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Graham reaches a deal with the Saints.

Graham reaches a 4-year deal with the Saints

The New Orleans Saints won't have to worry about Jimmy Graham holding out any longer as they reached a 4-year deal with the star tight end worth $40 million. Graham led all tight ends in receptions, receiving yards, and touchdowns this past season while leading the Saints to an 11-win season.

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 On this day in sports history 

On this day in 1941, The longest hitting streak in MLB history ended at 56 consecutive games when Joe DiMaggio was held hitless by the Cleveland Indians. His streak began on May 15th, 1941.

NBA Free Agency Central 

Davis agrees to a 2-year contract extension.

The Los Angeles Lakers and free agent forward Ed Davis have reportedly agreed to a 2-year/$2 million deal.

Stuckey signs with Indiana.

Veteran shooting guard Rodney Stuckey has agreed to a 1-year deal with the Indiana Pacers. Stuckey has previously spent his entire 7-year career with the Pistons. 

Blair heading to the Wizards.

Washington has acquired forward DeJuan Blair in a sign-and-trade deal from the Mavericks in exchange for the rights to 2009 2nd round pick Emir Preldzic.

Tolliver signs with Phoenix.

Phoenix have added a little more depth to their team by signing veteran power forward Anthony Tolliver to a 2-year/$6 million contract. 

 Top 3 NBA Free Agents available by position 

Top 3 point guards:

3. Ramon Sessions - Old Team: Milwaukee - Teams Interested: Chicago, Charlotte, and Miami

2. Jameer Nelson - Old Team: Orlando - Teams Interested: New Orleans and Miami

1. Eric Bledsoe - Old Team: Phoenix - Teams Interested: Phoenix, Dallas, and LA Lakers

Top 3 Shooting Guards:

3. Evan Turner - Old Team: Indiana - Teams Interested: Boston and Minnesota

2. Jordan Crawford - Old Team: LA Clippers - Teams Interested: Chicago and New York

1. Ray Allen - Old Team: Miami - Teams Interested: Miami and Oklahoma City

Top 3 Small Forwards:

3. Xavier Henry - Old Team: LA Lakers - Teams Interested: Indiana, Chicago, and Los Angeles Lakers

2. Al-Farouq Aminu - Old Team: New Orleans - Teams Interested: Dallas and Cleveland

1. Shawn Marion - Old Team: Dallas - Teams Interested: Memphis and Los Angeles Lakers

Top 3 Power Forwards:

3. Elton Brand - Old Team: Atlanta - Teams Interested: Atlanta and New York

2. Andray Blatche - Old Team: Brooklyn - Teams Interested: Toronto and Brooklyn

1. Greg Monroe - Old Team: Detroit - Teams Interested: Atlanta, Portland, Orlando, and Cleveland

Top 3 Centers:

3. Emeka Okafor - Old Team: Phoenix - Teams Interested: Cleveland and New Orleans

2. Jermaine O'Neal - Old Team: Golden State - Teams Interested: Portland and Golden State

1. Andrew Bynum - Old Team: Indiana - Teams Interested: New York and LA Lakers

10 NHL Teams with the most available money to spend in free agency 

1. Philadelphia 76ers- Cap Space: $31,723,870

2. Miami Heat - Cap Space: $23,610,976

3. Phoenix Suns - Cap Space: $22,881,489

4. Chicago Bulls - Cap Space: $16,861,408

5. Los Angeles Lakers - Cap Space: $16,661,508

6. Orlando Magic - Cap Space: $15,676,285

7. Atlanta Hawks - Cap Space: $14,648,942

8. Utah Jazz - Cap Space: $13,542,065

9. Detroit Pistons - Cap Space: $11,651,770

10. Milwaukee Bucks - Cap Space: $11,243,035  

NHL Free Agency Central 

Ennis re-signs with Buffalo.

Breaking News: The Buffalo Sabres have re-signed forward Tyler Ennis to a 5-year/$23 million deal. Ennis led the Sabres with 21 goals last season.

Butler signs with the Blues.

Defenseman Chris Butler has agreed to terms on a 1-year contract with the St. Louis Blues after scoring 16 points in 82 games for the Flames last season.

Updated Top 10 NHL Free Agents still available 

1. Daniel Alfredsson - Right Wing - Old Team: Detroit - 2013 Stats: 18 goals and 31 assists

2. Michael Del Zotto - Defence - Old Team: Nashville - 2013 Stats: 3 goals and 13 assists

3. Lee Stempniak - Right Wing - Old Team: Pittsburgh - 2013 Stats: 12 goals and 22 assists

4. Tomas Vokoun - Goaltender - Old Team: Pittsburgh - 2013 Stats: 13-4 record and 2.45 GAA

5. Martin Brodeur - Goaltender - Old Team: New Jersey - 2013 Stats: 19-14-6 record and 2.51 GAA

6. Devin Setoguchi - Right Wing - Old Team: Winnipeg - 2013 Stats: 11 goals and 16 assists

7. Andre Benoit - Defence - Old Team: Colorado - 2013 Stats: 7 goals and 21 assists

8. Daniel Winnik - Right Wing - Old Team: Anaheim - 2013 Stats: 6 goals and 24 assists

9. Saku Koivu - Center - Old Team: Anaheim - 2013 Stats: 11 goals and 18 assists

10. Dustin Penner - Left Wing - Old Team: Washington - 2013 Stats: 14 goals and 21 assists 

 10 NHL Teams with the most available money to spend in free agency

1. Calgary Flames - Cap Space: $18,563,333

2. Columbus Blue Jackets - Cap Space: $16,899,525

3. Ottawa Senators - Cap Space: $15,728,333

4. Montreal Canadiens - Cap Space: $14,551,667

5. Winnipeg Jets - Cap Space: $14,157,976

6. Anaheim Ducks - Cap Space: $13,548,332

7. New York Rangers - Cap Space: $13,207,500

8. Toronto Maple Leafs - Cap Space: $13,042,500

9. New York Islanders - Cap Space: $12,939,483

10. Nashville Predators - Cap Space: $12,887,856 

Big Time Sports poll question of the day 

What should Eric Bledsoe do in free agency?



5 highest paid players by sport based on their average salaries 

Highest average salaries in the NFL

1. Aaron Rodgers - Quarterback - Green Bay Packers - Average salary: $22 million

2. Matt Ryan - Quarterback - Atlanta Falcons - Average salary: $20.75 million

3. Joe Flacco - Quarterback - Baltimore Ravens - Average salary: $20.1 million

4. Drew Brees - Quarterback - New Orleans Saints - Average salary: $20 million

5. Peyton Manning - Quarterback - Denver Broncos - Average salary: $19.2 million

Highest average salaries in the NBA

1. Kobe Bryant - Shooting Guard - Los Angeles Lakers - Average salary: $27,849,149

2. Dwight Howard - Center - Houston Rockets - Average salary: $21,897,818

3. Chris Paul - Point Guard - Los Angeles Clippers - Average salary: $21,468,696

4. Carmelo Anthony - Small Forward - New York Knicks - Average salary: $21,388,954

5. Joe Johnson - Shooting Guard - Brooklyn Nets - Average salary: $20,609,682

Highest average salaries in the MLB

1. Clayton Kershaw - Starting Pitcher - Los Angeles Dodgers - Average salary: $30,714,286

2. Justin Verlander - Starting Pitcher - Detroit Tigers - Average salary: $25,714,286

3. Matt Cain - Starting Pitcher - San Francisco Giants - Average salary: $25.5 million

T-4. Josh Hamilton - Right Fielder - Los Angeles Angels - Average salary: $25 million

T-4. Felix Hernandez - Starting Pitcher - Seattle Mariners - Average salary: $25 million

T-4. Ryan Howard - 1st Basemen - Philadelphia Phillies - Average salary: $25 million

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