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LOS ANGELES -- — Dennis Schröder scored 14 of his season-high 32 points in the fourth quarter and the undermanned Los Angeles Lakers improbably overcame LeBron James’ absence for a 112-109 victory over the Miami Heat on Wednesday night....
LOS ANGELES -- — Dennis Schröder scored 14 of his season-high 32 points in the fourth quarter and the undermanned Los Angeles Lakers improbably overcame LeBron James’ absence for a 112-109 victory over the Miami Heat on Wednesday night.
Russell Westbrook had 21 points, nine assists and eight rebounds for the Lakers, who rallied from a six-point deficit in the fourth quarter and held off Miami without their top three scorers. James stayed home with a cold, while Anthony Davis and Lonnie Walker are injured.
Thomas Bryant added 21 points and nine rebounds, while Schröder was brilliant down the stretch. The German point guard scored nine points in the final 2:35, and his 9-for-9 performance at the free throw line in the fourth quarter sealed the Lakers’ fourth victory in five games.
“I've got to be more aggressive anyway, even when AD and Bron are coming back, to open up things for AD and Bron,” Schröder said. “Hearing that Bron is sick and AD is out as well, everybody just gave a little bit more.”
Schröder rolled his ankle midway through the fourth quarter, and Lakers coach Darvin Ham intended to take him out of the game — but Schröder's teammates said he insisted on staying in.
“He didn't want to come out,” Bryant said. “He said, ‘No. Let’s be great.'”
“They were rolling,” said Kyle Lowry, who had 11 points. “They were confident in what they were doing. We were a little bit of a step slow tonight.”
One week after beating the Lakers in Miami and two days after rallying to beat the Clippers in Los Angeles, Miami blew a late lead and couldn't catch up to the Lakers' reserves and role players.
“It's been extremely disappointing every time we get a little bit of footing on the season, and then we have a disappointing loss,” Miami coach Erik Spoelstra said. “That's what this was tonight, but you have to credit the Lakers. They played with a great motor, with spirit with their guys out. We've had some wins like that as well, where we've had guys out and you can catch a team.”
After trailing for much of the first three quarters, Miami appeared to be moving toward a victory before the Lakers made a 14-3 rally and eventually went up 102-96 on Schröder's three consecutive free throws with 2:35 to play.
Getty ImagesNot long ago, we pointed out that signing with the Dolphins is “definitely on the table” for soon-to-be free agent Tom Brady. The feeling may not be mutual.More accurately, it’s not “expected” to be mutual.Adam Schefter of ESPN.com rep...
More accurately, it’s not “expected” to be mutual.
Adam Schefter of ESPN.com reports that the Dolphins “are not expected” to pursue Brady, in the event he decides to play in 2023. Schefter adds, citing unnamed sources, that the Dolphins are “committed” to Tua Tagovailoa.
It’s unclear why Schefter had to roll with unnamed sources for the proposition that the Dolphins are committed to Tua. The coach and the General Manager have said so publicly. (Also, Schefter reported two weeks ago that Tua is “expected” to be the starter in 2023. Like Siena once said to Costanza, “I heard you the first time.”)
As we said in response to the pro-Tua comments from the team, actions speak louder than words. If they’re truly committed, pick up his fifth-year option. Or sign him to a long-term deal. Until one of those things happen, the commitment isn’t worth the paper it’s not printed on.
Five weeks after suffering his latest concussion, Tua still isn’t cleared to play flag football, frolf, or whatever else the NFL plans to do this week in Las Vegas in lieu of two-hand touch in full pads. That seems to be the most important news regarding Tua. How can they be truly committed to him until they know when/if he’ll be cleared to practice and play?
And while G.M. Chris Grier has pushed the idea that Tua is no more susceptible than anyone else to getting another concussion, the issue isn’t whether he’ll get another concussion. It’s whether his next concussion will be the one that keeps him from ever getting cleared again. Also, given his lack of size (relative to other quarterbacks), the question is whether he can protect himself against being thrown to the ground and having his helmet strike the turf. That’s how he suffered each of his two (or three) concussions in 2022.
Schefter’s safe harbor — “not expected” — flows from the very real possibility that the Dolphins have decided to express a clear commitment to Tua until the moment they decide to rescind said commitment. Given the extent to which the potential arrival of Deshaun Watson left Tua discombobulated throughout the first half of 2021, the Dolphins don’t want him thinking they may be moving on from him, until they affirmatively decide to move on from him.
That’s how it sometimes goes in the NFL. A team says it definitely wants a player until it no longer does. And when that happens, the team rarely gets dragged for the messages it previously spread.
Especially when the message deliberately contains just enough wiggle room, as the current message does.
And it makes sense to leave wiggle room. What happens if Brady reaches out to the Dolphins and expresses interest in playing for the Dolphins? Will they say no? They lost a first-round pick last year for lining up Brady and coach Sean Payton when both were under contract with other teams.
That’s another reason for the Dolphins to put out the word that they’re not “expected” to pursue Brady. We all know that the pursuits happen before free agency begins. Brady is already trying to throw pre-emptive dirt on the inevitable tampering tracks. The last thing the Dolphins want or need is to give up another first-round pick for talking to Brady before they’re allowed to do so.
So, sure, they’re “not expected” to pursue Brady. If/when Brady pursues them, that may be a very different story.
Getty Images If Tom Brady does come back for the 2023 NFL season, where he decides to play will be the biggest question. While we may not know where he will land, there's one team reportedly not expected to be interested in the seven-time ...
If Tom Brady does come back for the 2023 NFL season, where he decides to play will be the biggest question. While we may not know where he will land, there's one team reportedly not expected to be interested in the seven-time Super Bowl champion.
The Miami Dolphins, one team recently linked to Brady, will not pursue the veteran QB, according to ESPN, and remains committed to Tua Tagovailoa for the future. Under first-year head coach Mike McDaniel, Tagovailoa saw improvement and the team is clearly happy with his production.
The Dolphins got docked by the NFL last year for tampering with Brady. Dolphins owner Stephen Ross was fined $1.5 million and suspended through Oct. 17, and the team also had to forfeit its 2023 first-round pick and its 2024 third-round pick for "violating the integrity of the game."
Miami has now apparently moved on from the 45-year-old, who will become an unrestricted free agent.
Brady has a "no tag" clause in his contract with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers so he cannot be franchise-tagged by the team.
When asked about his timeline to make a decision, Brady said, "If I knew what I was going to f-----g do, I would've already f-----g done it, OK? I'm taking it a day at a time."
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Brady finished the 2022 season with the third-most yards (4,694) in the NFL along with 25 touchdowns and nine interceptions. Tagovailoa, meanwhile, finished with a career-high 3,548 passing yards and 25 touchdowns in 13 games.
Going into Sunday's NFC Championship game, the 49ers were already down to their third-string quarterback (Brock Purdy), but after an injury to the rookie, San Francisco is now just one big hit away from being forced to play a quarterback who has never actually played quarterback.
With Purdy on the sideline due to an elbow injury that he suffered on the first possession of the game, San Francisco turned to fourth-stringer Josh Johnson, but then he got injured in the third quarter (concussion), which now leaves the 49ers down to their emergency quarterback.
So who is the emergency QB? That would be either Kyle Juszczyk or Christian McCaffrey, according to the Fox broadcast. It's looking more and more possible that one of those two guys could end up taking taking a few snaps under center. With Johnson out, the 49ers put Purdy back in, but he can barely throw due to his injured elbow, so he might not last long.
On McCaffrey's end, he's thrown four career passes, going 2 for 4 for 84 yards and a touchdown. As for Juszczyk, he's been in the NFL for 10 seasons and he's never thrown a pass, which means the 49ers would almost certainly have to run some sort of Wildcat offense if either Juszczyk or McCaffrey enters the game at QB.
The crazy part about Juszczyk is that the NFC Championship isn't even the first game this season where he's been one injury away from entering the game. Back in Week 2, the 49ers only had two active quarterbacks against the Seahawks. That was the game where the 49ers had to turn to Jimmy Garoppolo after Trey Lance suffered a broken ankle.
If Garoppolo had gotten injured in that 27-7 win, then the 49ers would have had to turn to Juszczyk. At the time, Juszczyk made it clear that he wanted no part of playing QB.
"I told Jimmy in the locker room, I said 'Hey man, don't make me play quarterback today,'" Juszczyk said following the Week 2 win. "And he promised he was going to do everything he could to not let that happen."
Despite the QB injuries, the 49ers are battling to stay in the game, trailing 21-7 in the third quarter. If you want the latest updates, along with the current score, be sure to check out our live blog by clicking here.
We’re still several weeks away from the official start of the NFL’s 2023 offseason and free agency, but it appears we can rule out one potential suitor for Tom Brady.The Miami Dolphins aren’t expected to pursue Brady this offseason, ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported Sunday.The Dolphins have not only been linked to Brady in the past, but an NFL investigation found that th...
We’re still several weeks away from the official start of the NFL’s 2023 offseason and free agency, but it appears we can rule out one potential suitor for Tom Brady.
The Miami Dolphins aren’t expected to pursue Brady this offseason, ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported Sunday.
The Dolphins have not only been linked to Brady in the past, but an NFL investigation found that the organization, including owner Jeff Ross, violated the league’s anti-tampering policy three times between 2019 and 2022 due to engaging in impermissible conversations with the seven-time Super Bowl winner. Miami lost a pair of draft picks, including its 2023 first-round pick, while Ross was fined $1.5 million and was suspended through Oct. 17 when the league announced the findings of the investigation on Aug. 2.
Any potential smoke of Brady going to Miami appeared to die down during the season as Tua Tagovailoa had a breakout season, leading the league in passer rating to help the Dolphins reach the playoffs. However, Tagovailoa was placed in concussion protocol twice during the 2022 season. The second concussion cost him the final three games of the season, including the Dolphins’ playoff loss to the Buffalo Bills.
But the Dolphins “were pleased with [Tagovailoa’s] development” and plan to stick with him as their starting quarterback entering 2023, according to Schefter. Tagovailoa remains in concussion protocol, where he’s been since Dec. 26, causing him to miss the Pro Bowl, too.
Brady, who turns 46 in August, hasn’t committed to a return to the NFL for the 2023 season yet. Following the Buccaneers’ Jan. 16 playoff loss to the Cowboys, Brady said that he has no timetable set for making a decision. He reiterated those thoughts when asked if he knew he would play again on the Jan. 23 episode of his “Let’s Go!” podcast.
Brady seemed to signal that the playoff loss was his final game with the Buccaneers. He thanked “everybody for welcoming me” at the end of his press conference following that game as he’s set to become a free agent in March. Brady’s Buccaneers teammates reportedly feel that the quarterback has played his final game in Tampa, too based on conversations they had with him at the end of the season.
Prior to Sunday’s news, the Dolphins were one of several teams reportedly linked to Brady. In fact, they weren’t the only Patriots’ divisional rival to be heavily linked to Brady. The Jets have been among the top of several oddsmakers’ lists to land Brady, holding the sixth-best odds (+1200) to do so on DraftKings Sportsbook.
The Las Vegas Raiders, who reportedly view Brady as their top target at quarterback this offseason, are seen as one of the favorites to land the 45-year-old quarterback. The Josh McDaniels-led squad is the co-betting favorite, along with the Buccaneers, to land Brady this offseason at +150 odds on DraftKings Sportsbook. The Dolphins (+500) remain high on the list by oddsmakers, while the 49ers are up there too, with +950 odds to sign Brady. Oh, and the Patriots also have +1200 odds to reunite with their former quarterback.
The Miami Dolphins are on the hunt for some new coaches heading into the 2023 NFL offseason, but the 2022 offseason saw even more upheaval in that department. It appears that following the hiring of head coach Mike McDaniel, the Dolphins tried to add Clyde Christensen to the coaching staff.That motion was denied by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, much to Christen...
The Miami Dolphins are on the hunt for some new coaches heading into the 2023 NFL offseason, but the 2022 offseason saw even more upheaval in that department. It appears that following the hiring of head coach Mike McDaniel, the Dolphins tried to add Clyde Christensen to the coaching staff.
That motion was denied by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, much to Christensen’s chagrin.
“Christensen has had to manage things, too,” Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times reported. “He was disappointed prior to the start of the 2022 season when the Bucs denied permission for him to accept a job with the Miami Dolphins as their offensive coordinator, an opportunity that came with a significant pay increase. He also was surprised he was part of the changes to [Todd] Bowles’ staff last week. He opted to retire but will be paid the final year of his contract.”
Perhaps the most interesting thing to note regarding the Dolphins’ attempt to lure Christensen away is how it relates to the team’s long-lived pursuit of star quarterback Tom Brady. Maybe the Dolphins hoped that landing Christensen would improve their chances of eventually adding Brady as well.
Currently, the Brady rumors persist despite the fact that Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa just put in a career year with the team. The questions at quarterback likely would not be a concern for the Dolphins if it weren’t for the health concerns that Tagovailoa is currently dealing with.
After suffering two confirmed concussions in the 2022 NFL season, Tagovailoa remains in concussion protocol over one month after his Week 16 injury.
Now, with Brady’s future in Tampa very much in doubt, the Dolphins are seen as possible contenders for the legend.
As for Christensen, he is retired, and it’s unclear if any kind of offer would convince him to get out of retirement. With that in mind, if news later in the offseason starts to trickle out that the Dolphins are once again thinking of adding him to their staff, fans can be sure that rumors linking Miami and Brady will only grow stronger.
The 2022 season is nearing its end. With the two conference championships slated for Sunday and the Super Bowl scheduled to take place on Feb. 12, Dolphins fans will have to take a wait-and-see approach to find out what the future holds for their beloved franchise.