>>Dolphins Reach One-Year Deal With Cutler
(Davie, FL) — The Dolphins are adding quarterback depth following a serious knee injury to starter Ryan Tannehill. Multiple outlets report the Dolphins have agreed to a one-year, 10-million-dollar contract with signal-caller Jay Cutler. The 34-year-old was originally going into broadcasting after being released by the Bears earlier this offseason.
>>Falcons’ CB Collins Suspended 10 Games
(Flowery Branch, GA) — Falcons cornerback Jalen Collins is going to miss the first 10 games of the season for violating the NFL’s policy on performance-enhancing substances for the second time. Collins was also suspended for four games last season. The LSU product had 31 tackles and two interceptions last year.
>>Cardinals Rout Reds With Nine-Run Fourth
(Cincinnati, OH) — The Cardinals scored nine times in the fourth inning to break open a one-run game and beat the Reds 13-4 in Cincinnati. It was highlighted by Jose Martinez’s first career grand slam. Kolten Wong had three hits, an RBI and scored twice as St. Louis took two-of-three.
>>Cubs Lose Late To Nationals
(Chicago, IL) — Carl Edwards Jr. gave up a go-ahead grand slam to Matt Wieters in the eighth inning as the Cubs lost 9-4 to the Nationals at Wrigley Field. Willson Contreras homered twice and Kyle Schwarber also went deep for Chicago, which dropped two-of-three.
>>Red Sox Double Up White Sox
(Boston, MA) — Chris Young piled up five RBI to help lead the Red Sox past the White Sox 6-3 at Fenway Park. Chicago starter Mike Pelfrey surrendered six runs in five-and-two-thirds to take his 10th loss. The White Sox were swept in the four-game set and have dropped six-straight overall.
>>Dodgers Complete Season Sweep Of Mets
(Flushing, NY) — Justin Turner and Cody Bellinger hit two-run homers as the Dodgers drilled the Mets, 8-0, in New York. Logan Forsythe smacked a two-run single during a three-run first for LA, which won all seven meetings with New York this season. Hyun-Jin Ryu struck out eight over seven innings of one-hit ball to improve to 4-and-6.
>>Phillies Wall Of Fame Member Darren Daulton Dead At 55
(Philadelphia, PA) — The Phillies are mourning the loss of one of their all-time greats. Former catcher and Wall-of-Fame member Darren Daulton has died after a battle with brain cancer at 55 years old. Daulton played parts of 14 seasons with the Phillies and won a World Series with the Marlins before retiring in 1997.
>>Truex Jr. Wins At Watkins Glen
(Watkins Glen, NY) — Marin Truex Jr. is the champion at the I Love New York 355 at Watkins Glen International. Truex Jr. took the lead for the final time on lap 88-of-90 and held on to secure the victory. Matt Kenseth took second place and rookie Daniel Suarez finished a career-best third. Denny Hamlin and Clint Bowyer round out the top five.