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The Brewers are 10-2 against NL West opponents this season.

Brewers: RHP Zach Davies, sidelined since May 3 with right rotator cuff irritation, is scheduled to come off the 10-day DL to start against the Mets on Thursday. … Ji-Man Choi started at first base in place of Jesus Aguilar. “I wanted to get (Aguilar) a day off,” Counsell said. “Jesus has been the guy who has done the heavy lifting. He’s been our best hitter the last 10 days.”

Diamondbacks: Zack Godley is 2-0 with a 1.42 ERA in four games (three starts) against the Brewers. He tossed six shutout innings with six strikeouts on May 26, 2017, in his lone career start at Miller Park.

Brewers: Brent Suter (3-3) will make his ninth start of the season and first ever against the Diamondbacks. He has not made a quality start this season.

Sherman, a four-time Pro Bowler, spent his first seven NFL seasons with the Seahawks. But after he was released by Seattle in the offseason, Sherman agreed to a three-year contract reportedly worth up to $39.15 million with San Francisco.

Sherman told the NFL Network this week he’s excited to play with his new quarterback.

“I wouldn’t have signed with the team if I didn’t believe in Garoppolo,” Sherman said.

San Francisco acquired Garoppolo from the Patriots for a second-round pick in November. Garoppolo recorded 1,560 passing yards and eight total touchdowns in six games and five starts for the 49ers.

San Francisco, which finished 2018 with a 6-10 record, won all five of Garoppolo’s starts. He signed a five-year, $137.5 million extension with the 49ers in February.

Sherman said that before he joined San Francisco he studied film of Garoppolo.ravens_105

Giants QB Kyle Lauletta can make a lot of people look stupid — me included

Kyle Lauletta has a chance now to make his new boss look really, really smart. If Giants general manager Dave Gettleman drafted his gold-jacket guy with the No. 2 overall pick and still managed to get his next franchise quarterback — and get him in the fourth round?

We’ll be talking about this draft forever.

He handled it well.

It’s Eli Manning’s team, he said. His success and his resume speaks for itself and I do think he has some years left. How many years?

For most of the latter part of quarterback Eli Manning’s career, the Giants have had established receivers in threes: Beckham-Stephard-Brandon Marshall in 2017, Beckham-Shepard-Victor Cruz in 2016 and Cruz-Hakeem Nicks-Rueben Randle in the aftermath of Super Bowl XLVI.

But the Giants cut the injury-plagued Marshall and didn’t pursue Dez Bryant, leaving the job to Davis, Etta-Tawo, Marquis Bundy, Cody Lattimer, Keeon Johnson, Roger Lewis, Kalif Raymond, Travis Rudolph and Hunter Sharp.

From that group of nine, seven have eight or fewer receptions in seven or fewer career games, including four still waiting on their first catch and three waiting on their NFL debut.

There are guys on our roster that we’re going to develop a trust in and put them out there, Shurmur said, and we expect them to produce.

Lewis — 43 catches and four touchdowns in 28 games — and Latimer — 35 catches and three touchdowns in 45 games — are the most accomplished of the bunch. Latimer, a former second-round pick of the Broncos, primarily was signed because of his special teams ability. colts_131

In discussing Murray’s pro baseball upside, Johnson went as far as invoking the name of MLB All-Star Andrew McCutchen.

Middleton’s bomb could have easily taken the wind out of Boston’s sails, especially with Horford, the team’s only healthy All-Star, looking a bit gassed after carrying the Celtics for much of the night. Instead, Horford, who usually defers to big man Aron Baynes on opening tips, won the jump ball against Antetokounmpo to start overtime, and Boston didn’t get down when the Bucks pulled ahead early in the session.

“From a scout’s standpoint, when you look at Kyler Murray, you see potential — and a ton of it,” Peterson proclaimed. “The power potential is there. You can’t teach power. You can’t teach speed. He has both of those things, and when he has a chance to play this game on a consistent basis. … He’s not a premier defender yet in center [Murray played shortstop in high school]. But you can teach him to be a premier defender in center field because he has the speed most people don’t have.

“Is there a possibility Kyler Murray gets enough money, enough of an offer from a major league club that he says, ‘You know what — sorry, Sooners, I’m out of here’? I don’t know. I tell you one thing with absolute certainty: There’s a significant future for him in this game. I don’t know when. But he’s an exciting prospect. And to me, as exciting a prospect in the outfield as we have in college baseball just because the upside is so good.”

Good luck finding an athlete in college sports with more on his plate at the moment than Murray, who’s shouldering tremendous expectations and immense pressure across two sports.

In football, Murray has been fighting to hold off Austin Kendall this spring in Oklahoma’s quarterback derby while being tasked with succeeding Baker Mayfield, the reigning Heisman Trophy winner and a predicted first-round NFL draft pick.

Over in baseball, Murray has been manning center field and batting cleanup for the Sooners, who entered the weekend atop the Big 12 standings.

“He’s trying to step into the shoes that Baker Mayfield left — and Baker is an OU legend — that’s not an easy thing to do,” Oklahoma tight end Grant Calcaterra said. “And then, on top of that, go play baseball and excel on a first-place team. That’s just ridiculous. I don’t know how he does it.”

Ex-girlfriend of 49ers LB Reuben Foster says she lied about alleged domestic violence incident

The former girlfriend of 49ers’ Reuben Foster is saying she has proof she lied about an alleged domestic violence incident involving her and the linebacker in February.

Elissa Ennis says she actually sustained the injuries — alleged to have been administered by Foster — in a fight with another woman. After Foster tried to break up with Ennis following the incident, Ennis tried to get back at the 2017 first-round pick.

The Bills, who entered the draft with two picks in each of the first three rounds, went 9-7 last season and reached the playoffs for the first time since 1999.

Tampa Bay used the 12th pick to take defensive tackle Vita Vea from Washington. Bucs GM Jason Licht said Thursday that Buffalo made a “great offer” for the seventh pick, an indication he knew what the Bills were after.

“When you’re going after a quarterback, you can’t say that was a bad deal on their part,” Licht said. “You have to be willing to spend a little bit more than you normally would to move up the board. So, we got the call, we thought about taking our guy there. He was in play there. We would have been very happy taking him there.

“We took a risk moving back. All the work that we did, intel that we did, we knew that there was a pretty good shot [we could get Vea]. A couple of teams there we were a little nervous about, but we also had other players that we could have taken, too. Fortunately for us, we’re sitting here talking about Vita. I couldn’t be happier.”

In addition to the division games on the Bears’ 2018 schedule, fans will want to circle the date of the showdown against the 49ers as Chicago’s toughest road test. San Francisco, like Chicago, is ushering in a new era with a young quarterback and a relatively new head coach.

Toughest tests: The aforementioned game against the 49ers will be a great test for the Bears in 2018, and if the Giants can bounce back after a dreadful 2017 season, they’ll present another road challenge for Chicago. In addition to the always-tough NFC North games, the Bears’ home contests against the Rams and Patriots will be key.

Biggest breaks: Speaking of those games against the Rams and Patriots, the Bears are fortunate to get them at home. The road games against the Cardinals, Bills and Dolphins — on paper, at least — are winnable. steelers_121

Vikings couldn’t land O.J. Simpson, but Ron Yary worked out just fine

With the No. 1 overall pick in the 1968 NFL Draft, the Vikings were thinking hard about a player from the University of Southern California.

They ended up taking star right tackle Ron Yary. But he wasn’t the initial USC player they were targeting.

Yary played for the Vikings from 1968-81 before finishing his career with the Los Angeles Rams in 1982 and being enshrined in Canton, Ohio, in 2001. He was named All-Pro six times and played in seven Pro Bowls with Minnesota, and remains the Vikings’ only No. 1 overall pick since the first combined NFL-AFL draft in 1967.

The Steelers have had a curious draft history with linebackers, to the beginning of Chuck Noll’s tenure and right through today.

Noll coached 23 seasons, and, in that time, the team drafted two linebackers in the first round. They did not draft a linebacker in the first round in Bill Cowher’s 15 seasons as coach.

A sideline-to-sideline terror. The improvements he made in his game last season — played with a more natural feel for the game and improved instincts — have scouts excited for what’s next. In 2017, Evans totaled 66 tackles, 11.5 tackles for a loss, six sacks, one forced fumble and three passes broken up.

Dorance Armstrong Jr., Kansas: Had a terrific 2017 despite his team having a poor season. Despite facing a lot of double teams, he had 63 tackles with 9.5 for a loss, two sacks, four forced fumbles and four passes batted in 2017.

Jerome Baker, Ohio State: Darron Lee’s replacement did not live up to his preseason hype, finishing with 72 tackles, 3.5 sacks, three passes broken up and one forced fumble. Scouts have made note that Baker runs around more blocks than he takes on and has accumulated some of his best numbers against mediocre offensive lines.seahawks_106

Marcus Smart: Could return from thumb surgery by potential Game 7

Celtics guard Marcus Smart engaged in shooting drills Sunday for the first time since undergoing thumb surgery last month and said he could return to action as early as the end of the first-round series against the Milwaukee Bucks.

Smart, wearing a new splint on his shooting hand, got up shots before Game 1 between the Celtics and Bucks, then expressed optimism about getting back on the court to help his injury-ravaged team should it hang around in the playoffs.

“Today was the first day with the new splint on to actually get out here and do something. So the thumb felt well,” said Smart, who underwent surgery to repair a torn ulnar collateral ligament on March 16.

“We’re on track for [a return in the] next three weeks, possibly Game 7 of the first round, [but] definitely second round. So we’re on the right path.”

Smart confidently shot from different spots on the court before Sunday’s game.

“I have a new splint on, a smaller splint to protect the thumb from going back to the side or possible reinjury,” Smart said. “So I’ll be playing like that when I come back for a while, for probably the next couple of months. But this was my first time, and it felt good out there.”

Brown said the Sixers’ dominant Game 1 win Saturday did not factor in the team’s decision to sit Embiid for Game 2.

“It’s about what’s best for Joel’s health,” Brown said.

After Game 2 on Monday, the Sixers plan to practice in Philadelphia on Tuesday and travel to Miami on Wednesday. Game 3 is Thursday night in Miami.

Between Game 2 and Game 3, Embiid may participate in on-court work with members of the coaching staff or players who are not in the regular rotation.

“That’s part of Joel’s return-to-play plan,” Brown said.

But the coach added that it would be difficult to put together a full scrimmage for Embiid, whose conditioning may be a factor upon his return.

“To re-create that in real ways isn’t going to happen,” Brown said.

Chiefs agree to terms with Sammy Watkins

The Chiefs are giving their young starting quarterback a big- receiver.

Sammy Watkins and the Chiefs have agreed to terms on a contract that should be signed tomorrow, according to multiple reports. The deal has been pegged at about $16 million a year for three years.

That pairs Watkins with Patrick Mahomes, the Chiefs’ new starting quarterback, and adds him to a talented offense that also includes Tyreek Hill, Kareem Hunt and Travis Kelce. The Chiefs have set Mahomes up to succeed in his first year as the starter, following the Alex Smith trade.

Gore, a 34-year-old who has rushed for 14,026 yards in 13 NFL seasons, spent his first 10 years with San Francisco and the last three with Indianapolis, where he rushed for 796 yards (3.7 yards per carry) and three touchdowns last season. Gore also caught 29 passes for 245 yards and one touchdown.

Johnny Manziel, a former first-round pick attempting a comeback from substance-related setbacks, attracted evaluators from up to 10 NFL teams Thursday while throwing to a pair of receivers at the University of San Diego’s Pro Day.

… The entire project that the Oakland Raiders are undertaking in Las Vegas, including a new stadium, training facility and headquarters, will cost more than $2 billion.

Oh, I know he’s a massive Priest fan, lead signer Rob Halford said, via A.D. Amorosi of the Philadelphia Inquirer. I want to drag him out to the show and onto the stage. He doesn’t know that yet.

Halford, one of the iconic voices of heavy metal for generations, is from England but admits a soft spot for American football. He wouldn’t declare himself an Eagles fan, but admitted he loved the sport.

His second year was mired injuries and he missed a pair of, but still managed 83 catches for 1 yards and six touchdowns.Puckett blasted a 2 pitch over the fence left-center to give the Twins the victory, setting up their classic Game 7 triumph the next night.He proved especially viable the playoffs last where he exploded for seven goals including a hat trick against the Red Detroit 18 playoff. Boise State following a DUI.

Actress Parsons is 89.Britton is a huge Potter fan.Not when the subject is Scully, The Voice of the Dodgers.28, at 7 p.m.Here’s a better look at the Cubs century celebration ball: The Baseball’s Best Fans Twitter account – which consistently roasts Cardinals fans – didn’t stop the onslaught with just the one Tweet, following up with a jab about the hacking scandal that forced the Cards to give up two draft picks and $2 million: Danggg.49ers_144

Flames snap 4-game skid with 5-1 win over Sabres

“We talked about their desperation. You know, they’re saying these are their playoff lives, these next two games on the road,” Housley said. “And I don’t think we respected that.”

Rittich was hardly tested, though his best save came three minutes into second period, when he got his left shoulder up to stop Jason Pominville’s one-timer form the left circle during a Sabres power play.

Each of the New York’s last two losses came after regulation, and four setbacks during the skid have been one-goal decisions.

“We just seem to find ways to lose,” New York center John Tavares told the league’s official website. “We’ve just got to find a way, a full 60 minutes to finish one out. We just haven’t seemed to finish games off.

“It was very nice to score the overtime winner. But we have to be smarter and better when we have leads like this. To be up by two goals here at home, it’s not good enough to end up in overtime.”

Jujhar Khaira, Milan Lucic and Jesse Puljujarvi also scored for the Oilers, who snapped a three-game skid. Lucic’s goal was his first since Dec. 23 — a goalless streak that lasted 29 games.

“I think it was pretty evident how frustrated I was,” he said. “Slamming doors a bunch of times, breaking sticks, you name it. It was a tough stretch, that’s for sure.

Boyle made it 6-1 later in the period with his first goal in 24 games.

Montreal scored the final three goals of the contest to make the final outcome more respectable.

“The thing that I’ll take out of this game in a positive way is the fact that we got better as the game went on,” Canadiens coach Claude Julien said. “We’re a young team and the guys showed character by trying to get themselves back into it. That’s a character check. It would have been easy to say, `This is not our night.”packers_163

The answer was: As weird as he wanted. Brady is a god in New England.

You pray to him and say blessings over Dunkin’ Donuts iced regulars.

What I’m not sure Brady and his team were counting on, however, was how invested people were going to be in these comics. They probably just popped a crocodile into one image early in the season, thought it was funny, and ran with it. If I were a betting woman, I’d put good money down there was never a grand plan. I realize Brady most likely only told me there’d be a big reveal because that sounds intriguing.

But I wanted Croc to represent something. A small part of me still hoped.

By now, based on Butler’s Super Bowl 52 benching, everybody knows how much he fell out of favor in New England as the No. 2 corner. That’s the way he needs to be viewed as a free agent: not on the same level as his one-year teammate, Stephon Gilmore, from a year ago.

Landry is the game’s ultimate high-volume possession receiver. He’s more of a reliable extension of a running game and short-area scorer than he is a gamebreaker, but he’s very good in his niche role. The Dolphins will do their best to keep him for Ryan Tannehill.

The biggest test of John Elway’s general manager career is about to take place. The question he must ace is whether he can solve the Broncos’ two-year problem at quarterback and finally identify the legitimate franchise quarterback that has not been in place since Peyton Manning retired.

The assumption in Denver always was that this would never be a problem for the Broncos with their Hall of Fame, two-time Super Bowl winning former quarterback at the player personnel helm. If anyone knew how important an elite quarterback is to achieving NFL success, it would be Elway.

With Manning in house after Elway’s great recruiting job in 2012, the team went on a dominant run with four straight AFC West titles, two Super Bowl appearances and a win in Super Bowl 50. Without Manning, the Broncos descended to also-ran status at 9-7 in 2016 before their free-fall to last place in the division at 5-11 last season.

Of course, Silver, though more frank than most commissioners, can’t say any of that.

Would league-run gambling decrease the suspicions, taint or reality of game-fixing? Not likely.

The one and only thing I’m sure of at this point is that a Southeastern Conference defender will hear his name called at No. 1. Which one? That’s easy.

That the issue is even debated tells us that such “fun” defies the human condition, that the losing team doesn’t much want to be surrounded, let alone mobbed and jostled, by those rushing the floor to celebrate the win — especially after a one-point loss.

Since 1993, Langan’s, around the corner and down the street from The Post, was the lunch and after-work place — the home away from home, but with better service, a larger menu and receipts for expense accounts. And as owner Des O’Brien agreed, “50,000 flies couldn’t be wrong!”

But one of those prohibitive rent hikes made Thursday night Langan’s last night.

Now it’s off to O’Brien’s next-closest place, cleverly named O’Brien’s, on West 46th Street between Sixth and Seventh avenues. Des claims he’s working on a new cocktail, The Jubilee Dunbar.

39. Jadeveon Clowney, defensive end/linebacker, Texans (45): Is the former No. 1 overall pick finally ready to live up to that billing? Clowney’s injury-riddled rookie season (zero sacks in just four games) was a waste, but he began to flash last year with 4.5 sacks and looks ready to build off that this year.

Hayden snapped the streak of Alabama players selected, but started a new one with two straight D.J.’s being drafted. Derek Jr. overcame a life-threatening injury in his senior season at Houston to become the No. 12 pick and eventually a starter for Oakland. His numbers increased with his playing time in each of his first three seasons, but he lost his starting job in 2016 as the secondary struggled. The Raiders released him after the season. Hayden signed a one-year deal with the Lions in March.

The Jets used their second first-round pick, which they got from the Bucs in the Darrelle Revis deal, on the defensive tackle from Missouri, Richardson made an immediate impact as the Defensive Rookie of the Year, even scoring two touchdowns as a fullback, and was voted to the Pro Bowl the following year. However, he began 2015 with a four-game drug suspension and served a one-game suspension in 2016 resulting from an arrest for reckless driving and resisting arrest.

Lotulelei was the second defensive tackle taken after Richardson, and might’ve been the first if not for a heart condition that kept him out of the Combine. The Tongan standout from Utah won a starting job as a rookie and helped Carolina win three straight NFC South titles. He had a career-high four sacks in 2016. He has yet to be named a Pro Bowler.

Even if Brady ultimately escapes punishment, New England can’t say the same. The Patriots will pay for their role in the controversy when the draft opens in April after being docked their 2016 first-round pick.