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Ex-NFL receiver Josh Morgan charged, accidentally shot himself

Former NFL wide receiver Josh Morgan is facing misdemeanor weapons charges after he accidentally shot himself. Morgan was charged with misdemeanor reckless use of a firearm in Virginia, TMZ reports. The charge reportedly comes as a result of an accidental shooting in which Morgan was cleaning his gun and shot himself. His injuries were not…

Power Ranking Top 10 Returning WRs for 2016 College Football Season

College football's passing game is more alive than ever, thanks in large part to the depth of wide receivers. Many of the best depart from last year, but that's nothing new. The well is stocked deep enough to replenish itself, especially...Show More Summary

Who Will Be No. 1 Weapon of Each Top 25 College Football Team in 2016?

At this time each year—after the drama of national signing day and before the first snaps of spring practices—the buzz around college football becomes fixated on early preseason projections. A large part of predicting who will be the contenders for conference and national titles falls on returning experience. Show More Summary

George Toma: Sod on Levi’s field was second-best we’ve had at a Super Bowl

The quality of the playing field at Levi’s Stadium has been an issue since the stadium opened and it was an issue for some players during Super Bowl 50. Broncos cornerback Aqib Talib and safety T.J. Ward each criticized the surface after Denver won the game and a video showing Panthers tackle Michael Oher looking…

The Next Blake Sims? Alabama QB Enrollee Jalen Hurts Ready for Challenges Ahead

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. — For four days, he got a taste of what it’s really like to be on a national championship team, and he didn ’t disappoint. Because the University of Alabama was still playing football when the early enrollees from the...Show More Summary

Where Should USC Turn to Replace Pat Haden as Athletic Director?

The Friday before the Super Bowl is always a perfect day to release some news that might garner a mixed reaction, and there were several organizations that did just that in order to fly under the radar. One of the more interesting bits of information that surfaced on Feb. Show More Summary

Bill Polian: Peyton Manning could be a G.M. “immediately”

Peyton Manning hasn’t shared his plans for the future, but if he wants to one day become a General Manager, one of the best to ever do that job thinks he’s ready now. Hall of Famer Bill Polian said on SiriusXM NFL Radio that Manning was a “football nerd” who used to have in-depth conversations…

Giants Cut Two Offensive Linemen, and Jon Beason Retires

The moves, involving players troubled by injuries, create salary cap room for Jerry Reese, who has been tasked by ownership to build a more competitive roster.

AAC Championship Game Security Guard Charged with Assault: Details, Reaction

A security guard who was working at TDECU Stadium during Houston's AAC title-clinching victory over Temple in December was charged with misdemeanor assault on Wednesday. According to Meagan Flynn of the Houston Press, a grand jury indicted...Show More Summary

Dungy would take Harrison over Owens “every day of the week”

Former coach Tony Dungy will be entering the Hall of Fame with one of his former players in Indianapolis, receiver Marvin Harrison. Appearing on Wednesday’s PFT Live on NBC Sports Radio, Dungy was asked whether his teams game planned to stop Owens, given the recent comments from former linebacker Jonathan Vilma that his team’s didn’t.…

Texans hire female head of communications

The Texans have promoted Amy Palcic to senior director of communications, making her the only woman in charge of an NFL media relations department. “We don’t discriminate or give preferential treatment,” Texans owner Bob McNair said, per John McClain of the Houston Chronicle. “Amy was the best person for the job. “We promoted Amy because…

Report: Police recommend criminal charges for LeSean McCoy

Bills running back LeSean McCoy is moving closer to returning to Philadelphia for reasons unrelated to football. According to 6abc.com, police have recommended that McCoy be charged with, among other things, aggravated assault following a weekend fight in a Philadelphia nightclub. Show More Summary

Drew Brees Reportedly Receives $10.85 Million of Guaranteed Salary

The New Orleans Saints are reportedly bringing back star quarterback Drew Brees for the final year of his contract in 2016. ESPN's Adam Schefter reported Wednesday, citing a source, that $10.85 million of Brees' $20 million salary for...Show More Summary

Brewers Association sends Peyton Manning craft beers

It's telling that one of the most significant moments in Sunday's Super Bowl was Peyton Manning's repeated postgame declaration that he planned to "drink a lot of Budweiser," a line that raised a few eyebrows. The Brewers Association...Show More Summary

Beason Retires, Schwartz and Beatty Released by Giants

The New York Giants have started to restructure their roster for their first season under coach Ben McAdoo.

The Best Offensive Minds in College Football

No offense to a certain defensive-minded professional football championship game that just played out in front of millions of viewers over the weekend, but at the college level we still love our production. It's as much a necessity as...Show More Summary

College Football QBs Poised to Become Stars in 2016

The 2015 season was not an especially quarterback-friendly year in college football. Rather, '15 was the year of the running back. But '16 could be far different. Deshaun Watson (Clemson) and Baker Mayfield (Oklahoma) are two of theShow More Summary

Malik Jackson: I’d love to stay, but it’s a business

Broncos defensive end Malik Jackson scored the first touchdown of Super Bowl 50 when he fell on a fumble forced by Von Miller in the end zone to give Denver a 10-0 lead over the Panthers that they’d never relinquish on the way to a 24-10 win. The Broncos celebrated that win in Denver on…

Mayock calls Carson Wentz the draft’s best quarterback

It’s primary season in the NFL draft campaign, and North Dakota State quarterback Carson Wentz just picked up a big endorsement. Mike Mayock of NFL Network came out with his first draft rankings of the year, and Wentz is atop Mayock’s quarterback list. Jared Goff of Cal and Paxton Lynch of Memphis are, as expected,…

Josh Morgan Reportedly Charged with Reckless Use of a Firearm: Details, Reaction

Former NFL wide receiver Josh Morgan reportedly has been charged with misdemeanor reckless use of a firearm from a January 31 incident. According to TMZ Sports, Morgan was allegedly cleaning the gun when it accidentally went off and struck him. Show More Summary

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