Terrell Stoglin's shot at being drafted came up snake eyes. Now the former University of Maryland will try his luck in Las Vegas, summer league style.Stoglin, the leading scorer in the Atlantic Coast Conference last season, will play in the Las Vegas Summer League as a member of the Toronto Raptors, according to a source familiar with Stoglin's plans..The 6-foot-1 scoring guard faced long odds when it came to hearing his name called in the two-round draft conducted on June 28. Stoglin declared for the draft after his sophomore campaign and after being suspended for one year by the university.Last season Stoglin averaged 21.6 points and shot 38.4 percent from 3-point territory.CSNwashington has also learned that former DeMatha product and Clemson star Jerai Grant will also participate in the summer league with the Houston Rockets. The 6-foot-8 power forward played for season for the Tigers and averaged 12.4 points and 6.7 rebounds as a senior during the 2010-1 campaign.
Odell Beckham Jr. had two spectacular catches on Sunday against the Redskins, but Josh Norman, and the rest of the Redskins' secondary did a good job keeping one of the top wide receivers in the league in check.
Frustration got the better of Beckham Jr. late in the third quarter after Eli Manning threw a red zone interception.
But instead of going after a player, like he did with Josh Norman last season, he took his anger out on an inanimate object.
Beckham went to the sideline and slammed his helmet against the kicking net, which did not take kindly to his actions.
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Beckham Jr. was not a happy camper.
JACKSONVILLE - Joe Flacco set a Ravens record with 21 straight completions against the Jaguars during Sunday’s game. The previous team record was 14 straight completions by Flacco set in 2009.
Flacco’s completion streak started midway through the first quarter, and extended into the third quarter, when Mike Wallace let what could have been a touchdown pass slip through his hands.
Flacco’s accuracy was another indication that he was finding a rhythm after last year’s season-ending knee injury. Earlier in the game, Flacco scrambled seven yards for the team’s first touchdown, and he also had a six-yard run on a bootleg.
Despite Flacco’s hot hand, the Ravens were not able to finish drives with touchdowns the way they hoped. Two Ravens drives in the second quarter ended with short completions to Justin Forsett that were stopped short of the first down marker. On the Ravens’ last drive of the first half, the Ravens settled for a Justin Tucker field goal before time expired.