Source: Tight End Ryan Griffin Released by Houston Texans

An NFL source has said that tight end Ryan Griffin was released by the Houston Texans. The veteran NFL player faces charges of public intoxication and vandalism for allegedly smashing a front window of a hotel with his hand in Nashville, Tennessee in April. Houston drafted San Diego State tight end Kahale Warring in April’s NFL draft and signed free agent Darren Fells earlier in the offseason. The Texans also drafted a pair of tight ends – Jordan Thomas and Jordan Akins – in 2018. Griffin was going to have strong competition to just keep a roster … [Read entire story]

Dak Prescott Wants to Always Play for the Dallas Cowboys

Dak Prescott let his intentions be known. The Dallas quarterback said on Wednesday night he wanted to be a member of the Cowboys forever. He added that he believes those involved with making his new deal feel the way he does. As a result, for Dak Prescott there is not rush he knows it will get completed. Dak Prescott will earn $2.02 million during his final year of his rookie contract of four years. It’s the deal he agreed to after being drafted by the Cowboys in 2016. Dallas took Prescott with a pick in the… [Read entire story]

Cardinals Sign Kyler Murray to 4-Year $35 Million Deal

On Thursday, the Arizona Cardinals signed Kyler Murray, the No. 1 draft pick in the NFL. The deal was done a day prior to the quarterback taking the field in rookie minicamp for the first time. The contract signed by Kyler Murray is a four-year $35 million deal, which is fully guaranteed. It also includes a $23.5 million signing bonus. As well as that, an option for a fifth year is also included. The NFL’s current collective bargaining agreement, which was signed in 2011, makes… [Read entire story]

Le’Veon Bell Keeping His “Formula” Over Jets Voluntary Practice

On Monday, New York Jets recently signed running back Le’Veon Bell, posted on social media that he knows the formula that works for him to be the best football player he can be. Bell used social media as means of responding to a question over when he was going to attend the Jets practice after he skipped some… [Read entire story]

Browns coach tells Greedy Williams to chill with Super Bowl guarantees

Something special is happening in The Land ?? It’s our time. #DawgPound #BeGreedyShave By #Braun #DesignedForWhatMatters #ad — Greedy Williams ™? (@Greedy) April 27, 2019 “I know one thing – that the Browns are going to the Super Bowl this year – that’s a fact.” That’s what standout LSU cornerback Greedy Williams had to say about after being drafted by the Cleveland Browns in the second round of the 2019 NFL Draft. The Browns… [Read entire story]

Odds Makers: Browns Will Not Make the Playoffs, Win Total at Nine

For the 2019 NFL season and beyond, expectations are high for the Cleveland Browns, Greedy Williams the Browns’ second round pick in last week’s draft is calling for the team to reach the Super Bowl. However, not all sportsbooks even have the Browns favored to reach the postseason, let alone the Super Bowl. … [Read entire story]

Former Raiders Kicker Sebastian Janikowski to Retire

On Sunday, Sebastian Janikowski said he would retire from the NFL at 41. The former kicker with the Oakland Raiders played 19 seasons in the NFL. Jankowski said that Super Bowl XXXVII, which the Raiders lost to Tampa Bay 48-21, still hurts when he thinks about it. The kicker said he believes his body cannot take the rigors of kicking any longer in the NFL. Affectionately nicked Seabass, Janikowski earned more during his NFL career than any other kicker as his total income was … [Read entire story]

Chiefs suspend Tyreek Hill after chilling child abuse audio leaks

MOMENTS AGO: Kansas City Chiefs GM Brett Veach announced the team has suspended wide receiver Tyreek Hill from all team activities pending an investigation. — 41 Action News (@41actionnews) April 26, 2019 Kansas City Chiefs general manager Brett Veach announced late Thursday night, Chiefs’ star wide receiver, Tyreek Hill, has been suspended from team activities. This announcement comes following the audio surfacing … [Read entire story]

Giants Draft Daniel Jones to One Day Replace Eli Manning

The New York Giants started preparing for football life after Eli Manning by drafting Daniel Jones a quarterback from Duke with the No. 6 overall pick in the NFL draft on Thursday. The Giants picked defensive tackle Dexter Lawrence from Clemson with the No. 17 pick overall and then traded to the end of the first round and picked Deandre Baker with the No. 30 pick. Baker played cornerback at Georgia. The Giants drafted Jones ahead of linebacker Josh Allen, which did not sit very well with … [Read entire story]

Running Back T.J. Yeldon Signs with Buffalo Bills

On Monday, the Buffalo Bills agreed to a two-year contract with running back T.J. Yeldon, who formerly played with the Jacksonville Jaguars. Yeldon joins a Bills backfield that includes veterans LeSean McCoy and Frank Gore. Buffalo has been quite active during free agency, signing several new players on offense including Gore, wide receivers Cole Beasley and John Brown, tight end Tyler Kroft and lineman Quinton Spain, Spencer Long and Mitch Morse. … [Read entire story]

NFL power rankings: Chiefs, Pats lead way in AFC

With a week before the NFL Draft, let’s take a look at where all the teams in the AFC stand after free agency finished up. Here’s the NFL power rankings for the AFC at this point in the year. 16. Miami Dolphins This is by design. The Dolphins are tanking hard to build for the future. 15. Cincinnati Bengals Cincinnati had the worst-rated defense a year ago and didn’t do a thing to improve it. Combine that with a first-year head coach and Andy … [Read entire story]

Josh Rosen: Control What You Can Control

Arizona Cardinals quarterback Josh Rosen remains determined despite seemingly being pushed out of his position and possibly the franchise. The Cardinals picked Josh Rosen with their first-round pick in the 2018 NFL Draft. They hold the No. 1 pick this year, and the consensus is that they will draft a quarterback. Fans and media alike await the Cardinals’ decision on who to draft with that pick… [Read entire story]

Zach Miller Officially Retires from NFL

Chicago Bears tight end Zach Miller officially announced his retirement on Tuesday, via his Instagram page. It marks the end of a long fight against injury, which Zach Miller ultimately lost. Zach Miller suffered a badly dislocated knee against the New Orleans Saints in Week 8 of the 2017 season. Then, he was taken to University Medical … [Read entire story]

Former Rugby Player Christian Wade Joins Buffalo Bills

Former England Rugby Union player Christian Wade has signed with the NFL’s Buffalo Bills, it was reported on Monday. Christian Wade has joined the league through the NFL’s International Pathway Program. The International Pathway Program provides a route into the league for foreign players. Christian Wade quit English Rugby Premiership team Wasps in October with the intention of joining the NFL. The former winger clocked a 4.53 40-yard rush at his pro day in Tampa last week. He trained alongside six other International Pathway prospects. Although the 27 year old was expected to be in the NFL draft later this month… [Read entire story]

DeMarcus Lawrence Signs Huge New Deal

In an instant, the status of Dallas Cowboys defensive end DeMarcus Lawrence changed dramatically. Following a protracted stalemate, DeMarcus Lawrence has agreed to sign a new contract. It is a five year, $105 million extension with $65 million guaranteed. This game-changing contract is the most guaranteed money ever for a… [Read entire story]

Raiders among teams worth watching in NFL Draft

The NFL Draft is in three weeks, and it’s been headlined by a few topics. For starters, Kyler Murray. It appears a foregone conclusion he’s going No. 1 overall, but will it be to the Arizona Cardinals or someone else? Beyond that, what are the Oakland Raiders going to do? Oakland has an NFL-high three first-round picks in the event, having gained two from the Dallas Cowboys and Chicago Bears in trades sending away Amari Cooper and Khalil Mack, respectively. Want $250 to bet on NFL … [Read entire story]

Cincinnati Bengals Mark Walton Facing More Charges

Cincinnati Bengals running back Mark Walton surrendered on Thursday to police and will face four charges. They include carrying a concealed weapon, which is a felony, following the running back’s third incident off-the-field in 2019. Court records indicated that Walton is facing charges of resisting an officer without violence, reckless driving and possession of marijuana. All three are misdemeanors. Each of the charges, including the felony charge, is from an incident… [Read entire story]

Russell Wilson Gives Seahawks Deadline for New Deal

Sources in the NFL have said that Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson has given the team a deadline of April 15 for a new deal as he enters his final year of his 2015 contract extension. Seattle team officials have had contract talks recently with Wilson’s representatives said head coach Pete Carroll during last week’s … [Read entire story]

Browns to officially introduce Odell Beckham to Cleveland on Monday

USA Today The Cleveland Browns are expected to introduce Odell Beckham Jr. to the team on Monday, April 1, that per Tom Withers of the Associated Press. #Browns planning to introduce Odell Beckham Jr. on Monday. Quite an opening day. — Tom Withers (@twithersAP) March 29, 2019 The announcement will make for a media frenzy in Cleveland considering it’s opening day for the Cleveland Indians. The Browns got Beckham in a trade from the New … [Read entire story]

Arizona Cardinals Meet With Nick Bosa in Florida

Another twist has been added to the upcoming NFL draft by the Arizona Cardinals. On Friday, the leadership of the Cardinals dined with defensive end Nick Bosa in south Florida, said a league source. After talk that for the last couple of months linking the Cardinals with quarterback Kyler Murray, the dinner on Friday in Fort Lauderdale with … [Read entire story]

Titans need to make significant strides this season

The Tennessee Titans have to make a move in 2019. If they don’t. they are in serious danger of becoming a perennial afterthought in the AFC South. For years, the Titans have been good enough to stay in the playoff conversation but never quite a contender. Tennessee actually did reach the playoffs … [Read entire story]

NFL Officials Can Now Review Pass Interference

On Tuesday, NFL owners voted to approve a big expansion of the replay review system of the league following pressure from coaches and fans after the missed call for pass interference in the NFC Championship Game play in January. For the 2019 season, offensive as well as defensive pass interference will be reviewable. These are the first penalties in the replay system of the NFL to be added to … [Read entire story]

Source: Dallas Cowboys Agree With Safety George Iloka

An NFL source said that the Dallas Cowboys have agreed to a one-year deal with veteran safety George Iloka, but no terms of the deal have been released. The Cowboys have been targeting the safety position during free agency, although Earl Thomas a Pro Bowler six times was the subject of several rumors dating back to January of 2017, he never was a realistic thought for the Cowboys due to his price. Thomas was signed last … [Read entire story]

Sorry, ladies! Cam Newton is celibate this month

Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton is taking a page out of George Costanza’s book in hopes that abstinence will kick his brain into overdrive. Appearing Thursday on The Late Late Show with James Corden, Newton suggested that he will go through the entire month of March without engaging in sexual activity. “In March—I hope this is an adult crowd, it looks like it—no climax,” Newton said. Newton noted that he wanted to do something challenging on the heels of undergoing shoulder surgery, and added, “So now when the season … [Read entire story]

Ben Roethlisberger’s contract extension with Steelers not ‘imminent’ as of yet

Throughout the last several months, the Steelers have been shrouded by constant chatter around the franchise that has largely revolved around the offensive side of the ball. Much of which has been regarding Pro Bowl quarterback Ben Roethlisberger, who has been directly referenced in both situations involving Antonio Brown and Le’Veon Bell. That has now left the team in a tough spot with Roethlisberger’s long-term future with the franchise, according to Jeremy Fowler of ESPN. Quarterback … [Read entire story]

Clay Matthews Signs Two-Year Deal with Rams

Following 10 seasons at linebacker with the Green Bay Packers, Clay Matthews agreed to a two-year deal with the Los Angeles Rams. The Rams announced the deal on Tuesday. Matthews lived in southern California growing up and was a walk-on at USC. Want $250 to bet on NFL futures? Sign up today! The career sacks leader with the Packers with 83.5, Matthews had just 3.5 sacks in the 2018 season. That is his lowest total for a single season for his entire career. Last season he played… [Read entire story]

Cleveland Browns Favored to Win AFC North

The NFL offseason is just over a month old and the Cleveland Browns have quickly become a very talented team and odds makers have taken notice. The Browns’ odds to win the Super Bowl next February have shortened to 14 to 1 from 25 to 1 after trading with the New York Giants to obtain wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. Cleveland has also become the most bet on team in the NFL to win the Super Bowl both in number of tickets and … [Read entire story]

Dolphins trade QB Ryan Tannehill to Titans

Miami ?? Nashville Best @ryantannehill1 ? » — Tennessee Titans (@Titans) March 16, 2019 The Miami Dolphins’ quarterback room is about to be completely empty. According to the agent for veteran quarterback Ryan Tannehill, he’s headed to the Tennessee Titans in a trade. This deal seemingly came out of left field. After Miami lost out on… [Read entire story]

Detroit Lions made a litany of moves but didn’t change fortunes

The Detroit Lions finished in last place of the NFC North last season. This week, they spent a ton of money to make sure that wouldn’t happen again. It’s not clear that they succeeded. Detroit was throwing money around like a drunk frat kid at a poker table. However, it can be argued that the cash wasn’t wisely doled out. The Lions dropped a huge sum on defensive end Trey Flowers, who took… [Read entire story]

Steelers find themselves in unusual position of underdog

The Pittsburgh Steelers are usually the sexy team in the AFC North. Not anymore. Coming out of the crux of free agency, it’s the Cleveland Browns who suddenly are the superstars in the division. Cleveland went out and traded for New York Giants defensive end Olivier Vernon last week before landing Odell Beckham from New York in a separate trade — later combined … [Read entire story]

Oakland Raiders compelled to go great guns in free agency

The Oakland Raiders appeared to be rebuilding. After trading for and then paying Antonio Brown, that no longer appears to be the case. On Sunday morning, the Oakland Raiders sent third and fifth-round draft picks to the Pittsburgh Steelers in exchange for Brown. Brown, who turns 31 years old in July, was given a new contract that includes $30 million guaranteed. His performance shows no signs of decay — Brown scored 15 touchdowns in as many games last year. However, it’s fair to wonder how long he has before they appear considering his age. Want $250 … [Read entire story]

Denver Broncos Offer Alternative to Onside Kick

Nine rule changes have been proposed by NFL teams for 2019 including one by the Denver Broncos that would end onside kicks. The proposal by the Broncos, which was released by the NFL on Friday night, would give each team one opportunity to remain on the offense after scoring in the fourth quarter. Rather than kicking off the team that just scored would receive the ball at its 35-yard line and play would begin as fourth-and-15. If 15 yards… [Read entire story]

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