After a disappointing two seasons in Green Bay, the Packers have traded defensive lineman Jerel Worthy to the New England Patriots.
The San Diego Padres continued their fire sale on Tuesday, as they traded third baseman Chase Headley to the New York Yankees in exchange for almost nothing. The move was a clear salary dump by the Padres, who are clearly trying to free up their books for whoever their next general manager will be.
There have been a ton of reports lately regarding the Philadelphia Eagles and receiver DeSean Jackson. Some say he’s on his way out from the team, while others insist head coach Chip Kelly doesn’t want him traded. The latest suggests there is “no way” Jackson returns to the Eagles in 2014 because of his attitude.
Multiple reports have surfaced on Tuesday that suggest the Los Angeles Dodgers are moving towards trading All-Star outfielder Matt Kemp. Specifically the Dodgers have had talks with the Detroit Tigers, Seattle Mariners and Boston Red Sox in the past week.
When the Philadelphia Phillies signed closer Jonathan Papelbon to a four-year, $50 million contract in November of 2011, many eyebrows were raised across Major League Baseball. Papelbon had been shaky at times in his two seasons with the Boston Red Sox and he almost certainly wasn’t going to get better.