NFL Plaintiffs' list of demands grows


NFL Plaintiffs' list of demands grows

By Adam Hart
Assisted by Mary Paoletti

The agent for Logan Mankins has denied reports his client attempted to hold NFL labor negotiations over a barrel with a 10 million cash demand.

This can only mean one thing: it's time for more fake NFL plaintiff demands. Better than watching the back-and-forth reporting on twitter.

One of Giovanni Carmazzi's five goats. Preferably alive. - Tom Brady

A non-speaking role in The Dark Knight Rises. - Brian Robison

A 3.357 lbs. bag of Skittles with all the orange and yellow removed. - Von Miller

An all-expense-paid trip to Jurassic Park. The real one. - Peyton Manning

A private concert with the Trololo guy. In 1966. - Drew Brees

The right to sign the largest signature on the document settling the lawsuit, John Hancock style - Vincent Jackson

Three Dogs of War, complete with titanium teeth and infrared spy camera. - SURPRISE! Not Michael Vick. It's Ben Leber.

A glorious sweater-vest bon fire. But it better be glorious. - Mike Vrabel

An Adam Schefter vs. Bert Breer cage match. We all know Breer will win; he's been living on the streets. - Osi Umenyiora

A public apology from NFLPAmythologist Jeffrey Kessler. And Don't Ever Trust Lawyers classes for every football writer in the country. - Logan Mankins

Report: Celtics plan is 'sequencing' acquisitions of Hayward, George

Report: Celtics plan is 'sequencing' acquisitions of Hayward, George

The Celtics are working to acquire BOTH Paul George and Gordon Hayward this summer, Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo Sports' The Vertical reports.

More from Woj's report:

The Boston Celtics are pursuing an aggressive summer plan of sequencing the signing of free agent Gordon Hayward and relinquishing the assets needed to complete a trade for Paul George, league sources told The Vertical.

For salary-cap purposes, Boston wants a Hayward commitment before it can finalize a trade for George and secure the most dynamic free-agent coup in franchise history, league sources said.

For Boston, here’s the hitch: While Indiana believes Boston can offer the best possible package, the Pacers may be unwilling to wait until the start of July free agency on Boston’s timetable and could turn toward making a deal elsewhere for George, league sources told The Vertical. 

This report confirms an earlier one from the weekend that said the C's were looking to acquire both superstars.


Farrell suspended one game for last week's run-in with umpire

Farrell suspended one game for last week's run-in with umpire

BOSTON -- Red Sox manager John Farrell has been suspended one game because of Saturday night's scream-fest with umpire Bill Miller, when Farrell objected to a balk call made on Fernando Abad that led to an Angels run in the seventh inning.

Farrell is to serve the suspension on Tuesday night. He has also been fined.

Farrell and the umpire couldn't have been much closer to each other's face, and some contact was made.

"There was contact made, yes. I didn't bump him though," Farrell said a day later. "The tip of my finger touched his shirt."

Miller has ejected Farrell three times, more than any other umpire.

"No, honestly I didn't even know that, someone's brought to my attention that it's been the third time," Farrell said Sunday when asked if that history played in. "I don't have a tote board of who's done what and how many times