Panthers tight end Greg Olsen will miss a minimum of eight games after the team placed him on injured reserve with a broken right foot.
The New York Jets have waived wide receiver Kalif Raymond, two days after his costly fumbled punt changed momentum against Oakland
Jelani Jenkins‘ stay with the Bills was a short one, and he may not have broken a sweat. The Bills announced they cut the veteran linebacker, who was signed last week but was inactive for their game against the Panthers. The Bills also released safety Trae Elston, giving them a pair of open roster spots. [more]
Jayrone Elliott‘s stay with the Cowboys didn’t last long. They waived the linebacker Tuesday after only two weeks to make room for the return of defensive end Damontre Moore from the reserve/suspended list. The league suspended Moore two games for violating the substance-abuse policy. The suspension stemmed from his December arrest for suspicion of DWI [more]
Linebacker left team without permission Saturday in Los Angeles.
The Southeastern Conference released its 2018 football schedule Tuesday and the first thing that stands out is the tremendous nonconference matchups, especially in the first couple of weeks. Here is a look at the top 10 nonconference games to watch in 2018: Alabama vs. Louisville Sept. 1, 2018;...
Browns wide receiver Corey Coleman has been placed on injured reserve after undergoing surgery on his broken right hand
Jaelen Strong doesn’t play for the Texans anymore, but he’s staying in the AFC South. According to multiple reports, the Jaguars claimed Strong off of waivers a day after the Texans cut him loose. Strong didn’t play in the opener because he was serving a suspension and didn’t catch a pass in last Thursday’s victory [more]
Browns tackle Joe Thomas has put together an impressive 10,000-plus streak of snaps. He also has accomplished an impressive run of interviews in the aftermath of his ironman streak. The tour included an ironman interview with PFT Live — a full 22 minutes that will appear on the PFT Live afternoon podcast any minute now. [more]
The Miami Dolphins have made a decision regarding linebacker Lawrence Timmons. And it’s an aggressive one. The Dolphins have announced that Timmons has been suspended indefinitely. As a practical matter, the Dolphins definitely can suspend Timmons for up to four weeks without pay. He’ll lose $58,823 per week (based on a $1 million annual salary), [more]
The Jets are making a change at punt returner. Kalif Raymond filled the role during the first two games of the season after being claimed off of waivers from the Broncos, but the Jets announced on Tuesday that Raymond has been placed on waivers again. The move comes a couple of days after Raymond muffed [more]
Browns receiver Corey Coleman will miss at least half the season. The Browns announced today that they have placed Coleman on injured reserve with a broken hand. Under NFL rules, they could bring him back after eight weeks. Coleman has started both games this season and has six catches for 62 yards and a touchdown. [more]
Broncos' C.J. Anderson cracks the top 10 running backs behind No. 1 Le'Veon Bell; Tom Brady again the top-rated quarterback.
The Bengals already let their offensive coordinator go, and things not looking any better for lame duck Marvin Lewis.
On just about every subject I’ll hear from fans who don’t agree with me, which is fine. I’ve written often about how the Los Angeles Chargers‘ relocation is the worst in modern American professional sports history, how L.A. didn’t want...Show More Summary
A week ago former Washington wide receiver Santana Moss said Josh Doctson “might be the best receiver on this team.” The problem is: Doctson hasn’t played enough to prove that. Doctson, a first-round draft pick in 2016, played 29 snaps against the Rams on Sunday with nothing to show for it. Kirk Cousins threw him [more]
Philadelphia Eagles’ Chris Long (L) stands beside Malcolm Jenkins as he raises his fist during the national anthem before a preseason game. (AP) Chris Long wanted to do something positive in Charlottesville, Virginia, and he is using a good portion of his Philadelphia Eagles salary for it. Show More Summary
The 49ers played without linebacker Reuben Foster in last Sunday’s loss to the Seahawks, but the first-round pick appears to be making good progress in his recovery from a high ankle sprain. Matt Maiocco of NBC Sports Bay Area reports on Tuesday that Foster is no longer wearing a protective boot on the ankle. Maiocco [more]
Football players wind up doing a wide variety of things once their playing days are over with coaching and broadcasting serving as popular post-retirement choices. Former Bears and Panthers cornerback Charles Tillman did some television work last year, but is now reportedly moving in a different direction. Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune reports via multiple [more]
Week 2 of the 2017 NFL season is now completely in the books. Here are a few things to mull over after a full 16-game slate. Have you digested enough information when it comes to this past week in the NFL? We have five more tidbits when it comes to analyzing Week 2 of the […] The post NFL 2017: 5 Afterthoughts from Week 2 appeared first on EndZoneScore.