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Melvin Gordon Reveals Superhero of Choice, Weighs in on Great Cereal Debate

San Diego Chargers running back Melvin Gordon enters the NFL this season with high expectations, so we at Bleacher Report asked him the tough questions. Who is his favorite superhero? Which cereal does he prefer in the morning? Watch as Bleacher Report's Stephen Nelson and Gordon chat in the video above. Read more NFL news on BleacherReport.com

NFL Power Rankings: Where Each Team Stands as Training Camp Begins

The calendar has finally turned to August, which means that all 32 NFL teams have begun training camp. With preseason games just around the corner, it's time for the never-too-early NFL power rankings for 2015. This ranking will reflect how each team stacks up for the upcoming season. Show More Summary

Darren Woodson to Be Inducted into Dallas Cowboys' Ring of Honor

Few franchises boast a history as rich as that of the Dallas Cowboys, and safety Darren Woodson's contributions to the team's legacy will be celebrated in spectacular fashion during the upcoming season. According to Nick Eatman of DallasCowboys.com,...Show More Summary

Indianapolis Coach Chuck Pagano Wears Eric Berry Shirt at Colts Training Camp

Just a few years after the NFL showed a lot of love for him during a tough time, Indianapolis Colts head coach Chuck Pagano is offering his support to Kansas City Chiefs safety Eric Berry. Pagano, who was diagnosed with leukemia in 2012, wore a Berry shirt to Colts training camp on Tuesday. Show More Summary

Melvin Gordon's Mom Will Not Wear His Chargers Jersey Until He Proves Himself

While many Melvin Gordon fans will be wearing No. 28 San Diego Chargers jerseys this coming season, don't expect to see his mother, Carmen Gordon, wearing one in the stands on game days just yet. He has to prove himself in the NFL before she will do so. In a story published Monday, Carmen told ESPN's Eric D. Show More Summary

Justin Blackmon's NFL Future Commented on by Jaguars GM Dave Caldwell

Though still technically a part of the franchise, Jacksonville Jaguars general manager David Caldwell had a clear message when asked Tuesday about suspended wide receiver Justin Blackmon: His NFL career is (probably) over. “Common sense...Show More Summary

Arian Foster Injury: Updates on Texans Star's Groin and Return

Running back Arian Foster has been the driving force behind the Houston Texans offense in recent years, but the oft-injured superstar finds himself banged up once again. Continue for updates. Report: Foster Suffers 'Serious' Groin Injury Tuesday, Aug. Show More Summary

Eddie Lacy Injury: Updates on Packers Star's Foot and Return

Over the last two years, Eddie Lacy has made himself an integral piece of the Green Bay Packers. Now, the Packers are being cautious with their star running back after he experienced discomfort in his foot during training camp. Continue for updates. Lacy Leaves Practice With Soreness Tuesday, Aug. Show More Summary

5 Playmakers to Watch in Jets' Training Camp

The New York Jets are set to begin their 2015 season with renewed expectations under a new regime. With Rex Ryan and John Idzik done as head coach and general manager, the Todd Bowles and Mike Maccagnan era is already underway. The new...Show More Summary

Ruling mischaracterizes Brady’s testimony about communications with Jastremski

When the NFL released the 20-page, single-space ruling upholding the four-game suspension imposed on Patriots quarterback Tom Brady without also releasing the transcript, it was impossible to verify the accuracy of any conclusions reached in the ruling. The transcript has now been released, and plenty of comparing-and-contrasting is going on. The idea for this one…

Why didn’t Goodell call Jastremski and McNally?

Not long after PFT obtained a copy of the Tom Brady appeal hearing transcript, which was filed in federal court Tuesday by the NFLPA, I scrolled through the document to see how many pages I’d have to read. When I got to the last page — 456 — I noticed a comment from NFL outside…

Ravens assistant alerted Colts to issue with footballs

In the days before they played the Patriots in the AFC Championship Game, the Colts were alerted by the Ravens to pay special attention to potential problems with the game balls. Colts equipment manager Sean Sullivan sent an email to G.M. Ryan Grigson before the AFC Championship saying that the Ravens’ special teams coach, Jerry…

John Mara sees two teams sharing a stadium in L.A. in 2016

Giants owner John Mara, a member of the NFL’s Los Angeles committee, thinks the league will have two L.A. teams next season. Mara said on WFAN 660 that the short-term answer for the league will be to have teams playing in a temporary home, and the long-term answer will be building a new stadium. “I…

At hearing, Brady tiptoed around preference for 12.5 PSI

The NFLPA has made its initial filing in a New York federal court in the case involving Patriots quarterback Tom Brady’s four-game suspension. Filed with the main document was the lengthy transcript of the 10-hour appeal hearing. PFT has obtained a copy of the transcript, and the resident lawyer has been assigned the responsibility of…

Lions talking about extensions for DeAndre Levy and Haloti Ngata

The Lions want to lock up a pair of key defensive parts, including one which hasn’t taken a snap for them. Via Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free Press, Lions General Manager Martin Mayhew said he was working on new deals for both linebacker DeAndre Levy and defensive tackle Haloti Ngata, who are entering the…

Lions add Jerel Worthy off waivers

Defensive lineman Jerel Worthy has bounced from the Packers to the Patriots and Chiefs over the last two years as he’s tried to find a home in the NFL and now he’ll look for an extended stay in the same state where he played his college ball. Worthy has been claimed off of waivers by…

Chris Houston retiring after short stay with Panthers

The Panthers signed cornerback Chris Houston in June in hopes that he was recovered from the toe injury that kept him out of the league last season and could help their secondary, but that hope will go unfulfilled. Houston has been able to practice with the team, but sat out Sunday after hurting his toe on…

PFT Live 8/4: Ben Volin, Vic Tafur

Mike Florio breaks down all the latest news from around the NFL with the help of Ben Volin (Boston Globe), Vic Tafur (San Francisco Chronicle), and John Glennon (The Tennessean). Mike also talks to author Montee Burke about his new book, Saban: The Making of a Coach.      

Judge Berman orders NFL-NFLPA to not file documents under seal

Full transparency is coming to the Tom Brady appeal process. Judge Richard M. Berman, who strongly hinted on Friday that he won’t be inclined to allow the NFL and NFLPA to keep the transcript of the 10-hour Tom Brady appeal hearing secret, has ordered the parties to not submit materials under seal, according to a…

Chip Kelly: Handling of Cooper “could be” connected to current issue

As he continues to defend himself against claims of racism, Eagles coach Chip Kelly acknowledged the reason may be because of the way he handled a guy who actually committed some. According to Phil Sheridan of ESPN.com, Kelly was asked Tuesday if he saw a connection between his treatment of wide receiver Riley Cooper after his videotaped racial slur and remarks…

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