Easter is over, the draft is coming, and the PFT PM podcast will be bringing you plenty of late-afternoon content from now through the end of the month, and beyond.
Monday’s Five-Down Territory edition looks at the Josh Rosen situation and more — including answers to plenty of questions.
TMZ claims the parents of Smith’s alleged victim persuaded him to enter an unidentified rehabilitation facility after their daughter, described as Smith’s fiancee, called police and accused him of “beating her up.”
Smith turns himself in to San Francisco police and is booked on domestic-violence related charges. He is held on $30,000 bond on misdemeanor charges of willful infliction of corporal injury, assault with force likely to produce injury, false imprisonment and vandalism.
He spent four seasons with the Jets after they made him a second-round pick and last season with the Giants. Smith has played 35 games with 31 starts, going 12-19.
Smith has completed 57.9 percent of his passes for 6,174 yards with 29 touchdowns and 36 interceptions.
Russell Wilson is the only quarterback on Seattle’s roster after the Seahawks cut backup Trevone Boykin earlier this week.
For those who are still entrenched in the fantasy playoffs or battling for a roto title, these next three days will challenge both your patience and your WiFi connection. Acting quickly to react to resting stars and ever-shifting rotations will prove pivotal. The clearest path to statistical success at this stage of the season is to embrace the variance these chaotic final days produce by acting on the news of the night.
The most glaring principal difference between Las Vegas and other cities isn’t casino gambling — it’s sports betting, the legal kind, anyway. Forty states have casinos, according to the American Gaming Association. Only Nevada, however, can offer a legal bet on the Super Bowl. And that makes the NFL nervous — even though sports betting currently takes place in every state and every stadium via the dozens of offshore sportsbooks that serve the U.S. online.
The February 2015 meeting at the gaming research center was the first between UNLV and the Raiders. It took place a year before Davis appeared in a picture with influential billionaire casino magnate Sheldon Adelson and was kept secret for three years afterward.