Players who have been released by their teams since the end of the season are free to sign with other teams ahead of the start of free agency next week and linebacker Brad Jones is trying to take advantage of that opportunity. Jim Wyatt of the Tennessean reports that Jones recently visited with the Titans…
When a good player gets arrested, the player’s team usually releases a statement saying it is aware of the matter but will have no comment while it waits for due process to play out. When a mediocre player gets arrested, the player’s team usually cuts him. Victor Hampton has just found that out the hard…
A year ago, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers signed Anthony Collins to serve as the foundation of their offensive line. One disappointing season later and it appears they're ready to move on. Continue for updates. Buccaneers to Trade or Release...Show More Summary
The St. Louis Rams cut ties with Kendall Langford in February, but the veteran defensive lineman is already attracting interest as free agency approaches. Continue for updates. Langford Reportedly Visiting Lions Monday, March 2 Jim Thomas of the St. Show More Summary
When Brian Kelly went out looking to replace Matt LaFleur, he started his search looking for just another quarterback coach. But in hiring former Boise State offensive coordinator Mike Sanford, Kelly decided to rebuild the foundation...Show More Summary
South Carolina football players might want to be careful about what they tweet because Gamecocks coach Steve Spurrier is now on Twitter. The social media network has been around for some time now, but the 69-year-old coach waited until 2015 to get in on the fun. Show More Summary
Alabama is in the early stages of pursuing its sixth straight top-ranked recruiting class and stayed busy Saturday by hosting several standout recruits for a junior day event. Nick Saban and company made quite an impression on campus visitors, including coveted Maryland playmaker Trevon Diggs. Show More Summary
The 2015 NFL salary cap has been set at $143.28 million. That won’t come as a surprise to either owners or players, but it wasn’t official until today. The final cap number was set today in conjunction with the deadline for teams to make their decisions on franchise player designations. That doesn’t mean every team…
When the free agent period opens next week, teams will throw big money at guys they believe to be the answers to all their problems. And if they’re not, those guys will inevitably be thrown back. According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, the Buccaneers are trying to trade left tackle Anthony Collins, and…
South Carolina's Steve Spurrier is the latest coach to join social media circles after the Head Ball Coach officially joined Twitter Monday.
On the latest Eye on Football Podcast, Will Brinson and Ryan Wilson talk the Browns' inexplicable decision to sign Josh McCown.
Just a year after re-signing wide receiver Jacoby Jones to a four-year, $12 million deal, the Baltimore Ravens decided to cut him this offseason. Now, the renowned return man is looking for a new home, and a market is developing forShow More Summary
New York Jets wide receiver Percy Harvin 's future with the team is uncertain at this point. Is Harvin willing to restructure his contract? Could he test the free-agent market? Watch as Stephen Nelson and Bleacher Report NFL Insider Jason Cole discuss Harvin 's future in the video above. Read more NFL news on BleacherReport.com
The San Diego Chargers enter March with a little over $30 million to spend in free agency, which is the most general manager Tom Telesco has seen since he took over in 2013. The first two years on the job forced Telesco to stick to a...Show More Summary
A little rain—well, more like a heavy downpour—didn't stop eager quarterbacks from performing at the Nike Elite 11 Orlando regional on Sunday. If anything, the rain may have helped the quarterbacks show off a little more. Wet conditions...Show More Summary
Apparently the Lions aren't fans of paying Suh $27 million in 2015.
Very critical answers on whether A.J. Hawk is a pro's pro contained within.
Ndamukong Suh will hit the open market, while Justin Houston and Dez Bryant were hit with the tag.
The decision was difficult, mostly because Ndamukong Suh was the player the Detroit Lions had built so much of their defense around for the past five seasons and into the foreseeable future. To put a franchise tag on Suh -- a decision...Show More Summary
The Lions have chosen to hold the door open to their free agent defensive tackles, and today, another is walking in. According to Jim Thomas of the St. Louis Post Dispatch, former Rams defensive tackle Kendall Langford is visiting the Lions today. The Lions have chosen to not use the franchise tag on Ndamukong Suh…