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Robert Griffin III can’t control his social media, blames the intern

Who says deposed Washington quarterback Robert Griffin III doesn’t make quick decisions, or good ones. Last night, via SB Nation, his official Instagram account liked a post on the social media site which ripped the team, its “sorry ass team owner” and “sorry ass front office,” and included the only-in-Washington hashtag #ImpeachDanSnyder. Of course, this…

Trent Richardson's NFL career on life support after Raiders cut him

Running back Trent Richardson didn't make the Oakland Raiders' roster. He didn't even make the cutdown to 75 players on Monday. Richardson was released by the Raiders, as reported by ESPN.com's Bill Williamson. Richardson might be done in the NFL after his abrupt end in Oakland. Show More Summary

ProFootballTalk: Should NFL reconsider appealing Deflategate ruling?

Patriots’ insider Tom Curran joins Mike Florio to discuss Tom Brady’s mental state heading into the 2015 season, now that his suspension has been lifted and if the NFL should appeal the decision.

T.J. Ward apologizes for suspension

Broncos safety T.J. Ward has been suspended for the regular-season opener following an off-field incident from more than a year ago. On Thursday night, Ward apologized for his actions — and tried to minimize the situation, just a bit. “I take full responsibility for the incident that occurred in May 2014 and am willing to…

Redskins Charge Non-Season Ticket Holders $50 Envelope Fee to Use Will Call

Among the perks for Washington Redskins season ticket holders is leaving tickets at FedExField will call free of charge. For other fans, however, there will be a $50 fee. And according to the team's literature, it's a sum charged per envelope: [h/t Next Impulse Sports] Read more NFL news on BleacherReport.com

Greg Hardy will have a hard time getting his suspension reduced

Cowboys defensive end Greg Hardy reportedly is considering a legal challenge to his four-game suspension, which an arbitrator reduced from 10. Per a source with knowledge of the situation, Hardy is waiting for a final recommendation from the NFL Players Association. If Hardy proceeds, he’ll have a tough time getting anything other than the money…

Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. Miami Dolphins: Live Score, Highlights and Analysis

Though the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Miami Dolphins reside in the same state, the two franchises have appeared worlds apart this preseason. Jameis Winston and the Buccaneers have certainly had their ups and downs this preseason. A promising...Show More Summary

NFL Players Split on Brady Legacy, Feel He's Still a Cheater but Dislike Goodell

New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady fought the Deflategate battle until the very end and got his four-game suspension overturned Thursday, as reported by numerous outlets, including the New York Times. How do other players view...Show More Summary

Rams remind fans that their signs may be removed

As the Rams consider a move out of town, they’re making plans to prevent fans in St. Louis from expressing their displeasure. A warning posted at the Edward Jones Dome, which longtime Rams beat writer Jim Thomas says he’s never seen before, tells fans that the team reserves the right to remove any signs for…

Tennessee Titans vs. Minnesota Vikings: Live Score, Highlights and Analysis

The final week of the 2015 NFL preseason drops on Thursday night, and one of the most interesting matchups is between the Tennessee Titans and the Minnesota Vikings. Both teams are led by young, talented quarterbacks with the weight of their franchises on their shoulders. For the Titans, it's all about rookie quarterback Marcus Mariota. Show More Summary

Former Jets player doesn't expect Rex Ryan to change in Buffalo

Damien Woody knows Rex Ryan pretty well. The former New York Jets right tackle played the final two years of his NFL career under the man who is now the head coach of the Buffalo Bills. And Woody doesn't expect Ryan to change his larger-than-life...Show More Summary

Tom Brady wasn’t “exonerated”

Patriots fans have spent most of the day rejoicing Judge Berman’s decision in the Tom Brady case, and rightfully so. But to the extent that anyone believes Judge Berman “exonerated” Brady, the celebration is going a little farther than it should. Judge Berman didn’t exonerate Brady. More specifically, Judge Berman didn’t find that Tom Brady…

Report: Jason Pierre-Paul to return to Giants next week

Defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul has kept his distance from the Giants since the July 4 fireworks accident that led to the amputation of his right index finger and a fractured right thumb, but things may be changing next week. Dan Graziano of ESPN.com reports that Pierre-Paul will return to the Giants next week. Pierre-Paul has…

Jason Pierre-Paul Injury Update: DE Plans to Return to Giants Before Week 1

Defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul hasn't officially made his return to the New York Giants since his mysterious July 4 firework injury, but that could change very soon. According to ESPN.com's Dan Graziano, Pierre-Paul plans on arriving...Show More Summary

Is Dwayne Bowe on the Browns’ roster bubble?

The Browns signed Dwayne Bowe to a two-year deal last March that included $9 million guaranteed. That should, ahem, guarantee Bowe a roster spot despite the soon to be 31-year old wide receiver missing nearly three weeks of training camp with a sore hamstring and not catching a preseason pass from starting quarterback Josh McCown.…

NFL could win Brady appeal

As I said before Judge Berman ruled on Tom Brady’s suspension, anyone who tells you that they know what will happen in a court of law is lying or uninformed. Moving forward, I’ll say the same thing as it relates to the appeal of Judge Berman’s ruling. No one knows what will happen, and anyone…

Why it's unlikely Patriots will look to recoup draft picks and fine in NFL's penalty

Why it's unlikely Patriots will look to recoup draft picks and fine in NFL's penalty

NFL Preseason Week 4: Biggest Questions Still to Be Answered Across the League

The NFL's exhibition finale is a time for players on the bubble to win a roster spot, rookies to win starting jobs and, of course, veterans to get the week to rest. The Jarryd Haynes and Ty Montgomerys of the world will be given theShow More Summary

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