• NFL Draft preview: Packers' roster far from settled

    GREEN BAY -- Consider the Green Bay Packers forewarned. Like it or not, they now know they will be first up in the NFL's season-opening game, the night of Sept. 4, on the road against the defending champion Seattle Seahawks with the release of the league schedule Wednesday. That gives Green Bay…

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  • NFL Draft preview: Browns face pivotal draft

    BEREA, Ohio -- The Cleveland Browns were one of the busiest teams in the NFL this offseason, but with more than $29 million to spare, still have more salary-cap room than any other team in the league. That money likely will not be paid to more unrestricted free agents but instead will go to extend…

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  • Russell Wilson, wife file for divorce after two years of marriage

    The Seattle quarterback has filed for divorce.

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    Could Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel end up in Dallas?

    What is the most likely landing spot for Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel? Daniel Jeremiah and Charles Davis offer a couple of teams that offer a perfect match.

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  • NFL Draft Needs: Broncos

    Evan Silva and Josh Norris preview what positions and prospects the Denver Broncos could target in May's draft.

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  • NFL Draft preview: Steelers regroup after cap hit

    PITTSBURGH -- The Pittsburgh Steelers made some surprising moves in the offseason only because they were in cap hell and were able to climb out of it, at least all the way to cap purgatory, which allowed them to sign some free agents and re-sign some of their own. Of course, they lost some good…

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  • Could Falcons trade up to No. 1 for Clowney? Texans said to be open to it

    For months, we've wondered what the Houston Texans might do with the first pick — take a quarterback or draft Jadeveon Clowney. Well now, it appears they could trade the pick to the Atlanta Falcons, who covet Clowney.

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  • NFL Draft preview: QB not demand for Vikings

    EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. -- In their foray into free agency as the top decision-makers of the Minnesota Vikings, general manager Rick Spielman and first-year head coach Mike Zimmer filled enough holes throughout the depth chart to theoretically keep the Vikings from overextending to reach for a specific…

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  • Detroit Lions welcome new faces

    Their new coach has been to Super Bowls and the Detroit Lions how have two new players who have championship rings. Free-agent acquisitions Golden Tate and James Ihedigbo - who played on the winning side of the last two Super Bowls - finished their second day of minicamp practices with their new…

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  • 2014 NFL schedule: Steelers, Cowboys, Colts dominate lineup on Sunday and Monday night

    Shutdown Corner's Anwar Richardson and Frank Schwab will take a look at the Sunday and Monday night games, week by week, and see how entertaining the prime-time schedule will be this season.

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  • Bills cheerleaders file suit against team over pay, harassment

    The Buffalo Jills are not happy with their working conditions.

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  • Herschel Walker, 52, says he could play in NFL now; backs Trump for Bills

    Herschel Walker says he could play part time in the NFL right now at age 52 and also says that Donald Trump would make a great NFL owner. We want what he's having!

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    'Caught in the Draft': Young taken in supplemental draft

    Find out how former USFL players like quarterback Steve Young and defensive end Reggie White were to be selected by NFL teams after leaving the failing league.

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  • First Down: Should you buy the hype on Patterson, Foles, others?

    Place your ear to the grapevine this time of year and chances are you’re bound to hear stories of despair, mediocrity and, of course, excessive hype … This group of draft prospects is RISING. That group is FALLING. Everyone in this class is destined to overachieve/underachieve. The wild…

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  • NFL Draft preview: Bengals focused on Dalton's future

    CINCINNATI -- As the free agency period came and went, the Cincinnati Bengals quietly minded their business by choosing to use money for extensions on their own young stars rather than pay cash to others on the market. Attempts to bring back defensive end Michael Johnson and offensive tackle…

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  • NFL Draft Needs: Pick a round, any round, and a good defensive back will be there

    In our "Draft Needs" series we will also examine which teams will be in the market at each position, looking to fill their remaining roster holes.

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  • Seahawks personnel exec McCloughan resigns

    Seattle Seahawks personnel executive Scot McCloughan resigned to tend to a personal matter.

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  • NFL Draft Needs: Chiefs

    Evan Silva and Josh Norris preview what positions and prospects the Kansas City Chiefs could target in May's draft.

    Rotoworld
  • Marcus Trufant retires as member of the Seahawks

    When it was clear Marcus Trufant's time with the Seattle Seahawks was over following the 2012 season, he was given a message by general manager John Schneider and coach Pete Carroll on his way out. If it became apparent that Trufant was ready to retire from the NFL, they wanted him to do it as a…

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  • Kosar believes he's off TV for slurred speech

    Former Browns quarterback Bernie Kosar believes he's been unfairly sacked as a TV broadcaster. Kosar has been removed as a color commentator for Cleveland's preseason games by the team. The Browns said Wednesday night he was being replaced by Solomon Wilcots, who will work with play-by-play…

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