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Judge sides with Adrian Peterson

Vikings running back Adrian Peterson has won a major victory in the courtroom of Judge David Doty. Doty ruled today in Peterson’s favor on his appeal of the suspension that he was handed after Peterson pleaded no contest to reckless assault on his son. Peterson and the NFL Players Association argued that NFL Commissioner Roger…

Stephen Tulloch “way ahead of schedule” in ACL rehab, hopes he stays with Lions

Linebacker Stephen Tulloch was lost for the season early in 2014 when he tore his ACL while celebrating a sack, but he said Sunday that he’s on track for a full return this year. Tulloch told Alex Marvez and Zig Fracassi of Sirius XM NFL Radio that he’s “way ahead of schedule” in his return…

Keeping secondary intact would cost the Pats a fortune

With free agency starting next week, the Patriots are in an interesting position: They can keep the three best players in their secondary but spend a fortune, or they could take the frugal route and risk losing Darrelle Revis, Devin McCourty and Brandon Browner. The good news for the Patriots is that they have the…

WATCH: Jimmy Fallon thanks Browns for 'virtually identical' new logo

Jimmy Fallon penned a thank-you note to the Cleveland Browns for debuting their 'virtually identical' new logo.

2015 NFL Mock Draft: Best Team Fits for Top Talents on the Board in Round 1

Between now and the NFL draft, prospects will rise and prospects will fall. Scouting reports will change, rumors will emerge, players will be dissected and, eventually, sheer madness will reign supreme as NFL fans become more and more...Show More Summary

Cowboys could franchise Dez Bryant, allow DeMarco Murray to test market

We are getting closer to figuring out the Dallas Cowboys' offseason strategy plans. Monday is the deadline for the Cowboys — and every other NFL team, for that matter — to receive the franchise tag. All indications point toward Dez Bryant...Show More Summary

A.J. Smith announces his retirement

When A.J. Smith announced that he wouldn’t be back for a third season as a consultant in the Redskins front office, he said he and his family were going to discuss what was next after three decades in the NFL. Smith announced the result of those discussions is his retirement. “We had a family discussion…

WATCH: Giants surprise young fan with care package

Check out this awesome video of the Giants surprising a young, special-needs fan with a care package.

Chris Culliver: Latest News, Rumors and Speculation Surrounding Free-Agent CB

In a fairly weak free-agent market for cornerbacks, San Francisco 49ers corner Chris Culliver should receive plenty of interest around the league for teams needing help at the position. Already, the buzz surrounding Culliver is starting...Show More Summary

2015 NFL Draft: Prospects Who Need Solid Pro Days to Lock Down 1st-Round Status

With the scouting combine nearly a week into the rearview mirror, pro-day discussions have already begun in earnest. Not every major university has set a date for its workout showcase, but buzz is already high about players who needShow More Summary

Former UNC Official Cites Loophole Used to Extend Football Eligibility

The University of North Carolina's graduate school admitted students who would not have otherwise received admission so they could continue participating in intercollegiate athletics, claims a former admissions officer at the school. Cheryl...Show More Summary

Michigan Football: 10 Wolverines Who Could Surprise People This Spring

There is enough untapped talent on Michigan’s roster to forecast several potential surprise players during spring practice. From defense to offense down to special teams, coach Jim Harbaugh has droves of unproven athletes who could make...Show More Summary

Rex’s Bills need a quarterback, and Sanchez and Vick are available

When Josh McCown became available as a free agent, the first team to be linked to him was Buffalo, where the Bills are in need of a veteran quarterback. When McCown spurned the Bills and signed with the Browns, that left a hole that the Bills will need to fill elsewhere. Buffalo traded away this…

Justin Forsett: I don’t want to be a one-hit wonder

After six years of bouncing around the league as a backup running back, Justin Forsett made the most of his extended shot in the top job for the Ravens in 2014. Forsett ran for 1,266 yards, caught 44 passes and scored eight touchdowns as Baltimore advanced to the divisional round of the playoffs. He did…

Jeremy Maclin on return to Eagles: If it’s supposed to happen, it will happen

Eagles wide receiver Jeremy Maclin is coming up on the point when he’s going to have to make some big decisions about his future, but he didn’t sound like a man feeling too pressured by that predicament on Saturday. Maclin said he felt “no rush” to get things settled because it is more important to get…

Competition Committee considers dumping inactive lists for Thursday games

NFL executive V.P. of football operations Troy Vincent said Saturday that the Competition Committee considered the proper handling of rosters for Thursday games. Per a league source, the possible solution is the removal of the inactive list for Thursday Night Football.  If that happens, teams would dress all 53 players on Thursday night games, with…

'Parks & Rec' put Reggie Wayne/Colts tribute in Johnny Karate disclaimer

The 'Parks and Recreation' writers stuck a "Reggie Wayne forever' joke (and "Colts rule Colts rule") inside a Johnny Karate disclaimer a few episodes before the show ended.

Ray Rice: 'At one point it wasn't worth living,' would 'play for anybody' now

In a lengthy interview, Ray Rice said at one point life felt like 'it wasn't worth living' and admitted he would be willing to play for the Steelers in 2015.

NFL Rumors: Breaking Down Early Offseason Trade Talk and Free-Agency Buzz

The first major event of the offseason, the NFL Scouting Combine, is now in the rearview mirror as the focus shifts toward the 2015 season. The action should begin to pick up in the weeks ahead as free agency gets underway before the...Show More Summary

Minnesota Vikings' Ultimate Free-Agency to-Do List

General manager Rick Spielman and the Minnesota Vikings will be forced to shift gears from draft prospects to veterans, with NFL free agency set to begin on March 10. As noted by ESPN's Ben Goessling, the Vikings would have over $17Show More Summary

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