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Miami's Taylor Gadbois says he was surprised about dismissal

Miami announced Thursday that offensive tackle Taylor Gadbois had been dismissed. Gadbois was apparently surprised by the decision. Miami did not reveal an official reason for his dismissal, and Gadbois was reportedly facing a possible suspension to start the 2015 season. While Gadbois told the Palm Beach Post that he didn’t know why he was dismissed, he also said he was told that he wasn’t positive enough. From the Post: “They didn’t feel I was being positive enough with the team, with the young guys, which I completely disagree with,” Gadbois told the Post. “I mean, I work with these guys every single day. I’m in a group text with the team and everybody’s just bewildered by it. Everybody’s just blown away.” In a statement, Miami coach Al Golden simply said “Taylor is a bright young man and we wish him… Read More »

Robin Lehner traded to Sabres, Ottawa gets first-round pick

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. – The Ottawa Senators had a tough decision on their hands in goal. They had Andrew Hammond, last season’s second-half sensation, on a new three-year deal. They had Craig Anderson, the 34-year-old veteran that can be downright dominant for stretches. And they had 23-year-old Robin Lehner, one-time goalie of the future who had suddenly become a palpable trading chip for the team.  GM Bryan Murray wanted two high picks for Lehner’s services. He ended up getting one: The 21st pick in Friday night’s NHL Draft from the Buffalo Sabres, as Lehner and center David Legwand were sent across the border to his nephew Tim Murray’s team.  The Ottawa Sun reported that the Sabres were the frontrunner for Lehner’s services because Tim Murray was the assistant general manager in Ottawa when the team drafted him. Lehner was 9-12-3… Read More »

Michael Sam returns to Montreal to resume football career

Michael Sam returned to Montreal, is expected to report to the CFL’s Alouettes as soon as Saturday, and will then resume his football career. Les Carpenter of the Guardian reported that Sam should return to his football team soon, which was likely his only hope of playing football at a high level again. Sam left the Alouettes on June 12, right before their exhibition season began. The team played its regular-season opener on Thursday. Sam already had work to do to convince an NFL team he deserves a roster spot, and quitting his CFL team after struggling in training camp wouldn’t have looked good on his football résumé. According to The Guardian, Sam returned to Montreal earlier this week; he has been seen around the city the past couple days. [Yahoo Sports Fantasy Football is back: Sign up for a… Read More »