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Report: Raiders send scouts home until after the draft
The hay may not be fully in the barn, but the barn has been emptied of any livestock. The Raiders have sent their scouts home until after the draft, according to Ian Rapoport of NFL Media. Per the report,...
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Is Tyreek Hill already facing a Personal Conduct Policy suspension?
The league moved quickly to launch an investigation regarding possible child-abuse complaints involving Chiefs receiver Tyreek Hill, so quickly that the request for information came before the date of the...
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Keeping tabs on the fifth-year options for 2016 first-round draft picks
Twenty-nine players who were first-round draft picks in 2016 have fifth-year options for the 2020 season, and their teams must decide by May 3 whether to pick up those options. We’ll list each first-...
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For national attention, eight teams have low expectations or populations
If you get a lot of prime-time games, it’s usually because you’re good, interesting, or at least from a city with a lot of people. So it’s worth noting the teams on the other end of the...
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JoeJuan Williams and Darrell Henderson will attend second day of draft
The NFL announced earlier this month that 23 players will be in attendance for the first night of the draft and there’s a chance that some of those players may also be there on Friday night if things...
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Brandon Bolden back to Patriots, a year after they made him think he sucked
When the Patriots cut Brandon Bolden last year, he took it hard. Bolden says that when he got cut by Bill Belichick, he figured that if the NFL’s best coach didn’t want him, he must not be a...
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Russell Wilson’s cap number maxes out at $39 million
The week began with the Seahawks and quarterback Russell Wilson engaged in a stare down. The week is ending with the dust fully settled on a new five-year, $157 million deal. The contract has an average...
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Best of PFT: Rosen drama, Cowboys takeover
The latest edition of ProFootballTalk recaps the quarterback dilemma in Arizona and the best Jerry Jones quotes of all-time.
Best of Unbuttoned: Lock, Mock draft, NFL schedule
Relive the best moments from this week's episodes of 'Chris Simms Unbuttoned,' including an interview with Drew Lock, recapping the 2019 NFL schedule and a dueling mock draft with Rotoworld.
Falcons bring back Ra’Shede Hageman
Defensive lineman Ra’Shede Hageman’s second chance in the NFL will come with the same team that gave him his first chance. Hageman was released by the Falcons in September 2017 after a domestic...
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Lawyers claim someone is trying to sell the Kraft video
One day after a judge slammed the door on a plan by prosecutors to release the secretly-recorded surveillance video that purports to show Patriots owner Robert Kraft engaged in sexual activities, lawyers...
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Haskins plans bowling party on night of draft
Dwayne Haskins is going to have a bowling party on the night of the 2019 NFL Draft with his family and friends in attendance.
Would NYG drafting rookie QB create distraction?
The Giants continue to heap praise on Eli Manning, but will that continue if they draft a quarterback early in the 2019 NFL Draft?
PFT Draft: Best Jerry Jones quotes of all time
Mike Florio and Charean Williams draft the best quotes from Cowboys owner Jerry Jones since he bought the team.
Bills will take on Cowboys on Thanksgiving
The Bills landed a primetime slot with the Cowboys on Thanksgiving, and Buffalo could give Dallas a surprise if Jason Garrett and his staff aren't ready.
Seahawks want to extend Bobby Wagner, but worry about negotiations
Seahawks linebacker Bobby Wagner has decided to act as his own agent in upcoming contract extension talks. The Seahawks hope it ends up better than in their past. Former Seahawks Russell Okung and Richard...
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How DAL will approach draft without 1st-round pick
Charean Williams sees the Cowboys targeting safeties and running backs in the 2019 NFL Draft to help add depth to a team that should compete for the NFC East.
Cowboys are ready to pay up for Amari Cooper
Amari Cooper is next in line to get a massive extension from the Cowboys, but Dallas may end up losing other key contributors because of these big deals.
What's Cowboys breaking point with Dak contract?
The Cowboys and Dak Prescott may have a hard time coming to the right AAV for a new extension, and Charean Williams believes Dallas would let him walk if the number got too high.
Will Zeke force issue on Cowboys with holdout?
Ezekiel Elliott may have received a private promise from the Cowboys to work on his extension later in the summer if he reports to voluntary workouts.
Chiefs should prepare for offense without Hill
Tyreek Hill's son was reportedly removed from the family's home, and Mike Florio and Charean Williams discuss what that could mean for the Chiefs receiver's future in Kansas City.
Why Mahomes may take step back in 2019
With a whole season of tape available now on Patrick Mahomes, Charean Williams believes the Chiefs QB could take a small step back in 2019.
Jaguars owner: “All of our weaknesses have been addressed”
The Jaguars haven’t made that many moves of significance this offseason, other than dumping quarterback Blake Bortles and replacing him with Nick Foles. That was enough to fill them with confidence....
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Cowboys rumors aren't going away for Payton
The Sean Payton-Cowboys rumors won't go away unless Dallas signs Jason Garrett to an extension as he enters the 2019 season on the final year of his deal.
Golden Tate likes having more time to learn the offense
Wide receiver Golden Tate expects this offseason’s change of teams to go more smoothly than the transition he had to make last season. Tate was traded from the Lions to the Eagles in the middle of the...
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Barkley still believes he was right pick for NYG
Saquon Barkley believes his Rookie of the Year honor justifies the Giants' decision to draft him over a young QB like Sam Darnold.
Cardinals continue to keep Josh Rosen in the dark
Josh Rosen's relationship with the Cardinals may now be beyond repair after the team seems to be keeping their young QB in the dark about their plans with the No. 1 overall pick.
Coughlin wants all players at voluntary workouts
Jaguars' Tom Coughlin wants all of the team's players to go to voluntary workouts but the NFLPA has come out and opposed his stance.
Stephon Gilmore: We’re coaching each other up right now
With Brian Flores now the head coach in Miami, Greg Schiano focusing on faith and family and several other members of last year’s defensive staff working elsewhere, safeties coach Steve Belichick is...
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Dolphins need Charles Harris to deliver this year
As the Dolphins look to a future built on draft picks, it would help if they were getting production from some of the high picks already on the roster. Specifically, they need 2017 first-rounder Charles...
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Texans feel D’Onta Foreman’s “back in good shape”
Texans running back D'Onta Foreman tore his Achilles in November of his rookie season and it took more than a year for him to be deemed ready for a return to the active roster last December. Foreman...
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Joe Haden: We’re right in it when the season starts
The Steelers found out their schedule for the 2019 season on Wednesday night and they’ll be in a high-profile spot right off the bat. They’ll be in New England for the first Sunday Night...
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MLS to expand to 30 teams, Panthers owner wants one
Major League Soccer announced last night plans to expand to 30 teams, two more than they had planned. And Panthers owner David Tepper has made it clear he wants one. “Professional soccer at all levels is...
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Seahawks undecided on Germain Ifedi’s fifth-year option
Teams have until May 3 to exercise fifth-year options on players drafted in the first round of the 2016 draft and some have already made their call. The Cowboys and Dolphins are using their respective...
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NFL sought information on Tyreek Hill investigation before second incident
It’s unclear what the NFL will do about the current child-abuse investigation involving Chiefs receiver Tyreek Hill. It is now clear that the NFL mobilized its internal investigative procedures before...
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Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti donates $100,000 to Louisiana churches
Benjamin Watson’s call for help has been answered. According to Jonas Shaffer of the Baltimore Sun, Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti donated $100,000 to help rebuild the three historically black churches...
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Jaguars may use drones to hold shade over stands on sunny days
The Jaguars are talking about getting creative to make fans more comfortable during hot and sunny home games. Jaguars owner Shad Khan said he’s seen proposals to use drone-powered “artificial...
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Paul Richardson tried to play through fractured clavicle last season
There’s a saying that there is a difference between being hurt and being injured in the NFL. If you’re hurt, you can play. If you’re injured, you can’t. Washington Redskins wide...
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NFL V.P. regrets lengthy road odysseys for Raiders, Buccaneers
Developing the 256-game regular season schedule in a fair and balanced fashion isn’t the easiest task to accomplish each spring. When trying to account for stadium availability, broadcast partners,...
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John Schneider not expecting hold out from Frank Clark
With a new contract in place for quarterback Russell Wilson, the Seahawks can now turn their attention toward franchise tag defensive end Frank Clark. General Manager John Schneider spoke about Clark’...
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Report: Tyreek Hill’s son was recently removed from the home
With an investigation regarding potential child abuse allegations still open, the Kansas City Star reports that the three-year-old son of Chiefs receiver Tyreek Hill recently was removed from the custody of...
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T.J. McDonald ready to play football wherever he is
The direction of the Dolphins’ organization has changed since last season. Thus, much of the roster has changed. Safety T.J. McDonald has remained. Now 28 and in his seventh NFL season, McDonald is...
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Dave Gettleman dusts off the “need” versus “talent” debate
Every year at this time, one or more General Managers wade into the debate regarding whether teams draft based on need, or whether they take the best available players. On Thursday, Giants G.M. Dave...
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Geneo Grissom visits Lions
Free agent defensive lineman Geneo Grissom visited the Lions on Thursday, Howard Balzer reports. Grissom, 26, spent most of the past four seasons with the Patriots. The Colts signed him before the...
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Draft countdown: Jaguars could go offense at No. 7
Chris Simms continues his countdown to the 2019 NFL Draft by taking a look at the Jacksonville Jaguars' options with No. 7 pick, and does some work association with the number seven.
NFL teams prefer Rosen, Murray, Haskins?
Michael Jenkins and guest Travis Thomas debate who will have the better professional career between Josh Rosen, Kyler Murray, and Dwayne Haskins.
Browns like what they see in Jeffery Simmons
Browns General Manager John Dorsey has made no secret that he’s a fan of Mississippi State defensive tackle Jeffery Simmons, talking Simmons up at the Senior Bowl, the league meeting and again at his...
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Season-tickets holders are among the AAF creditors
If you paid for AAF season tickets and didn’t see a full season of games, you likely won’t be getting a full refund. As noted by Daniel Kaplan of SportsBusiness Journal, the 1,117-page list of...
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Matthew Stafford’s absence hasn’t changed Lions’ plans
Matthew Stafford remains with his wife, Kelly, who is recovering from brain surgery. The Lions aren’t saying when the quarterback might arrive at the offseason program, but his absence won’t...
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Dwayne Haskins going bowling on draft day
Dwayne Haskins is the only one of the top-four quarterback prospects not attending the draft. His decision has nothing to do with recent speculation his draft stock is dropping, the Ohio State quarterback...
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Damion Square visits Titans
With the draft a week away, much of the attention focused on the NFL is on that event but there are still veteran free agents looking for places to play in 2019. Defensive tackle Damion Square is one of...
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Falcons send contingent to West Point to learn leadership, teamwork
A group of Falcons players, coaches and front office executives visited the U.S. Military Academy at West Point earlier this month. The group, which included Ricardo Allen, Grady Jarrett, Alex Mack, Steven...
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Kareem Jackson working at safety for Broncos
The Broncos were short on cornerbacks at this week’s voluntary minicamp. Chris Harris is absent while trying to land a new contract, Bryce Callahan is recovering from foot surgery and Isaac Yiadom is...
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