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Bruce Arians: 'Bad coaches' benefit from in-game video experiment

Bruce Arians (AP) The NFL has been adding in-game technology for its coaches slowly, from speakers in quarterbacks’ and linebackers’ helmets to tablets on the sideline. It makes sense that the next step is allowing them to view video in game. Show More Summary

Tom Coughlin reportedly joining NFL Competition Committee

Former Giants coach Tom Coughlin is reportedly adding to his duties with the league. Coughlin became a “senior advisor” to the league’s operations department this offseason, a role that has him working with NFL executive vice president of football operations Troy Vincent as well as the league’s game-related committees. One of those committees is the Competition…

Browns keep adding to pile of 2017 draft picks

The 2017 NFL Draft is shaping up to be a three-day Cleveland Browns infomercial. Yes, there will be a Trent Richardson/Johnny Manziel montage. But the Browns are in line to be making plenty of picks as they try to move forward. The Browns added another pick in Thursday’s Barkevious Mingo trade, a fifth-rounder from the…

Seahawks' Doug Baldwin admits to agitating teammates after fight with Richard Sherman

The Seattle Seahawks have been interesting under head coach Pete Carroll. Carroll is known for letting guys be who they are, and some of his players, well, they’ve taken advantage of that approach. Defensive end Michael Bennett has gotten...Show More Summary

Are the Baltimore Ravens interested in Devin Hester?

The Baltimore Ravens have said that their punt and kick returner job is up for grabs. This announcement came hours after Devin Hester, the NFL’s all-time leader in return touchdowns, went to social media to show teams that he is ready to play. Show More Summary

Why Joey Bosa better hope the Chargers' offer still stands

On Wednesday, Shutdown Corner’s Frank Schwab did a great job of updating the Joey Bosa situation — namely how the San Diego Chargers made this standoff public and ugly. And though it has been common for many in the media to slam the team and side with the player, there is one undeniable fact: Bosa doesn’t have a lot of leverage here. Show More Summary

Victor Cruz: I’m ready

It looks like the long-awaited return of Giants wide receiver Victor Cruz to the field is a go for Saturday. Cruz missed time with a groin injury this summer that kept him from playing in either of the team’s first two preseason games and led to enough speculation about his future that General Manager Jerry…

Ping-pong, not Madden, is the hot game for the Saints

The new Madden game came out on Tuesday (it’s excellent, and I say that even though I’ve never gotten a free copy of it), so I asked Saints quarterback Drew Brees during a Wednesday visit to PFT Live on NBC Sports Radio how much time he spends telling younger players to quit spending so much…

Browns get Patriots’ fifth-round pick for Barkevious Mingo

For the sixth pick in the first round of the 2013 NFL draft, the Browns have received what will likely be a late pick in the fifth round of the 2017 NFL draft. The Patriots have sent their fifth-round pick to Cleveland in exchange for Barkevious Mingo, according to multiple reports. As much as that…

Alabama Football: Depth Chart Analysis, Complete 2016 Preview and Predictions

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. — Reigning champion. It’s a term that the University of Alabama has become very familiar with, both in the Southeastern Conference and on a national level, much to the dismay of everyone else in college football. When...Show More Summary

Steelers LB James Harrison Meets With NFL Investigators

The NFL players' union says Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker James Harrison met Thursday with league investigators looking into allegations linking him to performance-enhancing drugs.

Report: J.J. Watt expects to practice next week

Texans defensive end J.J. Watt sent out a tweet featuring a picture of himself on the field captioned “Soon” on Wednesday, a few days after coach Bill O’Brien said that he thought Watt would be back “sooner than later” from the back surgery that has kept him out of action this summer. O’Brien’s answer was…

NFL, James Harrison quiet after PED interview

As expected, Steelers linebacker James Harrison submitted for his Al Jazeera-sparked PED interview on Thursday morning. Via Ed Bouchette of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, both sides kept quiet after the meeting ended. That’s likely good news for Harrison, because if he saw or heard anything in the room that made him think that the league wasn’t…

Raiders Ready for a Move to Sin City? Apply for Trademark “Las Vegas Raiders”

From Oakland, to Los Angeles, back to Oakland – to Las Vegas? It may be closer to happening than many think, as playing in arguably the worst stadium in all... The post Raiders Ready for a Move to Sin City? Apply for Trademark “Las Vegas Raiders” appeared first on NFL Gridiron Gab.

Tre Mason’s mother thinks football caused his bizarre behavior

The Rams haven’t seen Tre Mason since last season, but his bigger problem is that his mother doesn’t recognize him. After the latest of Mason’s bizarre adventures, which involved leading police on an ATV chase, his mother told Palm Beach County sheriff’s deputies last month her son has “10-year-old’s mindset” as the result of head…

Fantasy football draft stock market, wide receiver edition

It’s time to take a stroll through the fantasy football draft stock market, wide receiver edition. We will look at two receivers whose stocks have risen and fallen from the week two preseason action. Receivers seem to be the new hotShow More Summary

Houston Texans rookie center Nick Martin out for season

The Houston Texans received brutal news this morning, as 2016 second-round pick and formally starting center Nick Martin will miss the 2016 after having ankle surgery. This news was broken by NFL Media insider Ian Rapoport, earlier today. Show More Summary

Browns trade Barkevious Mingo to Patriots

For the second day in a row, the Patriots are involved in an unexpected trade. The Browns have agreed to ship pass rusher Barkevious Mingo to New England, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Mingo was the sixth overall pick in the 2013 NFL draft, and at 6-foot-4 and 240 pounds he had the look of…

Reports: Cleveland trading Barkevious Mingo to New England

Barkevious Mingo (AP) As a player who was the sixth overall pick in his draft, Barkevious Mingo hasn’t exactly lived up to the expectations that come with being such a lofty selection. If it wasn’t already obvious that the ClevelandShow More Summary

Michigan Football: Depth Chart Analysis, Complete 2016 Preview and Predictions

Jim Harbaugh's Michigan football team enters the 2016 season with high expectations, an inviting schedule, a terrific starting lineup and questionable depth. After an unexpected 10-3 campaign in Harbaugh's debut, the Wolverines reeled...Show More Summary

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