Rant Sports Podcast: 5 Things You Need To Know, February 27th, 2014

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All four major sports are getting interesting for one reason or another. There really is no offseason for sports fans, so the Rant Sports Podcasts makes sure to keep you up-to-date every single day. Right now, the sports landscape is pretty bumpy so hang on tight! Enjoy:

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Russell Wilson is testing his hand in baseball. That’s right the former college baseball standout and Super Bowl champion will be taking live action with the Texas Rangers this week. Some say he’s a cocky you know what, but I say live it up, young man!

Russell Wilson Suiting Up For Texas Rangers is Publicity Stunt 101

From the green grass of spring training to the golf course. Hey, the Masters are just over a month away, so who’s getting ready for that green jacket? Check out the 5 golfers to watch at this weekend’s Honda Classic:

Five Players To Watch – 2014 Honda Classic at PGA National

Oh, the Dallas Cowboys. Another year, another 8-8 finish. So what can Jerry Jones do to make this poor franchise better? We have a 7-round mock draft that Cowboys fans must see:

Dallas Cowboys 7-Round Mock Draft: Post Combine Edition

Danny Granger is a free agent. The former All-Star is looking closely at the Los Angeles Clippers, but why not the Chicago Bulls? He’d still make the playoffs and be able to stick it to the Indiana Pacers:

NBA Rumors: Danny Granger’s 5 Rumored Landing Spots After 76ers’ Buyout

We all need more holidays, right? Well, Hall of Famer Ozzie Smith surely agrees as he’s teamed with Budweiser to make MLB Opening Day a National Holiday. Where’s the petition? Because I’m signing that thing twice if I can!

Ozzie Smith Is Right, Opening Day Should Be National Holiday

So there you have it. The weekend is nearly here, but before we can all scream “Payday!” don’t forget to check back in tomorrow for some of the day’s hottest sports news.

Devin O’Barr is the Content Commentator for RantSports.com. Follow him on Twitter @DevinOBarrRS, “Like” him on Facebook or add him to your network on Google.


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