Ravens sign Domata Peko — ProFootballTalk

The Ravens have had a busy day. They already signed one free agent defensive tackle, coming to terms with Justin Ellis. They placed rookie defensive tackle Daylon Mack on injured reserve with a knee injury. Their other roster move, cutting returner Cyrus Jones, left them with 52 players on their roster. Michael Pierce‘s ankle injury…

Ravens sign Domata Peko — ProFootballTalk

Baker Mayfield wants crowd to be quiet when he has ball — ProFootballTalk

They’ve been playing football in Cleveland since 1946. Baker Mayfield, who was born in 1995, would like to tell the people there how to watch it right. Via Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer, the Browns quarterback said he’d prefer it if fans didn’t make themselves heard when he’s on the field, citing…

Baker Mayfield wants crowd to be quiet when he has ball — ProFootballTalk

Colin Kaepernick to hold workout for NFL teams — ProFootballTalk

Long gone and on the verge of becoming entirely forgotten, free-agent quarterback Colin Kaepernick will conduct this weekend what could be a last-ditch effort to get the NFL’s attention. Adam Schefter of ESPN reports that Kapernick will hold a private workout in Atlanta. The Saturday session will include on-field work and an interview. All clubs…

Colin Kaepernick to hold workout for NFL teams — ProFootballTalk


RANDAL GRICHUK, REESE MCGUIRE, AND BO BICHETTE HEADLINE FIRST WAVE OF BLUE JAYS JOINING FANS AT WINTER FEST JANUARY 18 & 19– Fans can purchase tickets for the third-annual event, plus autograph sessions and guided tours, beginning Monday, Nov. 18 –– Blue Jays alumni Roberto Alomar, Pat Hentgen, and Cito Gaston also make their Toronto return for Winter Fest –– Winter Tour presented by TD heads west to Calgary on January 10 & 11 – The Toronto Blue Jays today announce the first wave of players and alumni that will be joining fans in Toronto on Saturday, Jan. 18 and Sunday, Jan. 19 at Winter Fest presented by TD: outfielder Randal Grichuk, catcher Reese McGuire, and shortstop Bo Bichette. In addition, the Blue Jays are thrilled to welcome back World Series Champions Roberto Alomar, Pat Hentgen, and Cito Gaston. Additional players and alumni attending Winter Fest will be announced in the coming weeks. Thanks to the overwhelming excitement from Blue Jays fans, Winter Fest is returning for its third straight year, featuring two full days of festivities on Saturday, Jan. 18 and Sunday, Jan. 19 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Rogers Centre. Blue Jays fans can look forward to a winter weekend of family-friendly fun, including player, rookie, and alumni appearances; SN personalities; guided ballpark tours; self-guided tours, including the Blue Jays Clubhouse; Jr. Jays activations; a skating rink; live entertainment; historic memorabilia; and much more. Plus, the first 12,000 fans each day at Winter Fest will receive a Blue Jays Toque presented by TDupon entry into Rogers Centre. Tickets to Winter Fest go on sale beginning Monday, Nov. 18 at 10 a.m. ET atbluejays.com/winterfest. Fans are encouraged to purchase early as, new this year, tickets for player and alumni autograph sessions and guided tours will also be available starting November 18 on a first-come, first-served basis, including the production, roof, and broadcast tours. There are a limited number of tickets available for autographs and tours, so be sure to reserve your spot before they sell out! In addition, fans who purchase tickets to Winter Fest will obtain access to a special presale for 2020 Blue Jays single game tickets. Admission prices (per day)·       Adults – $20·       Youth (Ages 2 to 14) and seniors (65 and over) – $5o   Free for children under the age of 2·       2020 Season Ticket Members – $10*·       2020 Ticket Pack Members – $15*·       Autograph Session Ticket – $5**·       Guided Tour Ticket – $5** *Limit of four (4) tickets at discounted rate**Limit of two (2) tickets for Autograph Sessions and four (4) tickets for Guided Tours; a portion of proceeds benefit Jays Care Foundation The Blue Jays today also announce the team is headed west to Calgary on Friday, Jan. 10 and Saturday, Jan. 11 for the 10th-annual Winter Tour presented by TD. Featuring second baseman Cavan Biggio, first baseman Rowdy Tellez, pitcher Trent Thornton, and catcher Danny Jansen, the two-day event will have more opportunities for fans to connect with Canada’s baseball team, including an Ultimate Field Trip contest for local classes, a ticketed autograph session, a visit to Ronald McDonald House, and a ticketed Amateur Baseball Clinic. For more information on the team’s trip to Calgary, fans can visit bluejays.com/wintertour. Since 2011, Winter Tourpresented by TD has visited more than 20 Canadian cities across the country, including Vancouver, Edmonton, Regina, Saskatoon, Winnipeg, Ottawa, Montreal, Fredericton, Halifax, and St. John’s. This will be the second time the Blue Jays have visited Calgary (2015).