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Chris Simms unveils his top six offensive linemen for the 2021 NFL Draft with Oregon's Penei Sewell taking the top spot.

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NFL now says Cody Ford block that drew big flag in playoff game was legal
In overtime of a playoff loss in January of 2020, Bills lineman Cody Ford was hit with a huge penalty for an illegal blindside block that knocked Buffalo out of field goal range. At the time, rules experts...
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Derrick Henry: Single digits are cool, but bring back throwback helmets
Titans running back Derrick Henry wore the No. 2 jersey at Alabama and during the preseason of his rookie year, so he might be a player who would appreciate the new NFL rule proposal that would let running...
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Tony Buzbee fires back at Rusty Hardin’s claims on behalf of Deshaun Watson
During his first press conference on behalf of Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson, attorney Rusty Hardin made a significant admission. Hardin acknowledged that some of the massages Watson arranged eventually...
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Should Rusty Hardin have let Deshaun Watson speak on Friday?
On Friday, attorney Rusty Hardin held his first press conference in connection with the Deshaun Watson cases. Hardin, at the outset of the press conference, acknowledged that he considered having Watson...
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Phillip Adams’ brain will be studied for CTE
Earlier this week, former NFL defensive back Phillip Adams shot and killed five people before killing himself. Adams’ father said that “football messed him up.” Scientists will take a...
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Report: Comments regarding Deshaun Watson cost Houston Chronicle reporter Aaron Wilson his job
The Deshaun Watson controversy has resulted in someone losing his job, and it wasn’t Deshaun Watson. Diana Moskovitz and Kalyn Kahler of Defector.com report that Aaron Wilson no longer works for the...
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Aaron Rodgers caps a solid first week at Jeopardy! guest host
Whether he retires, makes off-day trips to Los Angeles during the season, or loads up with show tapings before training camp and during the bye week, Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers may soon have a...
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NFLPA will have a hard time getting veterans to skip offseason workouts
For the NFLPA, in-season work stoppages don’t work, because no players want to lose game checks. An offseason boycott also may not work, because veterans players won’t want to risk losing the...
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Is Lance worth trading your entire draft for?
Amid reports that Washington is considering trading their entire 2021 draft slate to move up and select NDSU QB Trey Lance, Mike Florio and Myles Simmons argue that the idea isn't as crazy as it sounds.
NFLPA tells NFL it will urge players not to show up for any in-person offseason work
The NFL Players Association continues to push back against the NFL’s desire for in-person workouts this spring. The union wants an all-virtual offseason, arguing it is the smartest and safest approach...
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PFT PM Draft: Best golf foursomes - NFL edition
Inspired by The Masters, Mike Florio and Myles Simmons select current or former NFL players and coaches who would make up the best golf foursome.
Jackson County Prosecutor’s Office reviewing Britt Reid crash
The Jackson County Prosecutor’s Office confirmed to WDAF-TV that it is reviewing the crash involving former Chiefs assistant coach Britt Reid for charges. The review began this week, and the prosecutor’s...
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Will college prospects who opted out be impacted?
According to a report, at least one owner drafting in the top-10 is hesitant to select a player who opted out of the college season. Mike Florio and Myles Simmons discuss how opt outs could impact prospects...
Watson's side of the story leaves Florio wanting
As Deshaun Watson's attorney, Rusty Hardin, finally breaks his silence and speaks to the press, Mike Florio and Myles Simmons find the arguments from Watson's camp lacking in the face of 22 accusers.
Cam Robinson officially signs franchise tag
News came March 18 that Jaguars left tackle Cam Robinson would sign his franchise tag, but it didn’t become official until Friday. Robinson finally has signed the tender, according to the NFL’s...
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Raiders sign Karl Joseph
Safety Karl Joseph is officially back with the Raiders. Joseph spent four years with the team before leaving for Cleveland as a free agent last year. Joseph was back for a visit with the team this week,...
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Most plaintiffs suing Watson must identify names
Two judges have ruled that most of the plaintiffs suing Deshaun Watson must identify themselves, while Rusty Harden accuses Tony Buzbee of using women’s anonymity to “kill the reputation of our client.”
Lonnie Johnson to remain at safety
The Texans drafted Lonnie Johnson in the second round in 2019 to play corner. He moved to safety full time last season. New defensive coordinator Lovie Smith expects to keep Johnson at safety. “Lonnie...
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Broncos bring back Nate Hairston
Cornerback Nate Hairston appeared on Thursday’s transaction wire because the Broncos released him and he was back on it Friday. Mike Klis of KUSA reported that Hairston’s release was a “...
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Malcolm Butler not trying to replace Patrick Peterson, may not take his number
Patrick Peterson, a cornerback who was chosen to eight Pro Bowls over a 10-year career in Arizona, left the Cardinals this offseason. Malcolm Butler, a cornerback who’s had plenty of success in the...
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Patriots cut Ross Reynolds
The Patriots waived offensive guard Ross Reynolds on Friday, according to the NFL’s transactions report. Reynolds, 25, has never appeared in an NFL regular-season game. The Patriots activated him from...
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McCourty Twins reflect on Cam's COVID-19 scare
Devin and Jason McCourty reveal that it was a "real scare" when Cam Newton tested positive for COVID-19 and share the challenges and sacrifices NFL players must accept to remain safe for their families and...
Rusty Hardin admits that Deshaun Watson’s massages sometimes resulted in consensual sex
On the heels of a pair of victories in court on the question of whether the women suing Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson would be required to disclose their names, attorney Rusty Hardin held a press...
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Steelers sign T.J. Carter
The Steelers have added another player on the defensive side of the ball. The team announced the signing of defensive end T.J. Carter on Friday afternoon. They also signed linebacker Jamir Jones earlier...
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Report: John Lynch, Kyle Shanahan keeping plans to themselves
Mac Jones may be the clear favorite to go third overall to the 49ers, but even the team’s assistants aren’t certain who the team will take. General Manager John Lynch and coach Kyle Shanahan...
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Report: Phillip Adams shootings were sparked by decision to stop medication
It remains unknown why former NFL defensive back Phillip Adams shot and killed a prominent South Carolina doctor, his wife, two grandchildren, and another person. A new report supplies a potential motive....
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Draft prospect Antonio Phillips underwent microdiscectomy last month
Ball State cornerback Antonio Phillips did not work out at the school’s pro day today. Phillips’ agent, Ross Jones, told Mike Garafolo of NFL Media that Phillips underwent a microdiscectomy on...
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Justin Houston set to visit the Ravens next week
The Ravens will be meeting with one of the top free agent pass rushers next week. According to multiple reports, Justin Houston will be in Baltimore to visit with the team next Tuesday. Houston was No. 65...
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Caleb Brantley, Thaddeus Moss among five players cut by Washington
The Washington Football Team cleared some space on the roster Friday. The team announced that they have cut five players. Defensive tackle Caleb Brantley, wide receiver Emanuel Hall, running back Javon...
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Jaguars sign Daniel Ross
The Jaguars have brought back one of their own free agents for depth along the defensive line. Jacksonville announced the signing of defensive tackle Daniel Ross to a one-year deal on Friday. He had gone on...
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Bengals hire Louie Cioffi as defensive quality control coach
The Bengals are bringing back a former member of their coaching staff in a new role. Louie Cioffi has been hired as a defensive quality control coach. Cioffi was on the team’s staff from 1997 to 2010...
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Bears re-sign Michael Joseph
The Bears have brought back one of their exclusive rights free agents, re-signing defensive back Michael Joseph on Friday. Joseph has not appeared in a regular-season game, but has been with the club since...
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Trey Lance schedules second Pro Day for April 19
Trey Lance will throw for NFL teams once more before the upcoming draft. Per ESPN’s Chris Mortensen, Lance has scheduled his second Pro Day for Monday, April 19 — 10 days before teams select in the...
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Seahawks re-sign Damarious Randall, move him to corner
Damarious Randall will be staying in Seattle, but he’ll be playing a new role in 2021. The Seahawks announced that they have re-signed Randall on Friday. They also announced that Randall will be...
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Najee Harris isn’t fond of comparisons to other running backs
One of the staples of draft season is hearing analysts compare this year’s crop of prospect to past and future NFL players at the same position. Former Alabama running back Najee Harris is the subject...
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More unnamed plaintiffs suing Deshaun Watson must reveal their identities
Barring a settlement, more of the unnamed plaintiffs who are suing Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson will be required to attach their names to their cases. Following a Friday morning ruling that one of the...
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Report: Falcons G.M., coach now aligned on fourth overall pick
Falcons G.M. Terry Fontenot and coach Arthur Smith are divided on what to do with the fourth overall pick. Unless they aren’t. D. Orlando Ledbetter of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports that...
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Asante Samuel Jr. wants NFL teams to see him as a dominant cornerback
At 5-foot-10 and 180 pounds. Florida State cornerback Asante Samuel Jr. acknowledges that he might not have the ideal size teams are looking for, but he believes his tape tells the story of what kind of...
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Could the Eagles be lurking for Deshaun Watson?
Much has to happen before Deshaun Watson could be traded, especially if he’s going to be traded at or around the 2021 draft. If, somehow, Watson manages to properly and appropriately settle the 22...
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PFT Draft: Who should still be mad about a loss?
Mike Florio and Peter King draft which NFL teams are justified to still be upset about certain games they lost, featuring the Saints loss to the Rams and the Raiders loss to the Patriots.
Which doesn't belong: QBs on one-year deals
Mike Florio and Peter King play 'What doesn't belong and why' with QBs on one-year deals, QB whispers with Tom Brady and more.
JuJu Smith-Schuster says Chiefs, not Ravens, were his second choice
The Chiefs got involved late in the running for receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster. The recruiting effort, which included coach Andy Reid texting photos of a Lombardi Trophy, didn’t keep Smith-Schuster from...
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Jordan Jenkins: My shoulder rehab is going pretty well
The Texans brought in linebacker Jordan Jenkins on a two-year deal worth $6 million last month, one of the many free agent deals the club made to start General Manager Nick Caserio’s tenure. But Jenkins...
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Nick Bosa shares videos showing progress in ACL recovery
49ers defensive end Nick Bosa said in February that he will return from last year’s torn ACL better than ever and he’s showing the work that he’s putting in to make that happen. Bosa has...
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Will some teams pass on players who opted out?
The week began with Ohio State coach Ryan Day questioning whether players who opted out of the 2020 college season love football. The week is ending with chatter regarding whether one or more NFL teams will...
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Week in Review: Darnold trade, Fields draft stock
Mike Florio and Peter King recap all the biggest headlines from the last week in the NFL, including Justin Fields' draft stock, Sam Darnold going to the Panthers and more.
How NYJ ended up deciding on their QB situation
Peter King and Mike Florio look at the steps the Jets took to figure out that Sam Darnold wasn't their franchise QB, why Zach Wilson is their likely pick at No. 2 and more.
Edelman's 2021 season may be limited
Peter King and Mike Florio look at what could be next for Julian Edelman with knee issues lingering for the Patriots' receiver.
Is Matt Ryan era in Atlanta about to end?
With Matt Ryan set to play in his 14th season, Mike Florio and Peter King discuss the possibility of the Falcons using their 4th overall pick on a QB.
49ers coy with Jones, Saban ahead of NFL Draft
Mike Florio and Peter King discuss the 49ers' decision not to grill Nick Saban during Mac Jones' pro day.
Any concerns as Lawrence skips Indy medical exams?
Mike Florio and Peter King discuss Trevor Lawrence's decision to skip medical exams in Indianapolis ahead of the NFL Draft.
Is Watson trying to get legal issues cleared soon?
Mike Florio and Peter King break down the latest news surrounding Deshaun Watson's legal situation as the Texans QB's attorney wants the names of the accusers to be public.
2021 NFL Draft has more uncertainty than last year
Peter King and Mike Florio look at how the 2021 NFL Draft is providing even more uncertainty for NFL teams this year than last year.