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PostPosted: Tue May 30, 2017 10:21 pm    Post subject: st 47.2. Tebows last play with the Patriots, and perhaps Reply with quote

NEW YORK -- Boston forward Jarome Iginla has been named the NHLs first star for March after his explosive month helped the Bruins climb to the top of the standings. Iginla led all players with 13 goals in March and added four assists for 17 points in 17 games. He scored on a league-best 31 per cent of his shots over the month to power the Bruins to a 15-1-1 record. The 36-year-old Edmonton native scored his 30th goal of the season on Saturday, reaching the milestone for the 12th time in his 17-year career. He also recorded his 560th career goal, tying Guy Lafleur for 24th in NHL history. Detroits Gustav Nyquist earned second-star honours. Nyquist had 12 goals and 18 points to help the Red Wings move into the first Wild Card spot in the Eastern Conference. Philadelphia centre Claude Giroux has been named the third star. Giroux led all players with 15 assists and 21 points to help the Flyers complete a 9-3-2 March and maintain third place in the Metropolitan Division. Elsewhere, Tampa Bay Lightning left-wing Ondrej Palat was named the rookie of the month. Palat led all rookies with 16 points (five goals, 11 assists) in 16 games. After a restless night, hundreds of NFL players nervously checked their cellphones Saturday morning, cringing every time it buzzed. Tim Tebow was among those who got the dreaded call telling him to come see the coach and bring in his playbook. Teams had to whittle their rosters to the 53-man maximum Saturday, and although his release wasnt a big surprise, Tebow was by far the biggest name among the notable cuts. "I will remain in relentless pursuit of continuing my lifelong dream of being an NFL quarterback," an undaunted Tebow tweeted. After being let go by his third team in 18 months -- and with the season just five days away -- the quarterbacks chances of immediately catching on with another team seem slim. Several other veteran QBs also found themselves looking for work on this Labor Day weekend as the Giants released longtime backup David Carr, the Packers cut Vince Young and the Bills chopped Matt Leinart. Other noteworthy cuts included: --Eagles RG Danny Watkins --49ers LS Brian Jennings --49ers WR Austin Collie --Panthers QB Jimmy Clausen. --Saints S Jim Leonhard --Browns K Shayne Graham --Chargers WR Robert Meachem Those who made the 53-man rosters had a weekend respite before heading back to work Monday, except for the Broncos and Ravens, who kick off the season Thursday night in Denver. The Broncos held meetings and a walk-through Saturday after final cuts were made. Theyll practice Sunday, as will the Super Bowl champion Ravens, who are being forced to start the season on the road because baseballs Orioles wouldnt move their game in Baltimore that night. Among Denvers cuts was veteran running back Lance Ball, paving the way for the injured C.J. Anderson of Cal to make the roster while the Broncos wait for him to recover from a sprained right MCL. That makes 10 straight seasons that an undrafted college free agent has made the Broncos opening day roster. Two tteams have longer streaks: Indianapolis (15 years) and Kansas City (11).dddddddddddd The Colts kept 27-year-old rookie linebacker Caesar Rayford, a veteran of the Arena and Canadian leagues, and QB Tyler Bray made the Chiefs roster. "Its not an easy day because they all worked hard," Broncos boss John Elway said about the players who didnt make it. "We just dont have enough slots for everybody." Every coach calls this the cruelest day of the year in pro football -- even the Giants Tom Coughlin, whose birthday was Saturday. But Sunday might prove worse as some bottom-rung players who barely had the chance to celebrate making the team get discharged in favour of waiver wire pickups. Teams can also fill their eight-man practice squads Sunday. This could be it for Tebow, the popular but polarizing player who has provided both his supporters and detractors with plenty of fodder during his 35-game NFL career that includes a 47.9 completion percentage, 17 touchdown throws, nine interceptions, a dozen TD runs and 15 fumbles. Jettisoned by the Jets last winter, Tebow signed June 11 with New England, where the man who drafted him in Denver, Josh McDaniels, is the offensive co-ordinator. His three-month stay with the Patriots was decidedly lower key than his stints with the Broncos, whom he led to the playoffs in 2011, and Jets, but he still had trouble throwing the ball, posting a passer rating of just 47.2. Tebows last play with the Patriots, and perhaps in the NFL, was a 9-yard touchdown toss Thursday night to rookie free agent Quentin Sims with six seconds left against the Giants. Now Tebow is out of work again and maybe out of chances. "I cant predict that," Broncos coach John Fox said. "I wish nothing but the best for him, as Ive said many times. He did a lot of good things for us, was great to this organization and to this coaching staff, myself included. So, I wish him nothing but the best." Cheap NFL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale NFL Jerseys Jerseys From China Wholesale NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys ' ' '
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