Detroit Lions Mock Draft 2.0

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The NFL combine is fast-approaching so it is time for a new Lions Mock Draft. In version one of the Lions Mock draft, we saw a trade down to obtain more draft capital. Unfortunately, there aren’t any players worth trading up for so we stick with no trades at #2.

Round 1, Pick 2:

Aidan Hutchinson, EDGE – Michigan

Earlier today, coach Dan Campbell alluded to some scheme changes happening with the Lions defense.

In comes Aidan Hutchinson who not only played 45 minutes west of Detroit at Michigan, but he grew up in local Plymouth. Hutchinson possesses the ferocious leadership that the Lions are desperately needing, along with his elite ability to play on the edge. He not only broke the all-time sack record at Michigan with 14, but he finished at the top among all EDGE players according to PFF. The Lions have real talent along the DL with Romeo Okwara, Alim McNeill and Levi Onwuzurike. Adding Hutchinson to that group would really shore up one of the most important position groups in Football.

Round 1, Pick 32:

Treylon Burks, WR – Arkansas

What a steal this would be at the end of Round 1. Burks has elite speed and is a fluid route runner at 6-3 225. The Lions drafted a WR last year in Amon-Ra St. Brown and that turned out to be a big success. Drafting Burks here at 32 will help take that position group to the next level as he can play in the slot and on the outside.

Round 2, Pick 44 (via CLE):

Jahan Dotson, WR – Penn State

The value was too good to pass up at 44 after trading back with the Browns. wide receiver is a big need and the Lions address that again with Dotson after drafting Burks at 32. Similar to Burks, he can play in the Slot and on the outside too. Versatility is the name of the game and both Dotson and Burks have that.

Round 3, Pick 66:

Quay Walker, LB – Georgia

Walker is a freak at 6-3, 240 with the ability to run sideline to sideline. He was a major contributor on the National Championship Bulldogs in 2021 with great abilities. He needs to work on his instincts as he can be a step behind in processing, which is a good problem to have as a young player. Quay Walker to go along with Derrick Barnes and Jalen Reeves-Maybin changes a LB room that was a disaster under Matt Patricia.

Round 3, Pick 78 (via CLE):

Coby Bryant, CB – Cincinnati

Sauce Gardner gets the hype of the Cincy corners, but Coby Bryant is the underrated one. Bryant has great size for a corner at 6-1, 198 and has that “Mamba Mentality” similar to the man he was named after, Kobe Bryant. He is also an impressive athlete to go along with his quick feet and fluidity.

Round 3, Pick 97:

Kaleb Eleby, QB – Western Michigan

The future of the Lions won’t feature Jared Goff but the 2022 Class doesn’t possess that franchise QB some teams are looking for. Insert Kaleb Eleby at the end of Round 3 for Detroit to develop behind Goff. Eleby is a player with some upside. He has a strong arm and is naturally accurate with the Football. He can also improve a lot in his mechanics as Eleby can be inconsistent with his feet.

Round 5, Pick 177:

Ali Fayad, EDGE – Western Michigan

The Western Michigan to Lions pipeline continues with Ali Fayad. With Charles Harris hitting free agency, the Lions need some depth at the EDGE. He has some nice burst and plays with an extremely high motor. Fayad has work to do with his hands as he doesn’t possess many counters and he doesn’t have good arm length either.

Round 6, Pick 180:

Nasir Greer, DB – Wake Forest

Greer was hit with the injury bug in 2020 and 2021 but the abilities are there. Great speed and he played at both cornerback and safety. Versatility is key in Aaron Glenn’s scheme and that showed with Will Harris playing both safety and cornerback in 2021.

Round 6, Pick 218:

Marquan McCall, IDL – Kentucky

A behemoth of a man at 6-3, 380 pounds, McCall is your prototypical nose tackle that has surprising quickness. The biggest concern with McCall is his ineffectiveness on passing downs. At this point, he is strictly a run-stopping D-Lineman but luckily the value is there at the end of Round 6.

Round 7, Pick 232:

Derrick Deese Jr, TE – San Jose State

Deese is an in-line tight end with great blocking ability. The son of a former NFL O-Lineman, you can see why his blocking skills and toughness show up on tape. Deese is nice value in Round 7 as a blocking TE rather than looking to have someone be your next guy up after Hockenson.

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Michigan Defensive Coordinator: 5 Candidates to replace Mike MacDonald

Former Michigan defensive coordinator Mike MacDonald
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On Thursday, the Baltimore Ravens officially announced that Michigan Defensive Coordinator Mike MacDonald would be their new DC. After coming from Baltimore a year ago, MacDonald helped turn around a defense that ranked 95th in 2020 to 8th in 2021. Jim Harbaugh is again looking for someone new for the Michigan Defensive Coordinator position in the second straight year.

Michigan is one of the more lucrative destinations in College Football and should see no shortage of candidates at DC. We now take a look at those candidates below:

Tampa Bay Buccaneers ILB coach – Larry Foote

The former Michigan star has been with Tampa Bay since 2019 and done well at that post. When Al Washington left Michigan for Ohio State three years ago, Foote told Sam Webb of “when I come back to Ann Arbor it will be as head coach or defensive coordinator.” Now that position is open for someone like Foote to come back to Ann Arbor and stay for awhile. Foote would give Michigan another young coach who could be a very fierce recruiter, while also being a great coach.

Georgia Co-Defensive Coordinator & ILB coach – Glenn Schumann

Michigan faced Georgia in the Orange Bowl and got walloped 34-11. Glenn Schumann was a very big part of that as he coaches the ILB’s and helps in defensive game planning. There are no doubts about his ability to develop top tier talent: Nakobe Dean, Channing Tindall, Quay Walker, and Monty Rice just to name a few. His recruiting prowess is outstanding as his all-time commit list consists of many 5-star and high 4-star players. This is another candidate who is young and seems to connect really well with others.

Kentucky Defensive Coordinator & OLB Coach – Brad White

Current Michigan Co-DC and DB coach Steve Clinkscale worked with White at Kentucky so there is familiarity here. White has consistently coached really good defenses while being in the SEC and has been a decent recruiter. If Michigan wants to go with a more sure bet at DC, White is likely the best pathway. The ranks for Kentucky on defense under White goes as followed:

  • 14th in 2019
  • 45th in 2020
  • 26th in 2021

Detroit Lions Pass-Game Coordinator & DB coach – Aubrey Pleasant

Pleasant was born in Flint and coached at Michigan from 2011-2012. He also comes from the Wade Phillips coaching tree and would continue the 3-4 look that MacDonald implemented last year. Although he doesn’t have play-calling experience, he still possesses a lot of qualifications for a job like this one. He coached at Michigan, is from Flint, and has a history of developing great players at the highest level. Pleasant would be interesting due to the Wolverines already having a great DB coach in Clinkscale. Could this be a “too many cooks in the kitchen” situation? Maybe.

Ravens Run-Game Coordinator & DL Coach – Anthony Weaver

Weaver is a rising star in Football and after being passed up for DC in Baltimore, he may be interested in taking a DC job elsewhere if one arises. He has experience as a DC under Bill O’Brien and Romeo Crennel in 2020 with the Texans. This is a young, vibrant coach who has had glowing remarks from those around the league and would likely do a great job as a recruiter and teaching young guys and developing their game. With Mike Elston as the DL coach for Michigan, Weaver would likely come in and coach the EDGE players.

Other candidates were thought of such as Elijah Robinson from Texas A&M and Tem Lukabu from Boston College, but that would require a scheme change for a team ready to win now. Over the years, Harbaugh has done an outstanding job hiring assistants and that won’t likely stop now. MacDonald came out of nowhere last year for Michigan and it wouldn’t be a shock if something similar were to happen again.

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BREAKING: Deion Sanders flips #1 Overall Recruit to Jackson State

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After hours of rumors were circulating on social media this morning, it’s official. Travis Hunter, the #1 recruit in the nation, has flipped his commitment from Florida State to Jackson State. This unprecedented move has created a shockwave over all of college football, as we have never seen a prospect like Travis Hunter flip to an HBCU. This is a move that creates history for Hunter and all HBCU’s like Jackson State be able to get players of this caliber.

Who is Travis Hunter?

Hunter has been the #1 recruit in the nation for quite awhile now. A two-way player that projects to be a CB in college and beyond, he is an outstanding prospect.

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“A generational type of talent. Legitimately CB1 and WR1 for the class of 2022. Makes everything he does look extremely easy. Smooth. Explosive. Competitive. At times it seems like he’s almost a human cheat code as he’s always making the highlight reel play at the right time. Video game numbers during prep career (over 3,600 receiving yards, 46 touchdowns catches and 19 interceptions) make him seem even more godly. Hasn’t tested anywhere, but he’s one of those prospects that doesn’t need to run on the lasers to verify anything as his play speed trumps others.

Quick to read and react on the defensive side of the ball. Likes to bait quarterbacks into making poor decisions. Elite ball skills and ability to elevate over other players helps him take away throwing windows. Shifty footwork makes him difficult to cover when he’s on offense. Mixes gears well and is able to shake defensive backs with crisp little cuts. Not afraid to lay out or get his jersey dirty, either.

Will eventually need to add some body armor to a rather wiry frame that appears to be pushing 6-foot-1 as that will help him make stops in the ally or block out on the perimeter. Has the tools to be a difference maker the second he steps foot on the college campus of his choice. Viewed by most recruiters and scouts as cornerback longterm, but offensive coaches are likely going to be trying to get him some burn at wide receiver in situational packages. Should work his way onto the two-deep as a freshman and then blossom into an impact player and potential All-American. Will play on Sundays if there are no set backs and has a chance to be selected Day 1 of the NFL Draft if he keeps progressing.”

No matter what school Hunter attended, he was always going to make a name for himself. We are talking about a player who is elite on both sides and has drawn comparisons to Charles Woodson. Those type of comparisons aren’t just thrown around for everyone, and that’s why Hunter is such a special player.

What does this mean for Jackson State?

Everything. Not only does this impact Jackson State but this impacts HBCU’s as a whole. We’ve seen on the basketball side of things, high profile prospects such as Makur Maker, Mikey Williams, etc all entertain schools like Howard or North Carolina A&T. Now, Travis Hunter on the football side of things commit to an HBCU and actually following through with it. This is a player that’s committing to an HBCU, fulfilling his trust in a coach like Deion and trusting him to get him to the NFL.

In the end, this is an outstanding move for Hunter and should be applauded. We’ve seen athletes in the past not even consider HBCU’s due to their lack of popularity and so forth. Now, Hunter has given his commitment to Jackson State and given them and other HBCU’s the recognition they deserve.

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Detroit Lions Mock Draft 1.0

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The Lions suffered another gut-wrenching loss against the Browns yesterday. For the fourth straight season, the Detroit Lions will finish with a losing record. At 0-9-1, they are currently on pace for the first pick, so it’s time for a Detroit Lions Mock Draft.

Round 1 Pick 9 (via ATL): Garrett Wilson, WR – Ohio State

Detroit Lions receive: #9, #42, #63, #73, 2023 ATL 2nd
Atlanta Falcons receive: #1

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Surprise!! The Lions do a trade back here with the Falcons and take Garrett Wilson with the 9th pick. It may not be popular but the Lions are lacking in depth and need to gather as much talent as possible. A big struggle for the team this year is not having a WR1. Wilson solves that issue right away with his abilities as a route-runner, great hands, elite athleticism, etc.

Round 1 Pick 27: Devin Lloyd, LB – Utah

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Man oh man have the Lions had their fair share of struggles at the LB position over the past few years. Slow, un-athletic players who cannot cover to save their lives, it’s time for that to change. In comes Devin Lloyd, star Linebacker for the Utes who has been outstanding this season. A finalist for the Butkus award, Lloyd has put up some gaudy numbers this year: 6 sacks, 91 tackles, 21 TFL (!!!!), and 3 INT’s. Having him alongside Derrick Barnes in 2022 will be a breath of fresh air in terms of athleticism and coverage ability.

Round 2 Pick 33: David Ojabo, EDGE – Michigan

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If you want to talk about someone who has seen their draft stock rise the most, look no further than Ojabo. A non-starter last year, Ojabo has solidified himself as one of the best EDGE rushers in the country. Although he isn’t the best player in run defense, his pass-rush abilities should not be overlooked. The Lions aren’t getting much production from Trey Flowers and Charles Harris is on a one-year deal. Drafting an EDGE player should be high priority and Ojabo fills that void.

Round 2 Pick 42: Kenny Pickett, QB – Pittsburgh

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At this point, it feels like anyone is an upgrade over whoever the Lions are trotting out there at QB this year. Pickett comes into a situation where he can start right away. A year ago, Pickett wasn’t even on the radar as a prospect. Now, he has shot up draft boards with his outstanding season and has shown some really nice ability this year. With Wilson coming in and already having a strong OL, Pickett comes in and brings some much-needed excitement at the QB position.

Round 2 Pick 63: Derion Kendrick, CB – Georgia

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The Lions have some nice talent in their CB room. The only problem is that they can’t seem to stay healthy, which is an issue. Derion Kendrick ran into some off-field issues at Clemson and transferred to Georgia this past offseason. He has done an outstanding job not only off the field, but on the field. Kendrick had some first round buzz last year but decided to head back to school. Although we won’t see him in Round 1, he goes late in the second and provides instant help at the position.

Round 3 Pick 65: Jaquan Brisker, S – Penn State

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Detroit has an issue at the Safety spot opposite of Tracy Walker. Will Harris has not gotten the job done and everyone else is on a one-year contract. Brisker is a versatile, hard-hitting Safety who fits really well with Walker’s skillset. He is excellent in the box and near the slot in pass coverage.

Round 3 Pick 73: Zion Johnson, IOL – Boston College

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Detroit has had some shuffling early on in the season, but their OL seems to be set now with Decker back from injury. They clearly lack depth at some spots, especially on the Interior and go with a guy who has experience at both Guard and Tackle. Johnson is a strong lineman at the point of attack, and excels in the run game. With the Lions being a run-heavy team, this is a match made in heaven.

Round 3 Pick 98: Trey McBride, TE – Colorado State

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T.J. Hockenson is obviously TE1 on Detroit and Brock Wright has been a pleasant surprise as an outstanding run-blocker. There is still a need for another reliable pass-catcher and in comes Trey McBride. He’s another guy who has seen his stock rise pretty well and he provides exceptional blocking to go along with his receiving skills. Hockenson and McBride? Sign me up.

Round 6 Pick 176: Cory Durden, IDL – NC State

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You can never have too many big pass rushers on your DL. Durden transferred to NC State after four years with the Seminoles at Florida State. Not the greatest tackler but he can get to the QB really well and has some nice athletic traits to work with.

Round 6 Pick 180: Steven Gilmore, CB – Marshall

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Brother of star CB Stephon Gilmore, Steven is a nice Corner with great athletic traits. He has a track record of locking down opposing players, but he does lack size to be an outside corner in the NFL. Another potential depth piece at CB for the Lions who can play the slot and on the outside.

Round 7 Pick 218: Micah McFadden, LB – Indiana

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McFadden is an extremely underrated player in College Football. A solid 4-year player at Indiana, McFadden has done it all from covering opposing players, rushing the passer, etc. He isn’t the most athletic player but he’s extremely smart and knows where to be at all times.

Round 7 Pick 237: Jaylen Hall, WR – Western Michigan

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Hall is a solid WR with some good size and speed. His 50/50 ability is really good and would have a real shot at making the team in 2022. Hometown kid who has a high floor could be of real use to a team like the Lions who do not have much to work with in the WR room right now.

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MLB Free Agent Predictions

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The 2021 Major League Season has concluded with the Atlanta Braves winning their first title since 1995. Now, it’s time for all 30 teams to strategize and figure out their needs during a hectic offseason. Below are my top 25 MLB free agent predictions this offseason. 

  1. Carlos Correa – SS: There is not a better MLB Free Agent available on the market than Correa. He is in line for a huge payday that will likely lead him away from the Astros. As of last night, the Astros have offered him a five-year contract worth $160 Million. Aside from the Astros, other teams that are showing interest include the Rangers, Tigers, Twins, and Yankees.

    Prediction: Detroit Tigers sign Correa to 10 years, $310 Million

  2. Corey Seager – SS: This free agent class is the year of the Shortstops and Seager is next on that list. When healthy, he is another one of the premier Shortstops in Baseball but that’s his only issue – staying healthy. Still, for his production and impact on your team, he is most certainly worth the money.

    Prediction: New York Yankees sign Seager to 7 years, $240 Million

  3. Kris Bryant – 3B: There are no questions about it – the Giants will be aggressive this offseason and will try to re-sign Bryant. The issue is, they will not be the only ones aggressive in signing Bryant. He will be patient in the signing process but will have no shortage of suitors no matter how long he takes.

    Prediction: Texas Rangers sign Bryant to 7 years, $260 Million

  4. Trevor Story – SS: One of the more underrated Shortstops in the game, Story had another excellent year in Colorado. Story is from Irving, TX and all signs point towards the Rangers and Astros. With the Rangers predicted to get Bryant, it’ll be interesting to see if they sign Story as well.

    Prediction: Houston Astros sign Story to 6 years, $180 Million

  5. Max Scherzer – SP: In terms of length, Scherzer will not get the best deal due to his age but he will certainly get a nice AAV. Scherzer posted a sub-1.00 ERA down the stretch and proved to be a high-level player. Rumor is Mike Trout is convincing the Angels to go after Scherzer hard.

    Prediction: Los Angeles Angels sign Max Scherzer to 3 years, $120 Million

  6. Robbie Ray – SP: The likely Cy Young winner is on the market in Robbie Ray. He bounced back in a big way and almost helped lead Toronto to the playoffs. The Blue Jays will have some serious competition for Ray.

    Prediction: San Francisco Giants sign Robbie Ray to 5 years, $125 Million

  7. Freddie Freeman – 1B: The star of the World Champion Braves, this is one free agent staying home for sure. He deserves the big payday he is due and will most certainly receive that.

    Prediction: Atlanta Braves re-sign Freddie Freeman to 5 years, $130 Million

  8. Clayton Kershaw – SP: Dodgers didn’t extend a QO to Kershaw, but don’t worry he will be back in L.A.

    Prediction: Los Angeles Dodgers re-sign Clayton Kershaw to 2 years, $80 Million

  9. Marcus Semien – SS/2B: After a rough pandemic year, Semien bounced back big with 45 Homers in 2021. Semien’s ability to play both middle-infield spots and offensive prowess will be valuable to any team interested in him.

    Prediction: San Francisco Giants sign Marcus Semien to 5 years, $120 Million

  10. Kevin Gausman – SP: After struggling to start out his career, Gausman bounced back in a nice way for the Giants. He’s in the running for the NL Cy Young award which should reward him with a big payday.

    Prediction: Philadelphia Phillies sign Kevin Gausman to 4 years, $90 Million

  11. Marcus Stroman – SP: Stroman received a qualifying offer from the Mets and capitalized big time. His best year yet, Stroman should be a top priority for the Mets this offseason.

    Prediction: New York Mets re-sign Marcus Stroman to 4 years, $85 Million

  12. Javier Baez – SS/2B: Led the league in strikeouts but still had a nice slash line down the stretch in New York. Baez and Lindor would like to play together, and I think the Mets make that happen.

    Prediction: New York Mets re-sign Javier Baez to 4 years, $88 Million

  13. Nick Castellanos – OF/DH: Castellanos opted out of his remaining deal with the Reds in hopes of a big contract. His defense leaves a lot to desire but his bat is one of the best in the league, making him a better fit in the AL.

    Prediction: Texas Rangers sign Nick Castellanos to 4 years, $80 Million

  14. Starling Marte – OF: Started the season on the IL but ended up with a nice slash line and led the league in stolen bases. Despite his age, can still make a high-level impact on a contender.

    Prediction: Boston Red Sox sign Starling Marte to 3 years, $65 Million

  15. Noah Syndergaard – SP: He’s pitched two games in the past two seasons due to Tommy John surgery. There are questions surrounding his value but no doubts about his talent.

    Prediction: New York Mets re-sign Noah Syndergaard with Qualifying offer

  16. Kyle Schwarber – OF/1B/DH: Having one of his better seasons yet, Schwarber played himself to a multi-year deal. He is limited in terms of position, with his best fit being at DH. Maybe we see universal DH come into effect sometime in the near-future.

    Prediction: Philadelphia Phillies sign Kyle Schwarber to 3 years, $60 Million

  17. Carlos Rodon – SP: After being non-tendered last offseason, Rodon bounced back in a big way and pitched himself into the Cy Young conversation. Unfortunately, his injury history knocks him down his list as he dealt with arm fatigue down the stretch in 2021.

    Prediction: Chicago White Sox re-sign Carlos Rodon to 2 years, $34 Million

  18. Justin Verlander – SP: Recovered now from Tommy John Surgery, Verlander is ready to pitch after missing all of 2021. There will still be plenty of suitors looking to add the veteran righty to bolster their rotation.

    Prediction: Detroit Tigers sign Justin Verlander to 2 years, $40 Million

  19. Chris Taylor – UTIL: A very Ben Zobrist-like player, Taylor provides a ton of value as a Utility guy. He had an outstanding postseason once again and is in line to get nice contract for once.

    Prediction: Toronto Blue Jays sign Chris Taylor to 4 years, $52 Million

  20. Michael Conforto – OF: After a down 2021, it’ll be interesting to see what Conforto’s market will look like. Once rumored to be a $100+ Million player, Conforto’s value plummeted. He is still one of the better fielders in the Outfield and has a ton of talent in his bat.

    Prediction: New York Mets re-sign Michael Conforto with Qualifying offer

  21. Anthony Rizzo – 1B: Rizzo didn’t have his traditional year on Offense, but he still produced well enough and offers you consistency in his health. He wants to be back in Pinstripes next year, according to a family member close to him.

    Prediction: New York Yankees sign Anthony Rizzo to 2 years, $26 Million

  22. Brandon Belt – 1B: If Belt were to leave the Giants it would be a huge surprise.

    Prediction: San Francisco Giants re-sign Brandon Belt to 2 years, $24 Million

  23. Raisel Iglesias – RP: He’s been one of the better relievers in Baseball over the past couple years. The Angels could obviously use him and will want him back but Iglesias will have a lot of interest.

    Prediction: Seattle Mariners sign Raisel Iglesias to 3 years, $30 Million

  24. Kenley Jansen – RP/CL: Jansen bounced back in a big way in 2021 after struggling for a couple years. He is still one of the more dependable Closers in Baseball and will be a suitor for contenders around the league.

    Prediction: Los Angeles Angels sign Kenley Jansen to 2 years, $30 Million

  25. Jon Gray – SP: The Rockies didn’t extend a Qualifying offer to Gray, making him an immediate free agent. Gray has a lot of talent who was in a bad situation in Colorado. He won’t be costly so he will be sure to have a good bit of interest.

    Prediction: Washington Nationals sign Jon Gray to 3 years, $33 Million

Others who missed cut:

  • Nelson Cruz – DH: Seattle Mariners sign Nelson Cruz to 1 year, $11 Million
  • Eduardo Rodriguez – SP: Boston Red Sox re-sign Eduardo Rodriguez to 3 years, $27 Million
  • Eddie Rosario – UTIL: Atlanta Braves re-sign Eddie Rosario to 2 years, $14 Million
  • Kyle Seager – 3B: New York Yankees sign Kyle Seager to 2 years, $10 Million
  • Avisail Garcia – OF: Seattle Mariners sign Avisail Garcia to 2 years, $14 Million
  • Seiya Suzuki – OF: Chicago Cubs sign Seiya Suzuki to 2 years, $10 Million

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