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Josh Gordon's Latest Suspension Gives Browns More Flexibility with WR's Future

There may not be a more physically gifted wide receiver in the National Football League than Cleveland Browns third-year wideout Josh Gordon. The speedy 6'3", 225-pound pass-catcher proved as much last season when he led the NFL with...Show More Summary

Johnny Manziel Reportedly Fined by Browns for Being Late to Treatment

Cleveland Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel isn't making things easy on himself after a rough conclusion to his first NFL season, as the organization has reportedly fined the rookie signal-caller for showing up late to treatment on his...Show More Summary

Adam Vinatieri trying to become 4th kicker ever to have perfect season

Adam Vinatieri will be trying to do something on Sunday that's only been done three other times in NFL history.

2015 NFL Mock Draft: Complete 1st-Round Outlook

For many NFL teams, the offseason has already begun. Preparation for the draft is a big part of that. Bowl games, pre-draft workouts, senior days and other events will surely continue to shape the landscape, but teams' draft boards are likely starting to take shape. That said, let's take a glance at the first-round outlook. 1. Show More Summary

Browns face difficult decisions with unreliable Josh Gordon

BALTIMORE -- The Cleveland Browns can't seem to count on Josh Gordon after his latest suspension and don't have a clear-cut alternative to the talented receiver, which is a bad place for general manager Ray Farmer to be. Unless Gordon...Show More Summary

Adam Vinatieri trying to beome 4th kicker ever to have perfect season

Adam Vinatieri will be trying to do something on Sunday that's only been done three other times in NFL history.

NFL Picks Week 17: Full Odds and Predictions for Marquee Matchups

It has come down to this. After 17 weeks covering 16 games and countless hours of work dating back to the offseason, the 2014 NFL regular season comes to an end on Sunday. As sad as it is to think about, it's going out in a blaze of glory. There are playoff ramifications everywhere you look. Show More Summary

Gordon may appeal suspension

It’s known that Browns receiver Josh Gordon won’t play in Sunday’s regular-season finale against the Ravens.  It isn’t known whether Gordon will simply accept the suspension. Per a league source, Gordon will explore all options — including the possibility of an appeal through the NFL Players Association.  According to the source, it’s not yet known…

Saints place John Jenkins on IR, promote Ryan Griffin

TAMPA, Fla. -- The New Orleans Saints placed nose tackle John Jenkins on injured reserve and promoted quarterback Ryan Griffin from the practice squad Saturday. That doesn’t mean Griffin is expected to play in Sunday’s season finale against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Show More Summary

Browns WR Phil Bates won’t play Sunday

The practice-squad player whom the Browns called up to take the place of suspended wideout Josh Gordon will not play Sunday. According to Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal, the Browns announced wideout Phil Bates has been ruled out of tomorrow’s game against the Ravens. It’s unclear why Bates won’t play, but the club…

Ravens rookie didn't know rookies could make Pro Bowl

Ravens linebacker C.J. Mosley was slightly surprised to hear that he had made the Pro Bowl.

Report: Browns fine Johnny Manziel for being late for treatment

Josh Gordon isn’t the only high-profile player in trouble with the Browns. Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel has been fined by the team for being late for treatment on his injured hamstring, Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports. That news was broken just hours after the Browns announced that Gordon is suspended for…

Sources: Jim Harbaugh Expected to Take Michigan Job

Two members of the San Francisco 49ers staff and a third NFL source said Saturday they expect 49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh to accept a six-year, $48 million contract to become the head coach of the University of Michigan. "That's what everybody on staff believes is going to happen this week," one of the sources said. Show More Summary

Cardinals Will Be One-and-Done in Playoffs If Drew Stanton Can't Go

Earlier this week, head coach Bruce Arians claimed there was an 85 percent chance quarterback Drew Stanton (sprained MCL and ACL ) would be back for the playoffs. Two days later, he underwent arthroscopic surgery to clear an infection...Show More Summary

Cowboys' Rolando McClain ruled out Sunday with illness

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Dallas Cowboys linebacker Rolando McClain’s eventful week will end with him missing Sunday’s game against the Washington Redskins. McClain was ruled out of the game with an illness. On Monday, his home in Alabama burned to the ground and is subject to an investigation. Show More Summary

Rolando McClain to miss regular-season finale with illness

Cowboys linebacker Rolando McClain didn’t make the trip to Washington for Sunday’s regular-season finale. The Cowboys have announced that McClain has an illness and will not play. Sunday’s game is not particularly important for the Cowboys, as they’re likely to be the No. 3 seed in the NFC playoffs regardless of whether they win or…

NFL Playoff Picture 2014: Full Standings and Final Picks for Week 17

If there's one thing the NFL has taught us over the years, it's that predictions are an easy way to get in trouble. Teams endure peaks and valleys over the course of 16 games that can make any assessment at a given time seem foolish. Making...Show More Summary

NFL Playoff Picture Week 17: Latest AFC, NFC Wild-Card Scenarios and Predictions

While nine of the NFL's 12 postseason spots have already been filled, the wild-card picture for both the AFC and NFC is nowhere near settled. On the AFC side the New England Patriots have already solidified the No. 1 seed and have clinched home-field advantage throughout the playoffs, and the Indianapolis Colts will almost certainly remain the No. Show More Summary

Greg Cosell's Look Ahead: The Pittsburgh Steelers' potent offense

The Pittsburgh Steelers’ offense is really potent, and quarterback Ben Roethlisberger is playing a different way. It’s working for him. Roethlisberger has been almost exclusively a pocket passer over the last month or so. And he has been very efficient. Show More Summary

Josh Gordon suspended for Week 17: Five things you need to know

The Browns offense was actually better this season without Josh Gordon.

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