• Lamar Jackson rips critics on absence from voluntary OTAs

    Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson lashed out at critics questioning his absence from voluntary organized team activities. Jackson specifically took issue with former NFL quarterback and current Pro Football Talk analyst Chris Simms for his take on the matter. Simms compared Jackson to Tampa Bay Buccaneers star quarterback Tom Brady, whom Simms claimed never missed […]

  • Raiders didn’t inform Derek Carr of Colin Kaepernick workout

    Las Vegas Raiders coach Josh McDaniels didn’t inform quarterback Derek Carr that the team was going to work out Colin Kaepernick. That was because he felt there was no reason to do so. “I think he knows this is his football team and he’s working like it on the field and he’s leading the way […]

  • Jackson action? Ravens sign QB Brett Hundley

    Brett Hundley signed with the Baltimore Ravens and joined the voluntary organized team activities, a portion of the offseason program that starter Lamar Jackson is not attending. Down to two quarterbacks on the roster, the Ravens brought in Hundley to help the team function in on-field work without Jackson. Jackson is in a contract year […]

  • Report: NFL preparing to launch streaming service in July

    The NFL will soon be exploring yet another revenue stream, as the league is set to launch its own streaming service in July, per a report Wednesday from Sports Business Journal. “NFL Plus” would charge customers in the range of $5 a month, with live games streaming to tablets and phones being the primary selling […]

  • Raiders sign DL Tyler Lancaster

    The Las Vegas Raiders signed defensive lineman Tyler Lancaster on Wednesday. Terms were not announced. Lancaster, 27, played the last four seasons in Green Bay. He recorded 110 tackles in 59 career games (21 starts) for the Packers, who signed him as an undrafted free agent in 2018 out of Northwestern. Last season he had […]

  • Ravens not speaking for no-show QB Lamar Jackson

    Perennial Pro Bowl quarterbacks and players with contract talks on deck are not always expected at voluntary offseason workouts. That’s the position of Ravens head coach John Harbaugh as Baltimore opens organized team activities. “We’ve been down this road many times through the years,” Harbaugh said. “I’ll just let Lamar speak for himself on that.” […]

  • Reports: Raiders host QB Colin Kaepernick for workout

    The Las Vegas Raiders hosted quarterback Colin Kaepernick for a workout Wednesday, ESPN and NFL Network reported. Kaepernick, 34, last played in the NFL in 2016, the year in which he took a knee during the national anthem as a protest against racism and police brutality. While Kaepernick had continually expressed a desire to play […]

  • Nevada judge rejects dismissal, Gruden vs. NFL case cleared for trial

    Former Las Vegas Raiders coach Jon Gruden’s case against the NFL and commissioner Roger Goodell can move forward, a Nevada judge ruled Wednesday. District Court Judge Nancy Allf also denied a Motion to Compel the case into binding arbitration under the terms of Gruden’s NFL contract. Attorneys for the NFL and Goodell presented their positions […]

  • Report: Colts CB Kenny Moore sits seeking new contract

    Indianapolis Colts cornerback Kenny Moore is unhappy with his contract and not participating in OTA practices, the Indianapolis Star reported Wednesday. The practices are voluntary, meaning Moore cannot be fined for staying away. Moore, 26, has two years remaining on a four-year, $33.3 million contract he signed prior to the 2019 season. His average salary […]

  • Report: Broncos LB Jonathon Cooper to have finger surgery

    Denver Broncos linebacker Jonathon Cooper will have surgery Thursday to repair a tendon in his left ring finger, 9News reported Wednesday. He sustained the injury during the Broncos’ OTA practice on Monday and will likely miss the remainder of the offseason program, per the report. Cooper, 24, is expected to be ready by training camp. […]

  • Steelers name Omar Khan as general manager

    Omar Khan was promoted to general manager by the Pittsburgh Steelers on Wednesday. Khan, 45, has been with the Steelers since 2001. He has served as the team’s vice president of football and business administration for the past six seasons. Khan signed a four-year contract and replaces the retiring Kevin Colbert, who had been the […]

  • DE Jadeveon Clowney officially re-signs with Browns

    Defensive end Jadeveon Clowney signed a one-year contract with the Cleveland Browns on Wednesday. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed by the Browns, however multiple media outlets previously reported it was worth $11 million. Clowney, 29, rebounded from a down season with the Tennessee Titans in 2020 by recording 37 tackles (11 for […]

  • Pepsi ends decade-long run of presenting Super Bowl halftime show

    The Super Bowl’s halftime show will go on without Pepsi. The soda and snack giant announced Tuesday that it will no longer sponsor the performance held at intermission of the NFL’s annual championship game. “We have decided it’s time to pass the mic,” Pepsi said in a tweet. “Thank you to the amazing artists and […]

  • Kyle Shanahan still expects 49ers to trade Jimmy Garoppolo

    Quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo remains with the San Francisco 49ers for now, but the franchise’s decision-makers continue to be open about their preference for trading him before the 2022 season. Niners coach Kyle Shanahan spoke with reporters at organized team activities Tuesday and was asked about where things stood with Garoppolo. “I expect him at some […]

  • Al Michaels to call one playoff game for NBC as ‘emeritus’ contributor

    Al Michaels and NBC Sports have reached an agreement that will keep Michaels on in an “emeritus role” going forward. NBC announced the deal Tuesday, saying Michaels will continue to contribute to the network’s coverage of the NFL playoffs and the Olympics. Michaels, 77, anchored NBC Sports’ “Sunday Night Football” broadcast team beginning in 2006, […]

  • Rooney Rule expands to include QB coach hires

    Quarterback coaches are now part of the NFL’s diversity in hiring practices known commonly as the “Rooney Rule” under a renewed push to expand opportunities for minority candidates in the league. The NFL on Tuesday announced at its spring meetings the Rooney Rule addendum requires teams to interview at least one diverse candidate for the […]

  • Panthers: Christian McCaffrey unlikely to play in preseason

    Carolina Panthers running back Christian McCaffrey likely won’t play in any preseason games to try to keep him healthy for the 2022 season, coach Matt Rhule said Tuesday. The Panthers are seeking to find the magic again with McCaffrey, who has been riddled with injuries since his All-Pro season of 2019. He didn’t play in […]

  • Ravens reach deal with former All-Pro CB Kyle Fuller

    The Baltimore Ravens agreed to terms Tuesday on a one-year contract with former All-Pro cornerback Kyle Fuller. Financial terms were not released. Fuller, a Baltimore native, played last season on a one-year, $9.5-million contract with the Denver Broncos, starting 10 games. Fuller, 30, brings depth to a Ravens secondary that features starters Marlon Humphrey and […]

  • Report: Cardinals sign RB Darrel Williams

    The Arizona Cardinals have agreed to a contract with free agent running back Darrel Williams, the Schultz Report reported Tuesday. Terms of the deal were not reported. Williams, 27, played the past four seasons in Kansas City after playing at LSU. Last season, on a one-year, $1.6-million deal with the Chiefs, he rushed for 558 […]

  • Deshaun Watson accusers detail experience on ‘Real Sports’

    Two of the women who have accused Cleveland Browns quarterback Deshaun Watson of sexual misconduct detailed their experiences with him in an interview for HBO’s “Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel,” which will air Tuesday night. The women, each of whom provided Watson with a massage, told interviewer Soledad O’Brien that he touched them with his […]

  • Colts sign RB Ty’Son Williams

    The Indianapolis Colts signed free agent running back Ty’Son Williams on Tuesday, two weeks after the Baltimore Ravens withdrew their tender to the second-year pro. Terms were not released by the Colts. In a corresponding move, the Colts waived center Alex Mollette. Williams, 25, rushed for 185 yards and a touchdown in 13 games (three […]

  • NFL combine to stay in Indianapolis through 2024

    The NFL Scouting Combine will remain in Indianapolis through at least 2024. The NFL made the announcement on Tuesday during the spring league meetings in Atlanta. Peter O’Reilly, the NFL executive vice president of club business and league events, said the decision was made after a “close review.” Indianapolis has hosted the event since 1987, […]

  • Reports: Commanders buy land in Virginia for possible stadium site

    The Washington Commanders purchased 200 acres of land in Prince William County, Va., for about $100 million, multiple media outlets reported Monday. The franchise is in the process of weighing its options for a new stadium to replace FedEx Field in Landover, Md. The team has considered potential sites in Northern Virginia, Maryland and the […]

  • Matthew Stafford not throwing, Aaron Donald absent from Rams’ OTA

    Quarterback Matthew Stafford is still not throwing and defensive tackle Aaron Donald was a no-show due to his contract situation when the Super Bowl champion Los Angeles Rams began voluntary organized team activities on Monday. Stafford received an anti-inflammatory shot in his right elbow shortly after the Super Bowl victory over the Cincinnati Bengals. Stafford […]

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