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LSU Spring Game 2015: Recap, Highlights and Twitter Reaction

The LSU quarterback battle took center stage during Saturday's spring game at Tiger Stadium in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, as the White Team defeated the Purple Team by a score of 45-6. Junior Anthony Jennings took the bulk of the snaps last season, but sophomore Brandon Harris showed some flashes of brilliance when given opportunities. Show More Summary

Greg Cosell's draft preview: Dante Fowler should be Titans' pick at No. 2

Everyone has an opinion on what the Tennessee Titans should do with the second pick. Should they go with a quarterback? Or take USC defensive lineman Leonard Williams? I'd have a different answer if I was making that pick for the Titans. Show More Summary

Gates says he’s not looking to play less

Chargers tight end Antonio Gates recently said that, instead of playing “the whole game” in 2015, he’s more likely to play only in those situation where he’s likely to get the ball.  He now says he didn’t say what it sounded like he said. “For me, to put in all this work in all these…

Ohio State Spring Game 2015: Recap, Highlights and Twitter Reaction

Urban Meyer's Ohio State Buckeyes began the march to their title defense at Saturday's spring game, where Team Gray defeated Team Scarlet, 17-14. Cardale Jones was the star of the event, playing all four quarters and throwing a couple...Show More Summary

Auburn Spring Game 2015: Recap, Highlights and Twitter Reaction

Auburn football's drive to the 2015 regular season kicked off in exciting fashion Saturday as Team Auburn defeated Team Tigers 24-14 in the A-Day spring game at Jordan-Hare Stadium in Auburn, Alabama. Several players stood out, but junior...Show More Summary

NFL Draft 2015: Mock Draft and Potential Surprise 1st-Round Picks to Watch

An aura of team need and varying evaluations tends to make the NFL draft one of the most unpredictable events in sports. The first round exemplifies this, where the old adage "it only takes one team to take a Marcus Smith at No. 26"Show More Summary

Marcedes Lewis takes pay cut to stay in Jacksonville

Jaguars tight end Marcedes Lewis was on the trade block, but not anymore. Lewis has agreed to a new deal and will stay in Jacksonville. “I’m pumped to be a part of something exciting and be a big part of it,” Lewis told the Florida Times-Union. The reports about Lewis’s new contract are calling it…

Ohio State Sets New Spring Game Attendance Record with 99,391

Spring football isn't just a southern tradition anymore, not as long as Ohio State keeps drawing big crowds. The defending national champion obliterated its own national record for spring game attendance on Saturday, drawing 99,391 fans...Show More Summary

Notre Dame Spring Game 2015: Recap, Highlights and Twitter Reaction

The Notre Dame Fighting Irish went from looking like a national title contender to mediocre in the span of one month in 2014. As the team took the field for its spring game, it's still unclear what kind of team Brian Kelly will haveShow More Summary

Auburn Spring Game 2015: A-Day Live Score and Top Performers

Forget the trees blossoming and birds chirping. Auburn's A-Day is the true signal of spring beginning, and the 2015 edition has finally arrived. On the heels of a forgettable 8-5 season that ended with four losses in their last five, the Tigers have no shortage of storylines following them into the 2015 season. Show More Summary

Bryant, Wells dispute lingers

The sending in February of a cease-and-desist letter to the former adviser of Cowboys receiver Dez Bryant hasn’t resolved the situation. Per multiple sources, Wells still has not complied with specific requests made at the end of the February 20 letter, a copy of which PFT has obtained. “You have until 5 p.m. EST, Monday,…

Stefen Wisniewski to Jaguars: Latest Contract Details, Comments and Reaction

The Jacksonville Jaguars have reportedly reached a contract agreement with free-agent offensive lineman Stefen Wisniewski. He spent the first four years of his career with the Oakland Raiders. ESPN's Adam Schefter passed along word of the deal Saturday: Wisniewski was selected by the Raiders in the second round of the 2011 NFL draft. Show More Summary

Wisniewski lands in Jacksonville

Center Stefen Wisniewski has a new home.  Finally. The free-agent lineman, who spent the first four seasons of his career with the Raiders, has agreed to a one-year deal with the Jaguars, via Adam Schefter of ESPN.  The decision came after visits and/or discussions with the Titans, Jaguars, Patriots, Buccaneers, Seahawks, Bears, and Washington. The short…

Texas Spring Game 2015: Live Score, Top Performers and Analysis

Spring practice comes to an end for the Texas Longhorns in today's Orange-White Scrimmage, and all eyes will be on a compelling quarterback battle. Beginning the offseason as a distant backup to Tyrone Swoopes, redshirt freshman Jerrod Heard has closed the gap on the junior. Show More Summary

LSU Spring Game 2015: Live Score, Top Performers and Analysis

Leonard Fournette and the LSU Tigers wrap up the spring session with 2015 National L Club Spring Game on Saturday afternoon in Death Valley. Anthony Jennings and Brandon Harris are set to continue the battle for the starting position,...Show More Summary

Ohio State Spring Game 2015: Live Score, Top Performers and Analysis

Just three short months ago, Ohio State was running Oregon off the field on its way to claiming the first-ever College Football Playoff National Championship. On Saturday afternoon, the quest to repeat in 2015 will begin as Urban Meyer...Show More Summary

Rex Ryan goes after Jace Amaro again

Former Jets coach Rex Ryan continues to hold Jets tight end Jace Amaro accountable for his contention that the Jets weren’t held accountable in 2014, Ryan’s last one with the team. “It’s not the truth,” Ryan said Saturday morning on WFAN radio, via Dom Cosentino of Rex then became more circumspect in his remarks…

NFL Mock Draft 2015: Projections for Most Hyped 1st-Round Prospects

Earning a first-round NFL draft selection is both a blessing and curse. On the bright side: more money, recognition and better chances of landing a starting gig. But with those perks comes pulverizing pressure with little room for growth. Show More Summary

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