Jeric Griffin

Jeric Griffin is a Christ follower, husband and the VP of Corporate Strategy at Rant, Inc. Specific to sports, he's a Dallas Cowboys realist.

Spurs Skip Transition Period by Landing Aldridge

The San Antonio Spurs landed free agent LaMarcus Aldridge, which means more than just contending for a title in the upcoming NBA season. Read More

Dallas Saves Offseason by Landing Wesley Matthews

The Dallas Mavericks were about to see their offseason go down in flames until Wesley Matthews turned down a huge offer elsewhere to sign with Big D. Read More

Report of Bryant, Cowboys Nearing Deal is Legit

A new report suggests Dez Bryant and the Dallas Cowboys are closer to agreeing on a new long-term contract than originally thought. Read More

Spurs All in With Green Re-Signing, Splitter Trade

The San Antonio Spurs have made their free agency intentions clear by re-signing Danny Green and trading Tiago Splitter, which means LaMarcus Aldridge's landing spot is all but set. Read More

Spurs Rumors: LaMarcus Aldridge Wising Up

LaMarcus Aldridge has been linked to the San Antonio Spurs for months, but now his likely landing spot as a free agent is more apparent than ever before. Read More

Recent News Suggests Raiders Won't Stay in Oakland

The Oakland Raiders' deadline for a new stadium plan came and went and it's now more apparent they'll be leaving the Bay Area for the 2016 NFL season. Read More

New Deal for Bryant Financially Smart for Cowboys

The Dallas Cowboys haven't signed Dez Bryant to a long-term contract yet, but it actually makes sense for them to get it done now from a salary cap standpoint. Read More

NFL Race to Los Angeles Becoming Clearer

The Chargers, Raiders and Rams all want to move to L.A., but only two of them will get there and it'll likely be a combination of the two proposed plans. Read More

Chargers’ Rejection of New Stadium Plan is Weak

The San Diego Chargers' latest attempt to justify moving to Los Angeles made headlines, but it won't fly when an NFL in L.A. project is selected. Read More

Dez Bryant Holdout is Unlikely Despite Report

It's been reported that Dez Bryant will hold out into the regular season for a long-term contract from the Dallas Cowboys, but that's a little farfetched. Read More