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Bengals cut Trevor Robinson

In Cincinnati, the roster includes only two players identified as centers.  One of them has been cut. Gone is Trevor Robinson, per a league source.  Robinson, who made the team as an undrafted free agent in 2012, started seven games as a rookie.  Last year, he appeared in six regular-season games. Russell Bodine is the…

Dolphins finally give up on running back Daniel Thomas

The Dolphins kept giving Daniel Thomas chances to be their lead running back, and he kept refusing to take them. So today, they’re giving up on the former second-round pick, according to Andrew Abramson of the Palm Beach Post. The Dolphins have also released return man Marcus Thigpen, tight end Kyle Miller and cornerback Kevin Fogg. Thomas…

Falcons waive rookie OLB Jacques Smith

The Atlanta Falcons continued to shave their roster down to 53 players by releasing rookie outside linebacker Jacques Smith, a league source told ESPN.com. As an undrafted player out of the University of Tennessee, Smith immediately developed a reputation for being rugged after several training camp fights with his teammates. Show More Summary

Kelvin Sheppard out in Indy

The Colts’ cuts to 53 players include a guy who started seven regular-season games a year ago. Gone, per a league source, is linebacker Kelvin Sheppard.  He appeared in 15 regular-season games, and he started both postseason games for Indianapolis. A third-round pick in 2011, Sheppard started 15 games for the Bills in 2012.  He…

Lee Corso Fires Fake Gun, Drinks with Stone Cold Steve Austin

College GameDay has returned, and it looks like Lee Corso hasn't lost a step. Corso, a Florida State graduate, picked the Seminoles for the 17th time in his career for their matchup against Oklahoma State by putting on a helmet and firing a fake gun in the air. Show More Summary

College Football Week 1: Live Scores, Highlights and Reaction

College football is back! South Carolina and Texas A&M kicked things off Thursday, but now the real fun begins. Saturday’s slate of games is jam-packed with great storylines. From first-year head coaches getting a chance to prove themselves...Show More Summary

Top College Coaches Read Mean Tweets About Themselves on 'College GameDay'

The 2014 college football season picked up in full swing Saturday, and College GameDay took the opportunity to show the humorous side of the head coaches from Alabama, Michigan, Florida and Mississippi State by having them read mean tweets about themselves. Show More Summary

Jets cut vets Edds, Richardson and Patrick

The New York Jets made three mildly surprising moves Saturday, releasing running back Daryl Richardson, linebacker A.J. Edds and cornerback Johnny Patrick, the team announced. All three veterans were thought to be in good position to make the team, especially Edds, who played well in the preseason. Show More Summary

Broncos roll on without Vinston Painter

It’s been a bad weekend to be a Painter. Quarterback Curtis has been cut by the Giants.  Now, offensive lineman Vinston, a sixth-round pick in 2013, has been waived by the Broncos, per a league source. Painter has been down this road before.  Last year, he was cut and then signed to the team’s practice…

Suspended LB Smith issues statement

San Francisco 49ers All-Pro outside linebacker Aldon Smith, who was hit with a nine-game unpaid suspension by NFL commissioner Roger Goodell on Friday, released a statement through the NFL Players Association on Saturday morning. “IShow More Summary

Report: Jets waiving Stephen Hill, confirm three other cuts

Wide receiver Stephen Hill’s tenure with the Jets appears to be coming to a close. The club will be waiving Hill, their 2012 second-round pick, Brian Costello of the New York Post reported Saturday. The Jets have yet to announce the move. The 23-year-old Hill struggled to meet expectations in New York, catching 45 passes…

Report: Dolphins cut 2011 second-round pick RB Daniel Thomas

The Dolphins have released running back Daniel Thomas, according to the Palm Beach Post.

Patriots to cut recent trade acquisition Jerel Worthy

The Patriots didn’t need a long look at Jerel Worthy to decide they didn’t need him. According to Shalise Manza Young of the Boston Globe, the Patriots have decided to release the defensive tackle. The Patriots acquired him in a deal with the Packers two and a half weeks ago, in exchange for what was…

Patriots inform Boyce, others of release

The New England Patriots informed second-year wide receiver Josh Boyce that he will be waived by Saturday's 4 p.m. ET deadline, as the team has started the process of trimming its roster from 75 to 53 players. Boyce, a high fourth-round draft choice out of Texas Christian last year, entered training camp as the team's projected top kickoff returner. Show More Summary

Josina Anderson issues statement through ESPN

The Labor Day weekend NFL bad news dump was highlighted by Aldon Smith’s nine-game suspension and a plea deal for Colts owner Jim Irsay.  Buried even deeper in the pre-three-day-weekend flurry of things everyone hopes we’ll forget about by Tuesday was a statement from ESPN’s Josina Anderson regarding the Michael Sam’s shower habits report. Matt…

James Harrison Retires from NFL: Latest Comments and Reaction

After 11 productive NFL seasons with the Pittsburgh Steelers and Cincinnati Bengals, linebacker James Harrison is retiring at the age of 36. The five-time Pro Bowler and 2008 NFL Defensive Player of the Year made the official announcement on his Facebook page: Harrison retires with 66 sacks to his credit as well as two Super Bowl rings. Show More Summary

Scott release good sign Turner will be ready

The reported release of right guard Chris Scott means the Carolina Panthers are confident the groin injury that sidelined rookie Trai Turner in the past two preseason games won't be an issue for the Sept. 7 opener at Tampa Bay. Scott...Show More Summary

James Harrison announces his retirement from football

Three days after James Harrison met with the Cardinals but failed to agree on a contract, the linebacker announced that he has retired from football.

Report: Patriots waiving Josh Boyce

The Patriots are releasing one of their draft picks from a season ago. The club will waive wide receiver Josh Boyce, a 2013 fourth-round selection, ESPNBoston.com’s Mike Reiss reported Saturday. The 23-year-old Boyce appeared in nine games (three starts) for New England as a rookie, catching nine passes for 121 yards. A December ankle injury…

Report: Lions to release RB Mikel Leshoure

The Lions released running back Mikel Leshoure Saturday, a 2011 second-round pick, which leaves just one player from that draft class: defensive lineman Nick Fairley.

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