. “It stings. It hurts. It’s a...
    Shannon Sharpe went off on Aaron Rodgers Wednesday morning on Undisputed, calling him a “liar” over his recent contract controversy. “The problem that I have with him is what I’ve learned about Aaron Rodgers over past the year and a half, is he’s a liar,” Sharpe exclaimed. “He called the reports of him wanting to be the highest-paid player by a wide margin at $50 million per year, he said it was categorically false. That’s what that lying you-know-what said. And come to find out, it’s exactly what he wanted and the numbers match exactly what was being reported!” Initial reporting from Ian Rapoport stated Rodgers’ new contract would be in the range of 4 years, $200 million, a claim the Quarterback disputed on social media. The exact deal, however, wasn’t too far off, as Rodgers’ extension includes $150 million guaranteed over the first three seasons with two voidable years in 2025 and 2026. While Sharpe has no issue with Rodgers getting his money, his problems are with Rodgers’ deception to the media and fans, particularly when it comes...