General Manager Steve Keim said it not only was Bucannon’s best game of the season, it might have been Bucannon’s best game as a Cardinal.

Bucannon said he’d prefer not to talk much more about the injury, because it feels like excuse-making. But he couldn’t disagree with Keim’s assessment. The ankle had been an issue since early in the 2016 season – long before he was shut down for the season – and the Giants’ game was a flashback to how Bucannon played in 2015.
Adidas Artturi Lehkonen Youth Authentic Veterans Day Practice Jersey - NHL Montreal Canadiens #62 Camo
I’m not big for individual stuff, Bucannon said. I just want to be the best I can be for the team and make as many plays as possible. I still need to progress and build on my game. But I agree, all around, the game was a great game for me. Not only for me. We got a shutout.

Arians didn’t rule anyone out for Sunday’s game in Seattle, noting that linebacker Josh Bynes (ankle)—who didn’t practice – is making progress and will be a game-day decision. Also potential returns this week are tight end Troy Niklas (ankle) and guard Earl Watford (ankle), who returned to practice this week. If Watford can play, it would be interesting to see if the Cards drop him back in the starting lineup.

Via, Spurrier recently told Paul Finebaum that Spurrier reached out to Tebow regarding an AAF gig.

He said coach, I’m Ryan Anderson Jersey gonna keep swinging the bat and see what happens, Spurrier said. I told him we’d have a No. 15 down in Orlando waiting for him.

Tebow has been swinging the bat fairly well in Double-A ball this season, batting.256 through 63 games. That’s arguably good enough to justify an eventual promotion to the Triple-A level and, if he performs plausibly well there, to the Mets.

So it makes sense that, with no realistic path to the NFL no matter what he’d do in the AAF, would be more interested in a minor-league operation that could still vault him to the big leagues.

It wouldn’t be one bit surprising Nyheim Hines Jersey if the Avalanche tried to find a trade partner for Varlamov, an expensive performer who’s dealt with some injury issues and other concerns in recent years. (One can’t help but note that, amusingly, the Avalanche also sent quite a bit of future assets to Washington in hopes that Varlamov would fix their goalie issues. Life moves fast.)