Wentz Signs 4-Year Deal

Photo Credit : rollingstone.com The Eagles and quarterback Carson Wentz have made it official. The second overall pick has signed a four-year, 26 million dollar contract with a $17 million signing bonus. Wentz is set to compete with Sam Bradford and Chase Daniel for the starting QB job in Philly, but either Wentz or Bradford are most likely to win out. Though most QB’s taken … Continue reading Wentz Signs 4-Year Deal

Chaves Will Race in Both Indy Events for Coyne

Photo Credit: f1fanatic.co.uk Announced as the driver of the No. 19 Dale Coyne Racing Honda-powered Indycar in the 100th running of the Indianapolis 500 on Sunday, May 29th, Gabby Chaves will also be driving the No. 19 Dale Coyne Racing car in this weekend’s Grand Prix of Indianapolis, replacing Luca Filippi, who drove the No. 19 machine in the 1st 4 races to begin the 2016 … Continue reading Chaves Will Race in Both Indy Events for Coyne

Dixon Tops 2nd Indy GP Practice

Photo Credit: stuff.co.nz Chip Ganassi Racing’s New Zealander driver Scott Dixon topped the 2nd practice session of the Grand Prix of Indianapolis with a best lap time of 69.8281 around the 2.44-mile road course on the interior of the historic Indianapolis Motor Speedway.   Dixon’s last victory in the Verizon Indycar Series came 3 races ago at the Grand Prix of Phoenix, when he held off Simon … Continue reading Dixon Tops 2nd Indy GP Practice

Power Tops 1st Indy GP Practice

Photo Credit: indycar.com Team Penske’s Australian driver Will Power is picking up where he left off a year ago at the Grand Prix of Indianapolis. He was quickest in this morning’s practice session with a lap time of 69.8943 seconds around the 2.44-mile road course on the interior of the famous Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Power’s last victory in the Verizon Indycar Series came 1 year ago … Continue reading Power Tops 1st Indy GP Practice

Skiles Steps Down

Photo Credit: bleacherreport.com Orlando Magic head coach Scott Skiles has announced that he will be stepping down as the team’s head coach after spending just 1 season, the 2015-16 season, with the team. Skiles led the Magic to a 35-47 record on the season, and they finished in 5th place, last place, in the Southeast division. In 958 games, Skiles’ career record as a head coach is … Continue reading Skiles Steps Down