Dak Prescott might already have a path to his next career.

Is Yankees’ Aaron Boone already tracking Red Sox in AL East race?

NEW YORK Around 11:30 p.m. Saturday, it became official.

The Red Sox, for at least another day, would remain atop the American League East standings, thanks to their close road win over the Rangers.

The victory pushed them to 24-9 a game ahead of the scorching Yankees, who beat the Indians, 5-2, on Saturday. It was their 14th win in 15 games an astounding streak.

But for how good the Yankees (24-10) have been, the Red Sox were actually hotter at one point, starting the season 17-2. Since then, they have gone just 7-7.

The Broncos don’t take a quarterback in any round. Even though it might not be the case, the Broncos, because of what’s left on their defense, will think they can vie for a playoff spot in the AFC West with a few quick fixes to their offense. So their pursuit of a young franchise passer could be put on hold as they wait to see whether either Lynch or Chad Kelly will pan out.

Elway, for the first time since the arrival of Peyton Manning, has a definite answer at QB. Not forcing a passer in the draft also would allow for the flexibility required to replenish other positions.

That’s pretty cool to me, Jackson said when told of Baltimore’s supposed laboratory. They want me on the field to utilize my talent and be a quarterback. That’s cool to me.

The Courier-Journal reported that the rainfall Saturday edged out the previous record of 2.31 inches, which held for nearly a century since May 11, 1918.

The weather service also said it was the wettest May 5 in Louisville history.

Justify was the social media and betting favorite to win the Kentucky Derby.

The unbeaten colt, which remained the¬†5-2¬†betting pick less than an hour before the 144th Derby despite the rain throughout the day and the track downgraded to sloppy, was the runaway choice on social media with 14,700 mentions, according to Talkwalker. The analytics firm measured data across social media platforms such as Twitter and Facebook and found that users’ opinions differed from the oddsmakers.

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