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Former first-round Buccaneers quarterback Josh Freeman Alexander Kerfoot Jersey , who at only 30 is still younger than many of the NFL’s current starters, has retired amid a comeback attempt in Canada.

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Less than three weeks ago, Freeman’s return to football provided an unexpected offseason feel-good story. The guy who once had a 4,000-yard season was giving it another go, more than two years after his last NFL action.

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Freeman’s quick exit from Canada is a reminder that the CFL features great athletes and significant competition. Former CFL and NFL quarterback Doug Flutie, who arguably was the greatest CFL player of all time, recently explained during a visit to PFT Live the challenges presented by playing in Canada.

It’s important to keep this in mind at a time when many are assuming that Johnny Manziel’s ascension to the starting quarterback job with the Hamilton Tiger-Cats will be simple or automatic.

Authorities say Arizona Coyotes forward Richard Panik has been arrested for trespassing for refusing to leave the entrance of a bar.

Scottsdale police say the 27-year-old Panik was arrested at the Bevvy the night of April 8, the day after the Coyotes’ season ended.

Police say Panik appeared to be intoxicated during his contact with officers.

He was booked into the Scottsdale City Jail and later released on a criminal citation.

In a statement Tuesday Gabriel Landeskog Jersey Kids , Coyotes officials said they’re aware of the incident and still gathering information on it.

Panik, who had 22 goals and 22 assists for Chicago in the 2016-17 season, was traded to Arizona in January after getting six goals and 10 assists in 37 games.

He had eight goals and 11 assists in 35 games for the Coyotes.




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