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Auburn Football: Early Grades for 2016 Recruiting Class

After bringing Will Muschamp back to the Plains as the new defensive coordinator and securing the nation's ninth-best class of 2015 this winter, it's safe to say Auburn is off to a slow start in the final stretch of the offseason. Right...Show More Summary

'Entourage' creator: Eli Manning stiffed us on a cameo, Tom Brady subbed in

That smell of body spray and tanning lotion can only mean one thing: "Entourage" is back. For those not in the know, "Entourage" was an HBO series, now a movie, about a Hollywood star and his best pals trundling through a five-star life. As...Show More Summary

No date yet for Tom Brady appeal hearing

Under Article 46 of the Collective Bargaining Agreement, the NFL and the NFL Players Association must pick a date for the appeal of Patriots quarterback Tom Brady’s four-game suspension within 10 days after the filing of the appeal. The deadline is today. And it hasn’t happened yet, per a source with knowledge of the situation.…

Shane Ray sitting out, but Broncos think he’ll be ready soon

Broncos first-round pick Shane Ray fell on some draft boards because of a toe injury that some teams thought would require surgery. And that injury is, in fact, keeping Ray sidelined at the start of Organized Team Activities. That doesn’t mean the Broncos are worried. Head coach Gary Kubiak said today that he expects to…

NFL Gets Much-Needed PR Win with J.J. Watt, Texans Landing HBO's 'Hard Knocks'

The image of the NFL is something that really depends on the eye of the beholder, but no matter who is doing the beholding, it's been doused in negative public relations over the past year. Domestic violence has (rightfully) become more than a mere offseason footnote. Show More Summary

Coach Says Peterson Can Play for Vikings or Not Play at All

Adrian Peterson has spent the last five months sending vague and sometimes ambiguous messages about his desire or lack thereof to remain with the Minnesota Vikings.

Matt Forte: All I can do is play football

Running back Matt Forte is back with the Bears after skipping the early phases of the team’s voluntary offseason work while working out on his own. Those workouts, described as “rigorous speed training,” came as Forte enters the final year of his contract and that led to speculation that Forte’s absence was designed to get…

Predicting New England Patriots' 2015 Breakout Star

The New England Patriots organization has an uncanny ability to find steals in the NFL draft, and 2015 might be no exception. Who could emerge as a difference-maker in 2015? What makes him so special? Watch as Bleacher Report NFL analyst Matt Miller discusses the Patriots' potential breakout star in the video above. Read more NFL news on

Report: Michael Campanaro sustains quad injury

One of the Ravens’ young wide receivers is reportedly on the mend. Second-year pro Michael Campanaro sustained a quadriceps injury in Wednesday’s organized team practice activities, Aaron Wilson of the Baltimore Sun reports. The degree of the injury is not yet known, the Sun said. The 24-year-old Campanaro caught seven passes for 102 yards and…

Nick Saban Leading Charge for NCAA Reform Is Nothing New

For all the criticism Nick Saban gets for his interactions with the media—that he is confrontational, controlling or manipulative—no one will ever say he doesn ’t speak his mind. Saban is not the loose-cannon type who will run his mouth and occasionally get himself in trouble for it, like a Steve Spurrier or James Franklin. Show More Summary

Which NFL team is best poised to end its city’s championship drought?

With the Cavaliers qualifying for the NBA Finals, the city of Cleveland could finally shed most of its Factory of Sadness sports vibe. Which brings me to Wednesday’s PFT Planet poll question: Which NFL team is best positioned to end a drought of 20 years or more in its current city? Pick an answer, and…

Marcell Dareus on contract: We’ll wait and see what Bills do

Bills defensive tackle Marcell Dareus said Wednesday that he is happy to be able to move forward after the announcement of his one-game suspension because he can prepare for the season without something that was “hanging over my head for a while.” Dareus’s attention won’t be limited to on-field matters, however. He’s entering the final…

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