DAILY LINKS: Drew Brees agrees to re-sign with Saints

Brees, who turned 39 in January, insisted all along that he wants to be a “Saint for life” and didn’t plan to let any other teams in on a bidding war — even though he possibly could have become the highest-paid player in NFL history for the second time in his career if he had done so.
Sources told ESPN’s Adam Schefter the Broncos will reel in Keenum, 30, to be their quarterback of the present and future when free agency officially opens Wednesday afternoon.
To give the public an idea of what goes into a free-agent decision, Cousins has been having a video crew follow him and his family for a few weeks, recording the decision process with those close to him that will determine whether he plays in Arizona, Minnesota or New York.
With what Ross and Young have done the past two days and with the season a little more than two weeks away, the competition for one or two spots in the rotation is approaching its zenith.
Projected 2018 lineups for all 30 teams according to MLB.com
SDSU Senior Center Kameron Rooks joined Scott and BR to talk about winning the Mountain West Tournament, the match up vs Houston and how he ended up at SDSU after 4 years at CAL
The Western Conference’s top seed is Houston’s to lose at this point. The Rockets (53-14) bumped its lead over the Golden State Warriors to two games by cruising to a 109-93 win Monday night over the struggling, undermanned San Antonio Spurs. The Rockets also own the tiebreaker over the Warriors, so Houston essentially has a three-game cushion in the fight to secure home-court advantage for the West finals.
Tamba Hali’s marvelous decade-plus run in Kansas City is over. The Chiefs released the veteran outside linebacker on Monday, the team announced. It’s a move reporters close to the team expected all along, with Hali turning 35 in December and set to save the Chiefs nearly $7.7 million with his departure.
They desperately need someone to take pressure off Khalil Mack up front. Suh not only has the classic Raider persona, he might be willing to take a backloaded deal that would allow him to leverage one perk of playing in Las Vegas — no state income tax.
It is Venus’ first victory over Serena since August 2014 at the Rogers Cup in Montreal, and the first matchup where Venus was the higher-ranked player since the sisters met at Bangalore in March 2008.
Golf Channel’s Steve Sands discussed a kinder, gentler Tiger Woods, if it’s fair to say he’s back after a second place finish and why there’s never been an athlete that moves their sport the way Tiger has.
“These are good things. This is what a roster is supposed to look like on the fringe, instead of the last couple years. This time, you’re looking at the bottom part of the roster, you’re talking about real baseball players that have earned their way to the big leagues.”
San Diego continues play in the CIT on Saturday at 7 p.m. PT when it plays host to Portland State.
The women’s college basketball world is facing a familiar challenge in the NCAA tournament: Keep UConn, the overall No. 1 seed, from going home with the trophy for the fifth time in six years.
Tebow has really made fans in the clubhouse, as the young players have turned him into their personal fantasy football cheat sheet and NFL database. Baseball players tend to be avid football fans — they enjoy fantasy football like the rest of America. But unlike the general public, they have access to a former Heisman Trophy winner.

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