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  • 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

  • Seattle Seahawks Won't Trade Cornerback Richard Sherman

    For weeks, All-Pro cornerback Richard Sherman has been the subject of trade speculations heading into the 2017 NFL Draft. Latest development indicated that Sherman will stay with the Seattle Seahawks next season. Seahawks general manager John Schneider indicated that the team will not trade Sherman, according to Sheil Kapadia of "Right now, I don't think the odds are very good," Schneider said when asked about Sherman's trade.more

  • Cleveland Browns Owner Want a QB, Might Take Mitch Trubisky No. 1 Overall

    The Cleveland Browns coaching staff is set on making Myles Garrett the No. 1 overall pick in the 2017 NFL Draft. That decision may be altered after Browns team owner Jimmy Haslam declared that he wants a quarterback from this year’s draft. Haslam’s pronouncement will complicate things for the Browns, who might alter their plans before Draft Day and give in to the owner’s wish. This will give the San Francisco 49ers a chance to take Garrett with their No. 2 pick, according to David Fucillo of Niners Nation.more

  • New England Patriots to Trade Jimmy Garoppolo, Malcolm Butler on Draft Day?

    The New England Patriots traded their first-round pick in the 2017 NFL Draft last month to the New Orleans Saints for wide receiver Brandin Cooks. The latest the Patriots can take a player off the board in Philadelphia come Draft Day will be in the third round or 72nd overall. Despite their lack of first- or second-round picks, the Patriots are still preparing for any eventuality, working out possible first-round pick, offensive tackle Ryan Ramczyk. Ramczyk is considered one of the best offensive linemen in the draft and sure-fire first-round pick, according to Ryan Hannable of

  • NFL Draft Rumors: LSU's Leonard Fournette Could Slide Down Draft After Leaked Wonderlic Test Result

    Recent rumors are out that LSU running back Leonard Fournette could slide down the 2017 NFL Draft after the results of his Wonderlic Test were leaked. Fournette had scored 11 out of 50 on the said exam, which was administered during the NFL Combine.more

  • Tom Brady, Colin Kaepernick Included in Time Magazine's '100 Most Influential' List

    NFL quarterbacks Tom Brady and Colin Kaepernick were both included in Time Magazine’s “100 Most Influential People” list for 2017. There are five sections in the list, which also includes “Pioneers”, “Artists”, and “Leaders”, and Brady was named under the category of “Titans” while Kaepernick was under “Icons”.more

  • NFL Rumors: Dallas Cowboys Selecting Wide Receiver in Later Rounds of 2017 Draft

    Dez Bryant will lead a good group of wide receivers in the 2017 season. Despite this, the Dallas Cowboys may need to add one more to bring speed into the position. They can do this by selecting a receiver in the later rounds of the upcoming 2017 NFL Draft.more

  • Notre Dame's DeShone Kizer Too Confident, Could Cause Him in the Long Run

    In the world of sports, confidence is crucial to an athlete's success. Notre Dame's DeShon Kizer has plenty of it and that was evident through his recent interview. However, this may have negative effects on his career in the long run, especially after he compared himself to Tom Brady and Cam Newton.more

  • Cleveland Browns Could Get Myles Garrett, Mitch Trubisky If 49ers Agree on Possible Trade

    The 2017 NFL Draft is just a week away and the Cleveland Browns will have the first overall pick. The Browns are still undecided between Myles Garrett and Mitch Trubisky but they could end up with both players if they can pull off a big trade.more

  • Cleveland Browns Turn Down Chance to Acquire New England Patriots Quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo

    The Cleveland Browns will rely on the current quarterbacks they have, and perhaps the 2017 NFL Draft. This is after team vice president Sashi Brown shut down the idea of them trading for a quarterback this off-season. The name often linked to them when it comes to this matter is Jimmy Garoppolo of the New England Patriots.more

  • Florida State RB Dalvin Cook May Drop to the Second Round

    Florida State running back Dalvin Cook could get drafted in the second round of the 2017 NFL Draft, according to the latest rumors. The Seminoles junior has been considered as one of the first-round draft prospects this year, but recent projections are starting to drop him to round 2.more

  • Buffalo Bills Want QB in First Round, Target Clemson's Deshaun Watson

    The Buffalo Bills are planning to select a quarterback in the first round of the 2017 NFL Draft and according to rumors, their top prospect is Clemson’s Deshaun Watson. The team is scheduled to visit Watson at Clemson on Friday.more

  • Buffalo Bills Still Undecided on Sammy Watkins Option, Mike Gillislee's Offer Sheet

    The Buffalo Bills are faced with two crucial situations, including one that needs to be addressed immediately this week. The Bills must decide whether they will exercise their option on wide receiver Sammy Watkins for the 2018 season. The Bills must also determine if they will match the offer sheet that restricted free agent running back Mike Gillislee signed with the New England Patriots. Gillislee signed the two-year, $6.4 million offer sheet, which includes $4 million in 2017.more

  • New York Giants Interested in Veteran Rushers Adrian Peterson, LeGarrette Blount

    The New York Giants are in the market for a running back after releasing Rashad Jennings in February. The Giants can either use the 2017 NFL Draft to fill the position or sign veteran free agent rushers such as Adrian Peterson and LeGarrette Blount. According to Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports, the Giants are interested in acquiring either Peterson or Blount. However, La Canfora said the Giants have no intention of overpaying for either especially before the NFL Draft, where they pick 23rd in the first round.more

  • Kirk Cousins Downplays Trade Rumors, Claims He Wants to Stay With Washington Redskins

    Washington Redskins quarterback Kirk Cousins is the subject of trade rumors in the past weeks. Reports have it that the Cleveland Browns plan to trade the No. 1 overall pick to the Redskins for Cousins while the San Francisco 49ers are eyeing him to fill their starting quarterback position.more

  • Oakland Raiders Willing to Walk Away From Marshawn Lynch Deal

    The Oakland Raiders want running back Marshawn Lynch to come on board and boost their rushing game after last year’s top rusher Latavius Murray left and joined the Minnesota Vikings. With negotiations not moving as planned, the Raiders are ready to drop their plan of signing Lynch for next season. Albert Breer of The MMQB said the Raiders were impressed with Lynch’s shape during their meeting. But Breer added that the Raiders are willing to walk away from a potential deal if no deal is made in the coming days.more

  • Detroit Lions, New York Giants Target Florida Linebacker Jarrad Davis in First Round

    The Detroit Lions and New York Giants are targeting Florida linebacker Jarrad Davis with their first round picks in the upcoming 2017 NFL Draft. The Lions will select at no. 21 while the Giants are two spots down at no. 23.more

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