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New York Jets agree to terms with No. 6 overall pick Jamal Adams

The New York Jets have finally agreed to terms with No. 6 overall pick Jamal Adams, according to his agency Universal Sports Management. The LSU product was the last of New York’s 2017 draft picks to sign his rookie contract and one of the final six in the whole draft. Show More Summary

Jaguars place Marquez Williams on PUP list

As training camp gets set to open for the Jacksonville Jaguars, the team placed fullback Marquez Williams on the physically unable to perform list on Thursday. Williams was a seventh-round pick of the Jaguars in May’s NFL Draft out of the University of Miami. Williams will continue to count against the 90-man roster limit in…

Cleveland Browns 2017 position battles: running back

As training camp approaches for the Cleveland Browns, a make or break season is in store for the running backs. Head coach Hue Jackson wants to run the football in 2017 to take some pressure off of his young passing game. That is really...Show More Summary

Gregg Williams can’t wait to utilize Jamie Collins’ versatility

Browns defensive coordinator Gregg Williams wants every player on his unit to learn two positions. Linebacker Jamie Collins reminds Williams that he played safety at Southern Mississippi. “He’s begging me to play safety,” Williams said, via Patrick Maks of the team website. “And I’m not saying he couldn’t be the best one out there right…

Jets reach agreement with first-round pick Jamal Adams

The New York Jets have reached a deal with first-round pick Jamal Adams, according to his agency Universal Sports Management. The No. 6 overall selection in the draft, Adams was one of just six draft picks without contract following Patrick Mahomes signing with the Kansas City Chiefs earlier on Thursday. Adams’ deal will be a…

Top five most ridiculous moments from the O.J. Simpson parole hearing

O.J. Simpson is a free man, or will be come October after successfully earning parole during Thursday’s media-hyped hearing, which was at times amusing, somber and absurd. Here are the most absurd moments from Thursday’s hearing: Simpson’s...Show More Summary

Panthers' interim GM Marty Hurney wastes no time getting to work, cutting Michael Oher

Carolina Panthers owner Jerry Richardson shocked the NFL on Monday when he decided to fire general manager Dave Gettleman just a week before the team gathers for training camp. But Marty Hurney, the man Richardson brought in as interim...Show More Summary

O.J. Simpson has a rather long rap sheet

In prison since 2008, O.J. Simpson was granted parole Thursday and will be eligible for release from his Nevada penitentiary in October. The former star running back is currently serving time for a 2007 armed robbery and kidnapping.Show More Summary

Twitter reacts to O.J. Simpson's parole hearing

O.J. Simpson appears via video for his parole hearing at the Lovelock Correctional Center in Nevada. (AP) O.J. Simpson received parole on Thursday after serving nine years of his 33-year sentence in Lovelock Correction Center in Nevada. Show More Summary

A Nevada parole board member heard O.J. Simpson's case wearing a Chiefs tie

Adam Endel is apparently a big Chiefs fan. (Screen shot) Adam Endel, a commissioner for the Nevada Board of Parole, caused a stir during O.J. Simpson’s parole hearing on Thursday by wearing a novelty Kansas City Chiefs tie. Yes, that’s about the last sentence we thought we’d write when we woke up this morning, but it’s true. Show More Summary

Mike Vick says he's sorry for telling Colin Kaepernick to cut his hair

The moment Mike Vick said Colin Kaepernick should cut his Afro, that started a brand new chapter in the Kaepernick controversy. Many weird things have been said about Kaepernick being unsigned months after becoming a free agent, and Vick saying Kaepernick needs to cut his hair ranks high on the list. Show More Summary

Playoff drought looms over Buffalo Bills' latest fresh start

Hope abounds along with a hint of skepticism as Buffalo Bills embark upon their latest fresh start in bid to end 17-year playoff drought        

Goldman family attorney speaks about O.J. Simpson parole

Now that O.J. Simpson has been granted parole, USA TODAY Sports' Martin Rogers speaks with David Cook, who represents the Goldman family, about the trial and parole for the former football star.        

Browns coach launches foundation to combat human trafficking

Browns coach Hue Jackson has launched a foundation to combat human trafficking and assist its victims        

Ole Miss head coach Hugh Freeze resigns

Ole Miss Rebels head coach Hugh Freeze has resigned, effective immediately, according to school officials in Oxford. Offensive line coach Matt Luke has been promoted to interim head coach. It’s been a harrowing year for the Ole Miss Rebels. Show More Summary

"The Blind Side" subject Oher released by Panthers

The Panthers have released concussed Michael Oher _ the subject of the movie "The Blind Side" _ after the former starting left tackle failed a physical        

Rob Ninkovich on Matt Patricia’s choice of T-shirt: Everyone has to wear clothes

Pro Football Talk’s Mike Florio reported earlier this week that Roger Goodell remains miffed about Patriots defensive coordinator Matt Patricia’s choice to wear a T-shirt mocking the Commissioner upon the team’s return from Super Bowl LI. Patriots linebacker Rob Ninkovich says get over it. “Everyone has the right to wear whatever shirt they want,” Ninkovich…

Carolina Panthers release veteran tackle Michael Oher, who failed physical

Carolina releases veteran tackle, who'd battle concussion symptoms for months, with failed physical designation.        

Parole board member bragged about Chiefs tie plan

A Kansas City sports radio station already knew about the tie.        

What's next for O.J. Simpson?

Simpson was granted parole Thursday and is eligible for release on Oct. 1.        

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