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Report: Patriots haven’t reached out to Tom Brady yet
The Patriots are the only team that can talk to Tom Brady about a contract right now without violating tampering rules, but a report on Thursday indicates that they haven’t been doing that. Karen...
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Bengals met with Joe Burrow Wednesday
Quarterback Joe Burrow put speculation to rest this week when he said he will play for the Bengals if they draft him with the first overall pick and one of the steps necessary to make that happen took place...
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Aaron Rodgers explains his opposition to proposed CBA
Aaron Rodgers has spoken. Like other high-profile players who are against the proposed CBA, the Packers’ franchise quarterback has shared his opposition to the deal. Unlike those other players,...
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Clyde Edwards-Helaire predicts big things for Christian McCaffrey in Joe Brady’s offense
Clyde Edwards-Helaire had 1,867 yards from scrimmage and 17 total touchdowns last season in Joe Brady’s LSU offense. It helped Edwards-Helaire’s draft stock, and it helped get Brady an NFL job...
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Chase Young says he’s like the Bosa brothers, Julius Peppers, Jevon Kearse
Chas Young is poised to be the third Ohio State defensive end selected with a Top 3 pick in the last three NFL drafts, and Young thinks he plays the game a lot like the other two. Young said today on PFT...
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K’Lavon Chaisson calls himself the most valuable player in the draft
Quarterback Joe Burrow is expected to be the first LSU player selected in April’s draft, but one of his teammates thinks he’ll beat out Burrow and every other player in the draft in another...
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Chase Young not worried about Washington’s flirtation with quarterbacks
Ohio State defensive end Chase Young called himself the best player in the draft. He is not alone in that assessment. Young, though, isn’t likely to go first overall. The Bengals are expected to draft...
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Chargers love what Mike Williams has done with fifth-year option decision coming
A back injury contributed to a slow start for wide receiver Mike Williams after the Chargers made him the seventh overall pick of the 2017 draft, but he’s done a good job of showing his big play...
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Raiders crossing fingers new practice facility will be ready for June minicamp
The Raiders have planned all along to have training camp back in California this summer, but coach Jon Gruden spilled the beans that they wanted to have their June minicamp in their new Las Vegas home. Of...
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Kinlaw grateful his journey led him to NFL combine
Ex-South Carolina DT Javon Kinlaw talks about the scouting combine process, his journey to the NFL and more with Mike Florio.
Could Giants go after Tom Brady in free agency?
The Giants drafted Daniel Jones at No. 6 in last year's NFL draft, but according to reports, that's not stopping them from having interest in Tom Brady.
Wilson, Rodgers among stars opposing CBA proposal
Russell Wilson and Aaron Rodgers voiced their strong opposition of the new NFL CBA proposal despite the deal likely passing amongst the players.
Browns' Berry says Cleveland has plans for OBJ
New Browns GM Andrew Berry says Cleveland still has plans for Odell Beckham Jr. but Mike Florio is still skeptical about their interest in holding on to the talented receiver.
What to expect in QB scouting combine workouts
Josh Norris and Mike Florio preview the quarterback workouts that will go on tonight at the 2020 NFL Scouting Combine.
TEN, DAL, TB face tricky franchise tag decisions
The potential new CBA has made the franchise and transition tag decisions more complicated for a few teams, including the Cowboys, Titans and Buccaneers.
Giants named as potential Tom Brady suitor
We’ve heard several teams mentioned as potential suitors for soon-to-be free agent quarterback Tom Brady, but we hadn’t heard the Giants, until now. Michael Giardi of NFL Network reported that...
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Steelers G.M. looking for bright side to Scouting Combine changes
People on the football side of the football business aren’t known for embracing change happily. But they also know that the business side of the football business has created a new dynamic for this...
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Doug Marrone working on the challenge of London games
The Jaguars have described their two “home” games in London as a business reality. But for coach Doug Marrone, it also creates some football technicalities that he can’t overlook. By...
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Ravens expect Jimmy Smith to hit the open market
The Ravens were very deep at cornerback in 2019, but change could be coming to the group this offseason. They have a decision to make about exercising their option on Brandon Carr‘s contract and Jimmy...
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Division III offensive lineman Ben Bartch gained weight in unusual fashion
It’s a big step to go from Division III St. John’s University in Minnesota to the NFL Scouting Combine. But Ben Bartch had some big — and frankly, kind of gross — breakfasts to help fuel the...
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Bengals planning to part ways with Cordy Glenn
Once upon a time, the Bengals traded for Cordy Glenn to be their left tackle. Then they drafted another one in the first round. Now they apparently don’t need Glenn anymore. Geoff Hobson of the team...
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J.K. Dobbins sees himself as a player like Christian McCaffrey
Former Ohio State running back J.K. Dobbins has one player in mind he wants to emulate in the NFL. “Definitely Christian McCaffrey,” Dobbins said when asked on PFT Live which player he’s...
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Devon Kennard explains his affirmative vote on CBA proposal
Detroit Lions linebacker Devon Kennard was one of the 17 affirmative votes to send the pending Collective Bargaining Agreement proposal to the full NFLPA membership for vote after meetings between the union...
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John Schneider still excited about future of L.J. Collier
The Seahawks weren’t able to get much production out first-round pick L.J. Collier in his rookie season with the team last fall. After injuring his ankle during a training camp practice in late-July,...
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NFL made three concessions on Tuesday
When the NFL and NFL Players Association met on Tuesday, the league made three specific concessions. However, none of them were sufficiently significant to require the NFL’s owners to reconvene for a...
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Trevone Boykin sentenced to three years in prison
Former Seahawks quarterback Trevone Boykin pleaded guilty Wednesday to aggravated assault and witness tampering charges stemming from the 2018 beating of his girlfriend. Boykin and prosecutors in Texas...
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Drew Lock picks Peyton Manning’s brain about offseason preparation
Broncos quarterback Drew Lock wants to learn from the best when it comes to offseason preparation. Lock has been picking the brain of Peyton Manning this offseason, according to Brandon Stokley, who played...
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Report: Colts have interest in Philip Rivers
Melvin Gordon has said he thinks Philip Rivers will go to the Colts, and he’s not alone in that opinion. It makes too much sense with the Colts admitting all options are on the table at quarterback,...
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Former Colts, Seahawks safety Nesby Glasgow dies at 62
Nesby Glasgow, who spent 14 seasons in the NFL, died this week after a long battle with cancer. He was 62. Glasgow played nine seasons with the Colts and five with the Seahawks. “Rest in peace, Nesby...
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Rams “pretty confident” they’ll re-sign Andrew Whitworth
Andrew Whitworth revealed his decision to continue playing this month and the longtime Rams left tackle said he’d like to stay put for a fourth year with the team. While speaking at a press conference...
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49ers open to trading Marquise Goodwin
The 49ers won’t release receiver Marquise Goodwin, but they are open to trading him. “We wouldn’t release Marquise. He’s too valuable,” 49ers coach Kyle Shanahan said, via Matt Barrows of TheAthletic....
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Ramon Foster takes his apparent support for CBA proposal public
In 2011, the Steelers were unanimously opposed to the new CBA. In 2020, they apparently won’t be unanimous. Center Maurkice Pouncey left no doubt regarding his position on the matter when he posted on...
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Ron Rivera calls Dwayne Haskins “a very good, young player”
Ron Rivera’s revelation that Washington intends to meet with two of the top quarterback prospects stole the headlines. But the new Washington head coach also praised his current quarterback, who was...
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Mike McCarthy convinced Dak Prescott is a fit for his offense
Mike McCarthy didn’t need to see much of Dak Prescott to know he was the quarterback for his offense in Dallas. Prescott is scheduled to become a free agent next month. The Cowboys aren’t...
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Mike Zimmer loves Anthony Harris, but says safety isn’t most important position on D
Vikings head coach Mike Zimmer said on Wednesday that he expects defensive end Everson Griffen to return to the team for the 2020 season, but it doesn’t sound like he has the same outlook for safety...
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Jedrick Wills says he’s a teddy bear off the field with a mean streak on the field
Alabama offensive lineman Jedrick Wills was a friendly guy today on the set of PFT Live, but that’s because he didn’t have a helmet and shoulder pads on. Wills said at the Scouting Combine that...
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Browns reportedly interested in Case Keenum
The Browns will be looking for a new backup quarterback, with Drew Stanton headed to free agency. And one of their options is a guy new coach Kevin Stefanski knows well. According to Mary Kay Cabot of the...
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CeeDee Lamb loves that Kyler Murray is pitching him to Cardinals
No receiver prospect can say he had it as good as CeeDee Lamb had it in college. Lamb had Baker Mayfield, Kyler Murray and Jalen Hurts throw him the ball at Oklahoma. “Not many people can say they...
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Franchise and transition tag window will open tomorrow
The NFL is proceeding with business while they wait for the players union to vote on the CBA proposal. And that could make life complicated for a few teams and players. According to Judy Battista of NFL...
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Mike McCarthy gave up play-calling duties to keep successful offense in place
When he was in Green Bay, Mike McCarthy said he would never give up play calling. In his first weeks in Dallas, the new Cowboys coach gave up play calling to Kellen Moore. Never say never. The Packers beat...
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Cam Phillips wins second straight XFL star of the week
Draft prospects are gathered in Indianapolis for the Scouting Combine this week, but there’s another group of players taking part in XFL games that could catch the eye of NFL scouts this offseason....
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Ravens announce six title changes to coaching staff
Early in the offseason, the Ravens saw a couple of their top assistant coaches interview for head coaching vacancies but neither offensive coordinator Greg Roman nor defensive coordinator Wink Martindale...
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Washington to bring top quarterbacks in for visits
New Washington coach Ron Rivera said Wednesday that everything was on the table with the second overall pick. And he wants to make sure everyone is listening when he says it. Via J.P. Finlay of...
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$250,000 cap removed from 17th game
The question of whether the NFL made any concessions during Tuesday’s meeting with the NFL Players Association may hinge on the preferred pronunciation of the word tomato. Some say the league made no...
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Mike Zimmer thinks Everson Griffen will return to Vikings
Defensive end Everson Griffen voided the remaining years of his contract with the Vikings this month, but he may not be moving on to a new team this offseason. When word broke that he’d be wiping out...
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Russell Wilson publicly opposes CBA
Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson usually avoids controversy. When it comes to the proposed CBA deal, Wilson is embracing it. “The NBA & MLB are doing it right,” Wilson said on Twitter....
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Jonathan Taylor thinks consistency sets him apart from other backs
Jonathan Taylor is among the candidates to be the first running back off the board in April’s draft and getting that spot will require him to set himself apart from the other top prospects. Taylor...
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Executive Committee vote changes from 6-5 against to 7-4 against CBA proposal
The group that negotiated the current CBA proposal is even more strongly against the deal than it was last week. Clarence E. Hill, Jr. of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reports, and PFT has confirmed, that...
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Iowa’s Tristan Wirfs says Kirk Ferentz told him he’s ready for the NFL
College football coaches may be ambivalent when their best juniors ask them for advice about whether to enter the NFL draft: What’s best for the team isn’t always what’s best for the...
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Maurkice Pouncey objects to CBA, in strong language
I think we can go out on a limb here, and say that Steelers center Maurkice Pouncey is opposed to the proposed CBA. In fact, he opposes it in a way that challenges our ability to print most of it. Pouncey...
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Mike McCarthy: Goal is to have Amari Cooper and Randall Cobb back
Mike McCarthy coached wide receiver Randall Cobb when both men were in Green Bay and McCarthy would like to do so again in Dallas. Cobb signed a one-year deal with the Cowboys last season and caught 55...
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What's impressed McCarthy about Dak in film study
Cowboys coach Mike McCarthy talks about elements of Dak Prescott's game, what it's like working for Jerry Jones and more.
Mekhi Becton feels he’s the most dominant tackle in the draft
At 6’7″ and 364 pounds, Mekhi Becton is the biggest of this year’s top offensive tackle prospects in the draft and he thinks he tops another list as well. Becton said at his Scouting...
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