Durante uma entrevista sobre Capitão América: Guerra Civil, os irmãos russos foram questionados sobre se eles estariam interessados ​​em fazer um filme solo de Viúva Negra. Apesar do calendário do estúdio não constar nenhuma produção envolvendo Natasha Romanova de maneira solo, é possível que algo seja alterado:

“Ah, sim, nós amamos esse personagem, e nós amamos Scarlett. Nós achamos que (Viúva Negra) é uma das personagem mais ricas – se não a mais rica – no universo Marvel. Ela é assombrada por demônios e sua compreensão do mundo é fascinante . Eu acho que há muita coisa que pode ser feito com esse personagem.”

Ambos Scarlett Johansson e Kevin Feige têm comentado sobre a possibilidade de um filme solo de Viúva Negra; Scarlett recentemente dissera que “compartilha uma visão similar.”

“Eu acho que há espaço para um filme independente. Natasha tem uma história realmente rica de origem, e eu tenho sido muito cobrada para construir esse personagem a este ponto onde eu acho que agora posso começar a revelar lados diferentes da dela.”

Mas para além destas citações, não há nada que a Marvel está realmente considerando um filme solo. Como nas história em quadrinhos são muito emocionante, qualquer filme sobre ela seria épico. Vamos ficar na torcida quem sabe essa novela tem um final feliz!

NFL trope season is here! The finest in recycled themes

Every NFL offseason is unique. It’s also exactly the same.

With mandatory minicamps coming to a close, let’s take a look at some prevalent storylines this time of year. Behold, the top offseason tropes of 2018…

The good news is that there are conversations that have begun, Quinn said Thursday, via the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. We’ll keep those private. I have a lot of faith in the organization and also in Julio that things will get resolved with good communications. I’m sure that’ll be a part of it as well.

We’re left to assume those conversations were about quelling Jones’ contract concerns, not about where LeBron James will sign this summer.

Everyone we’ve heard from this week — Matt Ryan, other teammates, and now the coach — dismissed Jones skipping mandatory minicamp as a big deal. In the grand scheme of things, it’s not a long-term issue. Until we hear from Julio, however, it’s all just white noise.

Jones has seen his five-year, $71.25 million contract extension — $14.25 million per year average — passed over seven times over. He now sits as the eighth-highest paid receiver in the NFL, behind Antonio Brown, Mike Evans, DeAndre Hopkins, Sammy Watkins, Jarvis Landry, A.J. Green, and Davante Adams in per year average.

On the one hand, Jones should have expected when he signed a deal through the 2020 season other receivers would eventually pass him in earnings. On the other hand, with a finite number of years to play professional football Jones owns the right to seek out as many paydays a team is willing to oblige.

If you’re Jones, you’re probably ecstatic to see your teammate make tons of cash. Cool, bro. Do you. Let’s go for drinks later.

It may be the same scenario Bell faces in Pittsburgh. Teammate Antonio Brown signed a contract in February 2017 that made him the highest-paid receiver in football at $17 million per season.

As Sports Illustrated’s Jonathan Jones noted, Jones is making an average of $11.475 million throughout the rest of his deal. That’s almost $6 million less than Brown annually.

Gardner said hopefully this isn’t my last year with the Yankees.

I’ve been honest about not ever wanting to get traded, he said, wanting to stay here and thankfully I’ve been very fortunate to spend 11 seasons here and it’s a special team and I’ve gotten to know a lot of special people. So hopefully this isn’t my last year here, but I think the way that I play on the field and trying to stay healthy for the whole season will dictate that.

Gardner said he feels great physically and that he doesn’t think age has affected him much.

Buoyed by the power of social media, her video began to be noticed around the world. Actor Hugh Jackman posted a heartfelt message back to her, saying, Hi Cassidy…. I’m Hugh. I want you to know you’re loved, special & smart. You’re strong, funny & beautiful both inside and out. BULLYING IS NOT OK. Please never stop asking for help. You will find it from people and places you never thought possible. I’m your friend.

Donald, who skipped the voluntary organized team activities, enters the final year of his rookie contract and will earn a base salary of $6.89 million in 2018.

While he wasn’t fined for missing OTAs, Donald is now subject to fines for being absent from minicamp, which requires attendance. A player can be fined $14,070 for missing the first day, $28,150 for the second day and $42,215 for the third day, a total of $84,435 for a three-day absence.

Meanwhile, Donald’s contract situation doesn’t come as a surprise.

The Rams have publicly stated throughout the offseason there is optimism for a deal to eventually get done, and coach Sean McVay has pointed out the communication line remains open both ways.

Taking care of Donald sooner than later would benefit the Rams, however.

The team spent a good portion of the offseason adding a trio of high-profile defensive pieces with defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh, cornerback Marcus Peters and cornerback Aqib Talib. And having Donald in the mix ahead of the regular season will only make the defense better.

Sheffield entered the season as the 16th-rated prospect in Keith Law’s Top 100 for ESPN.

Jonathan Loaisiga, a 23-year-old right-hander currently pitching for Double-A Trenton, is another candidate.

Tanaka’s injury came one day after fellow Yankees starter Jordan Montgomery underwent season-ending Tommy John surgery. Even before that surgery, the Yankees likely were in the market for a pitcher ahead of the trade deadline.

The slumping catcher perhaps figured he hadn’t done anything special in this win that kept the Yanks a game behind the Red Sox in the AL East.

Not true.

On the contrary, this was as complete an effort as we’ve seen all season from Sanchez, who has good power numbers but with an average that is hovering just above the Mendoza line and constant outside criticism about his blocking skills.

If Wentz’s knee hadn’t given out in Week 14, it’s a pretty safe bet (we’re allowed to do that now, right?) he’d be the reigning league MVP as you read this. He’s likely to be ready for the start of the season, and it’s hard to come up with a good reason why The Face Of The Eagles will regress in Year 3. Just entering his prime, Wentz is the type of quarterback who appears to have been built in a football lab for maximum efficiency. Everything is in place for another big year. Really big.

As far as the on the field impact, it seems like the Browns got one heck of a player. He was Pro Football Focus’ eighth ranked linebacker in 2017. He was a major piece of an Eagles defense that won the Super Bowl as well.

Kendricks should instantly make the Browns’ linebacking group a little bit more stout after struggling last season. Although, the attitude he is bringing to the locker room may be questionable now.

It is just so strange, and it really couldn’t happen to anyone else besides the Browns.

The Seahawks continue with yet another line formation after moving on from the likes of Luke Joeckel, Matt Tobin, Oday Aboushi and Mark Glowinski.

eagles_083The midseason pick-up of Duane Brown settled left tackle. Now 2017 second-round pick Ethan Pocic gets his turn at left guard. Center Justin Britt, their best overall lineman, is flanked at right guard by D.J. Fluker, who’s coming off a shaky season with the Giants but is a solid, experienced option over any of the youngsters.

Braun, who had an RBI single in the seventh and tripled in the ninth, is batting .403 with 40 RBI in 33 games in Philadelphia.

Counsell benched 3B Travis Shaw for failing to run out a ground ball to the pitcher in the seventh. Morgan’s throw was high, but 1B Carlos Santana had enough time to leap, find the bag and retire Shaw.

Brewers: Kratz, who was plunked in the left ribs and left upper arm, shook off getting hit both times.

Instead the decision was made to lie, and paint the picture that these players are anti-America, anti-flag and anti-military.

We will continue to fight for impacted citizens and give a voice to those who never had one.

Rays:RHP Chris Archer (left abdominal strain) is scheduled for a bullpen session Saturday and will face hitters Tuesday. … CF Kevin Kiermaier (torn ligament in his right thumb) is lined up to start a minor league rehab assignment Tuesday with Class A Charlotte. … SS Adeiny Hechavarria (right hamstring strain) could join Charlotte on Monday.

Fans watching batting practice got a treat when Ichiro Suzuki hit in the Mariners’ last batting practice group. The 44-year old special assistant to the chairman, who started the season as a player before the team moved him into the front office position, sent around a dozen balls into the right-field seats. Suzuki had 3,089 hits over 18 years in the majors.

Mariners: RHP Felix Hernandez (6-4) will make his 18th career start against Tampa Bay. He is 9-2 against the Rays including his perfect game on Aug. 15, Eagles coach Doug Pederson addresses White House visit: ‘We’re moving on’

Rico Gathers gaining weight, hopes to gain some playing time in Dallas

eagles_084When the Cowboys spent a sixth-round draft pick on Rico Gathers in 2016, they knew it would take a while for him to develop: Gathers, who played basketball at Baylor, hadn’t played football since middle school.

But after two NFL seasons and zero regular-season games played, it’s time for Gathers to finally show what he can do on the field. Toward that end, Gathers said he is gaining weight to get into the 280-285 range, significantly bigger than the 265 he weighed in at a year ago, when he said he like he was getting pushed around too much in the preseason.

He’s a different player now than he was a couple of years ago when he first showed up, Garrett said. But he just needs to play more football.

Gathers isn’t the tight end who will make people forget Jason Witten, but he’s hoping that he can at least get on the field at a position where the Cowboys are now trying to replace one of the best ever to play it.

The 25-year-old Williams played every snap last season and has become a very important cog in the Panthers’ offense. If Carolina can’t get a deal done with him and he has another strong season in 2018, the Panthers would likely put the franchise tag on him, which would guarantee him a 2019 salary in the $15 million range.

Teoscar Hernandez (R), 38 percent, Toronto Blue Jays at Tampa Bay Rays (Undecided): Hernandez has quietly picked up where his strong September left off. He’s handled both righties and lefties en route to an .839 OPS with 10 homers and three stolen bases. He has a near-even home-run split, with six against righties and four against lefties, so a multi-pitcher bullpen game from the Rays shouldn’t be a major issue for Hernandez.

Washington Capitals vs. Las Vegas Golden Knights RECAP, score and stats Game 2

eagles_085Alex Ovechkin, Braden Holtby and the Washington Capitals stayed cool in the 100-degree Vegas heat and evened the Stanley Cup Final.

Holtby made 37 saves, Ovechkin scored a power-play goal and Lars Eller added a goal and two assists in the Capitals’ 3-2 victory over the Vegas Golden Knights in Game 2 on Wednesday night.

Washington lost leading scorer Evgeny Kuznetsov to an upper-body injury in the first period after a big hit from Vegas defenseman Brayden McNabb. The Caps avoided any hotheaded retaliation and concentrated on a gritty effort that was enough to even the series.

We talked about the policy,Vrabel said. I wanted to make sure that everybody understood the policy that just came out, so as coaches and players and everybody in our organization, we’re fully aware of what the policy is. With that being said, we’re also fully aware that we have (controlling owner Amy Adams Strunk’s) and the entire organization’s support to make a decision based on that policy.

No Titans players ever have knelt during the national anthem, but a handful have found other ways to participate in the widespread protest against racial discrimination and police brutality, which former 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick began two seasons ago.

Titans wide receiver Rishard Matthews, whose father is a longtime Marine and whose brother was killed in Afghanistan, remained in the locker room rather than stand for the anthem before nearly every game last season. Matthews declined to speak when approached for an interview last week.

Other Titans have raised a fist in the air once the anthem concludes.

Davenport’s ability to absorb the technicalities of the position will help him solidify a starting spot.

Despite logging 21.5 career sacks at Texas-San Antonio, he’s still a raw addition to the defensive line. He also stood up as opposed to lining up in the three-point stance at the end of his collegiate career.

According to head coach Sean Payton, via Times-Picayune reporter Josh Katzenstein, Davenport took reps on the right side of the defensive line during rookie minicamp.

The Saints re-signed Alex Okafor, who contributed as a pass-rusher on the right side but tore his Achilles in November. The 27-year-old poses competition for Davenport, but time away from the field during the offseason likely moves him to a reserve role. The rookie starts and plays through the ups and downs in his first year.

Penn’s return would shift Miller to the right side, where he’s expected to start at a position that’s been a revolving door. Menelik Watson, Austin Howard, Vadal Alexander and Marshall Newhouse have all spent significant time on that end.

Would he replace Brown or line up on the strong side with more pass-rushing responsibilities?

According to WKBW Buffalo’s Joe Buscaglia, McDermott gave direction to Edmunds at middle linebacker where he also practiced during drills. “McDermott had Edmunds lined up at middle linebacker, practicing how he attacked running plays through specific gaps. Once they got to 9-on-9s, Edmunds once again played the middle linebacker spot.”

Assuming this trend continues, Lorenzo Alexander takes the strong-side position, where he racked up 12.5 sacks two seasons ago. At a position in need of playmakers, Edmunds lands with a team ready to roll him out as a Week 1 starter.

Surprisingly, safety Derwin James fell to the Chargers at No. 17. The front office opted not to re-sign Tre Boston. With the addition of the Florida State product, the team can comfortably move on at the position. bucks_246

Will exhausted Justify have enough left to win Triple Crown?

If Transylvania had a race track, this was what it would have looked like. For six days, rain had turned its surface into the Okefenokee Swamp. Then, at approximately 4 p.m. the joint disappeared.

The enveloping fog didn’t roll in. It positively swallowed Pimlico Race Track. North of tote board, the barns were invisible. Northern Parkway just behind them was invisible, and the Baltimore’s City very existence had to be taken on faith.

When they re-emerged, shortly before the quarter pole, Mike Smith, Justify’s jockey had asked him the question all jocks ask their mounts must ask when the race is on the line — and the big chestnut responded as though he’d been shot out of a cannon. Good Magic was not going to catch him. In point of fact, Good Magic had troubles of his own — two of them, to be exact.

Bravazo, a Wayne Lukas horse, and Tenfold, a lightly raced newcomer, were closing on him. The match race battle between Justify and Good Magic was a dandy, but Justify was gone and uncatchable. In the end, Justify put away Bravazo by a length and a half with Tenfold another neck back. Good Magic faded to fourth.

It was impressive but hardly easy.

I wasn’t liking at all what I saw before they disappeared into the fog, Justify trainer Bob Baffert said. “Mike (Smith, the jockey) was hitting him left-handed very early and I knew we were in a fight. Then I finally saw them again and Bravazo was coming, and all I could do was pray that the end of the race track would come up fast.

That led the team to announce that he “has not yet officially retired,” which only really created confusion.

Hall went on to do a radio interview on 106.7 The Fan to try to clarify, saying he didn’t want to make any big announcement during Kerrigan’s event, but adding that he wasn’t misquoted either.

“Am I done playing football?” Hall said, via the Washington Post. “I’m probably 95 percent sure I’m done playing football. But I wanted to do it the right way. I wanted to give the . . . organization the respect they deserve and obviously do it with them when the time was right. . . . And I wanted to do it at a press conference. I was in L.A. with NFL Network a couple weeks ago and I wanted to do it then, but the time wasn’t right. [Former Cowboys tight end] Jason Witten had just announced. I didn’t want to take anything away from him.

“I just wanted to wait for the right opportunity for myself to do it. I wanted my one last hurrah. I didn’t want to announce it over social media or anywhere else besides in that . . . building that I spent the last 10 years of my career on stage with the group of guys who brought me there.”cowboys_061

Eagles’ Jay Ajayi sued for allegedly trashing mansion after Super Bowl

Jay Ajayi is being sued after the owner of a Los Angeles mansion claimed the Eagles running back trashed the house and shoved him, TMZ Sports reported.

Ajayi, 24, rented the house for five days in February right after the Eagles defeated the Patriots in the Super Bowl. He allegedly hosted three parties, despite the contract for the house saying no parties.

According to the home owner, he charged Ajayi $5,000 for each party he held and tacked on fees for damages to the house, which allegedly included scratched floors, a broken table and the “no smoking” rule being violated.

The owner claims Ajayi didn’t pay the fines and when he confronted Ajayi, the running back allegedly “pushed [him] on [his] chest in a menacing and threatening manner.”

Boston’s guards should amp up their off-the-bounce aggression. If they have to shake only one defender on a pick-and-roll (their own), they should tilt those defenders off balance before the screen — perhaps by faking toward it, and then darting the other way.

The Ravens will hold a press conference on Thursday to announce lower prices on concessions at M&T Bank Stadium. Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti suggested that such a move could be coming at his end-of-season press conference.

How much cheaper it will be to eat and drink at Ravens games remains to be seen, but it won’t be a great surprise if other teams choose a similar route given Atlanta’s successful foray into moderating prices inside the stadium.

The family gathered around Kirk. They watched basketball and talked to him. “It was probably his best day in the hospital, and we were able to talk and joke, and the NCAA tournament was on,” Kyle said. “It was a really important day for us.”

Doctors put Kirk at No. 1 in the Midwest on the liver transplant list, and a donor was soon found in Colorado. There was optimism that he would be OK.

“Just all these things were happening to where we all got to be together to where I thought, ‘Oh, this has to have a good ending,'” Klayton said.

The plan was for the liver to be flown to Iowa and for Kirk to undergo surgery on the morning of March 20.ravens_175

Philip Rivers on Antonio Gates: Don’t know where I’d be without him

There was little sign that the Chargers would bring tight end Antonio Gates back for the 2018 season and the team made their plans to move on without him official on Monday with statements thanking the veteran for his years with the team.

Rivers called it “a unique opportunity” to share so much of his career with Gates and both the NFL and Chargers record books attest to how unusual it is for two players to find so much sustained success together.

Said the NFL Players Association in announcing the grievance: “Our union is aware that Eric Reid and his legal representatives filed a collusion claim, which will be heard through the arbitration process as spelled out in our Collective Bargaining Agreement. Our union supports Eric and we are considering other legal options to pursue.”

The development isn’t a surprise. And Reid’s argument will be similar if not identical to the argument previously made by former 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick. Put simply, they’ll both contend that the NFL’s teams adopted a coordinated approach to the shunning of players who were deemed to be “bad for business” because of their role in the anthem protests.

Some believe it’s perfectly legitimate to reject players who have protested in the past or who may protest in the future. This overlooks the reality that the NFL has given players the right to protest, that the NFL confirmed the existence of the right to protest after the phenomenon emerged in 2016, and that the NFL reiterated the existence of the right after President Trump’s comments made the issue a major national subject of debate in 2017.

But even if it’s permissible to shun players for exercising rights given to them by the NFL, it’s not permissible for teams to coordinate when it comes to deciding whether to hire or not hire players. It’s not permissible for teams to coordinate as to any employment issue.broncos_004_3dfdf814f2e037c7-180x180