Trevor Davis’ ill-timed joke has gotten him into a giant mess of trouble.
The Packers receiver was checking in for a flight Sunday at Los Angeles International Airport when he was asked the usual questions of if he was carrying any aerosol cans, knives, weapons or explosives.
According to a police report obtained by ESPN, Davis turned to a female companion and asked if she “remembered to pack the explosives.”
Red Sox: Cora said LHP Drew Pomeranz (strained left forearm flexor) was going to make a rehab start for Triple-A Pawtucket on Sunday and is planned to go five or six innings. Cora also said that it’s “most likely” that he’d return to the rotation if things went well.
The Red Sox have won 22 straight games when they give Porcello three or more runs. In his last 33 starts when they’ve scored three-plus, he’s 28-0 with a 3.26 ERA.
The last slam by a Red Sox player was by Dustin Pedroia on Sept. 24, 2016, on the road against the Rays when Porcello picked up his last victory of his AL Cy Young Award-winning 22-4 season.
King signed a five-year contract worth $16.5 million with Oakland in 2016 and had three years remaining on the deal, but Gruden’s decision to cut him saved the team $2.9 million in salary cap space.
King, 29, ranked sixth in the NFL on yards per punt (47.4) and tied for 15th for kicks inside the 20 (28) last season. He also posted a career-best 42.7-yard net average in 2017.
With those numbers, he likely won’t be out of work for long. On the same day he was released, at least one NFL the Vikings reached out to him, the St. Paul Pioneer Press reported, citing an unidentified source.
The Celtics took a 20-8 lead in the first quarter and nursed it through most of the game before a four-point play on a clear-path foul by Tatum, followed by a Prince 3-pointer, helped turn a 73-63 deficit into a one-point game.