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BTL Packers Podcast 3.5

Annnnnd we’re back for episode 3.5 of the BTL Packers Podcast! It has been a while since Kris, Tim and myself were last on but with the season winding down and our schedules opening up a bit, we just had to touch on the last 5 weeks that had the Packers running the table so far.

In this episode we discuss:

  • Our thoughts on both the short-term and long-term outlooks for Green Bay during their 4-game losing streak.
  • What did we think of Aaron Rodgers comments of “running the table”?
  • Main factor(s) of the recent 5-game winning streak.
  • Predictions for the Detroit game.
  • Playoff matchups.
  • Can Green Bay make a run to the NFCCG or Super Bowl.
  • Closing Topics: Devante Adams and Ha Ha making the leap? Is Jordy Nelson back, comeback player of the year? Is Randall Cobb worth the money he is making and more.

So enjoy the podcast, runs a little over an hour and ten minutes. We’ll be back in a week to recap Week 17 and look ahead to the playoffs.













BTL Week 7 NFL Picks

Editors note*****

Totally forgot to post this Saturday night. The picks are unchanged from Saturday (as you can see by my 6 misses so far). As for tonight’s pick, BRONCOS (+8) over Texans.


As each week that passes, my record against the spread slowly improves to the point of respectability. Last week I went 9-7 against the spread. I took a Jets-like beating in the early games, only to rebound and cover my last 8 games to finish on the right side of .500 for the second week in a row.

So for the 3rd week in a row, I will just be posting picks. The old format will be back when I have more time but for now, why mess up a good thing? (Casino reference)

Now I did miss on my Thursday Night pick (which usually isn’t a good sign for my upcoming picks), but I’ll chalk that up to my “everybody needs to be fired” mood that was consuming me in the days leading up to the Bears game. Nothing really changes for me on the Packers front with their 26-10 win over possibly the worst team in the league in Chicago. Be sure to check out our live cast we did for the game if you want more Packer thoughts. But for now, on to my picks.

(Pick in bold, home team in caps)

Last Week: 9-7 / To Date: 45-59 

Giants -2.5 over RAMS (London Game)

CHIEFS -6 over Saints

TITANS -3 over Colts

Vikings -3 over EAGLES

Browns +10.5 over BENGALS

LIONS -1.5 over Redskins

Raiders +1.5 over JAGUARS

BILLS -2.5 over Dolphins

Ravens +2 over JETS

Buccaneers over NINERS

Chargers +6 over FALCONS

Patriots -7 over STEELERS

Seahawks +1 over CARDINALS

BRONCOS +8 over Texans

BTL Week 6 NFL Picks

As I said last week, I couldn’t have gotten any worse! I returned to the right side of .500 with a 8-6 record against the spread last week. After 5 full weeks, I feel like we are getting to good sense of what teams are. The Patriots have returned to the ultimate reliable with “Tom Terrific” back as the signal caller. The Steelers seem to be a lock as well, just as long they stay out of their own way. The Vikings probably cap out the teams where, at this point, you know what you’re getting.

So I struggled out of the gate but I like what I’m getting this week. It is time to start stacking some major wins here so maybe, just maybe, The Rivera will ask me to be the junior version of “Cousin Sal Sure Thing”. If not, there’s always The Orleans door to knock on!

So last week I changed the format because I didn’t have enough time for commentary. And guess what?! We’re sticking with it!! On with the picks. What follows will be a complete visceral and gun to the head opinion. Bet at your caution 🙂

(Pick in bold, home team in caps)

Last Week: 8-6 / To Date: 36-51 

BILLS – 9 over Niners

Eagles -2.5 over REDSKINS

TITANS -7 over Browns

Ravens +3.5 over GIANTS

Panthers -3 over SAINTS

Jaguars +1.5 over BEARS

Rams +3 over LIONS

DOLPHINS +7 over Steelers

PATRIOTS +7.5 over Bengals

Chiefs -2.5 over RAIDERS

SEAHAWKS +6.5 over Falcons

PACKERS -4.5 over Cowboys

TEXANS -3 over Colts

CARDINALS -6.5 over Jets








BTL NFL Week 5 Picks

Last Week’s picks: 11-4

Overall record to date: 11-4

*TNF Pick: Colts 24 Texans 21 / IND +5

Chiefs @ Bears: Line KC -9

This could be our first, “loser leaves town” matchup of the NFL. A loss to either 1-3 team most likely eliminates any chance of playoff hopes. The Bears are a mess, a slightly better mess now that Jay Cutler has returned but none-the-less, they are not good. The Chiefs, I’m not ready to declare them that bad. Their 3 losses have come to Denver, Green Bay and Cincy. As of now, those are three of the top five teams in the league. The key for KC is to not get down early. Limit the exposure of Alex Smith in obvious passing downs and they should be fine. I think the Vegas line is too high but I’m still taking KC in this one.

Chiefs 24 Bears 20 / Bears +9

Seahawks @ Bengals: Line CIN -3

In what is probably the NFL game of the week, a lot of questions will be answered after this contest. Anybody still on the fence about the Andy Dalton hype train will have their answer if the “Red Rifle” is for real on Sunday. The Seahawks have regained their swagger after two cupcake games at home vs Jimmy Clausen and Matthew Stafford. Kam Chancellor is back and the Seattle defense is playing at “high level”, although the quality of offenses they played in the last two games leaves a little to be desired. The key to this game resides on both offensive lines. Dalton red hot start can be attributted to the stalwart blocking he’s been getting. The stagnant-pace of the Seattle offense can be traced directly to the lack-luster protection the Seahawks have given Russell Wilson. Vegas deems this game a toss up. I’m not ready to believe in Dalton just yet, he needs to prove it in this game. Take the points and Seattle.

Seahawks 23 Bengals 20 / Seahawks +3

Redskins @ Flacons: Line ATL -7

Washington is still very much in the hunt thanks to a terrible NFC East. After pulling out a win against the Eagles last weekend, they get a matchup with the NFL’s hottest offense. I stated last week that when Atlanta gets a chance to play downhill at home, they are as scary as any team in the league. We all know what Julio Jones can do, the man is unstoppable. But the emergence of Devonta Freeman has made this offense a complete monster. Now Washington’s defense is respectable, but unless they have 2012 RG III back there, the defense is going to spend too much time out on the field and the Redskins offense will not be able to keep up. I personally think the line is too low. Atlanta in a another blow out.

Falcons 34 Redskins 13 / Falcons -7

Jaguars @ Buccaneers: Line TB -2.5

At the bar I watch all my games at on Sundays, The Bench, there is always a game that is stuck on the back wall, in the corner, on the smallest tv. This will be on that tv, I can’t think of less riveting matchup in the NFL all year. This is probably the toughest game to predict all week because I can’t trust either QB to play well. These teams are what they are, squeaked out a win against the terrible team they played and got man-handled by the good teams. I’ll give the nod to the home team, Jameis could flash that first round potential that Blake Bortles might not have. Bucs in a snooze-fest.

Buccaneers 23 Jaguars 20 / TB -2.5

Saints @ Eagles: Line: PHI -5

This could be another “loser leaves town” match but 8 wins could very well win the NFC East. Chip Kelly offense leads the league in most 3 and outs and is worst in time of possession. Not very good for the so called genius. Drew Brees returned last week and edged the Cowboys in OT but the results were clear, Brees can not push the ball down field. The Saints have always been a different team on the road. And for a little bit last week, Sam Bradford looked like the QB we saw in the pre-season. At some time, someone other than Jordan Matthews has to step up in the Philly receiving game. Look for Nelson Agholor to finally shake off the rookie-slump. And look for the “Mad King’s” defense to stack the box against Brees and dare him to beat them deep. I’m taking Philly.

Eagles 27 Saints 20 / PHI -5

Browns @ Ravens: Line BAL -6.5

The Ravens saved their season last week, they are perhaps the best 1-3 team in the league. The Browns played their hearts out against the Chargers and Josh McCown impressed with a great performance on the road. Unfortunately, he was let down by his defense and special teams. Justin Forsett showed major signs of life last week in cracking the century mark for the first time this year. In a divisional matchup, scores usually tend to be closer than they should. Regardless, I don’t see this Ravens team wasting an opportunity to start stacking wins after digging themselves a 0-3 hole. Ravens take care of business at home. As far as the Vegas line goes, grab the Browns and the points in this divisional matchup.

Ravens 24 Browns 20 / CLE +6.5

Bills @ Titans: Line BUF -2.5

The Bills losing to the Giants at home was one of my 4 misses last week. I put my faith in Tyrod, Rex and the Orchard Park home field advantage, but I didn’t see the 17 penalities for over 100 yards coming. I still have faith in Buffalo, just not as much as last week. The Titans are coming off a bye week, at 1-3, if they have any hopes of competing in the AFC South, they need to take care of business at home. Which leads into my main x-factor, Rex Ryan’s defensive scheme vs rookie Marcus Mariota. The Oregon product has gotten off to a good start, take out that first game though, the stats start to look a little pedestrian. I just think that Rex’s schemes will keep Mariota under constant pressure, the Titans will put up a fight but in the end, but it won’t be enough.

Bills 27 Titans 20 / BUF -2.5

Rams @ Packers: Line GB -9

The Rams shocked a lot of people with their road win vs the Cardinals. While I wasn’t too surprised that the Rams won, I was taken back by the performance of rookie Todd Gurley in the 2nd half. Gurley ran through, over and around a very good Cardinals defense. If this just the first taste of what Todd Gurley can do, then we have to start taking the Rams very seriously. The Packers came away with a gritty, hard-fought 17-3 win against the 49ers. Now while it wasn’t the blow out that many predicted, the way in which the Packers won has to inspire confidence. The Packers defense has been stout against the run and swarming in their pursuit of the QB. They rank tied for 2nd in the league in sacks so far with 17. Through 4 games this year, the Packers boast a top 10 defensive unit. Aaron Rodgers continues to play clean turnover-free football, and while the offense only put up 17 points, the game was always in their control. The Rams have an elite pass rush and the look of a bourgeoning elite RB, those two commodities will travel anywhere. But this game will be in Lambeau Field. A place where the Packers have won 10 straight, Rodgers has not thrown an interception there since 2012 and the offense plays at another level than on the road. The Rams will give the Packers a contest, but look for Rodgers and co. to pull away in the 2nd half.

Packers 27 Rams 17 / GB -9

Cardinals @ Lions: Line AZ -3

Both teams received tough losses last week, only the Lions can blame the zebras on theirs, Arizona has only themselves to blame. The Cardinals are not infallible, that much was certain last week, but I find it hard to believe they will turn in two clunkers in a row. As for the Lions, they just can’t seem to get out of their own way. They are not as bad as their 0-4 record would indicate, but not much better either. The Stafford-led offense cannot seem to find a rhythm. The defense is doing better than i expected after the loss of both Fairley and Suh. But Detriot cannot seem to close out games. I look for the Cardinals to bounce back in a big way this week. It could get ugly, and if it does, Jim Caldwell’s job is not too far from Joe Philbin waters.

Cardinals 30 Lions 20 / AZ -3

Patriots @ Cowboys: Line NE -8.5

The grim reality is starting to set in for the Cowboys as their injuries mount, this season may just be lost. And it is unfortunate, with a healthy Dez and Romo, the Cowboys would probably be favorites in this game. Now, that Vegas line couldn’t be high enough. Jason Garrett’s Cowboys face a red hot Pats team fresh off a bye week. I just can’t see any way the Cowboys can keep within 2 touchdowns of the Patriots. Their pass defense is not that good, they will have no answer for Gronk and Tom Brady owns the Cowboys. I wish i could say more but this one will be a blow out.

Patriots 42 Cowboys 20 / NE -8.5

Broncos @ Raiders: Line DEN -4.5

There is no question who has the best defense in the NFL so far, its Denver and it is not really close. Boasting the best duo of edge rushers in the league, and both top 5 in rush and pass defense, Peyton Manning finally has a legit defense. Only one problem, Manning’s arm is fading faster than the Eagles playoff hopes. After being Denver’s lynch-pin for so long, the Broncos are hoping for just league-average QB play from Manning and relying on their defense to finish the rest. And so far it has worked out. The Raiders disappointed a some people last week who thought for sure they’d get on the right side of .500. Derek Carr did not have the breakout game many of us thought he would. This game will be at home but I find it hard to believe he will have much success against the leagues top defensive unit. The only hope is that Manning throws the game away, like he almost did last week when he let the Vikings back into the game. I’m still taking the Broncos but expect the Raiders to make this game more frisky than it should be.

Broncos 23 Raiders 20 / OAK +4.5

49ers @ Giants: Line NYG -7

I think Bill Simmons summed it up perfectly about 49ers QB Colin Kaepernick. The 49ers defense put up a good fight last week vs Aaron Rodgers. But Kaepernick was just plain terrible. The QB we saw run through the 2012 playoffs is long gone. He was bouncing easy throws, reluctant to take chances downfield despite clear man to man with little safety help over the top. If the Niners get down early in this game, expect more of the same from CK7. As for the Giants, they look to have taken control of the dumpster fire that is the NFC East. The defense looks to be better than anyone gave them credit for and Eli is playing well, despite Odell Beckham Jr. being just average so far. I don’t want to fully get on board with the Giants just yet, but it might be time to do so. They could be easily 4-0. No one has played Atlanta as well as they did. And Odell has to breakout at some point right? After watching Kaepernick last week, I don’t see the 49ers coming to play on the road. The Giants win comfortably here.

Giants 30 49ers 20 / NYG -7

Steelers @ Chargers: Line SD -3

The Chargers are getting Antonio Gates back this week, the Steelers can’t say the same about Ben Roethlisberger, he’s at least about 3 weeks away. Michael Vick did not look good last week against the Ravens. Of course he isn’t their biggest problem, the kicker situation has been the Steelers Achilles Heel so far. The Chargers have been about as unpredictable as any team this season. They have looked terrible on the road and only slightly better at home. Vegas seems to think the same, the -3 line basically says this is a toss up. I don’t really have a great feel for this game yet. If you’re betting, stay away. Gun to my head, I’m going with the Chargers to continue there home roll.

Chargers 27 Steelers 24 / SD -3

-Mike Visconti

BTL NFL Week 4 Picks

*Editors Note- This does not include the Thursday game between Baltimore and Pittsburg.

Jets vs Dolphins (In London) – Line EVEN

Ah, the crème de la crème of what the NFL offers our friends across the pond. The London game has been notorious to lack the top-level play that us Yanks are use to. Blame the travel, foreign environment or sometimes-shoddy field conditions. This game is usually an outlier from the norm. Joe Philbin’s Dolphins look like they are about to quit on him after their slow start. The Jets at least know who they are defensively. In a game that is historically low scoring, I’m going with Todd Bowles Jets to hold on and get to an impressive 3-1 start and keep the pressure on the Evil Empire Patriots in the AFC East.

Jets- 17 Dolphins- 10



Jaguars @ Colts – Line IND -9.5

The Colts barely extended their 14 game winning streak against “the worst pro sports division of the last 5 years” AFC South last week by edging Tennessee. After a sloppy start for Indy, this tilt with a hapless Jags team would seem to be what the doctor ordered. But as I write this, Andrew Luck is legitimately questionable to start on Sunday. If Luck is out, Colts lose. But even if he starts, the betting line looks to be still too high. I see another struggle for the supposed Super Bowl bound Colts. Luck does just enough to edge Jacksonville at home. But I’d be worried Colts fans, really worried.

Colts- 23 Jaguars-20


Giants @ Bills – Line BUF -5.5

One team should be for real and the other is for real. The G-Men easily could be 3-0 but the familiar Jekyll and Hyde routine has struck in the 4th quarter twice so far this year. As for the Bills, if they faced anyone in the AFC outside of New England in Week 2, they’d be 3-0. A couple of things are starting to become quite clear. Rex Ryan is a good coach, Tyrod Taylor is Russell Wilson-lite and Orchard Park is becoming a great home field advantage. Add all those things up and I’m taking the Bills. Tom Coughlin seems to be losing his voice with the team, it eventually happens to every long tenured coach. The Bills have that look and the Giants are not the team to stop them at home.

Bills- 24 Giants 20


Panthers @ Buccaneers – Line CAR -3

The end of Week 4 marks the end of the seasons 1st quarter. Usually gives us a good idea of what a team is. We know what the Bucs are; just look at their quarterback, up and down. And that is going to be expected. Jameis will look terrible but he will also flash promise. Usually those great performances happen at home. With a Panthers team looks to be without the heart of their defense, Luke Kuechly, taking the Bucs at home is defensible. But I usually err on the better QB and right now, Cam Newton is turning back the clock to 2013. Look for Cam to expose the Bucs LBs in coverage with Greg Olsen. The Panthers go undefeated in the seasons 1st quarter.

Panthers- 27 Buccaneers- 17


Eagles @ Redskins – Line PHI -3

This one is the ultimate toss up. Both teams have question marks all over their first 3 games. Both starting QBs are unknowns at this point. So are the RBs. Philly is favored by 3 because they have the more talented team, but I am still skeptical of “The Mad King” (Chip Kelly). The Redskins defense appears to be above average and the run game is legit if they choose the right RB with the hot hand. Kirk Cousins on the other hand is terrible and sometimes that can be too much to overcome. I’m taking Philly in this one, they are just more talented than Washington and I expect Chip’s mad genius to at least show a little life on Sunday.

Eagles- 28 Redskins- 20


Raiders @ Bears – Line OAK -3

With the Bears in fire-sale mode and riddled with injuries, this one seems like the lock of the week, even with the young Raiders traveling to Chicago. Everyone from Matt Forte to Alshon Jeffery is on the block and Jimmy Clausen might be the worst QB in the league. As bad as the Bears are, more should be said about the young core Oakland is quietly building. The defensive foundation is there and Mack is the real deal. Derek Carr looks to making the jump and it doesn’t hurt to have a talent like Amari Cooper on the outside. Oakland may very be turning the corner, just as Chicago looks poised for some tumultuous rebuilding years.

Raiders- 30 Bears- 14


Texans @ Falcons – Line ATL -6.5

The “Best WR in the NFL” championship belt is now squarely in Julio Jones’ possession. He is on pace for one of the greatest receiving seasons of all-time. Through 3 weeks, no one has an answer for him, and I don’t think there is one. While Atlanta has its flaws, Houston is not the team to exploit them. If Arian Foster makes it back from injury this week, expect them to hang with the Falcons but the Texans don’t have anyone who can match the firepower of the Matt Ryan-Julio Jones connection. When the Falcons play down hill, especially at home, they are as scary as any team in the NFL.

Falcons- 34 Texans- 20


Chiefs @ Bengals – Line CIN -4

Is Andy Dalton for real? Is he ready to make the next jump? Are the Bengals legit? Are we sure the Chiefs are bad? A lot of questions that will get a little more clear after Week 4. The Bengals are rolling; Andy Dalton looks like a top 5 QB this season so far. His magic with A.J. Green has never been better and they get to face a Chiefs team that just got blasted on MNF. But are we sure KC is that bad? How come the Vegas Line is only -4. They are saying the Bengals are only 1 point better than the Chiefs. While I don’t think the Chiefs are as bad as their record (2 losses to two top 5 NFL teams, DEN & GB), the snail-pace of the down field passing offense has me worried if Dalton & Co. get it going early. And after the performance of KC’s secondary last Monday, nothing short of a 2007-esque Giants pass rush will save the Chiefs. The Red Rifle improves to 4-0.

Bengals- 27 Chiefs-20


Browns @ Chargers – Line SD -7

After two road losses the Chargers look to bounce back and get to .500. The Browns don’t look any better and to make matters worse, there seems to be a locker room divided on who should start at QB. One thing is for certain, the Browns defense looks to have more leaks than the NFL during a scandal, especially against the run. I expect Melvin Gordon to finally have his “welcome to the NFL” moment and Keenan Allen to keep doing Keenan Allen things. Chargers roll comfortably at home.

Chargers- 28 Browns- 17


Rams @ Cardinals – Line AZ -7

The Cardinals have that look. The Chiefs had it at the start of 2013. Strong attacking defense and a veteran QB making all the right decisions, and it has led them to statistically, the most impressive 3-0 start But beware the divisional game, they are never as cut and dry as you would think. St. Louis has in my opinion, the best front 7 the NFL has to offer and Aaron Donald is J.J. Watt-Jr. They took down the NFC 2014 Champ Seattle in Week 1…. but since then, a lot of sloppiness, especially on the offensive end. Nick Foles is still finding his way, Gurley looks to be a few weeks away from turning it on and the WRs are basically non-existent for STL. The Cards on the other-hand, know exactly who they are despite a rash of injuries to there RB position. Larry Fitzgerald is having a renaissance season and Carson Palmer is turning back the clock to 2005. The Rams only chance is for the defensive-line to take over this game and the offense to play mistake free football. Unfortunately the latter is not going to happen. Cards win this one in the desert.

Cardinals- 24 Rams-20


Vikings @ Broncos – Line Broncos -7

Probably the best game on Sunday, as these are two legit playoff teams. Both get it done on the defensive side of the ball. Aside from what now seems like a fluke loss to SF in Week 1, the Vikings look the part, except for Teddy Bridgwater. He seems stuck in game-manager mode; and that’s all fine and dandy when playing at home against .500 level opponents, different story when you face Peyton in Denver. Now this isn’t the high-octane offense we’ve grown accustom to in years past, points for Peyton have come at a premium this year. But that defense is stout and when you mix that with a young QB still finding his way on the road, I give the nod to Denver. It will take a herculean-effort from Adrian Peterson to win this game, and that could happen. I see Teddy making that big mistake, and Peyton does not.

Broncos- 20 Vikings- 17


Packers @ Niners – Line GB -8

A lot of the media are predicting a Packers blow out. And I don’t blame them, Aaron Rodgers is Superman with a #12 on his chest and the Niners are coming off their worst loss since the pre-Harbaugh era. But a couple things to keep in mind, Kaepernick has owned the Packers since 2012, 3 straight wins. Despite a Week 2 win over the Seahawks, Dom Capers still hasn’t found a way to contain the read option, Russell Wilson had 76 yards rushing in the loss. And the Packers are a vastly different team away from Lambeau Field. Last year they went 4-4 with head scratching losses to Detroit, New Orleans and Buffalo. The Niners cannot be expected to play as terrible as they did two weeks in a row can they? With all that taken into account, the Niners pass defense will not figure it out overnight, and not against Aaron Rodgers, who looks to be at the heights of his powers. No Jordy Nelson, no Eddie Lacy, no Devante Adams. No problem. I picked the Packers to lose this game on the BTL Packers Podcast last week. I still think it’ll be far tougher than most media pundits are predicting but in the end, I see Green Bay continue their “Vengeance Tour”.

Packers- 31 Niners- 24


Cowboys @ Saints – Line NO -3

For second there NBC executives were soured by the thought of the riveting matchup of Brandon Weeden vs Luke McCown on SNF. Luckily, at least Drew Brees will make this tilt watchable. We saw last week what 60 minutes of Brandon Weeden was like, and to be truthful, not that bad. We also saw the Dallas D finally exposed against a legit NFL offense (sorry Chip Kelly, you don’t count yet). Can Drew Brees attack Dallas in the same way? Will he be healthy enough to do so? A lot remains to be seen. The Dallas running game travels anywhere and is the perfect game plan to neutralize a rowdy New Orleans crowd. But will Brandon Weeden still be decent for 60 minutes of football, I don’t think so, I’m taking the Saints to finally get off the snide.

Saints- 28 Cowboys- 24


Lions @ Seahawks – Line SEA -9.5

Kam Chancellor is back, and show is the Legion of Boom, so far. Going against the hopeless Jimmy Clausen lead Bears was hardly a challenge. And now Seattle gets another salivating matchup in turnover-prone Matthew Stafford. Given the state that the Lions have looked like over the first 3 weeks of the season, this is another lock. They don’t come easier than this, especially when Seattle gets to play at home. That Vegas betting line isn’t high enough. Seahawks roll and begin to get there mojo back.

Seahawks- 34 Lions- 13


BTL: Packers Podcast 2.1

GREEN BAY, WI - SEPTEMBER 20: (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images)

GREEN BAY, WI – SEPTEMBER 20: (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images)

We are back!

Here is the inaugrual Packers Podcast of the 2015 Season. In this episode, Kris, Tim and myself dish on the first two games of the 2015 Season. We talk about the Packers fast start, finally beating the Seahawks and look ahead to the Packers next four games.

And as always. We appreciate our comments and likes!


Tuesday Morning Quick Hits

Here’s the early news from around the NFL on Tuesday.

Seattle’s Michael Bennett is seeking a trade to Atlanta and a new contract

Per: Multiple sources including Dan Quinn


Greg Hardy is visiting Dallas today. No word on a contract being offered just yet but both sides have a strong mutual interest.


And Trent Richardson signs the dotted line with Oakland today. The former Colt inks a deal 2/$3.9million deal.


We’ll keep you updated throughout the day on all news.