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Tom Cable: J’Marcus Webb can do something cool for Seahawks

The Seahawks saw tackle Russell Okung and guard J.R. Sweezy depart as free agents this offseason in moves that removed a pair of veterans from a line that didn’t impress too many people in 2015. Their plan to replace them didn’t involve any pricey free agent additions of their own. The Seahawks shopped in a…

Tuesday morning one-liners

When serving as a Bills assistant gets frustrating, Ed Reed hits golf balls. An attempt to project Dolphins WR Kenny Stills‘ output for the coming season. Patriots WR Julian Edelman will hold a football clinic for women. The Jets will hold six public practices during training camp. LB Zachary Orr is pushing for a starting…

Rita Benson LeBlanc says she’ll still own part of Saints after settlement

Even after a settlement reached earlier this month between Saints owner Tom Benson and a group of his former heirs, the granddaughter who was effectively cut out of the will maintains she’ll still have a role. Rita Benson LeBlanc, who was fired by her grandfather in December 2014, told Bruce Schoenfeld of Sports Business Daily that…

Irving Fryar released after 8 months of 5-year prison sentence

Former NFL wide receiver Irving Fryar is out of prison after serving just eight months of a five-year sentence for mortgage fraud. Fryar was released this month and placed in New Jersey’s Intensive Supervision Program for nonviolent offenders, Philly.com reports. At the time he was convicted of conspiring with his mother to defraud various lending…

Lunch and Circuses: How the NFL Squeezes Extra Summer Cash out of Fans

Remember your old summer jobs? Mowing Widow Kittyhoarder's lawn for $10 and a bottle of cream soda left over from the Eisenhower administration? Babysitting the Spencer-Parker brats while their doctor mom and lawyer dad went to marriage...Show More Summary

NFC East Q&A: Cowboys, Eagles, Giants in no position to thumb their noses at Kirk Cousins

NFC East Q&A: Cowboys, Eagles, Giants in no position to thumb their noses at Kirk Cousins

NFL making $10 million donation to sexual violence prevention groups

The NFL is preparing to put its wallet behind efforts to end sexual violence. According to Lindsay Jones of USA Today, the league is going to announce $10 million in funding over the next five years to a group of non-profits working to prevent sexual violence. “What I can’t stress enough is the potential for…

Bills are in no hurry to build a new stadium

The league is nudging the Bills to begin the process of replacing Ralph Wilson Stadium. The Bills aren’t budging, yet. “We have not met and discussed anything relative to all the noise,” Bills president Russ Brandon said regarding a public and private group formed previously for discussing a new stadium, via Vic Carucci of the…

Medicinal marijuana advocates speak with NFLPA officials

The medicinal marijuana movement started by former Ravens tackle Eugene Monroe seems to be gaining some steam, and they’re trying to pick up a significant ally in the process. According to Nicki Jhabvala of the Denver Post, one of the doctors Monroe’s working with the advocate research into cannabidiols as a pain management option has…

Sexual assault trial of C.J. Spillman to begin Monday

Former NFL cornerback C.J. Spillman will finally be tried on sexual assault charges stemming from a 2014 incident at the team hotel of the Dallas Cowboys. According to Brandon George of the Dallas Morning News, Spillman’s trial is set to begin Monday at the Tim Curry Criminal Justice Center in Fort Worth, Tex. Spillman was…

Alan Roach to leave Broncos to become Vikings public address announcer

After 16 years as public address announcer of the Denver Broncos, Alan Roach is returning home to Minnesota to become the public address announcer of the Vikings at U.S. Bank Stadium. In a post on his own website, Roach announced the move back to his Minnesota roots. “Having grown up in Minnesota my entire childhood,…

Jaelen Strong, George Atallah join Tuesday’s PFT Live

Slow time or not, there’s still plenty happening in the NFL. On Tuesday morning, we’ll devote three hours (as we do every weekday morning) to reviewing all of the latest in the sport that never has any actual downtime — even in the down time. Tuesday’s PFT Live on NBC Sports Radio includes visits from…

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