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The Atlanta Hawks could use a another point guard, and according to Shams Charania of The Vertical, the team has agreed to terms with Quinn Cook, who will sign a partially guaranteed two-year contract. Charania reports Cook’s agent, Jim Tanner, broke the news.

Rumor CentralCook, undrafted out of Duke in 2015, made five appearances with the Dallas Mavericks in 2016-17 and finished last season with the New Orleans Pelicans. Cook played in nine games with the Pelicans and averaged 5.8 points and 1.6 assists. Cook became a free agent July 26 after the Pelicans waived him July 24.

Cook will enter training camp with the Hawks as the third point guard behind Dennis Schroder and Malcolm Delaney.

In other team news, Isaia Cordinier, the No. 44 selection in the 2016 NBA draft, will stay overseas for the 2017-18 season to continue his development, reports The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. Cordinier, from France, has played with Atlanta’s summer league team the last two years. During the 2017 Las Vegas Summer League, Cordinier averaged 4.2 points, 3.3 rebounds and 2.0 assists.

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The Cleveland Browns announced Tuesday that they released defensive lineman Desmond Bryant. The veteran DL, who spent the last four years in Cleveland, did not play in 2016 after suffering a torn pectoral muscle in July.
Bryant logged 14.5 sacks and a forced fumble in 41 starts for the Browns after joining the team as an unrestricted free agent in 2013.

“We’d like to thank Des for all his contributions to the Cleveland Browns in his time with our organization,” Browns Executive Vice President of Football Operations Sashi Brown said in a statement. “He proved to be a leader and tone setter along our defensive front and we wish him well.”

Cutting Bryant, who was slated to be a free agent after this season, will save the Browns $3 million this year, per Spotrac.com.

The Browns announced they signed defensive lineman Brandon Thompson in a corresponding move.

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David Quessenberry was drafted by the Houston Texans in 2013, but he hasn’t seen the field in three years. That will change tonight.

Quessenberry has spent the last three years in a fight against non-Hodgkin T-lymphoblastic lymphoma. The illness put his football career on hold, but he never gave up the dream. Finally cancer-free, Quessenberry will be in uniform when the Texans begin their preseason schedule against the Panthers (7:30 pm. ET on NFL Network).

Quessenberry’s mother and girlfriend were among a group of family members who surprised him on the field before the start of the game.

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Quessenberry’s comeback tale comes two weeks after Steelers rookie running back James Conner, another cancer survivor, found out he has the NFL’s the No. 1 selling jersey.

USA Today says Quessenberry is among a group of interior linemen, including seventh-round pick Kyle Fuller, fighting for a roster spot at guard as the preseason begins. Quessenberry is not a man to be counted out.

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DENVER — Catcher Jonathan Lucroy called joining a Rockies team battling for the playoffs “a breath of fresh air, even if the air is a little thinner.”

However, Lucroy’s debut was delayed Tuesday. After discussing his assignment with a new club during a pregame press conference, Lucroy was scratched from the lineup with a stomach illness, after originally being slated to bat eighth in the series opener against the Mets.
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The Rockies acquired Lucroy from the Rangers, for a player to be named, because he has breathed pennant-race and playoff air — something the entire starting rotation is experiencing for the first time.
“I’m not going to come in and try to do too much,” Lucroy said. “These guys are really talented, and they’ve got a real good group of teachers that are working with them in the coaches. Ryan Hanigan has been back there. I know him from playing against him in the National League Central when he was with the Reds, and he’s a really good veteran catcher who knows what he’s doing.
“I’m not going to be doing much with these guys, other than doing my job to try to help them get better in any way I possibly can, and try to get myself better along the way.”
Lucroy headed to the Rockies
Lucroy headed to the Rockies
MLB.com columnist Richard Justice discusses the impact Jonathan Lucroy can make for the Rockies
Some players are familiar to Lucroy. He played in the 2017 World Baseball Classic with third baseman Nolan Arenado and relievers Jake McGee and Pat Neshek. He was a Brewers teammate with first baseman Mark Reynolds and outfielder Gerardo Parra. Lucroy’s younger brother went to college with closer Greg Holland at East Carolina.
It’s the second straight year Lucroy was dealt at the non-waiver Trade Deadline. The Rangers acquired him from the Brewers last year, after Lucroy exercised his right to turn down a trade to the Indians. The Rangers lost to the Blue Jays in the American League Division Series.
But Lucroy, 31, potentially will get another playoff shot with the Rockies, who entered Tuesday holding the National League’s second Wild Card, 5 1/2 games ahead of the Brewers.
Lucroy’s RBI double
Lucroy’s RBI double
Jonathan Lucroy rips a double into right-center field, scoring Drew Robinson and giving the Rangers a 1-0 lead in the top of the 2nd inning
“Like anything else, whenever you’re wanted and needed, it makes you feel good, makes you feel special, makes you feel a part of something bigger than yourself any time you get brought into a situation like this,” Lucroy said.
Lucroy, who had 53 doubles in 2014 to become the first catcher in modern history (since 1900) to lead MLB in doubles, hit .242 in 67 games with the Rangers this year — 38 points below his career average. But Rockies manager Bud Black isn’t letting numbers sway his knowledge of Lucroy.
“A lot of numbers, yeah. Here’s the deal: I don’t buy into that,” Black said. “What I’m seeing this year, that’s what I’m going on. This guy can catch.”
Worth noting
• The Rockies optioned Tony Wolters, their primary catcher much of the season, to Triple-A Albuquerque.
“The talent’s there for Tony to continue to grow as a Major League catcher,” Black said. “This is no knock on Tony at all. We had a really good conversation in Washington after we knew we had acquired Lucroy. Tony gets it. He understands. Tony’s going to be a good Rockie, and a good big leaguer.”
• Right-hander Chad Bettis, battling back from testicular cancer, will start Thursday for Albuquerque at Round Rock, and is scheduled to throw around 90 pitches in his fifth rehab appearance. It’s possible that Bettis, who underwent surgery in November and chemotherapy in March and April, will make one more rehab start after that before joining the Major League club.