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Chris Clemons Potentially Facing Assault Charges After Nightclub Incident

Arizona Cardinals safety Chris Clemons could reportedly face assault charges for a May incident outside a nightclub in Scottsdale, Arizona. According to Yihyun Jeong of the Arizona Republic, “Scottsdale police recommended [on Wednesday]...Show More Summary

Browns' Josh Gordon to be reinstated by NFL, can attend training camp

Some good news for the Cleveland Browns: receiver Josh Gordon, who had a sensational 2013 season, only to find himself on the sideline for much of the past two years thanks to repeated failures in the NFL drug testing program, can return to the team on a conditional basis. Show More Summary

Browns will discuss expectations, direction with Josh Gordon directly

The NFL conditionally reinstated Browns wide receiver Josh Gordon from his suspension on Monday, although he will miss at least the first four games of the year before he’s given the green light to return to game action. Gordon will be allowed to take part in training camp and the preseason and is permitted to…

League, Union Unveil Concussion Protocol Enforcement Policy

The National Football League said on Monday that teams could be fined heavily and forfeit future draft picks if they violate the concussion protocol.

NFL, NFLPA Announce New Policy to Enforce League's Concussion Protocol

The NFL and the NFL Players Association announced an agreement on a new policy Monday that will focus on enforcing game-day concussion protocol. NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell holds full discretion over potential disciplinary actionShow More Summary

Taylor Mays Reportedly Facing 2nd Substance Abuse Policy Suspension

Free-agent safety Taylor Mays is looking at a four-game suspension to start the 2016 season for a violation of the NFL's substance abuse policy, but he may now be out even longer. According to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport and Mike Garafolo, the 28-year-old committed an additional violation and could be out another four games. More to follow. Show More Summary

Sarah Thomas Comments on 1st Season as NFL Official

Sarah Thomas was the NFL's first full-time female official last season, but she was only able to process and feel the weight of her pioneering occupation in retrospect. Thomas spoke to the Associated Press, via TheScore.com, in a report...Show More Summary

NFL, NFLPA unveil new concussion protocol enforcement policy

Last year’s embarrassing failure of the Rams and the NFL to get quarterback Case Keenum off the field when he obviously had suffered a concussion resulted in no discipline for anyone involved. However, that failure apparently has contributed directly to the development of a new procedure for enforcing the concussion protocol with real discipline moving forward.…

Report: Taylor Mays suspended additional four games

The Bengals released safety Taylor Mays over the weekend in a move that may be explained by Mays’ unavailability for the first half of the season. We learned in March that Mays was suspended for the first four games of the 2016 season for violating the league’s substance-abuse policy. On Monday, we learned his absence…

Jerry Jones issues statement following fatal crash involving bus

On Sunday, an accident involving the Cowboys bus resulted in the death of four persons in a van. On Monday, Cowboys owner Jerry Jones issued a statement regarding the incident. “An accident involving loss of life is tragic,” Jones said, via Drew Davison of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. “We as an organization are deeply saddened,…

Projecting College Football's 2016 All-Breakout Team

Everyone in college football is always looking for the next big thing. Teams want to see players surge up the depth chart and become stars. Fans want to see hype pay off for the athletes they've heard all about during the long offseason. College...Show More Summary

49ers RT Anthony Davis files for reinstatement after season-long retirement

Anthony Davis wants to return to the league. (Getty IMAGES) Last June, San Francisco 49ers starting tackle Anthony Davis announced his retirement, saying he needed to allow his “brain and body a chance to heal.” Davis’ retirement at age 25 now looks like more of a sabbatical, as the 2010 first-round pick said Monday he is returning to football. Show More Summary

Washington not interested in Dwight Freeney

Washington is suddenly without a veteran pass-rusher after Junior Galette suffered another torn Achilles today. But they’re not looking to fill his spot with someone even more veteran. According to John Keim of ESPN.com, Washington isn’t interested in signing free agent Dwight Freeney. Freeney had 8.0 sacks for Arizona last season (and 119.5 in 14…

Washington waives injured safety Kyshoen Jarrett

Washington safety Kyshoen Jarrett had a promising rookie season in 2015. But that rookie season ended with an injury, and now Jarrett’s time in Washington is over. Jarrett was waived today with failed physical designation, as he is still dealing with nerve damage in his shoulder stemming from a collision with Cowboys running back Darren…

Jaguars say Jalen Ramsey is cleared for the start of training camp

The Jaguars have too much experience with offseason injuries to star picks to not be cautious. But Jalen Ramsey has apparently shown them he’s well and ready to go. According to the Associated Press, Jaguars General Manager Dave Caldwell confirmed Monday that his first-round pick would be cleared to begin training camp after needing surgery…

Vick keeps campaigning for a job

NFL teams have had 90 roster spots for months. And not a single team has given one of them to quarterback Mike Vick. With camps opening, Vick continues to push for a preseason job. He recently said he wants to play for a contender. Appearing on Monday’s edition of The Dan Patrick Show, Vick seemed…

Texans put J.J. Watt, Duane Brown on PUP list

They didn’t do it with a handwritten note, but the Texans have made it official that defensive end J.J. Watt won’t be practicing with the team when training camp opens. The Texans announced on Monday that Watt has been placed on the physically unable to perform list. Watt had back surgery recently and told fans…

Washington's Junior Galette tears his Achilles, out for season (again)

Outside linebacker Junior Galette missed his first season with the Washington Redskins last year after tearing his Achilles tendon during training camp. Defensive end Junior Galette will miss his second season with the Washington Redskins this year after tearing his Achilles tendon. Show More Summary

NFL's 1st Female Official Felt Pressure _ After the Season

Sarah Thomas was never hit by the pressure of being the first woman to be a full-time NFL game official until after her first season on the job.

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