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  • Houston Texans Not Interested in Jay Cutler, QB Might Just Retire

    Veteran quarterback Jay Cutler may have to ponder retirement with his options of finding another squad getting bleaker by the day. While other quarterbacks like Josh McCown, Mike Glennon, Geno Smith and EJ Manuel have signed with new teams, Cutler’s future remains in limbo, with no apparent takers.more

  • Chicago Bears Eyeing Deal With Free Agent QB Mark Sanchez?

    Looking to add quarterback depth, the Chicago Bears are eyeing the services of veteran signal-caller Mark Sanchez. According to Mike Garafolo of NFL Network, Sanchez will visit the Bears Thursday. The Bears recently signed Mike Glennon to a three-year, $43.5 million contract as a potential starter, replacing Jay Cutler. Glennon got a big payday despite completing just 10 of 11 passes in 2016 for 75 yards and a touchdown with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers last season.more

  • New York Jets Could Pick Mitchell Trubisky Despite Signing Josh McCown

    Despite having three quarterbacks on their roster, the New York Jets plan to use one of their seven picks in the 2017 Draft to sign another signal-caller. The he Jets are looking to use their No. 6 overall pick to acquire UNC’s Mitchell Trubisky, a top quarterback prospect.more

  • Kamar Aiken Joins Indianapolis Colts, Signs One-Year Contract

    Six-year pro Kamar Aiken has joined the Indianapolis Colts on Tuesday on a one-year deal as new general manager Chris Ballard continues with his effort to overhaul the team’s roster. Aiken’s signing adds depth to the Colts’ wide receiver lineup that already includes TY Hilton, Donte Moncrief, and former first-round pick Phillip Dorsett.more

  • Pittsburgh Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger 'Leaning Toward' Returning Next Season

    Veteran quarterback Ben Roethlisberger is “leaning toward” a return stint with the Pittsburgh Steelers next season despite speculations of his impending retirement. The 11th overall pick of the 2004 draft has just completed his 13th year in the league and is rumored to be contemplating on calling it quits at the moment.more

  • Carolina Panthers Eyeing Tony Romo Trade With Dallas Cowboys After Cam Newton Injury

    Recent rumors have emerged that the Carolina Panthers are eyeing Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo after Cam Newton was scheduled to undergo surgery at the end of the month. The procedure will repair Newton’s partially torn rotator cuff, which could leave Carolina without a starting quarterback for at least the next four months.more

  • Geno Smith Getting Ready To Take Starting Job With New York Giants?

    The New York Giants gambled in this year's free agency by signing Geno Smith who struggled in his last couple of seasons with the New York Jets. Smith will compete for the backup job as he begins a new chapter but he might also be preparing to take over when Eli Manning calls it a career.more

  • NFL: Carolina Panthers QB Cam Newton Could Miss Time Following Shoulder Surgery

    The Carolina Panthers will not be with franchise quarterback Cam Newton during their organized team activities later in the offseason. Newton will undergo surgery by the end of the month to fix a shoulder injury suffered in Week 14 of the 2016 NFL season.more

  • Colin Kaepernick Will Eventually Find a New Home, Says Jim Harbaugh

    Colin Kaepernick is still a free agent and with the way things are going for him, there are only a few optimistic of his chances to be signed soon. One of them is his former head coach with the San Francisco 49ers, Jim Harbaugh, who believes the quarterback is still capable of leading a team to Super Bowl victory.more

  • Why the New England Patriots Won't Decide to Trade Jimmy Garoppolo

    While many expect them to trade backup quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo, some believe that the New England Patriots may keep him as eventual successor to Tom Brady. Brady will be 40 years old when the 2017 season begins and age and injuries may affect his performance down the road. Garoppolo is the best insurance that the Patriots have in their arsenal in case Brady’s age take its toll on him or if he goes down with an injury.more

  • New York Jets Might Select a QB in the 2017 NFL Draft as Second Option Behind Josh McCown

    The signing of veteran quarterback Josh McCown will not stop the New York Jets from using their high pick in the 2017 Draft to take another signal-caller into their fold as possible backup. Aside from McCown, the Jets also have Christian Hackenberg and Bryce Petty under contract for next season.more

  • NFL 2017 Draft Rumors: Oakland Raiders Take a Look at Oklahoma's Joe Mixon

    The Oakland Raiders, in the market for a running back, hosted Oklahoma rusher Joe Mixon Monday to take a closer look at the talented but controversial rusher. The Raiders met with Mixon amid reports that they are eyeing retired rusher Marshawn Lynch or former Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson.more

  • Marshawn Lynch Misses Football But No Clear Decision on Comeback, Says Agent

    Marshawn Lynch’s agent declared that the retired running back “does miss football” but was not aware of his client’s mindset about a possible return to the NFL. The five-time Pro Bowler retired in 2015 as a member of the Seattle Seahawks but rumors persist that he will make a comeback, possibly with the Oakland Raiders.more

  • Dallas Cowboys Potential Destination for Darrelle Revis But Contract Price Matters

    The Dallas Cowboys need some defensive improvements and with Darrelle Revis available on the free agency market, the two joining forces might work. However, the veteran cornerback may need to change his price to have a bigger chance of signing a contract with the reigning NFC East champions.more

  • NFL: Why Marshawn Lynch is a Perfect Fit for the Oakland Raiders

    Marshawn Lynch is a retired NFL running back who last played for the Seattle Seahawks in 2015. There are rumors that Lynch is being lured to come out of retirement and the Oakland Raiders is said to be the perfect fit for the former Super Bowl champion.more

  • Houston Texans Unlikely to Acquire Free Agent QB Jay Cutler

    The New York Jets signing Josh McCown may have made the NFL free agency worse for Jay Cutler. He was among their top options but now that no longer matters. Another possible team for him is the Houston Texans, but it looks like he wants nothing to do with them.more

  • Should the Oakland Raiders Take Risk on Colin Kaepernick?

    Former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick is still on the market after 12 days of free-agency as it looks like teams are snubbing him. However, Kaepernick’s résumé as a signal-caller is quite impressive that many analysts believe that he will find a new team to play for sooner or later.more

  • Will the Seattle Seahawks Trade Richard Sherman?

    Seattle Seahawks trade rumors intensified a few days ago when Richard Sherman was mentioned by ex-NFL executive Michael Lombardi on a podcast. It remains unconfirmed if the Seahawks really want to deal away one of their best players, but it could happen.more

  • Browns Meet Bradley McDougald as Cleveland Aims to Improve Defense

    The Cleveland Browns hosted free agent safety Bradley McDougald on Monday as head coach Hue Jackson aims to improve the team’s defense next season. McDougald’s one-year contract extension with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers expired at the end of last season, putting him on the market this month.more

  • Manti Te'o Nearing Deal With New Orleans Saints

    Free agent linebacker Manti Te’o is close to completing a deal with the New Orleans Saints as the NFL free-agency season continues. Te’o spent his first four seasons in the league in San Diego before his contract with the Chargers expired earlier this month.more

  • Marshawn Lynch Return Closer Than Ever, Oakland Raiders Only Team He Will Play For?

    One of the biggest names currently being talked about in NFL rumors is Marshawn Lynch. There were speculations that the running back is returning but not with the Seattle Seahawks. Some league reporters and insiders believe the only team he will play for when he comes out of retirement is the Oakland Raiders.more

  • Dallas Cowboys Sign Kellen Moore But Still in Need of Backup for Dak Prescott

    In a move to address the team’s depth at quarterback for the 2017 season, the Dallas Cowboys re-signed back-up signal caller Kellen Moore to a one-year deal. Last season, the 27-year-old Moore was expected to be Tony Romo's backup before suffering a season-ending fractured fibula in the first week of training camp.more

  • Tom Brady's Missing Super Bowl Jersey Recovered From Member of International Media in Mexico

    The NFL announced that it has recovered the jersey worn by New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady in their Super Bowl LI victory from an accredited member of the international media in Mexico. The NFL said the jersey was recovered during a joint operation between the league, the New England Patriots' security team and the Federal Bureau of Investigation.more

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