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Koa Misi, Dolphins LB, Reportedly Involved in Altercation at Bar

Miami Dolphins linebacker Koa Misi was reportedly involved in an altercation at a club in Florida early Sunday morning. TMZ Sports obtained the police report filed by a Fort Lauderdale officer, which states Misi and his friends were involved in "an altercation with another group" around 3:41 a.m. Show More Summary

Trent Richardson missing time with hamstring injury

Running back Trent Richardson signed with the Ravens this offseason in an effort to resuscitate a career that started going off the rails shortly after Richardson was the third overall pick of the 2012 draft. His effort to get things moving in the right direction can’t hit too many snags if it is going to…

Who will be in room when league office consults with on-field officials?

With the NFL now allowing on-field officials to use the real-time communications system devised for allowing the league office to assist with replay for other matters (whatever those matters specifically may be), some of the folks whose interests will hinge directly on the outcome of these decisions are raising once again an important question regarding…

Michigan Commit Josh Ross Aims to Follow, and Pass, His Brother's Footsteps

A super-competitive nature and the feeling of never being satisfied—two characteristics of 4-star linebacker and Michigan commit Josh Ross that not only helped him land 17 reported offers but also have some Michigan fans prematurelyShow More Summary

Ravens Fined, Lose 1 Week of OTAs for Violating Offseason Workout Rules

The Baltimore Ravens have been hit with a punishment from the NFL for violating the league's collective bargaining agreement by using full pads at a rookie minicamp. Per the Ravens' official Twitter account, they are required to forfeit...Show More Summary

Ravens have a week of OTA practices taken away for violating rules

The Baltimore Ravens' failure to study the rule book has cost them a week of offseason practices. The Ravens held at least one drill earlier this month in which rookies were in pads. The team claimed it didn't know rookie minicamps were under the same "no pads" umbrella as normal OTA practice rules, but that never made much sense. Show More Summary

Payton says Brees won’t let contract be a distraction

Saints quarterback Drew Brees says he doesn’t want to talk about a new contract during the season, which suggests that if a deal is going to get done, it has to get done this summer. So could that distract from Brees’ offseason work? Not according to Saints coach Sean Payton, who said after the third…

Titans second-rounder Kevin Dodd out until camp after foot surgery

One of the three players selected in the second round of the draft by the Titans won’t be on the field for the rest of the team’s offseason work. Coach Mike Mularkey said that defensive end Kevin Dodd had “preventative” foot surgery on Thursday and will miss the rest of OTAs and the team’s mandatory…

Kevin Dodd Injury: Updates on Titans LB's Recovery from Foot Surgery

Second-round pick Kevin Dodd of the Tennessee Titans will not take part in organized team activities due to a foot injury. Per the Titans' official Twitter account, head coach Mike Mularkey announced that Dodd had "preventative footShow More Summary

NFL fines John Harbaugh, cancels a week of Ravens’ OTAs

The Ravens and head coach John Harbaugh have been punished by the NFL for breaking the rule requiring rookie minicamp to consist only of non-contact practices without pads. “We made a mistake and we are sorry for that. We accept the NFL discipline,” the Ravens said in a statement. That discipline will consist of a…

More criticism appears regarding Washington Post poll

Last Thursday, the Washington Post published a poll of 504 self-identifying Native American adults, 90 percent of whom said they aren’t bothered by the name of the local NFL team. Although some supporters of the name continue to insist that this means any lingering opposition to the name comes only from white liberal journalists, multiple Native…

Davante Adams “wasn’t proud” of his 2015 season

When Jordy Nelson tore his ACL in the 2015 preseason, immediate fears about what it would mean for the Packers offense were lessened by the presence of Davante Adams. Adams had been the subject of praise around the team all offseason, including Aaron Rodgers predicting stardom for the 2014 second-round pick. As is often the…

Stephen Jones: Cowboys aren’t looking for outside help at defensive end

Veteran pass rusher Dwight Freeney is making the rounds right now in search of a home for the 2016 season, but a stop in Dallas doesn’t look like it will be one of the tour dates. Cowboys executive vice president Stephen Jones said Thursday, via Charean Williams of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, that the team…

Art Briles should be a coaching pariah after Baylor investigation

When news broke this morning that Baylor would fire head football coach Art Briles, I dashed off a quick post about whether he would have a future in the NFL. A few minutes later, Baylor posted a statement about the investigation that led to Briles’ firing. Having now read that statement, here’s what I think…

Report: Abdullah recovering from surgery on torn labrum

Lions running back Ameer Abdullah had shoulder surgery in January and could be out until training camp, Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free Press reported Thursday. The report said Dr. James Andrews repaired a torn labrum that Adbullah had suffered during a mid-December game. The report also said Abdullah is ahead of schedule in his…

Washington will hold Junior Galette back until training camp

Washington is encouraged by the progress Junior Galette has shown in his comeback from a torn Achilles, but they’re not going to let him push it. According to Mike Jones of the Washington Post, the recovering pass-rusher won’t practice until training camp in late July. While the rest of his teammates were going through OTAs,…

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