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Marshawn Lynch to appear in “Beast Mode” music video

It’s been a good year for Marshawn Lynch, even without getting the chance to become the face of the nation. Lynch, who has received a $5 million raise for returning to the Seahawks, gone to Turkey to promote football, and has a movie about him (although pretty much everyone — including Lynch — thinks it’s…

Plot Suggestions For The ‘Coach’ Reboot

"Coach" is coming back and we have a bunch of plot ideas for it.

Predicting Every NFL Team's 2015 Breakout Player

Which NFL players will have breakout seasons in 2015? It's not too early to look, even with plenty of offseason left. After all, plenty has been made clear already. Free agency may be an opportunity for teams to improve on paper, but...Show More Summary

The Colts got older, but they also got better with their free-agent signings

INDIANAPOLIS -- It's not often that Indianapolis Colts coach Chuck Pagano is in a joking mood with the media. But when he does crack a joke it's usually pretty funny. Pagano was asked about the players they've added to their roster in free agency. "We're going to have bingo night on Thursday's," Pagano said with a smile. Show More Summary

Michael Sam: “I am not the only gay person in the NFL”

Michael Sam was going to be the first openly gay player in the NFL, when he was drafted by the Rams last year. But he said he quickly found out he’d have been far from the only gay player in the league. During an appearance at an event in Dallas last night, Sam declined to…

Dont’a Hightower to miss 6-7 months after shoulder surgery

When the Patriots open their offseason program in a few weeks, they’re going to be without a few key players after their Super Bowl run. But one important part of their defense is up in the air for the start of the regular season. According to Ben Volin of the Boston Globe, Patriots linebacker Dont’a Hightower,…

Winston-Mariota Could Be the Next Manning-Leaf

The off-field concerns teams once had about Jameis Winston are mostly gone. Numerous team officials say that as teams have met with Winston, he has answered every question and eradicated most doubts about his past. One particular interview with an AFC team at the scouting combine typified how the process has gone for Winston. Show More Summary

John Fox: Cutler will have to earn the job in an open competition

The Bears are on the hook to pay Jay Cutler a guaranteed $15 million this year and $10 million next year. But that doesn’t mean Cutler is their long-term starter. It doesn’t even mean Cutler is the Bears’ Week One starter. Bears coach John Fox says Cutler will have to beat out Jimmy Clausen and…

Someone is paying for Three Rivers Stadium website to keep living on web

It's funny and scary to think how much has changed in the world since the late 1990s, and sometimes the best snapshots of this are old, crusty websites that somehow continue to roam on like dinosaurs that time forgot. Believe it or not, you can still go to the old Three Rivers Stadium website. Show More Summary

Jeremy Maclin’s gone, but says “I still believe in Chip”

When LeSean McCoy, Jeremy Maclin, Trent Cole and Todd Herremans made plans to attend a fundraiser last night, they were Eagles. Since then, they became former Eagles, part of a flurry of offseason activity that sent them all packing, along with quarterback Nick Foles. That means their starting quarterback and leading receiver and rusher have…

Chiefs owner: We’re going to get Justin Houston signed

Chiefs outside linebacker Justin Houston would love to leave Kansas City in free agency, but the franchise tag makes that a long shot. Which might be why Chiefs owner Clark Hunt is confident that in the end, Houston will stay where he is. “He knows, and his agent knows, how much we want him back,”…

Sun Belt preview: Five conference games to watch in 2015

For the first time in quite some time, the Sun Belt enters the season unchanged. Facing a stretch of stability, here are five league games to watch heading into 2015.

Courtroom evacuated after bomb threat at Aaron Hernandez trial

The ongoing Aaron Hernandez trial was interrupted Thursday when the Fall River Division of the Bristol County Superior Court received a bomb threat. The courtroom was evacuated at around 12:08 p.m. ET. Employees were allowed back into the courthouse a little less than an hour later. Show More Summary

What does positive drug test mean for Randy Gregory's draft stock?

Nebraska DE-OLB Randy Gregory said not long ago that he was worthy of the No. 1 pick in the 2015 NFL draft. It's not clear what will happen to his stock now that the news has come down that Gregory failed a drug test at the NFL scouting...Show More Summary

Who Will Be the Oakland Raiders' Most Improved Player in 2015?

A successful season for the Oakland Raiders must be spearheaded by a blend of rookies, sophomores and transitional players. According to ESPN reporter Bill Williamson, the Raiders have signed a league-high 10 players via free agency....Show More Summary

Why Vernon Davis Is the San Francisco 49ers' Best Remaining Bargaining Chip

The cupboard at San Francisco 49ers headquarters is almost bare at the moment. Thanks to retirements and free-agency hits, the 49ers don’t have the sort of established depth that would cause other teams to drool over players that San Francisco doesn’t need anymore. Show More Summary

Wilf family pledges additional $19.5 million for new Vikings stadium

The Wilf family, owners of the Minneosta Vikings, has pledged an additional $19.5 million toward the construction of the new Vikings stadium. According to the Associated Press, the additional funds will go toward enhancements in the plaza, food service equipment, entertainment areas in the stadium, upgrades to retractable seating and a deck that will overlook…

Rams Draft Stock Watch: 7 Players Rising or Falling on St. Louis' Board

With the NFL combine now complete and the college pro days underway, the St. Louis Rams can get a better understanding of where the prospects stand. The team can now determine which players are rising or falling on its draft board. There's still time remaining to evaluate and mix up the big board. Show More Summary

2015 Atlanta Falcons' Potential Draft-Pick Profile: EDGE Bud Dupree

Bud Dupree is the most malleable ball of clay for new Atlanta Falcons head coach Dan Quinn to work with as his new Leo defensive end. He possesses the raw length, athleticism and overall talent Quinn loves in his weak-side pass-rushers. Dupree is a unique player who has a ton of raw talent. Show More Summary

Packers' Draft Stock Watch: 5 Players Rising and Falling on Green Bay's Board

The NFL offseason is a wild ride, and it's not over yet. Beginning in February we started scouting players, watching film and breaking down the Green Bay Packers' needs and the players who best fit them. Some of those players have been...Show More Summary

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