Dolphins sign Greg Jennings|
The Miami Dolphins have signed wide receiver Greg Jennings. Financial terms of the two-year deal were not disclosed. Jennings spent the last two seasons in Minnesota and was released in March to clear... Full Story
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Jameis Winston is hardly a can't-miss prospect, but comparing the former Florida State star to this generation's ultimate draft bust is as lazy as the work ethic that essentially doomed JaMarcus Russell. "With Jameis Winston, I see JaMarcus Russell," a unnamed... Full Story
|Draft Thoughts: Where do|
these WRs rank?
Much was made this time last year about the talent level at the wide receiver position in the 2014 NFL Draft. It was thought to be the deepest on the board, with some of the biggest names and potential stars.
And those players didn't disappoint... Full Story
|NFL suspends Hardy 10 games|
The NFL has suspended Dallas Cowboys defensive end Greg Hardy without pay for the first 10 games of the 2015 season for conduct detrimental to the league in violation of the NFL Constitution and By-Laws, the NFL Player Contract, and the NFL Personal Conduct Policy.
The suspension stems from domestic... Full Story
|DGB: Boom or Bust?|
Every year it seems there is a player coming out of college that pro personnel scratch their heads about - one that possesses both a high ceiling and an abyss-like floor simultaneously.
In the 2015 NFL Draft that player is wide receiver Dorial Green-Beckham. The former Missouri... Full Story
|Don't sleep on these prospects|
Nearly everyone understands the road to steady and consistent success in the NFL runs through the draft.
And hitting on the majority of your first-round picks is certainly a prerequisite to prosperity in the league but the really good organizations set themselves apart during Day 3 of the process when all the... Full Story
|Judge approves NFL concussion settlement|
A federal judge on Wednesday granted final approval of a revised settlement agreement between the NFL and thousands of former players who sued the league over concussions and their effects.
The settlement will pay up to $5 million to... Full Story
|Bengals extend Lewis through 2016|
The Cincinnati Bengals signed head coach Marvin Lewis to a one-year extension on Wednesday.
The deal now keeps Lewis with the team through the 2016 season.
Last season, the Bengals went 10-5-1... Full Story
|NFL announces 2015 schedule|
The National Football League released its 2015 regular-season schedule on Tuesday.
The New England Patriots' quest for a repeat begins on Sept. 10 when they host the Pittsburgh Steelers in Thursday night's opener of the 2015 NFL season. Kickoff weekend features 13 games... Full Story
|Ravens sign CB Smith to extension|
The Baltimore Ravens signed cornerback Jimmy Smith to a contract extension on Tuesday.
While terms were not disclosed, an NFL.com report indicated it is a four- year deal worth $48 million with $21 million guaranteed. The 26-year-old Colorado product will be entering his fifth season with... Full Story
|Tebow signing exposes Kelly|
From a pure football sense, Tim Tebow's arrival in Philadelphia means virtually nothing.
The best-case scenario is that everyone's favorite mechanical mess at the quarterback position turns into a third-string option and a valuable specialist in a system that should play to his perceived strengths. Full Story
|Adrian Wilson retires as a Cardinal|
The Arizona Cardinals announced Monday that safety Adrian Wilson has signed a contract and is officially retiring from the NFL.
Wilson announced his retirement during a press conference at the Cardinals' Tempe facility, alongside team president Michael Bidwill... Full Story
|Eagles announce 1-year deal|
for Tim Tebow
Yes, the Philadelphia Eagles have signed Tim Tebow.
The quarterback-turned TV analyst was signed to a one-year deal on Monday, the team announced, just the latest unexpected move by Chip Kelly's Eagles in an offseason filled with them. Full Story
|Mock Draft 4.0 The look-at-me edition|
April 15 means many things to many people.
To most of the country it's the yearly nightmare called tax day. To baseball fans, it's Jackie Robinson Day or in my twisted Yankee-centric reality, Mariano Rivera Day, to a lot of hard-partying NFL players, it means their favorite holiday (420) is right around the corner... Full Story