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  • 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

  • NFL Draft: Cleveland Browns Obsessed With Quarterback Prospect Mitch Trubisky

    The Cleveland Browns selecting Myles Garrett with the No. 1 pick in the 2017 NFL Draft is old news. A new headline is their great interest in quarterback Mitch Trubisky. In the past few days, the Browns were linked to Trubisky and it appears they are willing to trade their No. 12 pick just to add him.more

  • Top NFL Prospect Gareon Conley Indicted Of Rape Days Away From Draft

    Ohio State cornerback Gareon Conley has been indicted of rape with only a few days away from Thursday’s 2017 NFL Draft. A woman, whose name was undisclosed, has accused him of raping her in a Cleveland hotel.more

  • Houston Texans to Pursue Jay Cutler After Draft? QB Not Retiring, Claims Agent

    If they don’t get a quarterback from the 2017 NFL Draft, the Houston Texans are interested in adding veteran signal-caller Jay Cutler to their roster. Cutler was reported to be heading for retirement but his agent clarified that he still wants to play this season. According to radio host Benjamin Allbright, the Texans may sign Cutler if they don’t find a suitable quarterback from the 2017 NFL Draft. The Texans are the only team that has shown interest in Cutler since he was released by the Chicago Bears.more

  • New York Giants Interested in Power Rusher LeGarrette Blount?

    After Adrian Peterson signed a two-year deal with the New Orleans Saints, all eyes will be on his fellow veteran rusher LeGarrette Blount. Blount looked headed for a reunion with the New England Patriots but negotiations fell through due to difference in contract value. Now, Blount has another suitor with NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport reporting that there is a mutual interest between the veteran rusher and the New York Giants. Rapoport added that a deal may be reached before the 2017 NFL Draft.more

  • Cincinnati Bengals to Trade Backup QB A.J. McCarron for First-Round Pick?

    The Cincinnati Bengals are willing to trade backup quarterback A.J. McCarron to interested teams for the right price. The Bengals reportedly want a first-round pick in exchange for McCarron, who has served as Andy Dalton's backup for the past two seasons. According to Ian Rapoport of NFL Network, the Bengals need no less than a first-round pick to convince them to trade McCarron. McCarron is reportedly being eyed by several teams in need of a veteran QB but the Bengals have set a high demand in an effort to keep their reliable backup for at least one more season.more

  • New Orleans Saints See Adrian Peterson as Right Fit, Sign Veteran Rusher to 2-Year, $7-M Deal

    The New Orleans Saints have signed veteran running Adrian Peterson to a two-year deal, saying he will be an "excellent fit in our locker room and in our offense". Peterson, who waited two months before finding a team, will serve as backup rusher to Saints main running back Mark Ingram. Ian Rapoport of NFL Network Insider reported that the Saints signed Peterson to a two-year contract worth $7 million. The deal will give Peterson $3.5 million in guaranteed money in 2017. The contract value will increase to $8.25 million with incentives and escalators.more

  • Michigan Safety Jabrill Peppers' Diluted Sample Test Results Positive

    Michigan safety Jabrill Peppers has tested positive for a diluted sample during this year’s NFL Scouting Combine, the league announced on Monday. The Wolverines sophomore is a second-round prospect in the upcoming 2017 NFL Draft on Thursday.more

  • 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

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