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Colin Kaepernick has social media faux pas, jokes about Houston flooding

Your browser does not support iframes. If nothing else, Tuesday's unfortunate joke should teach San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick to be a little more careful on social media, especially when it comes to a tragic event. Kaepernick posted an unfunny and pretty regrettable joke to his Instagram account about the floods in Houston. Show More Summary

LeSean McCoy limited by neck injury

The Bills got to take a look at some of their backup running backs with the first team during team drills on Wednesday because running back LeSean McCoy was limited during practice. A neck injury was the reason for McCoy’s abbreviated schedule during the workout. Coach Rex Ryan said after practice that the injury wasn’t…

Meet the Hidden Gem of New York Giants' 2015 Draft Class

The New York Giants had several interesting selections in the 2015 NFL draft. Which draft pick could be the hidden gem in the class? Will this player have an immediate impact? Watch as Bleacher Report NFL Analyst Matt Miller discusses a hidden gem for the Giants in the video above. Read more NFL news on BleacherReport.com

Insider Buzz: Hardy Appeal Process Will Be 'Uphill Battle' to Reduce Suspension

Greg Hardy looked like a promising free-agent signing for the Dallas Cowboys but soon after was handed a 10-game suspension by the NFL. When could Hardy's appeal start? How is the outlook for his punishment? Watch as Bleacher Report NFL Insider Jason Cole discusses Hardy's future in the video above. Read more NFL news on BleacherReport.com

North Carolina A&T RB Tarik Cohen Catches 2 Footballs While Doing Backflip

North Carolina A&T running back Tarik Cohen just took the catching-a-football-while-doing-a-backflip video to the next level. Cohen joined the trend a few weeks back with a nice two-handed catch. However, he recently one-upped himself. Show More Summary

Colts sign Phillip Dorsett

Wide receiver Phillip Dorsett is the latest first-round pick to sign his rookie contract. The Colts announced Wednesday that Dorsett has agreed to the standard four-year deal with the team. As a first-round pick, Dorsett’s contract also comes with a team option for a fifth season at a salary equal to the 3rd-25th best-paid players…

The Best Secondary in NFL That No One Is Talking About

There are several good secondaries in the NFL, but some aren't talked about. Which team has the most underrated secondary in the NFL? Why doesn't this secondary get much attention? Watch as Bleacher Report NFL Analyst Matt Miller discusses an underrated secondary in the video above. Read more NFL news on BleacherReport.com

Cowboys filming practice with drones

At some point, the term “drone” became inherently sinister. At some point, the term “drone” became attached to all remotely-controlled devices that fly. Which has caused plenty of people to assume that any and all drones are evil and capable of mass mayhem. Which likely has delayed many reasonable innovations relating to the use of…

Pretender or Contender: Which Teams Have a Legit Chance to Win the Pac-12 Title?

The Pac -12 is filled with top-tier teams. The competition for the crown of one of the nation's toughest conferences this year will be incredibly close. Bleacher Report College Football Analysts Michael Felder and Adam Kramer debateShow More Summary

Top Schools for Each Uncommitted 2016 5-Star Defensive Recruit

Last week, 5-star defensive tackle Ed Oliver sent shock waves through the recruiting world by announcing his commitment to his hometown Houston Cougars. Oliver's pledge to Houston leaves only 13 high school defensive recruits with a 5-star rating from 247Sports' composite rankings without a commitment to a program. From the nation's No. Show More Summary

Tennessee Football: 5 Former Top Recruits Who Will Finally Shine in 2015

If the Tennessee football team is going to make the monumental jump many experts predict this season, the Volunteers can't rely heavily on a slew of freshmen as they have the past two seasons. Some of the upperclassmen and established...Show More Summary

Under-the-Radar Heisman Contenders for 2015 College Football Season

It's never too early to talk Heisman contenders. Outside of the big names like Cardale Jones, Ezekiel Elliott and Cody Kessler, who are some under-the-radar candidates for the prestigious award? Bleacher Report College Football Analyst...Show More Summary

George McCaskey admits second-guessing signing of Ray McDonald

Bears owner George McCaskey said the decision to sign Ray McDonald this offseason was his. So when he says he’s second-guessing that decision, he means he’s second-guessing his own process. Via Rich Campbell of the Chicago Tribune, McCaskey told reporters that even though he initially said no and was talked into adding the troubled defensive…

Zimmer on Peterson: He can play for us or not play at all

If the Vikings are wavering from their plan to have Adrian Peterson in their backfield in 2015, they are doing a very good job of keeping it under wraps. Peterson isn’t with the Vikings for their organized team activities this week, something that was expected as Peterson has yet to report for any work with…

Ravens re-sign rookie LB Andrew Bose

The Ravens re-signed undrafted rookie linebacker Andrew Bose on Wednesday, the team said on its website. In a corresponding roster move, the club waived rookie linebacker Trey DePriest, who played collegiately at Alabama. A Rhode Island product, the 6-foot-2, 232-pound Bose was credited with 125 tackles (48 solo) in his final collegiate season in 2014.…

Matt Forte practicing with Bears on Wednesday

Bears running back Matt Forte said last month that his desire for a new contract wouldn’t lead him to hold out of the team’s mandatory minicamp or training camp. As it turns out, his absence won’t even extend to the end of voluntary work. According to multiple reports from media members covering the Bears, Forte was…

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