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  • Cleveland Browns Turn Down Chance to Acquire New England Patriots Quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo

    The Cleveland Browns will rely on the current quarterbacks they have, and perhaps the 2017 NFL Draft. This is after team vice president Sashi Brown shut down the idea of them trading for a quarterback this off-season. The name often linked to them when it comes to this matter is Jimmy Garoppolo of the New England Patriots.more

  • Florida State RB Dalvin Cook May Drop to the Second Round

    Florida State running back Dalvin Cook could get drafted in the second round of the 2017 NFL Draft, according to the latest rumors. The Seminoles junior has been considered as one of the first-round draft prospects this year, but recent projections are starting to drop him to round 2.more

  • Buffalo Bills Want QB in First Round, Target Clemson's Deshaun Watson

    The Buffalo Bills are planning to select a quarterback in the first round of the 2017 NFL Draft and according to rumors, their top prospect is Clemson’s Deshaun Watson. The team is scheduled to visit Watson at Clemson on Friday.more

  • Buffalo Bills Still Undecided on Sammy Watkins Option, Mike Gillislee's Offer Sheet

    The Buffalo Bills are faced with two crucial situations, including one that needs to be addressed immediately this week. The Bills must decide whether they will exercise their option on wide receiver Sammy Watkins for the 2018 season. The Bills must also determine if they will match the offer sheet that restricted free agent running back Mike Gillislee signed with the New England Patriots. Gillislee signed the two-year, $6.4 million offer sheet, which includes $4 million in 2017.more

  • New York Giants Interested in Veteran Rushers Adrian Peterson, LeGarrette Blount

    The New York Giants are in the market for a running back after releasing Rashad Jennings in February. The Giants can either use the 2017 NFL Draft to fill the position or sign veteran free agent rushers such as Adrian Peterson and LeGarrette Blount. According to Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports, the Giants are interested in acquiring either Peterson or Blount. However, La Canfora said the Giants have no intention of overpaying for either especially before the NFL Draft, where they pick 23rd in the first round.more

  • Kirk Cousins Downplays Trade Rumors, Claims He Wants to Stay With Washington Redskins

    Washington Redskins quarterback Kirk Cousins is the subject of trade rumors in the past weeks. Reports have it that the Cleveland Browns plan to trade the No. 1 overall pick to the Redskins for Cousins while the San Francisco 49ers are eyeing him to fill their starting quarterback position.more

  • Oakland Raiders Willing to Walk Away From Marshawn Lynch Deal

    The Oakland Raiders want running back Marshawn Lynch to come on board and boost their rushing game after last year’s top rusher Latavius Murray left and joined the Minnesota Vikings. With negotiations not moving as planned, the Raiders are ready to drop their plan of signing Lynch for next season. Albert Breer of The MMQB said the Raiders were impressed with Lynch’s shape during their meeting. But Breer added that the Raiders are willing to walk away from a potential deal if no deal is made in the coming days.more

  • Detroit Lions, New York Giants Target Florida Linebacker Jarrad Davis in First Round

    The Detroit Lions and New York Giants are targeting Florida linebacker Jarrad Davis with their first round picks in the upcoming 2017 NFL Draft. The Lions will select at no. 21 while the Giants are two spots down at no. 23.more

  • Charles Harris Continues to Climb Mock Drafts; Philadelphia Eagles, Pittsburgh Steelers Potential Landing Spots

    NFL Draft Rumors: Missouri's Charles Harris Continues To Climb Mock Drafts; Philadelphia Eagles, Pittsburgh Steelers Potential Landing Spotsmore

  • Cleveland Browns Could Trade Up 12th Pick For New York Jets' 6th To Draft North Carolina's Mitchell Trubisky

    Recent rumors have emerged that the Cleveland Browns could trade up their no. 12 overall pick to the New York Jets in exchange for the no. 6 pick. The Browns are reportedly trying to get North Carolina quarterback Mitchell Trubisky while the Jets are looking to acquire additional picks in this year’s draft.more

  • New England Patriots May Get Valuable Picks from New Orleans Saints for Malcolm Butler

    The New England Patriots can now trade cornerback Malcolm Butler to the New Orleans Saints after he signed his tender. This is a great opportunity for the reigning NFL champions to move up in the 2017 draft and even gather a number of future selections.more

  • Alfred Morris Still Likely Leaving Dallas, Cowboys Can Use RB to Improve Draft Position

    An inefficient 2016 NFL season led to Dallas Cowboys running back Alfred Morris getting dragged into the trade rumor mill recently. He is still expected to be dealt this off-season and a deal could materialize around the 2017 draft for the Cowboys to move up.more

  • Philadelphia Eagles Undecided on Drafting Oklahoma RB Joe Mixon?

    Contradicting reports are out when it comes to the Philadelphia Eagles’ interest in drafting controversial Oklahoma running back Joe Mixon. Despite his top-caliber skillset, the Sooners graduate has been notorious for off-the-field incidents of domestic violence in the past, making NFL teams wary in selecting him in the upcoming 2017 NFL Draft next week.more

  • NFL Trade Rumors: Cleveland Browns Could Complete Deal to Select Quarterback Mitch Trubisky

    The Cleveland Browns are in dire need of a quarterback, although they are expected to select defensive end Myles Garrett with the No. 1 pick this year. There remains to be hope if they aim to pick a passer early in the draft and this is via a trade with a team like the Chicago Bears.more

  • Cleveland Browns Not Trading No. 1 Overall Pick but Mum on Selection

    Days before the 2017 NFL Draft, all eyes are on the Cleveland Browns, who own the No. 1 overall pick. Many are anxiously waiting for their next move or who will they take from this year’s talented crop of new player.more

  • Aaron Hernandez Cause of Death: Suicide or Murder? Lawyer, Family to Investigate Tight End's Death Inside Jail

    Former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez shocked the sporting world when he was arrested for the murder of semi-pro football player and friend Odin Lloyd in 2013. He made headlines anew when he was found dead inside his jail cell where he was serving a life sentence for the crime. The Boston Globe reported that correction officers at the Souza-Baranowski Correction Center in Shirley found Hernandez hanging in his cell around 3:05 a.m. Department of Correction spokesman Christopher Fallon said Hernandez attempted to block his door from the inside by jamming the door with various items before he hanged himself using a bed sheet that he attached to his cell window.more

  • Houston Texans Coach Bill O'Brien Wants to Acquire Patrick Mahomes

    Recent rumors have emerged that Texas Tech’s Patrick Mahomes has attracted the interest of Houston Texans head coach Bill O’Brien with a little over a week to go before the 2017 NFL Draft. The Red Raiders junior is considered as one of the top quarterback prospects this year.more

  • NFL News: Ryan Fitzpatrick Keeping Himself in Shape, Wants to Play Next Season

    Despite struggling last season, veteran quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick said he will not retire and will just wait for offers, whether as a starter or a backup role. While waiting, Fitzpatrick is keeping himself in shape in case a team needs his services. According to Fitzpatrick, he hasn’t received any offer since free agency began in March. Fitzpatrick said his future will be clearer after next week’s 2017 NFL Draft. After throwing a career-best 31 touchdown passes in 2015, the 34-year-old Fitzpatrick struggled last season, throwing for 2,710 yards and 12 touchdowns with an NFL-worst 17 interceptions with the New York Jets.more

  • NFL Draft Rumors: Defensive Players Reuben Foster, Malik McDowell Losing Draft Stocks

    Defensive players Reuben Foster of Alabama and Michigan State’s Malik McDowell are both expected to be top-10 picks in the 2017 NFL Draft. However, recent developments may have caused a huge drop in their respective draft stocks. Foster, the reigning Butkus Award winner as the nation's top linebacker, underwent surgery on his rotator cuff in February. He was invited to Indianapolis last week for medical rechecks to ensure that he is recovering in time for training camp.more

  • NFL Rumors: Kansas City Chiefs Franchise Quarterback Alex Smith to Be Replaced Soon

    Alex Smith might soon vacate his position as the Kansas City Chiefs franchise and starting quarterback. There is a possibility the team will select a quarterback in the 2017 NFL Draft and it might be more than just his backup. It could be the future main man at the position.more

  • New England Patriots CB Malcolm Butler Accepts Tender, Trade Coming Soon?

    New England Patriots cornerback Malcolm Butler has finally accepted his restricted free-agent tender after signing the said contract on Tuesday. Signing the $3.91 million tender meant that the team can now talk with interested clubs for a potential trade involving the two-time Super Bowl champion.more

  • Dak Prescott, Ezekiel Elliott to Thrive Further with Zack Martin Staying with Dallas Cowboys

    Young stars Dak Prescott and Ezekiel Elliott were arguably the biggest newsmakers in the NFL last season. They arrived in the Big D and quickly made a name for themselves. Now, expect them to continue their ascension with the Dallas Cowboys as Zack Martin will protect them for two more seasons.more

  • NFL: Danny Amendola Takes Another Pay Cut to Remain With New England Patriots

    Veteran wide receiver Danny Amendola is reportedly taking another pay cut to stay with the New England Patriots for a fifth season this September. The eight-year pro had accepted a salary decrease in the past two offseasons and has opted to continue with the trend to have the opportunity to remain with the defending Super Bowl champions.more

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