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D.J. Swearinger let it be known: The Washington Redskins need to improve their defensive line in the draft. That was the safety’s proclamation in a series of mostly-deleted tweets this weekend.

We Had The 9th Ranked Pass Defense! But We Def Need More Consistency In The Secondary. One thing Ive learn In This League! The Young Players Tend To Take A While To Understand Consistency! But Young 29 Cought On Early. Yo Time To Grow Youngin Lil Brudda @MontaeNicholson

— DJ Swearinger (@JungleBoi_Swagg) April 8, 2018

In another tweet, since deleted, Swearinger said, “Soo Like I’ve Been Saying We Had The 32rd Ranked Run Defense Last Year! (Embarrassing) Why Would We Get A Db With That 1st Pick –?!?! He cant Put His Hand In The Dirt! It’s Only Logic To Get Help Where You Hurt Right Or Wrong?!?!? #FACTS”

Another since-deleted tweet read: “Idc Who In The Back!! If That Front Ain In Gangsta Yo BackEnd Wont Be Able To Show It’s Full Potential! But When That D’Line Humming!! jag, seahawks, rams, Texans, Chargers! I bet It Go Hand And Hand!”
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It’s not the first time Swearinger has said his piece. After losing to the Los Angeles Chargers, Swearinger was upset with how some members of the defense weren’t prepared (this wasn’t on the coaches; if others know what they’re doing and some don’t, it’s on the player). He’s never been afraid to share his opinions and also would speak weekly to the team at the start of the first practice.

After the Redskins traded corner Kendall Fuller as part of the package to get quarterback Alex Smith, Swearinger was upset and let his feelings be known. He later changed his stance, welcoming Smith. But he happened to like Fuller and felt he was good and initially knocked the move.

At the NFL owners’ meetings last month, Redskins coach Jay Gruden said of Swearinger’s penchant for expressing his opinions: “He’s a very passionate guy. Sometimes he’ll say something that gets turned around in the media. His intentions are good. We just want to make sure he never pits himself against the team. We want to talk about it being constructive and positive. He doesn’t have to agree with everything I do, but overall it has to be about us and something positive. … I haven’t really been bothered by any of it.”

This time might have been a little different. After all, Swearinger deleted the tweets about what the team should do and sent out other tweets.
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It’s A Great Day!! Be Thankful Rejoice And Be Glad In It!! Ima Let Yall Have The Football ‘Talk’ Of Course Im No Or Coach! Ima Just Get War Ready Like Always And Whoever We Draft Ima Love Em Like A Brother And Make Them Better With The #Grind #2spoonzSwagggu #HTTRGANG

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The Redskins do want to add another player to the line, possibly free agent Johnathan Hankins (if his price tag lowers) or by drafting someone in the top couple rounds.

Thus far, the Redskins haven’t done much to improve their defensive line. They re-signed nose tackle Phil Taylor, but he missed last season with a torn quad and hasn’t played since 2014. They believe he can help if he stays healthy. If. But they also know more work remains up front, having discussed it several times this offseason. Washington did rank last in rushing yards per game and was 29th in yards per carry allowed. It takes more than just the line to stop the run, but it’s clear they want more options up front.

The question is, will they address it with the 13th overall pick? Washington’s Vita Vea is a possibility; he could play every line spot — as he did in college. He could help in the Redskins’ base front as well as in their nickel package. They shouldn’t draft any linemen at 13 who also can’t help pressure the passer by, at the least, collapsing the pocket.

There’s solid interior defensive line depth in this draft class and the Redskins have shown interest in Virginia Tech’s Tim Settle, among others. He’d be a candidate in the second round (44 might be too high for him) or if they add a pick in the third.

A number of times last season players privately talked about needing a big body up front — linebackers would say this and there were even some linemen who felt this way.
The Redskins do like other defensive players quite a bit, notably safety Derwin James and safety/corner Minkah Fitzpatrick. Both could help immediately, whether starting or in some sort of role featuring their versatility. Of course, eventually they could replace Swearinger at strong safety.

They could opt for a linebacker such as Roquan Smith. Even though the Redskins have two starters — Mason Foster and Zach Brown — neither has a contract that suggests long-term answer. So, if the Redskins wanted, they could move on from one or both in 2019; or they could keep them at reasonable prices.

Either way, Swearinger will be watching.

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OAKLAND, Calif. — Golden State Warriors guard Patrick McCaw has been released from a hospital following a terrifying fall to the floor during Saturday’s game at Sacramento.

The team said Sunday that preliminary tests showed that McCaw has no structural damage or problems with his nervous system after the freak injury.

Golden State announced that X-rays, a CT scan and an MRI “were all clear.” McCaw was able to leave UC Davis Medical Center. He is scheduled to be re-examined by a specialist on Thursday, and his injury — aside from anything related to the impact of the fall — will be listed as a bruised lumbar spine.

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Warriors guard Patrick McCaw left the team’s game against the Kings on a stretcher after suffering a hard fall inadvertently caused by Sacramento’s Vince Carter.

“Just a huge relief,” Warriors coach Steve Kerr said. “Last night was really terrifying. All the news has been good. He’s up walking. That’s the only thing that matters — that Patrick’s OK.

“Scariest thing I’ve ever experienced on a basketball floor, for sure. Not even close.”

McCaw was taken away on a stretcher after a thud to the court following a foul by Sacramento’s Vince Carter in the Warriors’ 112-96 win.

The second-year pro, who appeared to be trying to dunk, did a scissor kick in the air over Carter’s shoulder before landing hard on his back. He lay in agony for about 10 minutes as the crowd quieted. Carter, who was given a flagrant 1 foul, knelt nearby as medical personnel from both teams along with Kerr rushed onto the court.

Players for both teams eventually came to the floor and huddled in prayer as McCaw was placed on a stretcher and wheeled away with his neck stabilized.

The Warriors were later informed that McCaw had feeling in his legs. Still, Kerr was shaken when he and some of his assistant coaches visited McCaw in the hospital late Saturday night. A handful of Golden State’s players were also there.

“We were very encouraged, but when we got there, he was not doing great,” Kerr said. “He was immobilized, had some painkillers. It really wasn’t until this morning that I felt good about the news. Everything seems to be progressing now. His parents are up there [and] his girlfriend, so he’s in good hands.”

The Warriors have been playing with a banged-up roster most of the season. All-Star point guard Stephen Curry could miss the first round of the playoffs with a left knee injury. Klay Thompson returned Saturday after sitting out eight games with a fractured left thumb. Kevin Durant has been nursing a rib injury.

How long McCaw will be out is uncertain.

“We haven’t given one ounce of thought to the basketball aspect of it right now,” Kerr said. “We’ll wait and hear the re-evaluation on Thursday and see what happens. Right now, that’s not on our minds.”

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LAS VEGAS — Malcolm Subban made 22 saves for the Vegas Golden Knights, taking over for Marc-Andre Fleury in a 4-1 win against the Vancouver Canucks at T-Mobile Arena on Tuesday.

Fleury made seven saves in the first period but did not start the second because of an undisclosed injury. He was hit in the mask by a Brandon Sutter shot 10 minutes into the first.

Vegas (47-21-5) leads the San Jose Sharks by eight points for first place in the Pacific Division.

 

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Golden Knights coach Gerard Gallant did not have an update on Fleury.

“Not really, no. I haven’t heard anything yet,” he said. “Trainers told me he’s not coming back tonight.”

Gallant confirmed the move to bring in Subban was not to give Fleury rest. Fleury has started 21 of the past 22 games.

Subban played his first game since Feb. 2.

“I was just trying to think of making every save,” Subban said. “The guys made it pretty easy for me. A lot of shots were from the outside. It definitely made it easy for me.”

Fleury gets the win, his 402nd in the NHL, which moves him past Chris Osgood and into 12th place on the all-time list.

Jonathan Marchessault, Cody Eakin, Pierre-Edouard Bellemare and Tomas Tatar scored for the Golden Knights, who won for the sixth time in nine games (6-3-0).
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“As soon as we realized Subban was going in we were talking to each other in the locker room saying, ‘Let’s make sure to be strong for him,’” Bellemare said. “He hasn’t played in a while and he needed us to play a strong defensive game. I think we managed pretty well.”

Sutter scored for Vancouver (25-39-9), which lost for the seventh straight time (0-7-0), its longest streak since losing eight in a row from March 26-April 9, 2017. Jacob Markstrom made 24 saves in his fifth straight loss.

“I didn’t think we had the start we needed to to play against a good team,” Sutter said. “Teams like that that are fighting for playoff positioning, they’re playing well right now, and we’ve got to match it.”

Marchessault ended an 11-game goalless drought at 3:56 of the first period to give the Golden Knights a 1-0 lead. Eakin scored 57 seconds later to make it 2-0.

“I had good chances the past couple of games, and that’s just the way it went,” Marchessault said. “You just have to stick with it. Slumps are going to happen throughout the season, and it was good to get one past the goalie.”

Bellemare scored his first goal since Jan. 21 with 33 seconds remaining for a 3-0 lead.
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Tatar made it 4-0 at 14:21 of the second period.

Sutter scored at 8:27 of the third period to cut the lead to 4-1.

“It was a good game, basically,” Bellemare said. “There was a lot of goals that were made because of good plays, not just because of lucky bounces. I think a lot of them were flowing in the system and it was fun.”

 

Goal of the game
Marchessault’s goal at 3:56 of the first period.
Marchessault’s opening tally
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Save of the game
Subban’s save on Sutter at 1:02 of the second period.
Subban’s strong pair of saves
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Highlight of the game
Eakin’s goal at 4:53 of the first period.
Eakin tallies on a lucky bounce
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They said it
“I thought our first wasn’t good enough and we played OK for two periods, but even OK against a team like this isn’t good enough. This is a very good team and we needed to be at our best to be in this.” — Canucks forward Daniel Sedin

 

“He looked real confident. It’s been over a month since he’s played. I was really impressed and happy with him.” — Golden Knights coach Gerard Gallant on Malcolm Subban

 

Need to know
Vancouver has been outscored 23-7 during its losing streak. … Canucks forward Brendan Leipsic played 14:43 and had one shot on goal in his first game against his former team. He was traded for defenseman Philip Holm on Feb. 26. … Gallant is one win away from his 200th as an NHL coach. … Tatar’s goal was his second for Vegas since being acquired in a trade from the Detroit Red Wings on Feb. 26.

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The strength of Philadelphia Flyers defenseman Shayne Gostisbehere always will be his offensive play.

But he’s shown marked improvement in his defensive play this season and regularly plays against opponents’ best forwards.

“When you get trusted to do something, it instills more confidence and makes you want to play better,” Gostisbehere said. “Last year, I wasn’t playing against the top lines, and this year I am. Just shows the confidence they’ve instilled in me and the trust they put in me. For me to go out there and do it, it’s going to make me want to play harder and do my best.”

Good health has helped Gostisbehere this season. He had surgery to repair hip and abdominal muscle injuries May 17, 2016, and although he played 76 games last season, he never was at full strength and was scratched five times.
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This season, he’s healthy and looks more like the player who finished second in Calder Trophy voting and set an NHL record for rookie defensemen with a 15-game point streak in 2015-16. Entering their game against the Pittsburgh Penguins at Wells Fargo Center on Wednesday (8 p.m. ET; NBCSN, TVAS, NHL.TV), he’s tied for fourth among NHL defensemen with 50 points (10 goals, 40 assists), six behind John Klingberg of the Dallas Stars.

The Flyers (34-21-11) are third in the Metropolitan Division, two points behind the first-place Washington Capitals and one behind the Penguins.

And Gostisbehere isn’t just skating better in the offensive zone; he’s combined his speed with a better understanding of what’s necessary to be successful in the defensive zone.

“He sees plays that are developing and coming up ice, and he’s a guy that is able to break up plays before they get going,” Flyers coach Dave Hakstol said. “When he’s playing on his toes and with a ton of confidence, you see that in his game.”

The big shift for Gostisbehere came Dec. 23 when he was paired with Ivan Provorov, Philadelphia’s ice-time leader (24:20 per game) and the player used most against opponents’ best players

Gostisbehere has been equal to the upgrade in competition. In 30 games paired with Provorov, he is plus-13 and has been on the ice for 12 5-on-5 goals-against, tied with Patrik Nemeth of the Colorado Avalanche for the fewest among the 68 NHL defensemen who have played at least 500 minutes at 5-on-5 since Dec. 23, according to NaturalStatTrick.com.

Although Provorov doesn’t have Gostisbehere’s offensive flair, he leads Flyers defensemen with 12 goals and can be just as effective in the offensive zone.
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That’s a change for Gostisbehere, who previously has had defensive-minded partners: Andrew MacDonald, Brandon Manning and Robert Hagg.

“I’ve just got to be careful,” Gostisbehere said. “I jump up in the play a lot and so does he. If I see him going up there, I can’t be too excited to get there too. We’ve got to have one guy back. That’s the biggest adjustment. When I was with [Hagg], I was the first guy jumping. When I know [Provorov] can, that also conserves my energy a little bit. I can play both ends just as well.”

Gostisbehere’s teammates have noticed his development in all areas.

“He’s just really smart positionally,” forward Wayne Simmonds said. “Might not be the biggest guy, but he’s probably got one of the best sticks in the League. Not much gets through him. And he usually stops the play before it even gets into the defensive zone. That’s pretty good defense, if you ask me.”

Gostisbehere never will be a physical force in the defensive zone, but he has been more aggressive. He has 43 hits through 62 games, matching his NHL best set in 76 games last season. He also has 84 blocked shots, putting him on pace for 106, which would be a new personal best, topping the 94 he had last season.

He’s breaking up more plays in the neutral zone and using his speed, smarts and quick stick to contain opponents.

“I try to play it like if I was on the other side of that puck, what I wouldn’t want a defender to do to me and that’s (take away) time and space,” Gostisbehere said. “I’m more lethal with time and space. I can have time to crank up and get some speed. If I don’t allow other guys to do that it’s going to be tough for them to play better offense against me.”