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  • Cleveland Browns to Trade No. 1 Overall Pick to Redskins for QB Kirk Cousins?

    Instead of taking a chance in a young quarterback with just one year of experience as starter in college, the Cleveland Browns may just trade their No. 1 pick to the Washington Redskins for dependable starter Kirk Cousins. The Browns are reportedly torn between defensive end Myles Garrett and quarterback Mitch Trubisky. According to Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk, using the No. 1 pick on Trubisky, who had just one year of starting experience at UNC, is too risky and costly. Instead, the Browns can opt to trade the No. 1 pick to the Redskins for Cousins.more

  • Chicago Bears May Trade No. 3 Overall Pick to Browns

    The Chicago Bears own the No. 3 overall pick in the 2017 Draft that they can use to get a quarterback of the future or boost their defense by taking a safety. Currently, the Bears have signed a starting quarterback and a backup in Mike Glennon and Mark Sanchez. The Bears gave Glennon starting quarterback money by signing him to a 3-year, $45 million contract despite throwing just 11 passes in the past two years with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers as backup to Jameis Winston. Sanchez, for his part, signed a one-year deal as backup.more

  • Green Bay Packers Considering UCLA's Eli Ankou as Top Defensive Prospect

    The Green Bay Packers are considering to draft UCLA Bruins defensive lineman Eli Ankou in the 2017 NFL Draft which begins on April 27. The 6-foot-3, 325-pound Ottawa native has already worked out with a few NFL clubs, and the Packers are set to host him for a private workout next week.more

  • Arizona Cardinals Eyeing 'Potential Sleeper Pick' Rutgers WR Carlton Agudosi

    The Arizona Cardinals are rumored to be targeting Rutgers wide receiver Carlton Agudosi in the upcoming NFL draft later this month. Agudosi is considered as a “potential sleeper pick”, and the others NFL teams are reportedly starting to notice the Scarlet Knights’ senior.more

  • NFL: Veteran Defensive Tackle Terrance Knighton Retiring at Age 30 to Pursue Coaching Career

    Veteran defensive tackle Terrance Knighton is retiring after seven seasons in the NFL. The Temple Owls product, who made the official announcement on Wednesday, is reportedly set to begin a career in coaching.more

  • Philadelphia Eagles Could Pick UTEP Running Back Aaron Jones In Second Round

    Recent rumors have emerged that the Philadelphia Eagles are eyeing UTEP running back Aaron Jones in the upcoming 2017 NFL Draft. The Eagles are expected to select Jones with their no. 43 pick in the second round.more

  • Marshawn Lynch's Addition Suddenly Uncertain for Oakland Raiders

    The Oakland Raiders welcoming back Marshawn Lynch into the NFL may take some time. As of this moment, his addition to the Raiders appear distant and this could be hurting the team's preparation and decision-making for the draft.more

  • Cleveland Browns, New York Jets Should Pass on Quarterbacks in First Round of 2017 NFL Draft

    In previous years, the NFL Draft has been the answer for struggling teams searching for a starting or franchise quarterback. That is not the case this year and it is suggested for the Cleveland Browns and the New York Jets to refrain from selecting one in the first round.more

  • Richard Sherman Trade Could Happen for Seattle Seahawks Before or During 2017 NFL Draft

    It seems like a Richard Sherman trade will happen this off-season and the only question is when. It was predicted that the Seattle Seahawks could complete a deal for the star cornerback either ahead of the 2017 NFL Draft or while it is taking place from April 27 to 29.more

  • NFL Trade Rumors: San Francisco 49ers Sending No. 2 Pick to Washington Resdkins for Kirk Cousins

    The San Francisco 49ers are back in trade rumors after general manager John Lynch announced their willingness to give up the No. 2 pick in the 2017 NFL Draft. Because they badly need a quarterback, a deal that might work for them is sending it to the Washington Redskins in exchange for Kirk Cousins.more

  • LSU Running Back Leonard Fournette on San Francisco 49ers Radar?

    LSU running back Leonard Fournette has been linked to a number of teams as the 2017 NFL Draft draws near. He was featured on the cover of Sports Illustrated’s NFL Draft preview issue wearing the jerseys of the Carolina Panthers, Cleveland Browns, Los Angeles Chargers, and his hometown team New Orleans Saints.more

  • NFL Rumors Adrian Peterson, Saints Reach No Deal But Both Sides Still Talking

    Veteran running back Adrian Peterson left his visit with the New Orleans Saints empty handed. Tuesday’s meeting between the Saints and Peterson went well but the team did not offer him a contract. According to NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport, the two sides will continue to talk in the coming days. The Saints’ visit was Peterson’s third since he was released by the Minnesota Vikings. He first met with the Seattle Seahawks and the New England Patriots.more

  • NFL Draft Rumors: Colts Eyeing Controversial Rusher Joe Mixon at No. 15

    Despite his potential to become a start running back in the NFL, Joe Mixon’s controversial past has severely affected his draft stock. From a potential first-round pick, Mixon could drop to second or even third round of the 2017 NFL Draft. However, a scout believes that the Indianapolis Colts could gamble on Mixon and use their No. 15 pick to take the former Oklahoma star running back. The scout called Stanford rusher Christian McCaffrey as perfect fit for the Colts but Mixon could become a sleeper in the 2017 Draft.more

  • Cleveland Browns Trading Up to Get Both Myles Garrett, QB Mitch Trubisky?

    The Cleveland Browns are reportedly torn between defensive end Myles Garrett and quarterback Mitch Trubisky as the No. 1 overall pick in the 2017 Draft. Earlier, it was reported that Garrett will be the Browns’ consensus No. 1 pick but the situation changed when Trubisky came into the picture. According to Mike Freeman of Bleacher Report, the Browns front office and coach Hue Jackson are clashing over the direction they want to take in the 2017 Draft.more

  • NFL Rumors: Tony Romo May Leave CBS for Houston Texans Gig

    Retired quarterback Tony Romo may leave his job at CBS and resume his NFL career at some point next season if the Houston Texans fail to find a suitable quarterback. Romo recently announced his retirement after a 14-year stint with the Dallas Cowboys and joined the CBS broadcasting booth as analyst. According to Mike Freeman of Bleacher Report, one NFL scout believes that there is a strong chance that Romo will leave CBS and join the Texans. The Texans may call on Romo to save them if Tom Savage fails to deliver or if they did not find a right quarterback from the 2017 Draft.more

  • New England Patriots Eye Florida Cornerback Jalen Tabor

    The New England Patriots are eyeing Florida Gators cornerback Jalen “Teez” Tabor in the upcoming 2017 NFL Draft on April 27 to 29. The team hosted Tabor for an official visit on Monday.more

  • NFL Draft News: Top QB Prospect Chad Kelly Out for Three Months With Wrist Surgery

    Ole Miss quarterback Chad Kelly had suffered a number of setbacks during the past year that drove his draft stock down. With only weeks to go before the 2017 NFL Draft, he added another one to those stumbling blocks as he underwent a wrist surgery on his throwing hand that will sideline him for the next three months.more

  • Kirk Cousins Believes Washington Redskins Won't Trade Him Before the Draft

    Kirk Cousins is “not expecting” the Washington Redskins to trade him before this month’s 2017 NFL Draft amid trade rumors that began since the start of the offseason. He also expects to remain as the starting quarterback of the club when the new season begins in September.more

  • NFL Teams Lining up for Patrick Mahomes II, Texas Tech Product Hottest Quarterback in 2017 Draft?

    It looks like NFL teams are less excited about the batch of quarterbacks heading into the league later this month. However, one of the prospects at the position, Patrick Mahomes II from Texas Tech, is making noise before the much-anticipated selection process.more

  • Seattle Seahawks Lowering Asking Price in Trade Talks for Richard Sherman

    The Seattle Seahawks are lowering their asking price for a potential Richard Sherman trade after initial reports said that it was “too high”. The six-year pro continues to be one of the most popular names in the rumor mill this offseason as the Seahawks are reportedly looking to deal him to any interested team.more

  • Cowboys News: Former Quarterback Tony Romo Bothered by Failure to Win Super Bowl

    Tony Romo spent 13 seasons with the Dallas Cowboys before he accepted CBS' offer to be an analyst. He had great success, however, aside from his last two seasons with the Cowboys in which he dealt with injuries, a regret for the retired NFL quarterback is the failure to win a Super Bowl.more

  • NFL Trade Rumors: Patriots, Falcons, and Raiders Make Sense for Seahawks Cornerback Richard Sherman

    The Seattle Seahawks and Richard Sherman could split up soon with all the trade talks this off-season. If it happens, three potential teams that may successfully land the star cornerback are the New England Patriots, Atlanta Falcons, and the Oakland Raiders.more

  • NFL News: No. 6 Staying with Chicago Bears Even With Former Quarterback Jay Cutler Gone

    The veteran Jay Cutler is no longer in the Windy City but a No. 6 Chicago Bears jersey will still be present in the 2017 NFL season. Mark Sanchez, who is projected to be Chicago's second stringer at quarterback, is going to use Cutler's former number when he suits up for the Bears.more

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