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  • 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

  • New England Patriots Could Still Deal Malcolm Butler to New Orleans Saints If Draft Goes South?

    While most reports say that the New England Patriots are “unlikely” to trade cornerback Malcolm Butler, recent rumors have emerged that the team could still look to deal him to the New Orleans Saints depending on the result of the ongoing 2017 NFL Draft. Butler has been linked to the Saints since the beginning of the offseason but no deal has yet to be made.more

  • Seattle Seahawks Cornerback Richard Sherman Wants to Play for New England Patriots?

    Trade rumors involving Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman have died down recently but it doesn't mean that he will not be shipped to other teams at some point. If it happens, the All-Pro cornerback has picked his next destination. According to Tom Curran of CSSNE.com, Sherman made it clear that he wants to be a Patriot and play for coach Bill Belichick. “My understanding is he wants to be a New England Patriot,” said Curran, who clarified that Belichick is currently not interested in Sherman’s services.more

  • Free Agent Linebacker Dan Skuta Visits New England Patriots

    Free agent linebacker Dan Skuta visited the New England Patriots at the Gillette Stadium on Wednesday as the team is looking to add depth to their defensive team next season. The Patriots have no urgent need to acquire a top linebacker, but a veteran presence on their bench is a welcome development for the defending Super Bowl champions.more

  • San Francisco 49ers Could Pick North Carolina's Mitch Trubisky At No. 2?

    The San Francisco 49ers are linked to North Carolina quarterback Mitch Trubisky as the 2017 NFL Draft begins. There are speculations that the Niners could trade down their no. 2 pick for multiple selections, but the prevailing rumor is that the club will take advantage of the high pick and draft a potential future franchise signal-caller.more

  • NFL: New England Patriots Take A Look At Free Agent Guard Brandon Fusco

    The New England Patriots are taking a look at free agent guard Brandon Fusco in an effort to add depth to their offensive line next season. The team hosted the six-year veteran on Wednesday at the Patriots’ training facility.more

  • NFL Rumors: Cleveland Browns to Betray Myles Garrett, Select Mitch Trubisky With No. 1 Pick

    All this time, Texas A&M defensive end Myles Garret is projected as the No. 1 pick in the 2017 NFL Draft. However, in the past few days, the Cleveland Browns were being connected to North Carolina quarterback Mitch Trubisky and in the end, they might use the No. 1 pick on him.more

  • Tennessee Titans, Tampa Bay Buccaneers Could Trade Down From First Round

    The 2017 NFL Draft is here and the Tennessee Titans and Tampa Bay Buccaneers are rumored to be planning to trade down their first-round picks. The Titans will select at fifth overall while the Bucs are on the clock at no. 19.more

  • NFL Draft Rumors: Jets Willing to Trade No. 6 Pick to Browns

    For weeks, the New York Jets and the Cleveland Browns were both reported to be interested in Mitch Trubisky, the supposed top quarterback in the 2017 NFL Draft. The Jets and the Browns are both looking for a quality player who can become the franchise’s next quarterback. The Browns own the No. 1 and No. 12 picks in the 2017 Draft while the Jets are No. 6. Initially, Cleveland plans to take defensive end Myles Garrett with the No. 1 pick and draft Trubisky with its 12th pick.more

  • Cleveland Browns Might Settle for QB Davis Webb if They Miss Out on Mitch Trubisky?

    The Cleveland Browns have another option at quarterback if they miss out on Mitch Trubisky in the 2017 NFL Draft. The Browns may take former Cal star signal-caller Davis Webb in the second round of the Draft. According to Tony Pauline of DraftAnalyst.com, the Browns may draft Webb in the second round if they are unable to trade up from No. 12 overall. The Browns are expected to use the No. 1 overall pick on defensive end Myles Garrett.more

  • Atlanta Falcons Eyeing to Move up Draft Board via Swap With Seattle Seahawks

    In an effort to boost their defense, the Atlanta Falcons want to swap first-round picks with the Seattle Seahawks in the 2017 NFL Draft that they can use to take a pass-rusher. The Seahawks own the No. 26 pick while the Falcons will select 31st in the first round. According to Tony Pauline of DraftAnalyst.com, the Falcons want to beat the Dallas Cowboys (No. 28), Green Bay Packers (No. 29) and the Pittsburgh Steelers (No. 3) for a top-notch pass rusher. Pauline said the Falcons are eyeing defensive end/outside linebacker Charles Harris of Missouri.more

  • Colin Kaepernick Still the Best Quarterback in 2017 Free Agency, Says Brandon Marshall

    Denver Broncos linebacker Brandon Marshall made it clear, for him, Colin Kaepernick is the best quarterback in the 2017 NFL free agency. He shared this after defending his choice to also kneel last season and join Kaepernick's protest for injustice in the United States.more

  • Jacksonville Jaguars Could Draft Quarterback at No. 4?

    The Jacksonville Jaguars are rumored to be drafting a quarterback with their fourth overall pick in the upcoming 2017 NFL Draft. The Jaguars have been linked to several running backs, such as LSU’s Leonard Fournette and Stanford’s Christian McCaffrey, with their no. 4 selection, but it looks like the club is leaning toward taking a signal-caller instead.more

  • New England Patriots Quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo Not Worth Trading For

    New England Patriots quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo was on the radar of several teams earlier in the off-season. These interested organizations saw him as the answer to their respective quarterback problems. However, he may not be worth the sacrifice.more

  • Cleveland Browns Talking To New York Jets For Possible Trade on Draft Day

    Rumors are out that the Cleveland Browns and New York Jets are in talks for a possible draft day trade as both teams target North Carolina quarterback Mitch Trubisky in the upcoming 2017 NFL Draft. The Browns have the first and 12th overall pick while the Jets are on the clock at no. 6.more

  • Philadelphia Eagles Still Interested in Drafting Oklahoma's Joe Mixon

    The Philadelphia Eagles are still interested in acquiring controversial Oklahoma running back Joe Mixon, according to the latest NFL draft rumors. The Eagles are on the clock at no. 14 in the first round of the upcoming 2017 NFL Draft on Thursday.more

  • NFL Rumors: Adrian Peterson Desperate That's Why He Signed With New Orleans Saints

    Finally, former NFL MVP Adrian Peterson has a team after signing a two-year, $7 million contract with the New Orleans Saints. This was seen by many as a fresh start for Peterson, but some viewed it as a desperation move since the Saints were the only ones who showed solid interest.more

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