After a week of hype films and teases, Stewart-Haas Racing has unveiled its new logo and makeover. The "new brand identity" comes as the organization transitions from Kevin Harvick and Aric Almirola to a new pair of NASCAR drivers.
Stewart-Haas Racing claims to be a racing team. They don't require the frills and amenities that other teams enjoy.
When it comes to NFL free agency, few cases will be more intriguing this offseason than Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver Mike Evans, who is 30 years old and coming off his tenth consecutive 1,000-yard season.
He's as much of an icon as any player in Buccaneers history, having been chosen and groomed by the organization and witnessing the Bucs go through four coaches and four primary starting quarterbacks throughout his time.
However, ESPN predicts that Evans will make his final run with the Buccaneers. The publication predicts that the Chicago Bears will sign Evans after the team's impending postseason run.
"The Bears will utilize the first selection to draft a new quarterback and then invest in that quarterback by signing Mike Evans, one of the best free agent wide outs.
Evans has ten consecutive 1,000-yard seasons and would work well with DJ Moore in this offense," noted analyst Aaron Schatz on the site.
Here's what cap expert Mike Ginnitti of Spotrac wrote about Evans: "Despite breaking the 30-year-old record this season, Mike Evans hasn't slowed down at all.