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  • Cleveland Browns Wide Receiver Josh Gordon Shows Physique as he Attempts Comeback

    Out of the NFL since 2014, Cleveland Browns wide receiver Josh Gordon used his time away from football to keep himself in shape for a possible return. Gordon was briefly reinstated in July but was banned indefinitely last season due to repeated violations of the league’s substance abuse policy. The 25-year-old Gordon showed that he has been training during his suspension, posting a shirtless photo of himself on Instagram. He accompanied the photo with the “Who gon’ stop me, huh?”more

  • Las Vegas NHL Team Owner Hits Spending Public Money for Raiders’ Stadium

    The Raiders received a warm welcome from their fellow professional squad in Las Vegas, the NHL expansion team Golden Knights. In a statement, Golden Knights team owner Bill Foley congratulated fellow team owner Mark Davis and the Raiders on their relocation from Oakland. Afterwards, Foley criticized the spending of $750 million in public money to build a stadium for the Raiders. He said the money should have been allocated to other important matters.more

  • Dallas Cowboys Rumors: Denver Broncos Still Has Tony Romo on Their Radar

    Latest reports have emerged that the Denver Broncos are still interested in signing veteran quarterback Tony Romo if he ends up getting waived by the Dallas Cowboys. There had been rumors that Denver is no longer pursuing the four-time Pro-Bowler, but it looks like those are just mere speculations.more

  • Raiders Eye Christian McCaffrey as Potential Latavius Murray Replacement if Marshawn Lynch Chase Fails

    The Oakland Raiders have been pursuing Marshawn Lynch throughout the offseason as a potential replacement for Latavius Murray. However, the club has a backup plan if they fail to persuade Lynch from coming out of retirement as the Raiders are rumored to be eyeing Stanford running back Christian McCaffrey.more

  • Geno Smith as Eli Manning's Heir Apparent? Analysts Hit Ben McAdoo's Assessment

    New York Giants head coach Ben McAdoo created quite a stir when he declared that Geno Smith has the potential to be Eli Manning’s replacement. While McAdoo is excited about the possibility, some analysts believe that Smith have big shoes to fill if he is picked as heir to Manning’s throne. When asked about Smith’s future with the Giants, McAdoo said he sees the 2013 second-round pick as Manning’s eventual replacement when the latter retires, according to NJ.com.more

  • Only One QB from 2017 Draft Ready to Play Right Away, Says Cardinals' Bruce Arians

    Arizona Cardinals coach Bruce Arians has worked with many quarterbacks in his NFL career, including Peyton Manning, Ben Roethlisberger and Andrew Luck. His quality of work with signal callers has earned him the monicker “ultimate quarterback whisperer”. Based on his assessment of quarterbacks in the 2017 Draft, Arians said there is only one play caller who is ready to play right away.more

  • Ex-NFL Star Randy Moss Signs With United Soccer League Team as Goalie?

    Former NFL wide receiver Randy Moss celebrated April Fools one day early, announcing that he will join the Charlotte Independence of the United Soccer League (USL) as goalie. The news spread like wildfire after Moss made the announcement on YouTube wearing the team’s jersey bearing his name and his trademark No. 84. “You all aren’t going to believe this,” Moss said in a YouTube video posted by the Independence. "Yes, it’s official. You see the name on the back. It’s real. It’s official.”more

  • Dallas Cowboys Draft Preview: Who Should the Cowboys Pick? Here Are Some Options

    The Dallas Cowboys returned to prominence last season but still, there are aspects of their game that must be improved. They can do this in April's 2017 NFL Draft and there are a few prospects that make sense for them as they continue to improve the roster.more

  • New England Patriots Tagged as Possible Destination for Richard Sherman If He Gets Traded

    The New England Patriots are one of the busiest teams in this year's off-season and the roster moves are unlikely stopping for them now. It was even reported that they tried to go for one of their tormentors in Super Bowl XLIX, the Seattle Seahawks' Richard Sherman.more

  • NFL Free Agency 2017: Adrian Peterson Remains Patient, Green Bay Packers Opening Doors To Ex-MVP

    Running back Adrian Peterson is still without a team as the 2017 NFL off-season continues. However, one suggested that this could be the former NFL MVP's choice and not due to the reasons many believe are preventing organizations from giving him a contract.more

  • NFL Free Agents: Will the Oakland Raiders and Derek Carr Part Ways?

    Members of Raider Nation worrying about Derek Carr leaving by the end of the 2017 NFL season must calm down. It is likely that the Oakland Raiders will sign him to an extension deal and this could happen as early as next month when the draft concludes.more

  • Aaron Hernandez Trial: Former New England Patriots Star's Ex-Fiancee Took the Stand

    Another chapter was added to the Aaron Hernandez saga Thursday and this time it involved his fiancee, Shayanna Jenkins-Hernandez, who testified against him. Jenkins-Hernandez was present in the trial for the murders of Daniel de Abreu and Safiro Furtado.more

  • Richard Sherman Wants to Stay With the Seattle Seahawks

    Amid trade rumors, Seattle Seahawks superstar cornerback Richard Sherman declared that he wants to remain with the team. While he doesn’t want to leave the city and his teammates, Sherman said he will respect the Seahawks’ next move. "I wouldn't want to leave this city and my guys," Sherman told Gee Scott of 710 ESPN Seattle. “But I understand it's a business and organizational philosophies change."more

  • Dallas Cowboys Might Trade First-Round Pick, Hints Jerry Jones

    Dallas Cowboys team owner Jerry Jones hinted that the team might trade its No. 28 pick in the 2017 Draft. According to Jones, they will use the pick to move up or down the board, depending on how things unfold on draft night. “Near the bottom of the first, moving toward the top, this sets up for a little potential trade action to try to gain some value or try to hit an opportunity,” Jones told the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. If ever, the Cowboys will trade their first-round pick for the first time since 2013.more

  • Ex-49ers Coach Chip Kelly Wonders Why Colin Kaepernick Still Remains Unsigned

    Former San Francisco 49ers coach Chip Kelly is wondering why quarterback Colin Kaepernick remains unsigned at this point. Kelly vouched for Kaepernick’s dedication as a player and stressed that he was never a distraction during his one-year coaching stint with the 49ers. “When Colin is with us, he is 100 percent football,” Kelly told SI.com. “The protest never affected how he worked or what our workplace was like. And that’s a credit to Colin.”more

  • Philadelphia Eagles, Denver Broncos Show Interest On Stanford RB Christian McCaffrey

    The Philadelphia Eagles and Denver Broncos are reportedly interested on selecting Stanford running back Christian McCaffrey in the 2017 NFL Draft next month. McCaffrey is considered as one of the best running back prospects in this year’s draft class.more

  • Cleveland Browns Could Trade or Release 'Troubled' Wideout Josh Gordon

    Cleveland Browns wide receiver Josh Gordon has had a controversial past when it comes to violating the NFL’s substance-abuse policy. Gordon was reinstated by the league last year after a season-long suspension, but the 25-year-old wideout had chosen to go through rehabilitation instead of continuing his professional career.more

  • CBS Eyeing Tony Romo as Potential Phil Simms Replacement

    Television network CBS is reportedly eyeing Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo as a potential replacement for veteran sportscaster Phil Simms. Like Romo, Simms was also an NFL quarterback.more

  • Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers Emulating New England Patriots Quarterback Tom Brady

    Green Bay Packers head coach Mike McCarthy believes their franchise star Aaron Rodgers can be like Tom Brady of the New England Patriots. Brady is already 39 years old but he is not slowing down as he plans to continue playing for a few more seasons.more

  • NFL Free Agents 2017: Tampa Bay Buccaneers Flirting With Adrian Peterson?

    The Tampa Bay Buccaneers was the latest team connected to free agent and former NFL MVP Adrian Peterson. This was after a photo of him and Bucs quarterback Jameis Winston was posted on Instagram. The two recently had a workout which intrigued head coach Dirk Koetter.more

  • NFL: Green Bay Packers' Martellus Bennett Better Than New England Patrtiots' Rob Gronkowski?

    The Green Bay Packers added an offensive upgrade when they signed Martellus Bennett earlier this month. Packers head coach Mike McCarthy is so confident in their new addition that he believes the tight end could be the best at his position in the NFL.more

  • New England Patrtiots News: Malcolm Butler Not Worth It For New Orleans Saints

    Cornerback Malcolm Butler went from championship-winning piece to a guy with an uncertain future after the New Orleans Saints declined to sign him to an offer sheet. Technically, he is still with the New England Patriots who are waiting for him to ink his tender.more

  • San Diego Chargers Might Target QB in 2017 Draft as Possible Replacement to Philip Rivers

    San Diego Chargers head coach Anthony Lynn believes that the time is now to draft a young quarterback. The Chargers have the No. 7 overall pick in the 2017 Draft and are eyeing Patrick Mahomes of Texas Tech. Lynn told Chargers.com that the team is looking to add a young quarterback that can be a possible replacement for the 35-year-old Philip Rivers, who has been the Chargers’ starter for the past 11 years.more

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