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  • New York Giants Could Trade Up to Get Stanford RB Christian McCaffrey

    Latest rumors have emerged that the New York Giants are intending to trade up in the upcoming 2017 NFL Draft to acquire Stanford running back Christian McCaffrey. The Cardinal junior has been in the Top 10 of most mock drafts heading into Thursday’s official draft and the Giants’ highest pick is at no. 23 overall.more

  • San Francisco 49ers Target North Carolina QB Mitch Trubisky At No. 2

    Rumors are out that the San Francisco 49ers are planning to draft North Carolina quarterback Mitch Trubisky as the second overall pick of the upcoming 2017 NFL Draft on Thursday. The Niners have been open to trading down their no. 2 pick in the past few weeks but there seemed to be no team interested and so drafting the Tar Heels junior has become an option for the squad.more

  • New Orleans Saints Unwilling to Give Up Picks for New England Patriots CB Malcolm Butler

    It looks like Malcolm Butler is going to remain with the New England Patriots for the foreseeable future as the New Orleans Saints are reportedly unwilling to give up draft picks for the two-time Super Bowl champion cornerback. The Saints have been rumored to be interested in acquiring Butler since the offseason started, but the Patriots have placed on him a first-round tender that prevented New Orleans from signing him via free agency.more

  • New England Patriots Cornerback Malcolm Butler Starting to Lose Significance

    Cornerback Malcolm Butler is in a predicament with his future undetermined. Butler already signed his tender with the New England Patriots which allows them to trade him. Unfortunately, the New Orleans Saints, the only team interested, is backing out.more

  • Adrian Peterson and New Orleans Saints a Match Made in Heaven, Here's Why

    It looks like former NFL MVP Adrian Peterson is playing in the 2017 season as he is reportedly close to a deal with the New Orleans Saints. This may be great for his career since with the Saints, he has a chance to redeem himself without taking all the workload.more

  • New England Patriots, LeGarrette Blount No Chance of Reuniting With Bills Giving up Mike Gillislee

    LeGarrette Blount could suffer the same fate Malcolm Butler went through. The cornerback lost importance to the New England Patriots and the free agent running back might be next. This is after the Buffalo Bills declined to match Mike Gillislee's offer sheet.more

  • Chicago Bears Might Take Mitch Trubisky With Third Overall Selection

    The Chicago Bears own the third overall pick in the 2017 NFL Draft. This year's class is loaded with talent but experts are not high on quarterbacks. However, the Bears are rumored to be interested in taking North Carolina quarterback Mitch Trubisky.more

  • Seattle Seahawks Waiting for Crazy Trade Offer for Richard Sherman

    The Seattle Seahawks are slowing down when it comes to the Richard Sherman trade talks. Team general manager John Schneider shared in a recent press conference that they are putting this behind them, although they are not totally walking away from it.more

  • San Francisco 49ers to Take Quarterback With No. 2 Overall Pick?

    Having Brian Hoyer and Matt Barkley in their roster will not dissuade the San Francisco 49ers from taking a quarterback from the 2017 NFL Draft. The 49ers own the 2nd overall pick and may use it to take another signal-caller into their fold. With the 49ers lacking a long-term answer at quarterback, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network said coach Kyle Shanahan may gamble on Mitch Trubisky despite his lack of experience as starter in college. Trubisky assumed the UNC starting quarterback job for just one season.more

  • NFL Rumors: Saints, Veteran Rusher Adrian Peterson Closing in on Deal?

    After weeks of waiting and searching, veteran rusher Adrian Peterson may have found a new team. The New Orleans Saints and Peterson are reportedly working out details of a one-year deal reportedly worth in excess of $3 million. According to Ian Rapoport of NFL Network, the two sides are closing in on a contract that will pay Peterson $3.25 million in 2017. Peterson will also earn another million as incentives. Rapoport said the agreement is not yet finalized but they are expected to reach an agreement before the 2017 NFL Draft.more

  • New England Patriots Have Change of Heart, Will Keep Malcolm Butler, Jimmy Garoppolo

    Despite persistent trade rumors, the New England Patriots will keep backup quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo and cornerback Malcolm Butler for next season. There were reports that Garoppolo and Butler may be traded before Draft Day by the Patriots for first-round picks. According to Adam Schefter of ESPN.com, any trade report involving Garoppolo will not happen as the Patriots don’t want to lose their backup to Tom Brady. The Patriots want to keep Garoppolo in case Brady, who will turn 40 during the preseason, suffers a serious injury or a decline in performance.more

  • NFL Draft Prospect Caleb Brantley Faces Misdemeanor Charge for Knocking Out a Woman

    Second-round draft prospect Caleb Brantley is dealing with a misdemeanor charge only days before the 2017 NFL Draft for allegedly punching a woman earlier this month. The former Florida Gators defensive tackle was reportedly “involved in a physical altercation” with the said woman on April 13 and it was only on Friday that the supposed victim filed a complaint with the police.more

  • Cleveland Browns, Houston Texans Remain Interested in Jimmy Garoppolo

    Speculations abound that the New England Patriots are lowering their asking price for Jimmy Garoppolo. The Cleveland Browns and Houston Texans are said to be remaining interested in trading for the backup quarterback.more

  • San Francisco 49ers, Indianapolis Colts to Trade Down in Draft?

    The San Francisco 49ers and Indianapolis Colts are planning to trade down their first-round picks in the 2017 NFL Draft on Thursday, according to the latest NFL rumors. The Niners own the second overall pick while the Colts are on the clock at no. 15.more

  • Cleveland Browns Hoping to Get Mitch Trubisky or Deshaun Watson If They Acquire Sixth Overall Pick From Jets

    The 2017 NFL Draft is just days away and the Cleveland Browns seemed to have made up their minds in taking defensive end Myles Garrett as the first overall selection. However, the Browns are still interested in quarterback Mitch Trubisky and they are prepared to make a trade with the New York Jets.more

  • Colin Kaepernick the Answer to Houston Texans' Quarterback Dilemma

    The quarterback market is drying up and the 2017 NFL Draft may fail to bring legitimate starters at the position. That is why if the Houston Texans want to acquire one more passer, it might be time to take risks and go for the controversial Colin Kaepernick.more

  • Dallas Cowboys Content With Roster, Plan to Stick With 28th Pick

    The Dallas Cowboys are keeping their doors open for a trade that will allow them to move up in the first round of the 2017 NFL Draft. This sounds good but finishing a deal for it to happen is not a priority for them. They are happy with the 28th overall pick.more

  • Cleveland Browns, New York Jets to Complete Deal With One Aiming to Move up and Another Willing to Go Down

    The Cleveland Browns returned in trade rumors and were again included in a potential deal that would grant them a chance to select quarterback Mitch Trubisky. This time, they will complete a trade with the New York Jets who are reportedly open to moving down.more

  • New York Giants Might Move on From Odell Beckham Jr. After This Season

    Since he was drafted 12th overall by the New York Giants in 2014, wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. has become a magnet for controversy due to his fiery play and competitive demeanor. Now, the Giants will make a decision whether to keep him or part ways with their controversial wideout. The Giants have 11 days on whether to exercise their fifth-year option on Beckham or not. Up to now, Ralph Vacchiano of Pro Sports Daily said the Giants are non-committal about keeping the 24-year-old Beckham, who has averaged 96 catches, 1,374 yards and 12 touchdowns per season through his first three years.more

  • Chicago Bears Might Take Myles Garrett at No. 3

    The Chicago Bears may land the biggest prize in the 2017 NFL Draft if the Cleveland Browns and the San Francisco 49ers both select a quarterback with the No. 1 and No. 2 picks. If this happens, the Bears might take defensive end Myles Garrett, the best player in this latest field of rookies. Former Bears scout Greg Gabriel raised this scenario via Twitter, saying the Browns might take quarterback Mitch Trubisky as the No. 1 overall. The 49ers, for their part, are reportedly interested in Watson and may pick him 2nd overall.more

  • NFL Rumors: Raiders, Marshawn Lynch Too Far Apart in Contract Negotiations?

    The Oakland Raiders and running back Marshawn Lynch appeared to be headed to an agreement after the rusher expressed interest in joining his hometown squad. Days after, it was revealed that the two sides are far apart when it comes to contract amount. According to Vic Tafur of the San Francisco Chronicle, the Raiders want to pay Lynch one-third of the $9 million deal that he was scheduled to earn with the Seattle Seahawks in 2017. Tafur said Lynch is "balking at taking less than half."more

  • NFL Draft Rumors: 40-Yard Dash King John Ross III Undraftable Due to Injury Concerns?

    Several NFL teams have reportedly taken former Washington wide receiver John Ross III off their respective draft boards due to concerns about his health and durability despite his potential and speed. Ross grabbed the spotlight at the NFL Combine when he set a new record in the 40-yard dash with 4.22 seconds. The 5-11, 188-pound Ross was a presumptive first-round draft pick. According to some mock drafts, Ross has been projected as one of the top three receivers available in this year's draft, along with Western Michigan's Corey Davis and Clemson's Mike Williams.more

  • Oakland Raiders Issue Deadline for Marshawn Lynch to Decide, Rusher Still Interested

    Tired of waiting for a reply from Marshawn Lynch, the Oakland Raiders have issued a deadline for the veteran running back before making their next decision. According to Raiders general manager Reggie McKenzie, he will give Lynch before the draft to decide whether to join the team or not. "At some point, you would like to know," McKenzie told Vic Tafur of the San Francisco Chronicle. "Prior to the draft is that point."more

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