Sports News: Bailey Retires, Scott on Bryant / Howard
Sports News NFL: Bailey Decides To Retire
NFL veteran and star player Champ Bailey decided to call it off for good and this time he announced that he was officially retiring from the game.
Although the player was presented with a series of offers, it appears that the player himself decided to make a last minute call and decided that he still wishes to pursue other opportunities, yet some that go beyond football.
Bailey’s agent claims that he has decided to leave football for good and that if the player had really wanted to play, then he would have already been on the field.
Champ’s agent, Jack Reale, was the one who opened with the surprising news this same Tuesday afternoon. Now it’s just a matter of time before the player gets inducted to the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
According to Reale, everything was good for the player if he had decided to stay in professional football but given his other options, he claims that the veteran Pro Bowl star made the right choice for his future career.
Currently Bailey remains just one Pro Bowl appearance away from Reggie White’s 13 mark, with 12 and remaining as one of the top players in the league.
Last season Bailey played for the Denver Broncos but the organization had to give him up due to the fact that the franchise was forced to surrender cap space. The player had been anticipating about $10 million this season.
Back in 2004 the Broncos signed up Bailey to join the squad, and it was not until now that the player gave some insight into the future of his career.
Sports News NBA: Scott on Bryant & Howard
Both Kobe Bryant and Dwight Howard were able to feature together in the 2012-13 official National Basketball League.
Although many expectations had placed on both stars, as well as the LA squad, many believed they were disappointed because of what actually took place.
Or indeed, perhaps what didn’t take place, which was a successful streak for the purple and gold squad.
Still, according to LA’s Byron Scott, he believes that there was clash between the two LA players and this led to a discontinuation of the good game that the Lakers had been playing.
Still, Byron went beyond than some simple problems. According to Scott, there was a misunderstanding between both players.
Scott believes that Kobe is more than serious about conquering titles and that he’s not really sure about Dwight, but that this could easily believe a great issue.
This Tuesday will be the first time both players face each other, due to the fact that in the last three opportunities, Bryant had remained absent due to his knee injury problems.
Scott stated that his is just one of the causes, but that based on good observations, it seems that this could most likely be the most significant one.
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