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Could another 49ers-Patriots quarterback trade be looming?
Last season, the Patriots and 49ers provided a major surprise with a deal that sent quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo from New England to San Francisco. Six months later, could they possibly get together for...
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James Harrison: No hard feelings toward Steelers
Just before the Steelers released linebacker James Harrison late last season, Harrison said he wouldn’t have returned to the team if he knew he’d be relegated to a deep reserve role and...
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Last-minute private workouts can still happen, but should they?
After Wednesday, pre-draft visits to team facilities can’t happen. Pre-draft private workouts can, and will, continue after today. According to the league office, the window for traveling to work out...
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Ryan Kerrigan: Loss of Jonathan Allen was “huge” for Washington defense last year
The Washington Redskins had high hopes for first-round pick Jonathan Allen last season. The unanimous All-American and SEC Defensive Player of the Year at Alabama was off to a strong start in his first five...
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Chiefs-Rams to play in Mexico City on MNF in November
While the full schedule release is set to be announced Thursday night, at least one game of the NFL calendar was announced late Wednesday. The Kansas City Chiefs will face the Los Angeles Rams in Mexico...
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Cardinals know it will be costly to move up for a quarterback
It’s no secret the Cardinals are in the market for a franchise quarterback despite signing Sam Bradford and Mike Glennon in free agency. Baker Mayfield visited Arizona on Wednesday. It could prove...
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Peyton Manning says he’s “a big fan” of Case Keenum
The Broncos have had a hard time replacing Peyton Manning since he retired after the 2015 season. Trevor Siemian has started 24 games the past two seasons, Paxton Lynch four and Brock Osweiler four. The...
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Does Tom Brady want a new contract?
Patriots owner Robert Kraft recently said that, if quarterback Tom Brady‘s contract becomes an issue, the team will deal with it. They soon may have to deal with it. Although the extent to which Brady...
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Cardinals haven’t “shut door” on Tyvon Branch’s return
The Cardinals “certainly haven’t shut the door” on safety Tyvon Branch‘s return, General Manager Steve Keim said Wednesday, via Darren Urban of the team website. Keim added the...
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Saints to re-sign Brandon Coleman
The Saints are re-signing receiver Brandon Coleman, Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reports. He was a restricted free agent who the Saints declined to tender. Coleman, 25, played in 16 games with six starts last...
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Nick Martin taking his rehab from ankle surgery “one day at a time”
Texans center Nick Martin is making progress in his rehab from an ankle injury that required surgery in December. He is running again, though he wouldn’t put a timetable on his return. “Honestly, just...
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Monty Grow gets nearly 22-year prison sentence
Former NFL player Monty Grow was sentenced to nearly 22 years in prison and ordered to pay about $18 million in restitution for a health care fraud scheme, the Associated Press reports. The conspiracy...
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Report: NFL moving kickoff times for night games slightly earlier
West Coast fans probably won’t like it, but most of those on the East Coast probably will. The NFL will kickoff its night games slightly earlier this season, according to Ben Volin of the Boston Globe...
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Dolphins think they could make a move up for a QB, if they choose
The Dolphins still profess confidence in quarterback Ryan Tannehill, but have been open about looking at the top prospects in this year’s draft. And if they need to move up to get one, they think they...
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As expected, Le’Veon Bell a no-show at Steelers’ offseason program
Running back Le'Veon Bell is staying away from the Steelers’ offseason program this week, and no one is expressing surprise. Bell continues working out in Miami as the Steelers begin their...
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Zach Ertz becomes leader of Eagles’ tight ends room
Zach Ertz is only 27, but he has become the leader in the Eagles’ tight ends room. Philadelphia released Brent Celek, and Trey Burton departed to Chicago in free agency. The Eagles signed Richard...
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Courtland Sutton gets in visit with Cowboys
Wednesday is the last day that teams can host draft prospects on visits to their facilities and the Cowboys are spending part of it with a player who they’ve shown interest in over the course of the...
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Tarik Cohen: I don’t feel like I’ve done anything yet
There weren’t many bright spots for the Bears during the 2017 season, but running back Tarik Cohen‘s play was among them. Cohen became the first rookie in more than 50 years to score touchdowns...
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Gronk the NFL player to buy a stake in Gronk the horse
Gronk, a racehorse bound for the Kentucky Derby, will soon be partially owned by Gronk, an NFL player who was in the Super Bowl two months ago. Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski will acquire a minority...
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Devin Hester, Matt Forte to sign one-day deals to retire with Bears
Devin Hester and Matt Forte will sign one-day contracts with the Bears to retire with the organization that drafted them, the team announced Wednesday. Both players spent the first eight years of their NFL...
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Lions sign Raysean Pringle
The Lions announced they have signed cornerback Raysean Pringle. Pringle, 24, signed with the Packers as an undrafted free agent from Southern Utah last May. Green Bay waived him out of the preseason. He...
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2015 NFL draft fifth-year option decision list
The NFL’s Collective Bargaining Agreement gives each team the option to pick up the fifth year of each first-round draft pick’s contract, a decision that must be made in the spring before that...
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Peyton Manning on turning down TV work: I don’t want to be a critic “at this point”
FOX and ESPN both were willing to pay Peyton Manning big money to spend one day a week working an NFL game. The former NFL MVP was the sexiest name available. But Manning, speaking at a Restaurant...
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Family of Aaron Feis, Parkland students to announce some Dolphins picks
The Dolphins made a connection with the community at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida following February’s shooting at the school that killed 17 students and staff and that...
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Today is 20th anniversary of Manning-Leaf draft
Twenty years ago today, the Colts chose Peyton Manning with the No. 1 overall pick. In hindsight, the choice of Manning over Ryan Leaf seems incredibly easy. Manning is headed to the Pro Football Hall of...
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Best of PFT: Rodgers trying to 'trust the process'
Aaron Rodgers' response to his reported dissatisfaction with the Packers, the Giants' first round draft pick and Bradley Chubb comparisons highlight the Best of PFT.
All or Nothing gives short shrift to Jones vs. Goodell
The eight-episode All or Nothing series focusing on the 2017 Dallas Cowboys takes fans behind the curtain on a variety of topics, ranging from the important to the banal. (Case in point: In one 30-second...
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Raiders working out Lamarr Houston today
The Raiders are fully committed to their past, beyond bringing their old coach back this offseason. According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, the Raiders are working out veteran outside linebacker...
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Titans plan to exercise Marcus Mariota’s 2019 option
Teams have to make decisions about exercising options on their 2015 first-round picks by May 3 and some calls are easier than others. One of the easiest is the one that the Titans have to make. Quarterback...
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C.J. Mosley: Good to see Eric Kendricks get paid
Eric Kendricks landed a big new deal with the Vikings this week and the news was noticed well outside of Minnesota. Ravens linebacker C.J. Mosley took note of Kendricks’ five-year, $50 million...
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Tom Brady planning summer passing camp with teammates
Tom Brady hasn’t specifically said that he’s playing football in 2018. Maybe he doesn’t need to. Maybe actions send a stronger message than anything he could say. Consider this fact: Per a...
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Danny Amendola, Frank Gore won’t jump right into leadership roles
When the Dolphins signed wide receiver Danny Amendola and running back Frank Gore as free agents this summer there was a lot made of the team’s attempt to change their locker room culture by signing...
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Roc Nation disputes report that firm wants Saquon Barkley to avoid Cleveland
Few expect the Browns to take running back Saquon Barkley with the No. 1 overall pick in the draft. If they do, his representation claims that it hasn’t encouraged Barkley to force a trade or...
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Derwin James leans on “big brother” Jalen Ramsey
Former Florida State defensive back Derwin James enters the draft in eight days. As he prepares, he has gotten plenty of advice from another former Florida State defensive back: Jalen Ramsey. “That’s...
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Tom Brady documentary producer has nothing to add
When he was promoting his “Tom vs. Time” documentary, filmmaker Gotham Chopra had plenty to say. Now that there’s a fresh “report” saying definitively that Tom Brady either is...
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Will Tom Brady actually walk away from NFL?
As rumors continue to swirl about Tom Brady's NFL future, it remains a question mark if we'll see him back with the Patriots next season.
Making sense of the new Tom Brady report
Tom Brady isn’t committed to playing in 2018. Unless he is. That’s the quick summary of the new report from ESPN, an obvious effort to advance a story that emerged on Monday when Brady didn...
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Report: Saquon Barkley’s agents don’t want him to go to Cleveland
The Browns don’t exactly have a great track record of developing the players they choose in the NFL draft, and the people around one of this year’s top prospects would prefer for him not to be...
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LSU's Derrius Guice not bothered by Barkley praise
Derrius Guice details why NFL teams should draft him, where he needs to improve, his thoughts of Saquon Barkley and shares the best advice he's gotten.
Rodgers taken aback by Nelson's release
Aaron Rodgers is reportedly upset over the Packers lack of communication, but that doesn't mean the team should ask for his opinion on personnel.
Brett Favre disputes report that he stunk up his MNF audition
On Tuesday, the New York Post reported that Hall of Fame quarterback Brett Favre recently auditioned for the vacant analyst gig on Monday Night Football. Per the report, Favre bombed. Favre disputed that...
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Strahan, Bradshaw, Long to work Thursday night pregame for FOX
FOX still hasn’t announced who will be in the booth on Thursday Night Football this season, but it has announced who will be on the pregame set. Michael Strahan, Terry Bradshaw and Howie Long will...
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Maurice Hurst will wreak havoc in the NFL
Josh Norris examines some of the best defensive prospects Bradley Chubb, Maurice Hurst and Jarvis Landry ahead of the 2018 NFL draft.
How high will Saquon Barkley go in NFL draft?
Saquon Barkley appears to be an every-down RB, but with the current value of running backs and the NFL's new rules, he might not be worth a top five pick.
Case Keenum not worried about Broncos draft plans
Even though Case Keenum joined the Denver Broncos in the offseason, there's still a chance the team could use the fifth overall pick on a quarterback.
Brady not committed to returning to NFL
There's a report that Tom Brady has not committed to playing this season, but how likely is it that Brady retires?
Watson doesn't need to change playing style
Unlike Carson Wentz, Deshaun Watson doesn't need to adjust his playing style.
What NBA tanking means for the NFL
There's a specific reason that the NFL doesn't have a draft lottery and that's to ensure that teams don't tank.
Jimmy Graham: Packers hunger was defining factor for me
Tight end Jimmy Graham started work with his new team this week and he took some time on Tuesday to explain what led him to sign with the Packers in the first place. Graham said he’s been “...
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Jason Garrett surprising on 'All or Nothing'
Jason Garrett's persona is very different on the latest Amazon series, All or Nothing, and it's a little strange.
AJ McCarron: Arm strength is overrated, how often do you throw 60 yards?
When AJ McCarron was coming out of Alabama, one of the knocks on him was that he didn’t have a strong enough arm. McCarron thinks that’s nonsense. McCarron, who spent the last four years in...
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Broncos put some incentives in Chris Harris’ deal
The Broncos carved some money out of the budget by trading veteran cornerback Aqib Talib, and they’ve spread some of it back around the secondary. According to Field Yates of ESPN, the Broncos have...
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Keenum didn't ask Elway for No. 7
Case Keenum details why he didn't ask John Elway for No. 7, Denver's welcoming nature, and his love of The Office.