Keidel: How Are We Supposed To Feel About Aaron Hernandez?Aaron Hernandez committed suicide, ending his life sentence for murder and his own life, which could have turned out so much better.
Keidel: Who Cares If It's Early? No One Saw Yankees Starting Like ThisThey've gone from the 1969 Yankees to the 1998 Yankees in no time.
Keidel: LeBron's Not Done YetThe Cavaliers are struggling, but do you really want to bet against LeBron James, who's reached the NBA Finals in six straight seasons?
Keidel: Eli's Reported Involvement In Memorabilia Scandal Defies All LogicEli Manning is the closest thing to football royalty this town currently has, which is why Thursday night's bombshell report is very difficult to digest.
Keidel: Dan Rooney Didn't Play A Single Down, But Did More For Football Than AnyoneSteelers chairman Dan Rooney lorded over more football, and remolded it, more than any of his endless string of Hall-of-Famers.
Keidel: Giants Would Be So Lucky To Have McCaffrey Available At 23Thanks to their surprisingly good 2016 season, the Giants are looking at low picks at the NFL draft in a few weeks. But a gem could be had early.
Keidel: Mets Should Do The Right Thing By Signing Noah Syndergaard, Jacob DeGrom To Long-Term DealsGet two aces for the price of one. And make the Mets competitive for the next five years, if not beyond.
Keidel: Dolan Continues To Fail Knicks FansThe Knicks are bad because of James Dolan's management missteps, yet Dolan takes out his anger on those who dare to criticize.
Keidel: Baseball Gods Have Not Been Yankees Fans So FarThe good news is the Yankees just beat the Orioles. The bad news is the Bombers are already 2 1/2 games behind Baltimore in the standings.
Keidel: Westbrook Has Dominated NBA... So What?Despite Russell Westbrook's stellar stat sheet, the Thunder won't win the NBA Finals, which is the ultimate goal.
Keidel: Mets Sure Goofed By Letting Bartolo Colon Leave For BravesColon, the Swiss Army knife of MLB pitchers, is the perfect pitcher for any rotation, especially one as young, gifted and turbulent as the Mets' starting staff.
Keidel: Make No Mistake, Romo Was A Top-Tier QuarterbackRomo would be a Hall of Famer if he had a Super Bowl ring. He has the most touchdown passes (248) in franchise history, a history that includes Troy Aikman and Roger Staubach. Romo has more passing yards (34,183) than any QB in club history.