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NFL hot seat rankings: Trouble already brewing for Marvin Lewis' Cincinnati Bengals

The Bengals already let their offensive coordinator go, and things not looking any better for lame duck Marvin Lewis.        

Los Angeles mayor doesn't even really want the Chargers

On just about every subject I’ll hear from fans who don’t agree with me, which is fine. I’ve written often about how the Los Angeles Chargers‘ relocation is the worst in modern American professional sports history, how L.A. didn’t want...Show More Summary

Santana Moss claims Robert Griffin III gloated over Mike Shanahan's firing

Mike Shanahan and Robert Griffin III during training camp in 2012. (AP) Here’s something nobody would have predicted in mid-September 2017: Robert Griffin III and Santana Moss beefing over the firing of Mike Shanahan four years ago.Show More Summary

Washington still waiting for Josh Doctson to get healthy enough to contribute

A week ago former Washington wide receiver Santana Moss said Josh Doctson “might be the best receiver on this team.” The problem is: Doctson hasn’t played enough to prove that. Doctson, a first-round draft pick in 2016, played 29 snaps against the Rams on Sunday with nothing to show for it. Kirk Cousins threw him [more]

Chris Long donates six game checks to scholarships in Charlottesville

Philadelphia Eagles’ Chris Long (L) stands beside Malcolm Jenkins as he raises his fist during the national anthem before a preseason game. (AP) Chris Long wanted to do something positive in Charlottesville, Virginia, and he is using a good portion of his Philadelphia Eagles salary for it. Show More Summary

Reuben Foster gets boot off injured ankle

The 49ers played without linebacker Reuben Foster in last Sunday’s loss to the Seahawks, but the first-round pick appears to be making good progress in his recovery from a high ankle sprain. Matt Maiocco of NBC Sports Bay Area reports on Tuesday that Foster is no longer wearing a protective boot on the ankle. Maiocco [more]

Report: Charles Tillman training to join FBI

Football players wind up doing a wide variety of things once their playing days are over with coaching and broadcasting serving as popular post-retirement choices. Former Bears and Panthers cornerback Charles Tillman did some television work last year, but is now reportedly moving in a different direction. Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune reports via multiple [more]

NFL 2017: 5 Afterthoughts from Week 2

Week 2 of the 2017 NFL season is now completely in the books. Here are a few things to mull over after a full 16-game slate. Have you digested enough information when it comes to this past week in the NFL? We have five more tidbits when it comes to analyzing Week 2 of the […] The post NFL 2017: 5 Afterthoughts from Week 2 appeared first on EndZoneScore.

Bears waiving receiver Tanner Gentry

The Bears are waiving wide receiver Tanner Gentry, Adam Jahns of the Chicago Sun-Times reports. Chicago hopes to re-sign Gentry to the practice squad, per Jahns. The Bears already have lost receivers Cameron Meredith (knee) and Kevin White (shoulder fracture) to season-ending injuries, with Gentry earning a promotion after White went on injured reserve last [more]

Must-watch games for NFL Week 3

SportsPulse: USA TODAY Sports' NFL insider Lindsay H. Jones previews three of Week 3's top games.        

Did he say 'Kershaw?' Lions QB Stafford's audible inspired by Dodgers ace

Detroit Lions QB Matthew Stafford was mum when asked about the meaning of "Kershaw," a nod to his childhood friend and Dodgers ace Clayton Kershaw.        

Corey Coleman's injury gives Browns fans no hope

Our weekly look at the Browns is a bummer this week.        

Moss says Griffin gloated about Shanahans being fired

Santana Moss says Robert Griffin III took credit for coach Mike Shanahan and offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan being fired by the Washington Redskins in 2013        

Panthers place Greg Olsen on injured reserve, expecting him to return later this season

The Panthers placed tight end Greg Olsen on injured reserve, expecting him to return later this season. “The only thing that he has to do now is heal,” trainer Ryan Vermillion said, via Ian Rapoport of NFL Media. Olsen broke his foot in Sunday’s 9-3 victory over Buffalo. He underwent surgery Monday. The Pro Bowler [more]

Mike Tomlin: There will be a time we call on James Harrison

James Harrison was in uniform for the Steelers on Sunday, but he didn’t play a snap in the victory over the Browns as Pittsburgh turned to Anthony Chickillo when T.J. Watt left with a groin injury. Chickillo also got the start in the opener when Bud Dupree was ruled out with a shoulder injury while [more]

Offenses are struggling, but rookies aren’t

Touchdowns are down through two weeks of the NFL season, but first-year players are making an impact offensively. According to the NFL, rookies have accounted for 2,733 yards from scrimmage this season, the highest production from rookies since 1970. It’s also a dramatic jump over the 2,057 yards from rookies through the first two weeks of [more]

Cardinals release Jim Dray

The Cardinals released tight end Jim Dray, the team announced Tuesday. They signed Dray on Friday because of injuries to tight ends Jermaine Gresham (ribs) and Troy Niklas (hip). Niklas ended up playing in Arizona’s overtime victory over the Colts. Dray played five special teams snaps against Indianapolis. Dray, 30, played for the Cardinals from [more]

Panthers promoting rookie fullback Alex Armah

The Panthers know they’re going to be without tight end Greg Olsen for some time, after the Pro Bowler broke his foot Sunday and had surgery Monday. And while there’s no replacing him in the stat sheet, they’re bringing up a guy who can fill many roles. Per Jourdan Rodrigue of the Charlotte Observer, the [more]

Matt Patricia on Malcolm Butler: It’s all about this year

In the season opener, Patriots cornerback Malcolm Butler was on the field for every defensive snap of a 42-27 loss to the Chiefs. Butler’s playing time dropped to 75 percent of the snaps against the Saints in Week Two and didn’t start as Eric Rowe, who played a little over half the snaps each week, [more]

With 10th career pick-six, Aqib Talib is No. 4 all-time

When Broncos cornerback Aqib Talib picked off a pass in one end zone and raced 103 yards to the other end zone on Sunday, he joined some very select company. That pick-six was Talib’s 10th career interception return for a touchdown. Only four players in NFL history have returned 10 interceptions for touchdowns. The NFL’s [more]

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