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SANTA CLARA, Calif. Jarrett Allen Jersey . - San Francisco 49ers general manager Trent Baalke said Saturday that he expects the NFLs decision on a possible suspension for linebacker Aldon Smith to be announced soon, perhaps even before the preseason begins Aug. 7. Baalke also stressed that he had not been told of any specific timeline from the league — just that Smith will meet with NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell soon and a decision should come shortly after that. "Dont have a date. We know its going to happen sooner rather than later. Certainly, this isnt something thats going to drag into the season and may not even drag as far as into the preseason games itself," Baalke said. "Its something thats going to be addressed. Weve been in contact with the league, the leagues been in contact with us, but we dont have a set date at this moment." Smith was sentenced last week to three years of probation and to spend 11 days with a work crew after he pleaded no contest to drunken driving and weapons charges. He is expected to serve on the work crew on Mondays, which are a scheduled day off for the 49ers. Baalke said 49ers owner Jed York has spoken with Goodell about Smiths expected discipline. The linebacker underwent treatment at an in-patient facility and missed five games last year following his DUI arrest, though he did play the first game after the incident. Baalke said the team can lobby on Smiths behalf and for a speedy decision but cant decide how the process plays out. "Do we have any say? We can give our thoughts. We can give our input. But its really up to the commissioner," Baalke said. Baalkes comments came during a rare and impromptu visit with writers inside the new media workroom at Levis Stadium. He addressed all team matters — or, in many cases, declined to address them — during the 47-minute session, including the contracts of tight end Vernon Davis and training camp holdout and right guard Alex Boone. Davis and Boone skipped the teams voluntary off-season workout program and mandatory minicamp, which could draw a fine up to $70,000. Davis has since returned for training camp and said hes focused on football. Baalke declined to discuss eithers contract status at length. Asked if Davis should be among the recent players such as quarterback Colin Kaepernick and left tackle Joe Staley given an extension, Baalke said "hes certainly one of those guys that deserves to be a 49er." Baalke also was asked if there had been any recent discussions with Boone or his agent, possibly trading the lineman and the teams philosophy about negotiating with training camp holdouts. Each time, Baalke said he didnt want to get into a "merry-go-round" of discussing the issues. "I find nothing positive is going to come from discussing any of this, our strategies, how we deal with players, how we deal with this situation versus others," Baalke said. "Ive never seen anything positive come from that, with anybody thats used those techniques." Baalke also reverted to that answer when asked about the contracts of wide receiver Michael Crabtree and left guard Mike Iupati. Both are entering the final seasons of their deals. But the general manager spoke of a consistent theme throughout while addressing the countless issues around that team: that the 49ers have enough talent and depth to compete for the franchises elusive sixth Super Bowl title. San Francisco has gone to three straight NFC championships and one Super Bowl without winning the Lombardi Trophy. Baalke said its up to the players in camp to come together and make it happen now. "The saying that I like to go by is, Individuals win games. You win a lot of games with individuals. You win championships with teams," he said. "Teams win championships — thats the bottom line. Can you take 90 guys at the start of camp and meld them into a team that has the fortitude, the resolve, the work ethic, the passion, the compassion, all those things that go into building a team? Thats the challenge. Thats the greatest challenge. We like our odds." DeMarre Carroll Jersey .com) - Charlie Davies netted a pair of goals, including the series-winner on Saturday, as the New England Revolution battled the New York Red Bulls to a 2-2 draw in the second leg of the Eastern Conference Championship at Gillette Stadium and advanced to MLS Cup final via a thrilling 4-3 aggregate victory. 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Milanovich said during a conference call Tuesday an MRI found no serious damage to Owens knee. There remains swelling in the joint and thigh that Milanovich figures will sideline Owens, the CFLs outstanding player in 2012, for the scheduled opener at new Tim Hortons Field. "Hell more than likely be out this week," Milanovich said. "Theres a little swelling around his knee where he took the hit but nothing else thats going to keep him out for a very long time." The Argos (3-6) have lost two straight but are atop the East Division, four points ahead of Hamilton (1-6), the Ottawa Redblacks (1-7) and Montreal Alouettes (1-7). Owens, 32, was the CFLs leading receiver when he hurt his foot in a 34-15 home loss to Calgary on July 15. He had seven catches for 92 yards and a TD against Edmonton before being hurt. The loss of Owens is a blow to Torontos pass-oriented offence (league-high 289.1 yards per game). Owens has 35 catches for 431 yards and two TDs and is averaging a league-high 107.8 yards receiving per game. Hes also the Argos top punt returner (17.3-yard average, one TD). Fortunately, Torontos walking wounded are returning. Receiver Jason Barnes is back after missing time with a knee injury and Milanovich is hopeful safety Matt Black (arm) and running back Steve Slaton (stinger) will play Monday. He also expects to know later this week if veteran slotback Andre Durie (clavicle) can go against Hamilton. "With Andre, were still waiting to get clearance and see how he performs in practice," Milanovich said. "Im hoping to know more Thursday, the first day we practise but Andres very close." Yet questions exist whether Mondays game will take place. Tim Hortons Field was due to open June 30 but construction delays forced the Ticats to play their first three home games at McMaster University. If Tim Hortons Field isnt ready in time, the contingency plans are to play the next day either at the Hamilton facility or Torontos Rogers Centre. But Ticats owner Bob Young said Monday the club is determined to play the contest Monday, as scheduled. "Its something I was trying to find an answer to (Monday) and I cant say I was given a definitive answer but I was encouraged to believe the game will take place Monday and so thats how were approaching it, Milanovich said. "Weve set up our practise schedule that way and if thaat changes that will be unfortunate but right now were going to assume were playing Monday. Jeremy Lin Jersey. ." On Tuesday, Toronto released veteran cornerback Dwight Anderson, running back Jeremiah Johnson and receiver Terrell Sinkfield. The Argos acquired Anderson, 33, from the Saskatchewan Roughriders on July 7 and the eight-year veteran had 27 tackles, three sacks and two tackles in seven games. But Milanovich said the moves werent a sign the Argos blame the trio for their last two losses. "Its getting to that time of the year when the NFL gets to the cutdown point," Milanovich said. "Theyre not the reason why weve lost the last two games. "We do want to make some adjustments to our roster in the hopes we can get some more production at those positions and to do that youve got to make some space." Anderson helped Saskatchewan win the Grey Cup last season and Toronto was looking to the five-foot-11, 188-pound veteran to bring experience and veteran savvy to a young defence that returned just four starters from 2013. The move also reunited the colourful Anderson, regarded as the CFLs top trash talker, with Milanovich, defensive co-ordinator Tim Burke and Argos GM Jim Barker. Milanovich and Burke were assistant coaches with Montreal when Anderson was there while Barker was in Calgarys front office in 2008 when Anderson was a Stampeder. "I think our DBs are playing well and progressing and there are a couple still on our roster that wed like to get a look at as well as the distinct possibility well have another one coming in here shortly," Milanovich said. "We just had to make a move and today it was Dwights turn." Sinkfield joined Toronto in March as a free agent and in five games had seven catches for 90 yards and a TD. He also had one rushing attempt for six yards, 11 kickoff returns for 240 yards and a punt return for nine yards. Johnson, another free-agent signee, ran for 110 yards on 21 carries in five games and also added 15 catches for 112 yards with one touchdown. On Tuesday, the CFL announced veteran slotback Weston Dressler had cleared NFL waivers and was an unrestricted free agent. Dressler, 29, spent six seasons with Saskatchewan before being released in January and signing with the Kansas City Chiefs, who released him Monday. There are reportedly five teams interested in Dressler, the CFLs top rookie in 08 and a two-time league all-star, but it doesnt seem Toronto is one of them. Milanovich said the Argos hadnt discussed Dresslers availability but expected that to happen. "Certainly hes a very talented player." Milanovich said. "Its not something at this point that weve sat down and made a conscious effort about but Im sure it will be discussed (Tuesday night) at some point." Cheap NFL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale NFL Jerseys Jerseys From China Wholesale NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys ' ' '


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