Monday’s Transactions


Summary: Major transactions in baseball, basketball, football, hockey, and soccer took place on Monday, impacting various teams and leagues.

In Major League Baseball, the Miami Marlins announced that General Manager Kim Ng will not be returning for the 2024 season.
In the National Basketball Association, the Golden State Warriors waived Gs Kendric Davis and Donovan Williams, and F Javan Johnson.
Turning to the National Football League, the Dallas Cowboys elevated RB Malik Davis and LB Malik Jefferson from the practice squad to the active roster. They also signed DE/LB Tyrus Wheat and reinstated CB Nahshon Wright from injured reserve. However, they placed LB Leighton Vander Esch and CB C.J. Goodwin on injured reserve.
The Jacksonville Jaguars signed CB Amani Oruwariye to the practice squad, while releasing OLB Derek Parish from the practice squad. Meanwhile, the Pittsburgh Steelers designated WR Diontae Johnson and RB Anthony McFarland to return from injured reserve to practice, and the Washington Commanders signed DT Abdullah Anderson to the practice squad, releasing DE William Bradley-King.
In the National Hockey League, the Colorado Avalanche loaned G Justus Annunen and LW Riley Tufte to Colorado (AHL), and the Columbus Blue Jackets recalled G Jet Greaves from Cleveland (AHL).
In the American Hockey League, the Chicago Wolves acquired LW Max Comtois.
Lastly, in Major League Soccer, Inter Miami CF signed M Gregore to a contract extension through 2025.

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