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  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers Quarterback Jameis Winston Endorsing Adrian Peterson Hard

    Adrian Peterson is still gaining fans even if he remains unsigned. The latest one is Tampa Bay Buccaneers starting quarterback Jameis Winston, who recently spoke highly of him. Winston even made a bold statement saying he wants to play with the former NFL MVP.more

  • NFL: Indianapolis Colts Must Invest in Quarterback with Andrew Luck Being Fragile

    The Indianapolis Colts' Andrew Luck recently revealed that the surgery he had in January was for a shoulder injury he initially suffered in 2015. As of this moment, he is still recovering and a definite timetable is unavailable. All of this suggests that the Colts need another quarterback.more

  • Houston Texans News: Tom Savage Exposes Brock Osweiler, Bill O'Brien Loves Patrick Mahomes II

    There is a sense that the Houston Texans feel much better about their quarterback situation with Brock Osweiler gone. In a recent press conference, Tom Savage may have thrown a subtle jab towards Osweiler, who failed to live up to the expectations in the 2016 NFL season.more

  • Kansas City Chiefs to Replace Starting QB Alex Smith with Davis Webb?

    While the spotlight focuses on the top four quarterbacks in the 2017 NFL Draft, Cal quarterback Davis Webb has been working under the radar to make himself an attractive commodity to NFL squads. Webb has visited several squads recently as he positions himself as a possible first-round pick. Webb claimed double-digit teams have told him that he’s a first-round pick in this year’s draft, per ESPN.com report. Based on a latest mock draft by CBS Sports, Webb is a first-round pick, possibly by the Houston Texans at No. 25.more

  • NFL Draft Rumors: 49ers, Bears, Jets Willing to Trade Down?

    The San Francisco 49ers, the Chicago Bears and the New York Jets own the 2nd, 3rd and 6th overall pick in the 2017 NFL Draft. These picks could give them more than just one player, depending on their next decision days before the big day.more

  • Tennessee's Joshua Dobbs Attracts Interest From NFL Teams As Starter Material

    Late-round quarterback prospect Joshua Dobbs is starting to attract the interest of NFL teams as a potential starter in the professional league. The Tennessee Volunteers senior has had a lot of doubters at the end of the 2016 season, but the opinions about him are slowly changing especially after Dobb’s performance in Tennessee’s Pro Day.more

  • Chicago Bears Want Trade With San Francisco 49ers To Secure a Quarterback in 2017 NFL Draft

    Recent rumors are out that the Chicago Bears are planning to trade up their no. 3 pick with the San Francisco 49ers’ no. 2 in the upcoming 2017 NFL Draft to ensure drafting a quarterback. The Bears are thin at the said position even after signing former Tampa Bay Buccaneers veteran backup Mike Glennon to a three-year deal last month.more

  • Dallas Cowboys QB Dak Prescott Quashed Rumored Beef with Tony Romo

    When Tony Romo was still with the Dallas Cowboys, there were rumors that he is unhappy with Dak Prescott replacing him as the team's starting quarterback. It was believed that there was a gap between them, but Prescott recently denied this in a radio interview Saturday.more

  • Jacksonville Jaguars to Host Pittsburgh QB Nathan Peterman

    The Jacksonville Jaguars are scheduled to host Pittsburgh Panthers quarterback Nathan Peterman on Monday as the team is rumored to be set to pick a quarterback in the first round of the 2017 NFL Draft later this month. The team still has Blake Bortles as starting signal-caller, but speculations are out that Bortles’ future with the Jaguars has gone uncertain.more

  • Oakland Raiders Just Trying to Keep Fan Base by Acquiring Marshawn Lynch

    In a few years, the Raiders franchise is moving to Las Vegas. This got fans in Oakland upset, but the impending addition of running back Marshawn Lynch could be the team's way of making them happy and keep supporting before the transfer becomes official.more

  • Philadelphia Eagles, Denve Broncos Eyeing Rutgers Guard Chris Muller

    The Philadelphia Eagles and Denver Broncos are targeting Rutgers guard Chris Muller in the upcoming NFL draft. The two teams are set to host the offensive lineman this week after he worked out with New York squads Giants and Jets earlier this month.more

  • Forget Quarterback Mitch Trubisky, Cleveland Browns Sticking with DE Myles Garrett

    There were reports suggesting that the Cleveland Browns are leaning towards selecting quarterback Mitch Trubisky with the No. 1 pick in the 2017 NFL Draft. These may just be rumors as defensive end Myles Garrett fits the qualifications the team wants in a top pick.more

  • New England Patriots Running Out of Patience With Rusher LeGarrette Blount?

    Veteran running LeGarrette Blount has expressed his intention of returning to the New England Patriots. The Super Bowl champions, for their part, said the feeling is mutual, even offering Blount a contract to return for next season. However, the 30-year-old Blount wants more money from the Patriots after experiencing resurgence in his career under coach Bill Belichick. He carried the ball 299 times for 1,161 yards and led the league in rushing touchdowns with 18.more

  • Dallas Cowboys May Pick QB in Later Rounds at the 2017 NFL Draft

    The Dallas Cowboys suddenly became thin at quarterback with the departure of Tony Romo and the transfer of veteran signal-caller Mark Sanchez to the Chicago Bears. Dak Prescott will be the starter next season while Kellen Moore is expected to serve as backup. Aside from the two, the Cowboys have no other option at quarterback if any of them goes down. The Cowboys are focused on beefing up their defense in the 2017 Draft, planning to use their No. 28 pick to strengthen their secondary, according to Matt Barbato of All 22.more

  • Chicago Bears Eyeing QB DeShone Kizer Amid Questions About his Character

    With an untested Mike Glennon as presumed starter, the Chicago Bears are reportedly looking for a young quarterback from the 2017 NFL Draft. The Bears are reportedly interested in former Notre Dame star quarterback DeShone Kizer amid questions about his character. The Bears have signed Glennon to a three-year, $45 million deal despite spending the past two years as backup to Tampa Bay Buccaneers starter Jameis Winston. They also signed veteran Mark Sanchez to a one-year deal as backup.more

  • NFL Rumors: Several Teams Eyeing Tremaine Brock if Domestic Violence Charges Dropped

    Despite being accused of domestic violence, cornerback Tramaine Brock remains a hot commodity for NFL teams. Reports have it that several teams are willing to take in Brock if he will be cleared of domestic violence charges. According to Jason Cole of Bleacher Report, if the district attorney in Santa Clara, California does not pursue charges against Brock, he is expected to get a payday of between $10 million to $11 million per season. Cole added that a team could sign Brock before the draft to fill their need at cornerback.more

  • Detroit Lions, QB Matthew Stafford Working on Long-Term Contract

    The Detroit Lions recently unveiled their new uniforms. They are hoping that quarterback Matthew Stafford could wear them for years to come. The Lions are working a long-term deal with their long-time quarterback, according to the Detroit Free Press. Lions general manager Bob Quinn did not provide details about the negotiations but expressed optimism that the two sides will come to an agreement.more

  • Marshawn Lynch's Deal With Oakland Raiders Not Yet Finalized

    Marshawn Lynch's retirement lasted just one season. The veteran running back has reportedly agreed to join his hometown team, the Oakland Raiders. While Michael Silver of NFL Network reported that Lynch agreed to terms of a contract with the Raiders, the Mercury News clarified that Raiders and Lynch's representatives have yet to finalize terms. According to ESPN's Ed Werder, the two sides are working on an incentive-laden deal but short on years.more

  • NFL Rumors: Former MVP Adrian Peterson to Sign Contract After 2017 Draft

    There might still be hope for free agent running back and former NFL MVP Adrian Peterson. After meeting with three teams so far this off-season, he remains unsigned. However, good news could come his way once this year's draft, which takes place on April 27-29, concludes.more

  • New York Giants Quarterback Eli Manning in Hot Water Following E-Mail Revelation

    The New York Giants and franchise star Eli Manning could be in big trouble. This is after an email from Manning to equipment manager Joe Skiba was filed as evidence by the side of three collectors who sued the team and the quarterback, among others, for selling helmets that he did not even use.more

  • NFL: Oakland Raiders Hoping to Get Marshawn Lynch from Seattle Seahawks for Cheaper Price

    The Marshawn Lynch to Oakland Raiders talks are heating up again and a negotiation might happen soon. It was reported that the Raiders will work on it, although they want something to happen first. It is for the Seattle Seahawks to lessen Lynch's salary for the 2017 season.more

  • NFL Draft Rumors: 'Driven by Stardom' Impression Might Affect Leonard Fournette's Draft Stock?

    Running back Leonard Fournette is one of the most coveted players in the 2017 NFL Draft. According to experts and mock drafts, Fournette is expected to deliver an immediate impact to the team that will pick him. However, Fournette’s passion for the game has been questioned days before the April 27-29 Draft. This negative impression may turn off interested teams and affect his draft stock.more

  • Tony Romo Hasn't Signed Retirement Papers, Fuelling Comeback Talks

    Unless and until Tony Romo officially announce his and sign his retirement papers, the possibility remains that he will return to the NFL at some point next season. Romo has not signed his retirement papers, 10 days after he announced that he will join CBS as analyst. According to Todd Archer of ESPN.com, many are under the impression that Romo has retired after his release from the Cowboys and his subsequent move to CBS. Archer said Romo has not filed retirement papers with the NFL and is not planning to do so anytime soon.more

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