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Chiefs continue salary-cap savings, release inside linebacker Joe Mays

The Chiefs released inside linebacker Joe Mays on Thursday. The decision to release Mays, 29, saves approximately $2.7 million off the salary cap. The Chiefs still need to cut approximately $2.8 million to get under the cap by Tuesday, the start of the new league year (and free agency).

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Love picked to be assistant at Presidents Cup

Davis Love III told U.S. captain Jay Haas last year that he would be in South Korea for the Presidents Cup one way or another, which at the time meant that if the 50-year-old Love didn't qualify for the team then he would go as an assistant captain.

Love picked to be assistant at Presidents Cup

Davis Love III told U.S. captain Jay Haas last year that he would be in South Korea for the Presidents Cup one way or another, which at the time meant that if the 50-year-old Love didn't qualify for the team then he would go as an assistant captain.

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Royals pitching prospect Christian Binford may lack power, but can throw strikes

Along with Sean Manaea and Miguel Almonte, 22-year-old right-hander Christian Binford joins a group of appealing pitching prospects for the Royals. Binford, the organization’s minor-league pitcher of the year in 2014, may own the most impressive statistical resume of the bunch even if his fastball only reaches the upper 80s. His calling card is his ability to throw strikes.