May 27, 2020
By Al Ortiz
It seems as if the Jamal Adams rumor train is slowing firing up the coals. The New York Jets safety and his current team are reportedly at a contract stalemate, which has the team somewhat open for trading partners. The Jets have also reportedly set their asking price, a first rounder and a third rounder, for the talented defensive back. It has been well-documented that the Dallas Cowboys have shown interest in Adams before, allegedly trying to obtain him in a trade before the 2019 season deadline. As of right now, though, Jane Slater of the NFL Network has reported that the Cowboys are not interested in Adams at this time.
The Houston Astros are getting ready for a potential season, according to ABC Houston. The 'Stros have now officially opened Minute Maid Park to players for individual workouts. As previously reported, some players had been in the stadium for injury rehabilitation, but now it's all fair game as players get ready for some baseball action. No word on an official timeline for the start of the MLB season.
The NBA is currently in talks with the Walt Disney Company to restart the season at the ESPN World of Sports Complex. Disney, which owns ESPN, would offer the area as an NBA campus for all teams to play out the remainder of the NBA season that was interrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic. According to Dallas Mavericks Owner Mark Cuban, as cited by the Dallas Morning News, coronavirus testing capacity is the only thing holding up the plan from coming to fruition.