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Draymond Green slams Raiders' move

Don't expect Draymond Green to attend a Raiders game before the team moves to Las Vegas.        

John Fox confident in Kevin White’s resiliency

The Bears said farewell to quarterback Jay Cutler and wide receiver Alshon Jeffery this offseason, which means they’re set to have a very different looking passing game than they have had for the last few seasons. Mike Glennon is in at quarterback and the team signed free agent wideouts Kendall Wright and Markus Wheaton to…

No, Johnny Manziel probably won't be backing up Drew Brees on the Saints

Less than a week after an NFL Network report terming the New Orleans Saints’ interest in free agent quarterback Johnny Manziel as “real,” Saints head coach Sean Payton told reporters on Wednesday morning that his recent meeting with Manziel was nothing more than that. Show More Summary

John Harbaugh interested in Anquan Boldin return

Wide receiver Anquan Boldin is unsigned, but reportedly has designs on playing during the 2017 season and one of his former employers could offer him a chance to make that happen. Boldin spent three seasons with the Ravens from 2010-12 and capped his time in Baltimore with a Super Bowl ring, which are memories that…

New England Patriots reportedly take controversial RB Joe Mixon off their draft board

Oklahoma running back Joe Mixon will be drafted, and probably drafted early. Despite a 2014 incident in which he punched a woman, he’s too talented to slip that far in the draft. But he won’t be going to the New England Patriots. [Sign...Show More Summary

Bill O’Brien: We’ve discussed Colin Kaepernick, he’s a good football player

Texans coach Bill O’Brien said this week that he’s excited to work with quarterback Tom Savage this season, although owner Bob McNair admitted what many assumed when he said that the team would be looking to add a quarterback to the roster following the trade of Brock Osweiler. Many believe the quarterback they’d like to…

Dolphins think Laremy Tunsil is a “special player” at left tackle

The Dolphins were able to trade Branden Albert to the Jaguars after reports surfaced that they were going to release the veteran left tackle, but their willingness to move on without compensation was a pretty clear sign about how motivated they were to slice Albert from the roster. The presence of 2016 first-round pick Laremy Tunsil was…

Quarterbacks the Chicago Bears could draft in later rounds

1 of 4 | NEXT » Chicago Bears GM Ryan Pace sounds like someone who’s open to drafting a quarterback but feels confident in his trio of Mike Glennon, Mark Sanchez and Connor Shaw. “We’re going to take the best players available… but right...Show More Summary

Mickey Loomis: We’re “kicking the tires” on Malcolm Butler

It has been more than a week since a report that the Saints and cornerback Malcolm Butler had the framework for a contract “mostly in place,” but things haven’t progressed beyond to an actual offer sheet. During a discussion of the team’s offseason on Tuesday, Saints General Manager Mickey Loomis didn’t say if that was…

Jerry Jones is in no rush on Tony Romo situation, expects resolution 'before training camp'

Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said he’d “do right” by Tony Romo. However, he never said when he’d do right by his longtime quarterback. At the NFL owners meetings, Jones didn’t seem to be in a rush to cut Romo so he could continue his career elsewhere. Show More Summary

Sean Payton doesn’t slam the door on adding Johnny Manziel

A string of tweets last week from Ian Rapoport of NFL Media created the impression that Saints coach Sean Payton has interest in free-agent quarterback Johnny Manziel. In an interview with PFT Live that will be aired on Thursday (but that loyal PFT readers get to see and hear now), Payton explained his current interest…

Michael Irvin investigated for sexual assault

Hall of Fame Cowboys receiver and NFL Network commentator Michael Irvin is being investigated in a sexual assault case. A 27-year-old woman told police she and Irvin were out at a bar and went back to his hotel together. She says she began to feel sick in his room, remembers fighting him off, and woke…

Big 12: The toughest nonconference schedules ranked

The Big 12 continues to look for ways to remain relevant among conferences like the SEC and Big Ten and one way to do that is a strong showing against nonconference opponents. Here is a look at the toughest to the weakest nonconference schedules in the Big 12 this season: Oklahoma Sept. 2 vs. UTEP;...

Ejections for “egregious” hits now a point of emphasis for officials

The NFL didn’t need a vote of the owners to make one significant change this week, as certain dangerous hits on the field can now be cause for ejections. The competition committee recommendation that ejections or suspensions for certain illegal hits is being added as a point of emphasis this year, meaning it didn’t require a…

Roger Goodell still doesn’t like gambling, but can live with Las Vegas

Roger Goodell still doesn’t like gambling. And don’t even get him started on brothels. But neither of those things kept him from jumping in the sack with Las Vegas this week, as the NFL casually voted to put the Raiders in Sin City. The commissioner said Tuesday night as he wrapped up the NFL owners meeting…

Adam Gase wants a more aggressive Ryan Tannehill in 2017

Dolphins coach Adam Gase doesn’t want quarterback Ryan Tannehill worrying about making mistakes. Gase said on PFT Live that his No. 1 priority for Tannehill in 2017 is to be willing to take chances, both with his arm and with his legs, if that’s what he has to do to make plays. “Just be more…

Report: Patriots have taken Joe Mixon off their draft board

Oklahoma running back Joe Mixon is the most controversial player in this year’s draft, a first-round talent who was caught on tape hitting a woman in an incident every bit as ugly as the one that ended Ray Rice’s career. Some teams have confirmed, however, that they’re still considering drafting Mixon. Other teams won’t give…

On Pro Football: With Raiders’ Move, N.F.L. Owners Go Where the Money Is

The Raiders’ move from Oakland to Las Vegas, which has no real football tradition, feels like the money grab it is.

Jay Gruden was disappointed by the firing of Scot McCloughan

Washington head coach Jay Gruden was sorry to see G.M. Scot McCloughan go. Gruden said at the league meeting that he was upset when he learned McCloughan had been fired. “I was disappointed,” Gruden said, via Liz Clarke of the Washington Post. “I like Scot; I liked working with Scot. I think he’s a good…

Roger Goodell will return to Gillette Stadium for Patriots' season opener

NFL commish Roger Goodell will get to hear the Patriots fans even more than he did at the last Super Bowl. (AP) For the first time since the infamous deflate-gate game in early 2015,  NFL commissioner Roger Goodell will take in a New England Patriots game at Gillette Stadium. Show More Summary

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