Cornelius Lucas visits Chiefs
The Chiefs may be in the market for some veteran depth on the offensive line.
Field Yates of ESPN reports that the team had free agent tackle Cornelius Lucas in for a visit.
Lucas, who played his college ball nearby at Kansas State, entered the NFL as an undrafted rookie with the Lions in 2014. He played 35 games over three years in Detroit and moved on to the Rams after failing to make the Lions out of camp last year. Lucas saw his only action of the year in Week 17 when he started while Los Angeles was resting first-stringers for the postseason.
In the locker room postgame, with George in the back receiving treatment for a hip contusion, Anthony was ready first but asked Westbrook if he wanted him to wait until Westbrook was dressed so they could go to the interview room together. Westbrook told Anthony yes and hurried up putting on his outfit, assisted by the fact he wasn’t wearing a shirt underneath his designer gray suit. A few questions in, they were asked about Playoff P.
That’s his name? That’s his new name? I’m gonna let Russ answer that one. Playoff P, Anthony said, looking at Westbrook who shrugged in an I don’t know, man way.
He told me, ‘If I can be LeBron James in Cleveland and turn that program around and win the Super Bowl, it would be the best thing I’ve done in my life,’ she said. Who thinks like that? Nobody wants to go to the Browns, and here he is saying: ‘I want a statue. I want to be that image for Cleveland.’
The Browns own the first and fourth overall selections in this year’s draft, which kicks off April 26 at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas.
Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reported last month that Barkley was firmly in the mix at No. 1 after his terrific showing at the NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis.
Red Sox: Betts was in Boston’s lineup for the first time since Saturday, when he injured his foot in a home plate collision. He sat out Sunday, and the Red Sox were rained out Monday.
Angels: RHP Matt Shoemaker said his injured right forearm feels considerably better after some rest, but he still hasn’t been cleared to throw. He missed several months last season due to a compressed nerve in the same forearm, and he hasn’t pitched since March 31 this season.