Beckham to Join Ravens, LIV Golf Players 'Not Washed Up'

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The Baltimore Ravens made their boldest move of the offseason -- and delivered perhaps their strongest message to disgruntled quarterback Lamar Jackson -- by reaching a one-year agreement with three-time Pro Bowl wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. on Sunday.

The deal is worth up to $18 million and includes $15 million guaranteed, a source told ESPN's Adam Schefter.


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Brooks Koepka: LIV golfers Not 'Washed Up' After Strong Masters Performances

LIV Golf League captain Brooks Koepka, a four-time major championship winner, came up short Sunday, losing to Spain's Jon Rahm by 4 strokes, and thus helping the books as they desperately needed public favorite Koepka to lose.

Many speculated that Koepka wasn't used to playing 72 holes.

That being said, the second-year circuit's representatives fared pretty well at Augusta National Golf Club.

No they are not "washed up".

"We're still the same people," said Koepka, who missed the cut in his two previous Masters starts while recovering from a serious knee injury. "So I mean, I know if I'm healthy, I know I can compete. I don't think any of the guys that played this event thought otherwise, either. When Phil plays good, we know he's going to compete. Reed, the same thing.

"I think that's just manufactured by the media that we can't compete anymore; that we are washed up."

- Don Shapiro,

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