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  • NFL News: Tom Savage Ready for Competition for Texans' Starting Quarterback Spot

    Tom Savage of the Houston Texans declared himself “super ready” for the competition for the starting quarterback spot. Recently, Texans general manager Rick Smith said there is a wide-open race for the starting job and rookie Deshaun Watson will be given a shot to win the spot in training camp. "I'm super ready," Savage told the Houston Chronicle. "It's going to be a battle. I can't tell you how excited I am."more

  • NFL News: Seahawks Boost Running Back Corps, Claim Mike Davis off Waivers From 49ers

    The Seattle Seahawks are stacking up on running back. The Seahawks recently claimed running back Mike Davis off waivers days after he was dropped by the San Francisco 49ers from their roster. According to Ian Rapoport, the Seahawks added Davis to their 90-man roster. The team said Davis can provide the Seahawks with experience in the NFC West.more

  • NFL: San Francisco 49ers Release Undrafted WD KD Cannon After Minicamp

    The San Francisco 49ers have released undrafted wide receiver KD Cannon after their rookie minicamp on Sunday. Cannon signed with the club as an undrafted free agent last month immediately following the 2017 NFL Draft.more

  • NFL News: Oakland Raiders Linebacker Aldon Smith's Reinstatement Imminent?

    Oakland Raiders outside linebacker Aldon Smith has posted on his social media account that his reinstatement is imminent. However, the actual reinstatement can only be made official by an announcement from NFL commissioner Roger Goodell.more

  • NFL: Cincinnati Bengals Have 'High Hopes' For Controversial Rookie RB Joe Mixon

    The Cincinnati Bengals are expecting the best after drafting controversial running back Joe Mixon as the 48th overall pick in the second round of the 2017 NFL Draft. Mixon has been involved in a 2014 high-profile off-the-field incident when he punched a woman in the face.more

  • NFL News: Steelers Quarterback Ben Roethlisberger Laughs Back at Browns Rookie Myles Garrett

    The Pittsburgh Steelers' Ben Roethlisberger recently responded to the top pick of the 2017 NFL Draft, defensive end Myles Garrett of the Cleveland Browns. Since getting selected, Garrett expressed eagerness to play against Roethlisberger and aims that his first sack will be on the quarterback.more

  • NFL Rumors: Wide Receiver Brandon Marshall Pressuring New York Giants to Succeed

    The 2017 NFL season is yet to start but the New York Giants' Brandon Marshall is already planning ahead. In a recent public appearance, the wide receiver revealed his goal of retiring after two seasons. However, he is putting the pressure on the Giants as he aims to win a Super Bowl before leaving for good.more

  • NFL Rumors: Safety Tre Boston a Hot Commodity, Teams Lining Up for Visits

    After he was waived by the Carolina Panthers, suitors are now lining up for the services of safety Tre Boston. Among those interested are the Pittsburgh Steelers, Los Angeles Chargers and the Buffalo Bills. According to Josh Alper of Pro Football Talk, Boston may get out of the unemployment line soon as he is scheduled to visit the Chargers and Bills next week. Last week, Boston revealed that he met with the Steelers.more

  • NFL Rumors: Dalvin Cook Emerges as Threat to Latavius Murray as Vikings’ No. 1 Rusher

    The Minnesota Vikings signed Latavius Murray to a three-year, $15-million contract in the offseason to be their No. 1 running back. However, he may face some competition for the position in rookie Dalvin Cook. Chris Tomasson of the St. Paul Pioneer Press reported that Cook stood out in the first day of the three-day Vikings’ rookie camp. The Vikings traded up to draft Cook in the second round with the No. 41 overall pick as a possible backup to Murray.more

  • Los Angeles Chargers Put Fate on Philip Rivers After Passing on QBs in 2017 Draft

    The Los Angeles Chargers looked at several quarterbacks before the 2017 NFL Draft in the hope of finding an eventual replacement for veteran Philip Rivers. Eventually, the front office and coaching staff decided on bolstering their wide receiver corps and offensive line to help the Chargers end a three-year playoff drought. Days before the Draft, Kevin Patra of NFL.com reported that the Chargers met with Patrick Mahomes, Josh Dobbs and DeShone Kizer in their quest to find Philip Rivers’ heir apparent. However, they settled on using the No. 7 overall pick on Clemson wide receiver Mike Williams.more

  • NFL News: Jay Cutler Joins Fox as Analyst With Bears Game as First Gig

    Jay Cutler announced his retirement after an 11-year NFL career as starting quarterback with the Denver Broncos and the Chicago Bears. Cutler said that he will work as color analyst for Fox Sports for its NFL coverage. In a report by Dan Wiederer of the Chicago Tribune, Cutler said that his retirement is “permanent”, adding that he’s at peace with his decision. “I'm happy with where I am, you know, in my life and really in the future going forward. So, yeah, we can go ahead and say it. It's permanent,” he said.more

  • NFL Rumors: Cornerback Malcolm Butler Had No Choice But to Return to Patriots

    Without any other option, cornerback Malcolm Butler had no other choice but to return to the New England Patriots. Butler asked the Patriots to trade him to the New Orleans Saints but no deal was worked out. According to Mike Giardi of CSNNE.com, Butler “badly” wanted to be traded to the Saints, who showed interest in him before the 2017 NFL Draft. He visited the Saints in the hope that the Patriots will accede to his request. However, the two sides failed to reach an agreement.more

  • NFL Rumors: Texans to Give Rookie QB Deshaun Watson Chance to Compete for Starting Job

    Before drafting Deshaun Watson as the 12th overall pick in the 2017 NFL Draft, the Houston Texans have set their sights on Tom Savage as their starting quarterback for next season. Now, the Texans said they will give Watson a chance to compete for the starting job during training camp. According to Sarah Barshop of ESPN.com, Texans general manager Rick Smith said Watson will get his opportunity to step up, just like the other quarterbacks, during training camp. “We want to provide a competitive environment across the board. So Watson will compete,” Smith said.more

  • NFL News: Atlanta Falcons Looking for Revenge, Eager to Rematch New England Patriots

    The Atlanta Falcons were embarrassed last season by the New England Patriots on the grandest stage in the NFL. Now as they brace for a new campaign, the team is anticipating the rematch and there is confidence that this time around it will do better.more

  • NFL: Arizona Cardinals Plan 'Educational Briefing' With Daryl Washington Regarding Three-Year Ban

    The Arizona Cardinals are planning to have an “education briefing” with Daryl Washington with regards to his recently-ended three-year ban from playing in the NFL. The veteran linebacker was conditionally reinstated by the league this year after serving his suspension for repeated violations of its substance abuse policy.more

  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers RB Doug Martin Involved in Car Crash

    Tampa Bay Buccaneers running back Doug Martin was reportedly involved in a car crash on Thursday. The two-time Pro-Bowler did not suffer any major injuries during the accident, according to latest reports.more

  • New England Patriots Invites 'Trick-Shot' Kicker Josh Gable to Attend Minicamp

    The New England Patriots have invited well-known “trick-shot” kicker Josh Gable to attend the team’s upcoming rookie minicamp. Gable, an Indoor Football League player of the Nebraska Danger, is popular for his internet viral trick shots that include pulling off an 80-yard field goal.more

  • 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

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