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Robert Griffin III to work out for Los Angeles Chargers, per report

Robert Griffin III has been looking for a landing spot since being released by the Browns in March.        

Mark Murphy: Packers will never give up a home date for an international game

The Packers accept the fact that the NFL won’t host a Super Bowl at Lambeau Field. And since the Packers won’t host a Super Bowl at Lambeau Field, they won’t have to automatically sacrifice a home game to the league’s ongoing overseas obsession. Thus, via SportsBusiness Daily, Packers CEO Mark Murphy told shareholders on Monday…

NFC East preview: Cowboys will be tested for crown

USA TODAY Sports' Lindsay H. Jones says that even though the Cowboys had a surprisingly impressive 2016 season, there's plenty of tough competition in the NFC East that could steal the division title in 2017.        

Cowboys release Lucky Whitehead; agent says WR wasn't in Virginia at time of arrest

Lucky Whitehead was released Monday after police in Virginia said he was arrested last month. But his agent said it was a case of mistaken identity.        

Tony Sparano happy with his Vikings OL after injury-plagued 2016

The best thing about this year is it’s not last year for the Vikings offensive line. Minnesota used 12 players and eight different starting combinations in its line last season. In two games last season, the Vikings were down to five healthy offensive linemen on game day. Tight end David Morgan served as the emergency…

Robert Griffin III gets a workout with the Chargers

With training camps opening around the NFL, Robert Griffin III has finally drawn some interest. Griffin will work out for the Chargers on Tuesday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. It’s the first report of any team having any interest at all in Griffin, who was the second overall draft pick and the NFL’s rookie of…

Gerald McCoy has a tweet storm of his own

Another day, another disgruntled defensive player taking his displeasure to social media. Two days after veteran Chiefs pass rusher Tamba Hali vented on Twitter about a lack of playing time in the playoffs, Buccaneers defensive tackle Gerald McCoy has taken to Twitter to complain about, well, something. “They won’t appreciate you until you’re gone,” McCoy…

Longtime Broncos safety retires to tackle physical therapy

Longtime Broncos safety and special teams ace David Bruton Jr. is hanging up his cleats to tackle a career in physical therapy        

John Elway agrees to 5-year contract with Denver Broncos

John Elway agrees to a five-year extension with the Denver Broncos on the eve of training camp        

More Cowboys problems: Lucky Whitehead just the latest to sully the star

Bell: The problems continue to mount for the Cowboys, who learned Monday that their backup receiver was arrested in June but never told them.        

Vikings surround RB Cook with mentors to smooth transition

Vikings surround RB Dalvin Cook with mentors to try to smooth transition from Florida State to Minnesota        

Shareholders meeting marks Packers season's unofficial start

The Green Bay Packers have held their annual shareholders meeting, marking the franchise's unofficial start to the new NFL season        

Antonio Brown has another message for Le’Veon Bell

The Steelers don’t need to spend much time trying to persuade running back Le’Veon Bell to sign his franchise tender. Receiver Antonio Brown is doing the heavy lifting for them. After public comments that followed a private conversation that created the clear impression that Brown wants Bell to accept the pending $12.1 million offer and…

Patriots place Dont’a Hightower, Alan Branch on PUP

The Patriots placed linebacker Dont’a Hightower and defensive tackle Alan Branch on the physically unable to perform list. Hightower missed the offseason program with an undisclosed injury. He missed three games last season with injuries and played only one full, 16-game season in his first five seasons. The Patriots, though, signed Hightower to a four-year…

Saints bring back Michael Mauti, place four on PUP list

Linebacker Michael Mauti’s 2016 season with the Saints ended early when he had surgery to treat ulcerative colitis, which he said was the best move for his long-term health and would not stop him from playing in 2017. Mauti’s attempt to continue his career will come with the Saints. Mauti shared a picture of his…

Eagles sign rugby star Adam Zaruba

The Eagles have signed Canadian rugby star Adam Zaruba to a three-year contract        

John Elway: This is a special place, and the Broncos are home to me

The Broncos officially announced the signing of John Elway to a new five-year contract through 2021. “We’re pleased to reach an agreement on a five-year contract with John to continue leading our football operations,” president and CEO Joe Ellis said, via the team press release. “During these last six seasons, John’s clearly established himself as…

When will Cowboys hold misbehaving players “accountable”?

On Sunday, Cowboys coach Jason Garrett addressed the issue of players getting in trouble. And then word emerged on Monday of yet another player getting in trouble. “There’s a standard that we have here with the Dallas Cowboys — behavior on and off the field and how we’re going to handle those things,” Garrett said,…

Buffalo Bills host free agent WR Anquan Boldin on visit

The Buffalo Bills fielded the NFL’s top rushing game in 2016 and one of its worst passing games. Tyrod Taylor will return as starting quarterback, but the pieces around him will be different. New head coach Sean McDermott and general...Show More Summary

Report: Greg Olsen won’t hold out

Panthers tight end Greg Olsen wants a contract that he feels has a better ratio of productivity to compensation and he didn’t rule out holding out of training camp in order to press his case, but it looks like that won’t be how things play out in Charlotte. Joseph Person of the Charlotte Observer reports…

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