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  • New York Jets Rumors: Josh McCown Should Worry About Christian Hackenberg

    Josh McCown is ready to do whatever it takes to be the starting quarterback of the New York Jets. Because of his experience, he may have an advantage in the competitions that take place this offseason. Although he is expected to be challenged and the biggest threat might be Christian Hackenberg.more

  • New England Patriots Set to Host Veteran Free Agents Taylor Mays, Ego Ferguson on Tryouts

    The New England Patriots are set to host veteran free agents Taylor Mays and Ego Ferguson in the team’s upcoming rookie minicamp. The two players are trying out with hopes of being included in Bill Belichick’s roster for the next season.more

  • Seattle Seahawks Put Richard Sherman Trade Rumors to Rest, Cornerback to Stay

    The Seattle Seahawks have put an end to trade rumors involving veteran cornerback Richard Sherman. The Seahawks have stopped trade talks for their Pro Bowl cornerback and said that Sherman will play the 2017 season with the team. According to USA Today's Liz Mathews, Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll confirmed trade discussions involving Sherman have stopped now that the draft is over. Carroll added that any likelihood of a deal is at "zero percent."more

  • Veteran QB Jay Cutler Looking at Possible Career in Broadcasting

    Veteran Jay Cutler is planning to pursue a career in broadcasting if he will not be able to play this season. After he was cut by the Chicago Bears, Cutler has received little interest from quarterback-needy teams. Mike Garafolo of NFL.com reported that according to people close to Cutler and other sources, the quarterback is planning to enter a career in broadcasting after his NFL playing career ends. Garafolo said Cutler and his representatives have spoken with network executives about football-related TV roles.more

  • New England Patriots Must Make Tough Decision at Cornerback With Malcolm Butler Returning

    In almost any team sport, it is a luxury when there are two or more players in one position that can start. Although at times, it causes tension which leads to bigger issues. This is what the New England Patriots and head coach Bill Belichick might need to deal with in the 2017 NFL season.more

  • Dallas Cowboys Should Find a Backup Quarterback, Colin Kaepernick Top Candidate

    Young quarterback Dak Prescott was a pleasant surprise last season for the Dallas Cowboys. He is expected to continue leading the offense for "America's Team." The problem is they do not have a quality backup for him, but the answer might be on the free agency market in the name of Colin Kaepernick.more

  • Two Teams Interested in Veteran Cornerback Darrelle Revis

    Veteran cornerback Darrelle Revis is still unemployed after he was released by the New York Jets. Revis’ performance declined last season, putting his capacity to perform at a high-level in question. According to Jason Cole of Bleacher Report, two unnamed teams in need of a cornerback are still willing to gamble on Revis and find out if he still has what it takes to guard the best wide receivers in the NFL. However, these teams are not willing to pay Revis more than the $6 million that the Jets owe him.more

  • Jacksonville Jaguars Ideal Destination for Unemployed QB Colin Kaepernick

    As the NFL free agency period winds down, former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick is still looking for a job. Kaepernick drew no interest in the free-agent quarterback after voiding the $16.5 million option in his contract for next season to test the market. Charles Robinson of Yahoo! Sports said Kaepernick might get offers if a quarterback injury occurs during training camp. He may also be signed as a solid and experienced backup at some point in the offseason or before the regular season.more

  • Chicago Bears Plan to Sit No. 2 Overall Pick Mitch Trubisky Next Season

    The Chicago Bears surprised almost everyone when they moved up one spot to No. 2 in the 2017 NFL Draft to pick Mitch Trubisky. For the Bears, they took the gamble because they consider Trubisky as their quarterback of the future. While many expect Trubisky to start at some point in the season, the Bears want him to hold the clipboard for at least a full season. According to Emily Kaplan of The MMQB, the Bears want Trubisky to get a grasp of the NFL’s style of play and fully learn the team’s system.more

  • After Signing With Denver Broncos, Rusher Jamaal Charles Eyes Revenge on Chiefs

    The Denver Broncos have signed Jamaal Charles, one of the best available veteran running backs in the free-agent market, to a one-year deal. Now, Charles looks forward to playing the Kansas City Chiefs, who released him in the offseason after a nine-year stint. According to Mike Klis of 9News, Charles signed a contract with a base value of $900,000 with a $100,000 workout bonus. He can earn up to $3.75 million through incentives.more

  • Former New York Giants Star Receiver Victor Cruz Desperate, Jacksonville Jaguars His Best Hope?

    Veteran wide receiver Victor Cruz recently expressed the desire to be signed this offseason. The ex-New York Giants star remains a free agent but so far, no team is showing great interest. An ideal organization for him is the AFC South's Jacksonville Jaguars.more

  • Arizona Cardinals Eyeing Blaine Gabbert as Carson Palmer’s Backup

    The Arizona Cardinals were anticipated to take a quarterback in the 2017 NFL Draft and developed him as eventual replacement for veteran signal-caller Carson Palmer. Before the Draft, they met with DeShone Kizer and Deshaun Watson, two of the best quarterbacks from the class of 2017. So it was a complete shock that no quarterback was among the six picks made by the Cardinals. They instead signed Trevor Knight as an undrafted free agent. The Cardinals also have Zac Dysert on their roster.more

  • NFL Rumors: Kansas City Chiefs Concerned With Alex Smith's Age, Patrick Mahomes II to Replace Him Soon

    The Kansas City Chiefs still have full confidence in franchise quarterback Alex Smith. Despite this, they want to assure their quarterback position in the coming years. This is the reason why they gave up three picks, including one for next year, just to select Patrick Mahomes II last weekend.more

  • NFL: Dallas Cowboys, Green Bay Packers Biggest Threats to New England Patriots' Championship Pursuit

    The reigning NFL champions New England Patriots remain favorites to bring home the Vince Lombardi Trophy in the 2017 season. However, it will be a tough road to a repeat and so far, the teams that may challenge them are the Dallas Cowboys and the Green Bay Packers.more

  • NFL Will Not Penalize Oakland Raiders Rookie Gareon Conley For Pre-Draft Rape Accusation

    The NFL will reportedly not penalize Oakland Raiders rookie cornerback Gareon Conley for the rape accusation he is currently facing. The league explained that Conley will not be subject to any discipline because the incident happened before the 2017 NFL Draft.more

  • Detroit Lions Could Welcome Back Veteran WR Anquan Boldin

    The Detroit Lions could welcome back wide receiver Anquan Boldin next season, according to the latest NFL rumors. The veteran journeyman had spent last season with the Lions, his 14th in the league.more

  • Dallas Cowboys CB Orlando Scandrick Irked By Trade Rumors

    There are rumors that the Dallas Cowboys tried to trade cornerback Orlando Scandrick during the recently concluded 2017 NFL Draft. The nine-year veteran was said to be irked about the trade rumors but he still attended team training to stay “professional”.more

  • New York Jets Ignores Quarterback in Draft, Set to Have Three-Way Battle for Starting Job

    The New York Jets were assumed to deal with their evident need at the quarterback position in the 2017 NFL Draft. However, the draft came and went with the Jets passing up all available quarterbacks at no. 6 to instead select LSU safety Jamal Adams.more

  • New York Giants, Detroit Lions Vying for Veteran Rusher LeGarrette Blount's Services?

    Veteran rusher LeGarrette Blount remains in the free-agent market in spite of his outstanding play last season when he led the league in rushing touchdowns. He was earlier expected to rejoin the New England Patriots but failed to work out a deal due to financial issues. Now that the NFL Draft is over, Blount’s chances of signing with a new team are getting bleaker and bleaker by the day. According to Charles Robinson of Yahoo! Sports, Blount will only have to choose between the New York Giants and the Detroit Lions as his next destination.more

  • Cleveland Browns to Give QB Deshone Kizer Time to Develop, Won't Start Him Immediately

    After missing out on quarterback Mitch Trubisky, the Cleveland Browns settled for DeShone Kizer in the second round of the 2017 NFL Draft. While many expect the Browns to speed up his development and start him immediately, general manager Sashi Brown said Kizer will play under center when ready. Per an NFL.com report, Brown said the franchise and coach Hue Jackson will give Kizer enough time to sharpen his skills so as not to put pressure on him. "He's a young man, he's gonna have a long time that he's here with us and in this league," said Brown.more

  • NFL: Oakland Raiders Rookie Gareon Conley Talks To Police Investigating Rape Allegation

    Oakland Raiders rookie Gareon Conley has met with the police officers investigating his current rape allegation on Monday. The former Ohio State cornerback reportedly told the investigators that he had a consensual sexual meeting with the woman indicting him of rape.more

  • NFL: Denver Broncos Host Former Kansas City Chiefs RB Jamaal Charles

    The Denver Broncos is set to host former Kansas City Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles on Tuesday as the team is looking to add depth to the said position. Charles was released by the Chiefs at the end of last season after spending all of his so far nine-year NFL career in Kansas City.more

  • Minnesota Vikings in Danger of Losing Two Key Players Next Year

    The Minnesota Vikings' quarterback situation is currently stable. But they could be searching for a new starter once the 2017 NFL season concludes. This is because there is a possibility that they would lose both Sam Bradford and Teddy Bridgewater in 2018.more

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