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  • 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

  • NFL Rumors: 3 Teams That Must Sign Controversial Free Agent Quarterback Colin Kaepernick

    Hope seems lost for veteran quarterback Colin Kaepernick whose name still dwells on the free agency market. However, despite everything that happened since he parted ways with the San Francisco 49ers, there are a few teams that could use his services.more

  • Owner Terry Pegula Wanted Buffalo Bills to Draft Patrick Mahomes

    Buffalo Bills co-owner and CEO Terry Pegula had wanted the team to select Patrick Mahomes during the recently concluded 2017 NFL Draft. However, instead of using the club’s 10th overall pick to draft the former Texas Tech standout, recently-fired Bills GM Doug Whaley opted to trade the no. 10 selection to the Kansas City Chiefs.more

  • San Francisco 49ers to Continue Pursuit of Washington Redskins Quarterback Kirk Cousins

    Before this year's draft, quarterback Kirk Cousins and the San Francisco 49ers were hot topics in NFL trade rumors. As of this moment, there is zero progress between the two. However, the 49ers, specifically head coach Kyle Shanahan, might still be interested in Cousins.more

  • Did Jaguars Commit Big Blunder in Picking up QB Blake Bortles’ Option?

    The Jacksonville Jaguars were expected to move on from quarterback Blake Bortles due to drop in his performance last season. Now, the Jaguars had a change of heart and gave Bortles another chance to redeem himself from his poor play. Tyler Conway of Bleacher Report said the Jaguars exercised their fifth-year contract option on the 25-year-old Bortles. The option will make Bortles one of the highest paid quarterbacks in 2018 with a guaranteed salary of $19.08 million.more

  • Chicago Bears Need to Repair Relationship, Trust Issues With QB Mike Glennon

    The Chicago Bears need to repair their relationship with presumptive starting quarterback Mike Glennon after they failed to inform him that they will take signal-caller Mitch Trubisky with the No. 2 pick in the 2017 Draft. The Bears even invited Glennon to their Draft party without informing him of their decision. According to Rich Campbell of the Chicago Tribune, Glennon only found out that Trubisky was the No. 2 pick when the announcement was made while he was sitting at a draft party at Halas Hall. Campbell said Glennon felt like he was “cheated on”.more

  • Dallas Cowboys Rumors: Jerry Jones 'Skeptical' About Randy Gregory's Reported Failed Drug Test

    Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones has remained “skeptical” about reports saying that defensive end Randy Gregory has again failed a recent drug test. The former NFL Executive of the Year awardee is said to be unconvinced by the accounts on the two-year pro, saying the player will have his support.more

  • NFL Rumors: Free Agent CB Keenan Lewis Could Return To Steelers Next Season

    Free agent cornerback Keenan Lewis could potentially return to the Pittsburgh Steelers next season, according to recent NFL rumors. The seven-year pro spent his first four seasons in the league with the Steelers before joining the New Orleans Saints in 2013.more

  • New York Jets WR Devin Smith Will Miss 2017 Season After Tearing ACL

    New York Jets wide receiver Devin Smith will reportedly miss the whole of the next season after re-tearing the ACL of his right knee. It was the second time he had torn the ACL of the same knee in his so far two-year career.more

  • New York Jets Could Soon Trade DE Sheldon Richardson

    The New York Jets have tried to trade defensive end Sheldon Richardson during the recent NFL draft but there were no takers for the four-year pro. Still, the club is reportedly looking to deal him to an interested team soonest.more

  • San Francisco 49ers Received Other Offers for No. 2 Pick Before Surrendering It to Chicago Bears

    The San Francisco 49ers were busy during the first round of the 2017 NFL Draft. One of the biggest moves they pulled off was trading down to No. 3. They gave up the No. 2 pick to the Chicago Bears, who were recently revealed to have had competition before securing it.more

  • Ex-Giant Criticizes Team for Failure to Get Protection for QB Eli Manning From 2017 Draft

    Former New York Giants starting center Shaun O’Hara criticized the team for not taking an offensive lineman high in the 2017 Draft. According to O’Hara, the starting center of the Giants’ Super Bowl XLII winning team, the team should have prioritized Eli Manning’s protection rather than find his heir-apparent. O’Hara, who played for the Giants from 2004 to 201, said his former team should have used the third-round pick to take an offensive lineman and not on quarterback Davis Webb. The former center said the Giants wasted a valuable pick on a player who doesn’t expect to play for at least three to four years.more

  • LeBron James Wants Success for Browns After 2017 NFL Draft, Myles Garrett Eager to Meet Cavaliers Superstar

    LeBron James' love for Cleveland is undeniable that is why he aims for the city's sports teams to achieve success, specifically the Browns. James was recently asked about the Browns following the 2017 NFL Draft where they added a few talented youngsters who can change their fortune.more

  • Detroit Lions to Anchor Ground Game on Ameer Abdullah, Theo Riddick

    The Detroit Lions placed 30th in terms of ground yards last season, averaging just 81.9 yards per game. They were expected to address their need for running backs in the 2017 NFL Draft but they opted not to take a rusher. The Lions had nine picks in the Draft, using them to take two linebackers, two cornerbacks, two defensive ends, a wide receiver, a tight end and a quarterback. It came as a surprise since the Lions were predicted to beef up their running corps to take some pressure off quarterback Matthew Stafford.more

  • Carolina Panthers' Kelvin Benjamin Overweight Again? Coach Airs Concern

    Carolina Panthers head coach Ron Rivera expressed concern about wide receiver Kelvin Benjamin’s weight problem. The issue of extra pounds has hounded Benjamin since he was a freshman at Florida State until his stint in the NFL. According to the Charlotte Observer, Benjamin showed up overweight for the first phase of the Panthers’ offseason program. A broadcast report put Benjamin’s weight at 280 pounds.more

  • NFL Rumors: Bears GM Ryan Pace's Job on the Line After Drafting Mitch Trubisky?

    The Chicago Bears created the biggest stir in the 2017 NFL Draft by moving up by one spot to No. 2 and selecting quarterback Mitch Trubisky. The Bears gave up the No. 3 overall pick, third-round pick (67th overall) and a fourth-round pick (111th overall) in the 2017 draft plus a third-round pick in the 2018 draft to the San Francisco 49ers. The move, according to Matt Miller of Bleacher Report, may cost Pace his job. Miller reported that one high-level NFL executive said “Ryan Pace just got fired with this draft”.more

  • NFL Rumors: Patriots Rejected Browns' Inquiry About Jimmy Garoppolo During Draft Day

    In a last-ditch effort, the Cleveland Browns called the New England Patriots during the first-round of the 2017 NFL Draft, inquiring about the availability of backup quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo. Just like the first time, the Patriots turned them down, saying they intend to keep Garoppolo as Tom Brady’s backup. According to Adam Schefter of ESPN, sources told him that the Browns contacted the Patriots to offer the No. 12 pick in the Draft. However, the Patriots rejected the offer despite having no first- or second-round picks.more

  • NFL Rumors: Mike Glennon Still Bears Starting Quarterback -- Mitch Trubisky

    Everyone was surprised when the Chicago Bears traded up for the No. 2 pick and selected quarterback Mitch Trubisky. The move was unexpected since the Bears have already signed Mike Glennon to a three-year, $45 million deal to be their starting signal caller. The Bears and Trubisky both clarified that Glennon remains as the team’s starting quarterback and mentor to the rookie signal-caller. Trubisky told Michael David Smith of Pro Football Talk that he expects Glennon to start under center fro the Bears next season while he learns the team’s system from the bench.more

  • NFL Rumors: Veteran Quarterback Brian Hoyer Might Get Lucky Again with the San Francisco 49ers

    Brian Hoyer might be with the right team, at the right time. The veteran quarterback is currently signed with the San Francisco 49ers. The franchise's current situation at the position gives him a great chance to be a starter in the 2017 season and he is confident about it.more

  • New England Patriots Failing to Realize True Value of Jimmy Garoppolo

    The New England Patriots have a tradable player that could get them valuable assets. This is Jimmy Garoppolo who is continuously eyed by teams looking for a quarterback. Unfortunately, they are holding on to him and this might diminish his value on the trade market.more

  • NFL: Panthers LB Thomas Davis 'Impressed' By Cam Newton's Recovery From Shoulder Surgery

    Carolina Panthers outside linebacker Thomas Davis is reportedly “impressed” by the fast recovery of the team’s starting quarterback, Cam Newton, who underwent shoulder surgery to repair a torn rotator cuff last month. Davis had been through a similar injury before, which is why he is amazed by how the 2015 NFL MVP is healing at a quicker rate than expected.more

  • NFL: Saints QB Drew Brees Thinks Adrian Peterson, Mark Ingram RB Tandem Could Be 'One Of The Best'

    The New Orleans Saints signed Adrian Peterson to a two-year, $7 million deal on Tuesday. The acquisition was seen as unwise by some NFL analysts deeming that the team does not need the legendary running back with Mark Ingram already around for head coach Sean Payton.more

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