The Philadelphia 76ers’ signings of both P.J. Tucker and Danuel House Jr. checked off a lot of boxes. However, where does that leave the team moving forward in the remainder of the offseason?
Now that the NHL Draft is over, the Free Agent Frenzy can officially begin. Who will the Flyers approach in free agency, and will they another trade to clear more cap space in order to bring home Johnny Hockey?
Breaking down the multiple options the Philadelphia 76ers have for the backup center minutes next season
The Philadelphia 76ers are expected to sign Danuel House Jr. to a two-year, $8.5 million contract.
The Philadelphia 76ers are expected to finalize a three-year contract for veteran forward P.J. Tucker.
According to multiple reports, James Harden has opted out of his player option with the Philadelphia 76ers for the 2022-23 season.
Breaking down the options the Philadelphia 76ers have heading into free agency
As the NBA Draft approaches on Thursday, the Philadelphia 76ers continue to be in the center of much of the rumors going around the NBA.
According to a report from Bleacher Report’s Jake Fischer, James Harden is expected to opt into his player option and the Philadelphia 76ers are likely to sign him to a shorter-term extension.
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As the market opens, the Flyers are still not finished yet. They will definitely be signing a goalie, likely on the opening day of free agency on Wednesday. Don’t rule out the addition of another forward as well to provide some added depth in that department. With those things in mind, here are a few candidates at each position that the Flyers could target in free agency.
The guys talk about the surprising news of Matt Niskanen’s retirement and the Flyers response by re-signing Justin Braun. They also discuss how it affects the Flyers offseason plans. Additionally, they look at some of the roster moves around the league and more.
As free agency begins on Friday at noon, the Flyers have $8.6 million in cap space available, but have to sign Phil Myers and Nolan Patrick as well. That doesn’t leave the Flyers with much room for signing free agents, but they may explore low-risk forward options or look for a defenseman. Here are a few names to watch.
According to multiple sources, the Phillies have signed first baseman Greg Bird, 27, and catcher Jonathan Lucroy, 34, to minor league contracts. Both players will be added to the 60-man player pool and assigned the alternative training site in Lehigh Valley.
With NFL off-season coming right around the corner, it’s best to know what player may be wearing midnight green next season. This article will go through five players at five different positions that could be on the Philadelphia Eagles radar this offseason.
With the offseason essentially complete except for a few re-signings to come, the guys look at what the Flyers did and analyze the offseason as a whole while also looking at some of the other signings and the teams in the Metropolitan Division and Eastern Conference.
Do the Flyers have room to add a player via free agency? They still have a spot for a third-line winger, but money will be an issue. Here are some potential targets the Flyers could look at as free agency opens.
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