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  • Houston Texans, New England Patriots Discussing Possible Malcolm Butler Deal

    The Houston Texans have offered their second-round pick to the New England Patriots for the restricted free agent cornerback Malcolm Butler. However, the Patriots need to convince Butler to sign his first-round tender before any trade can be consummated. The Patriots placed a first-round tender on Butler, which would pay $3.91 million in 2017. With the move, New England can match any offer sheet given to Butler.more

  • Will the New York Jets Pursue Jay Cutler, Colin Kaepernick?

    With only two inexperienced quarterbacks on their roster, the New York Jets are in the market for a new starting signal-caller. Among those available for the Jets are Jay Cutler, Colin Kaepernick and Robert Griffin III. After starting the inconsistent Ryan Fitzpatrick in 27 games the past two seasons, the Jets are now looking for a dependable starting quarterback that can help end the team’s five-year playoff drought.more

  • Geno Smith meets with Giants, eyes Browns' starting quarterback spot

    While he’s interested in joining the New York Giants as backup to Eli Manning, quarterback Geno Smith is also eyeing the Cleveland Browns where he has a chance to compete for the starting job. According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, Smith is weighing his options since the Browns need an experienced starter.more

  • Seattle Seahawks Determined to Address Need for Running Backs

    The Seattle Seahawks have signed running back Eddie Lacy to shore up their rushing corps. According to multiple media reports, Lacy inked a one-year contract worth $5.5 million, with $3 million fully guaranteed. Lacy’s power style will complement the Seahawks’ young and loaded line-up that includes Thomas Rawls and C.J. Prosise.more

  • Houston Texans Still Eyeing Tony Romo, Tom Savage Not Yet Ready to Start

    In the latest NFL rumors, it is believed that the Houston Texans remain interested in veteran quarterback Tony Romo who is still with the Dallas Cowboys. A reported reason why Romo is still on their radar is because they are uncertain if Tom Savage can handle the starting job for an entire season.more

  • Cleveland Browns Determined to Compete in the 2017 NFL Season Based on Free-Agency Moves

    The Cleveland Browns are arguably the worst franchise in the NFL. However, in this year's offseason, Sashi Brown and Hue Jackson might be on their way to ending the team's struggles. The two have worked together to start their free agency in the right direction as they signed three players committed to the rebuilding process.more

  • Conor Barwin, Morris Claiborne Good Fits for San Francisco 49ers?

    The San Francisco 49ers roster will continually be improved this 2017 offseason, and there are some free agents who could help the team achieve success in this process. The offense is a top priority, but defense is also an area that needs upgrades. If that is the case, defensive end Connor Barwin and cornerback Morris Claiborne should be targeted by the 49ers.more

  • New England Patriots Might Lose 'Frustrated' Malcolm Butler After Signing Stephon Gilmore

    The drama surrounding the New England Patriots and star cornerback Malcolm Butler is worsening. Recently, Butler was reported to be displeased with the Patriots signing Stephon Gilmore who came from the Buffalo Bills. The addition of Gilmore led to him searching for a new team.more

  • Dallas Cowboys Could Lose Brandon Carr to New York Jets, Arizona Cardinals

    Recent rumors are out that the Dallas Cowboys could lose veteran cornerback Brandon Carr in this year’s free-agency. The New York Jets and Arizona Cardinals are reportedly interested in signing the nine-year pro.more

  • Adrian Peterson Might End Up With Seattle Seahawks, Oakland Raiders

    The Seattle Seahawks and Oakland Raiders are two of the potential landing spots for legendary free agent running back Adrian Peterson. The Minnesota Vikings opted out of the 31-year-old veteran’s deal last month, which made him an unrestricted free agent for the first time this offseason.more

  • Seattle Seahawks Choosing Between Running Backs Adrian Peterson, Jamaal Charles?

    The Seattle Seahawks currently has a need at the running back position and they are looking at two veteran stars as a potential signing this offseason. According to the latest rumors, the Seahawks are considering either former league MVP Adrian Peterson or four-time Pro-Bowler Jamaal Charles as two have scheduled visits to Seattle.more

  • New York Jets Linked to Possible Deal With Ex-Chicago Bears QB Jay Cutler

    Days after he was released by the Chicago Bears, free-agent quarterback Jay Cutler is in touch with the New York Jets, who are in need of a starting signal-caller. According to Ian Rapoport of NFL Network, no meeting date has been set but Cutler and the Jets are communicating. The Jets are looking for a starting quarterback, with only inexperienced Bryce Petty and Christian Hackenberg on the roster.more

  • Devonta Freeman Wants Out of Atlanta Falcons?

    Star running back Devonta Freeman addressed rumors that he plans to leave the Atlanta Falcons after both camps failed to agree on a long-term deal. Freeman told Vaughn McClure of that he will remain with the team that he helped carry to the Super Bowl last season. He is set to become a free agent after the 2017 season.more

  • Outside linebacker DeMarcus Ware Announces Retirement After 12 NFL Seasons

    Outside linebacker DeMarcus Ware announced his retirement after an impressive 12-year NFL career due to health concerns. Ware announced the move on his Twitter account with the words “it’s time” together with a picture of him in a Dallas Cowboys and Denver Broncos uniforms. The photo includes a message explaining his decision to hang up his cleats.more

  • Philadelphia Eagles Reunite With Ex-Quarterback Nick Foles, Release Backup Chase Daniel

    The Philadelphia Eagles have reunited with former quarterback Nick Foles, signing him to a two-year deal worth $11 million. According to, Foles’ contract includes $7 million in guaranteed money. After the move, last season’s backup quarterback Chase Daniel asked the Eagles for his release and the team might grant his request Monday, according to

  • Robert Griffin III Could End Up with the New York Jets After Being Cut by Cleveland Browns

    Recent rumors have emerged that Robert Griffin III might end up playing for the New York Jets next season after the quarterback was released by the Cleveland Browns last Friday. There are speculations saying that the former Washington Redskins signal-caller is interested in joining the Jets if an opportunity comes.more

  • Cleveland Browns Ready to Cut Brock Osweiler Days After Trading for Him

    The Cleveland Browns are ready to cut Brock Osweiler only days after acquiring him in a trade with the Houston Texans. Osweiler is coming off a terrible 2016 season in Houston which was highlighted by a Week 17 altercation with his former Texans head coach Bill O’Brien.more

  • Dallas Cowboys Unlikely to Trade Tony Romo, Teams Expecting QB to Hit Free Agency

    The Dallas Cowboys-Tony Romo drama is not ending anytime soon. Especially now that there are reports saying the Cowboys are having a difficult time trying to seek for business partners willing to complete a trade with them for the veteran quarterback. Romo's previous injury history is the main reason for this ordeal.more

  • Why Colin Kaepernick Is Still Available on the Market Days After NFL Free Agency Started

    Teams and players are getting busy with the NFL free agency under way but one prominent name suddenly disappeared from the news. Quarterback Colin Kaepernick, who finally left the San Francisco 49ers earlier this month, is slowly becoming an afterthought.more

  • Johnny Manziel Still Haven't Signed With An NFL Team, But QB is 'Off The Market'

    Johnny Manziel has not finalized any deal with an NFL team just yet for his comeback season. But at least there's good news coming his way: the controversial quarterback just got engaged to his model girlfriend Bre Tiesi.more

  • New England Patriots, New York Jets Fighting it Out for Dont’a Hightower’s Services

    The New England Patriots and the New York Jets are fighting for the services of free-agent linebacker Dont'a Hightower. According to Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports, the AFC East rivals are Hightower's top suitors right now. However, several teams are also eyeing to acquire the premier linebacker.more

  • Houston Texans Traded Brock Osweiler Partly Due to Altercation With Coach

    The Houston Texans traded Brock Osweiler to the Cleveland Browns partly due to an altercation between the quarterback and coach Bill O’Brien in their Week 17 loss to the Tennessee Titans. According to a Pro Football Talk source, the incident occurred at halftime of the Texans-Titans game.more

  • San Francisco 49ers Planning to Add More Quarterbacks, Says Kyle Shanahan

    Having two veteran quarterbacks on board will not stop the San Francisco 49ers from pursuing more signal-callers in the coming days, according to new head coach Kyle Shanahan. According to’s Marc Sessler, Shananan could sign more quarterbacks to boost competition in training camp. The 49ers recently inked veterans Brian Hoyer and Matt Barkley.more

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