The Browns claimed offensive linemen Anthony Fabiano and Avery Gennesy off waivers Tuesday. Cleveland waived punter Michael Carrizosa and offensive lineman Christian Schneider in corresponding moves.
The Colts waived Fabiano on Monday. He originally entered the NFL with the Ravens as an undrafted free agent in 2016 out of Harvard.
Fabiano appeared in four games with one start with the Browns in 2016 before they waived him during final roster cuts in 2017. He saw action in five games with one start with the Colts last year. Fabiano also has spent time on the practice squads of Washington, the Giants and the Patriots.
Clarkson rolls up his sleeves. Tristan Thompson accessorizes, putting his stamp on the outfit the way Will Smith’s character once did to his Bel Air Academy uniform on “The Fresh Prince of Bel Air.”
“Will turned his blazer inside out,” Thompson said. “Just because the suit covers a lot — we got the cardigan part, the pants and the blazer — so the way you can make your own style is with your sunglasses or with our shoes now. Now that we’re wearing our own shoes, that’s how we kind of bring the ‘Fresh Prince.'”
That rule, and every other NFL rule regarding gambling, will need to be revisited given that the U.S. Supreme Court has opened the door to legalized gambling. Once teams are benefitted directly and indirectly from wagers on games, the traditional do’s and don’ts regarding gambling will need to be gutted.
Whatever it was, this young supporting cast for the Capitals were like featured players on “Saturday Night Live”: unrecognizable at first, unappreciated in contrast with established cast members, but at the end of the season you couldn’t imagine the show happening without them.
And then you begin wondering who they bring back for another season. Because as Capitals owner Ted Leonsis bellowed after the Game 6 win in Pittsburgh, the first time they eliminated the Penguins in the Ovechkin Era, the kids, er, young players, would be an indication Washington isn’t done yet.