New ‘Bus’ for Steelers? Leighton Vander Esch’s next stop could be Pittsburgh

The last notable Bus associated with the Steelers was Jerome Bettis.
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That could be changing in April’s NFL Draft.

Leighton Vander Esch does not share the same nickname with the Pro Football Hall of Fame running back, but the Boise State linebacker’s family actually owns a bus. That’s right 鈥?a 40-foot coach that can sit 30 passengers, complete with a mini-kitchen, tables and televisions. And just like the Jerry Mobile that Cowboys owner Jerry Jones brings to NFL happenings, there’s no mistaking who is connected with this vehicle.

The bottom line is that the Ravens needed a backup quarterback, and they didn’t have a ton of cap space or viable options. Griffin accepted a contract worth not much more than the veteran minimum. (The extra benefit is that Griffin could be used in a change-of-pace Wildcat-style package, if the Ravens would choose to do that.)
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Whatever the reason for adding Griffin, the status of Flacco can’t be overlooked. The price for winning Super Bowl XLVII included a market-value contract for Flacco, backloaded in a way that required a restructuring two years ago. Now, Flacco has a salary of only $12 million but, due to payments previously made, a cap figure of more than twice that. Cutting him would trigger more than $28 million in dead money.

After giving up the triple to Goldschmidt, the 31-year-old left-hander retired 17 of his final 18 batters.

The Giants’ best scoring chance off Godley came in the fifth, when Buster Posey reached on a fielder’s choice and went to third on Brandon Crawford’s one-out single. But Godley got Hunter Pence to pop out to first and Gregor Blanco on a grounder to second.

He did everything we needed him to do on a night when we might’ve been a little short in the bullpen, Diamondbacks manager Torey Lovullo said.

Ijalana, who was Shaun Livingston Jersey a second-round pick by the Colts in 2011, has been with the Jets since 2013 and made 13 starts in 2016. He returned to his role as a backup in 2017 and appeared in 11 games.

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