Kurt Warner strong candidate for ‘MNF’ analyst role
There’s at least one Super Bowl-winning quarterback left in the running for the Monday Night Football analyst gig.
Kurt Warner has had multiple conversations with ESPN, and the Hall of Fame inductee remains among the narrowing list of candidates to replace Jon Gruden, a person with knowledge of the discussions told USA TODAY Sports. The person, granted anonymity because sensitive nature of talks, also said Warner is getting serious consideration for the job.
It was only her second NHL game, Lauren told me of Keelan, who already plays hockey herself. We wanted to take her to a playoff game.
And so, before the game, Andrew, Lauren and Keelan headed from their seats down toward the ice to get as close as they could.
Andrew, who didn’t want to take up space or block the kids’ view, stopped a few rows up and let Lauren accompany their daughter down to the glass. After a couple of minutes, the now-famous moment happened.
The Bengals addressed their needs at left tackle with the acquisition of Glenn last month, but McGlinchey could potentially be considered as an option at right tackle. While his teammate, Quenton Nelson, is the more highly regarded offensive line prospect, McGlinchey could very well end up as the first tackle to come off the board during the draft. He could still be available when the Bengals are scheduled to select at No. 21 overall.
However, just because a team hosts a player for a visit before the draft doesn’t necessarily mean they will end up selecting that player when they are on the clock either. Nevertheless, McGlinchey is one of only 30 pre-draft visits scheduled by the Bengals.
Yankees: Right-handed reliever Tommy Kahnle was placed on the 10-day DL with right shoulder tendinitis. RHP Luis Cessa got recalled from Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre but was removed in the eighth with a strained left oblique. He is scheduled for an MRI on Wednesday and will become the 13th player on New York’s 40-man roster to go on the DL this season. … Top prospect Gleyber Torres sat out for Scranton/Wilkes-Barre but could return to the Triple-A lineup Wednesday. The touted infielder, expected to be called up soon, left Monday night’s game with stiffness in the middle of his back. They don’t think it’s anything serious, Boone said.