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Rondon could still get a chance to save games if Alex Wilson fails to deliver as the Tigers' new closer, but the opportunity may not come immediately, reports MLive.com. General manager Dave Dombrowski said Rondon still has was it takes to be a big-league closer, but "I don't know if he's ready to do it now."
Kintzler (knee) will begin a rehab assignment with the Brewers' Rookie League club Tuesday.
Bettis (elbow) is scheduled to throw a bullpen session Tuesday, the Associated Press reports.
LeMahieu struck out in all five of his at-bats in Monday's loss to the Mariners.
Burnett (elbow) will rest for four weeks and then begin a throwing program, the Beaver County Times reports.
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Bell -- who is bouncing back from minor knee and Achilles' tendon procedures in January -- worked out on the side with a trainer during Monday's training camp practice, MLive.com reports.
The Eagles are discussing a short-term deal with Bradford, ESPN reports.
Coach Lovie Smith indicated that at this stage he is counting on Martin to head the Bucs' backfield in 2015, the Tampa Bay Times reports. "Definitely a key for us," Smith said in reference to the fourth-year back. "We talked about being able to establish the run. Doug will be the lead guy doing that, so it's very important that we open up some holes and let him do his thing."
Jones (knee) sat out Monday's practice, the Washington Post reports.
Veteran lineman Trent Williams stated Griffin's release looks quicker than in past years, the Washington post reports. Williams said, “We just went 80 yards on two-minute drive,” Williams noted. “That was all him — just decision-making, hitting guys on time, getting the ball out on time. … It takes down the time we have to block. Ultimately it helps the whole offense.”
Fantasy Basketball News
Clark will be waived later this week by the Nets, Shams Charania of RealGM reports.
Matthews (Achilles) will be cautiously handled during his first season with the Mavericks, Earl Sneed of Mavs.com reports. "He's definitely on track for a full recovery, but we’re going to be erring on the side of being conservative and cautioned," coach Rick Carlisle said. "The first year is more about making sure that he's right and getting him out there on the right terms, and from there we want him to make a full recovery and continue to get better."
Young (knee) has spent the last two weeks participating in the Drew League, signifying he's fully recovered from a fractured left kneecap that excluded him from the final 27 games last season.
Allen, who spent the 2014-15 season away from the league, has stayed in shape and would return to the game if the right situation arises, Ananth Pandian of CBS Sports reports.
Papanikolaou, contrary to a previous report, is not expected to be waived by the Nuggets at this time, Chris Dempsey of the Denver Post reports.
Fantasy Hockey News
Reimer will enter training camp with the opportunity to seize the number one role or at least a platoon, according to Toronto Star. "I think that right now I have a total open mind [to both goalies], and certainly I know Mike has the same," said new general manager Lou Lamoriello.
New general manager Lou Lamoriello envisions the Leafs' goaltending job as an open competition and indicates that head coach Mike Babcock feels the same way, according to the Toronto Star. "I think that right now I have a total open mind, and certainly I know Mike has the same," Lamoriello said. This will be the third straight season with Bernier and James Reimer splitting goaltending duties.
Domingue will head to Europe for the 2015-16 season after opting not to sign his two-way qualifying offer with the Coyotes, Sarah McLellan of the Arizona Republic reports.
Hoffman was awarded a one-year, $2 million contract Monday after going to arbitration with the Senators.
General manager Brian MacLellan indicated Monday that he expects Orpik (wrist) to be ready for the beginning of the season, Dan Rosen of NHL.com reports.
Fantasy Golf News
Woods is not in the field for this week's WGC-Bridgestone Invitational.
Fantasy College Football News
Bradshaw opened fall camp first on the quarterback depth chart, HudsonValley.com reports.
Fantasy College Basketball News
Deng will transfer away from Baylor, ESPN.com reports.
Fantasy NASCAR News
Edwards started the No. 19 STANLEY Toyota in the eighth position at Pocono Raceway, but dropped back on the initial restart to run 11th when the day’s first caution came out just five laps in. The race would come down to fuel mileage with the majority of the leaders pitting with 37 laps remaining. Crew chief Darian Grubb would make the call for Edwards to bring the 19 down pit road for a splash of gas that enabled him to race to a 10th-place finish, joegibbsracing.com reports.
Fantasy Soccer News
McInerney was traded to the Crew on Tuesday in exchange for a second-round draft pick in 2016.

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