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Will Beatty out for Giants too

The Giants are parting ways with several veterans who suffered season-ending injuries in 2015. Guard Geoff Schwartz and linebacker Jon Beason were informed that they won’t be back with the team next season. Mike Garafolo of FOX Sports was the first to report that left tackle Will Beatty has been added to the list as well.…

Giants releasing Schwartz, Beason

The Giants plan to release veteran offensive lineman Geoff Schwartz and linebacker Jon Beason, ESPN’s Dan Graziano reported Wednesday. Beason and Schwartz both signed big contracts with the Giants before the 2014 season. The Giants had acquired Beason in an Oct. 2013 trade with the Panthers. Injuries limited Beason to four games in 2014 and…

Geoff Schwartz Released by Giants: Latest Comments and Reaction

Geoff Schwartz's time with the New York Giants after the team released the veteran guard on Wednesday, per ESPN's Dan Graziano and Jordan Raanan of NJ Advance Media. Injuries limited Schwartz in 2015, with a lower-leg fracture ending his season in December. Show More Summary

Will Beatty Released by Giants: Latest Comments and Reaction

After missing the entire 2015 season due to injury, offensive tackle Will Beatty has reportedly been released by the New York Giants. Conor Orr of NFL.com and Fox Sports' Mike Garafolo reported Beatty 's fate with the Giants on Wednesday: A second-round pick by the Giants in 2009, Beatty has spent his entire career with the franchise. Show More Summary

Jon Beason Released by Giants: Latest Details, Comments and Reaction

The New York Giants cut veteran linebacker Jon Beason on Wednesday, via Dan Graziano of ESPN and Conor Orr of NFL.com. Graziano noted the release will save the Giants $6 million in cap space for next season. The move doesn't come asShow More Summary

Bruce Irvin prepares to cash in on open market

Last year, the Seahawks could have exercised the fifth-year option on Bruce Irvin’s rookie contract. They didn’t. With Super Bowl 50 placing an even greater premium on pass rushers, it means that Irvin will soon be leaving Seattle. Barring a new contract or the use of the franchise tag (both of which are believed to…

Chad Johnson Said He Used Teammates' Urine to Help Recover from Sprained Ankles

Former Cincinnati Bengals star Chad "Ochocinco" Johnson did a lot of crazy things during his NFL career, but nothing will top his bizarre rehab process. Johnson made the rounds at ESPN on Wednesday with his buddy Terrell Owens. It was...Show More Summary

Casey Hayward “probably” hitting open market

The Packers drafted a pair of cornerbacks early in the 2015 draft, which may contribute to Casey Hayward playing elsewhere in 2016. Hayward is set to become a free agent next month and the 2012 second-round pick thinks that chances are good that he won’t resign with Green Bay before the new league year starts…

Lynn Swann should tread lightly when talking about Hall of Fame qualifications

Hall of Fame receiver Lynn Swann makes a good point about the Hall of Fame credentials of Lions receiver Calvin Johnson. Megatron simply may not have done enough in nine NFL seasons to earn a spot in Canton. By making the case against Johnson, however, Swann opens himself up for questions about his own spot…

Denver Broncos Say No Deadline for Manning, but What Options Are Facing Them?

With another Super Bowl championship in the books, the Denver Broncos are now turning to their attention to offseason issues. There are many players to consider in free agency—including 16 unrestricted free agents on the roster. However,...Show More Summary

Rams sign former Northwestern quarterback Kain Colter

Kain Colter wasn’t able to unionize college football players at Northwestern, but at least he gets to be the answer to a trivia question. Via Ryan Kartje of the Orange County Register, Colter became the first player signed by the Rams since relocating to Los Angeles. Colter went to camp with the Vikings in 2014…

Chargers complete overhaul of coaching staff

The Chargers didn’t make a change at head coach this offseason, but Mike McCoy’s staff did get a serious renovation at the end of a 4-12 campaign. There will be 11 coaches in positions they weren’t in last season, nine of whom are new to the organization. The last two of those new arrivals were…

2016 NFL Mock Draft: Predictions for 1st-Round Prospects Entering Offseason

The Denver Broncos won Super Bowl 50 because their defense dominated the supposedly superior Carolina Panthers. Defense may also be the signature of the offseason, at least when it comes to the NFL draft. Defensive players, led by Ohio...Show More Summary

Philly Brown: Talib “immature,” but hope he isn’t suspended

In the first half of Super Bowl 50, Broncos cornerback Aqib Talib picked up a personal foul for throwing Panthers wide receiver Philly Brown to the ground by his facemask. After the game, Talib said that he did it on purpose because he “just had to show [Brown]” after exchanging words with him earlier in…

Terrell Owens Comments on Not Being Elected to Pro Football Hall of Fame

Days after wide receiver Terrell Owens was not selected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame's Class of 2016, the controversial superstar commented on the decision. According to ESPN's Mike & Mike on Twitter, T.O. was not surprised thatShow More Summary

Biggest Risers, Fallers of the Early 2016 NFL Draft Process

The 2016 NFL draft process still has a ways to go before final big boards are ready. But we've already learned so much about the top and sleeper prospects in the class, and we've seen players rise and fall in the eyes of the media and...Show More Summary

If Calvin Johnson Retires, Can Any WR Fill His Shoes?

Someday, Detroit Lions wide receiver Calvin Johnson will be viewed as a rare football fossil. We’ll look back on his career, his production and, most of all, his blend of both incredible size and speed, and only then truly appreciate the athletic gifts he used to physically dominate defensive backs. That day could be coming soon. Show More Summary

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