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Peyton Manning top QB in new Madden

ENGLEWOOD, Colo. -- There are Pro Bowl selections and plenty of all-everything teams revealed in every NFL season. Some players are named, some are snubbed and the discussion on all fronts can be lively. And then there's what Donny Moore does. Show More Summary

Antrel Rolle: Chris Snee “gave the team his all”

Giants right guard Chris Snee is reportedly set to step away from the game after 10 seasons. If indeed this is it for Snee, he will retire with two Super Bowl rings and four Pro Bowl nods — a full career indeed. He’ll also leave with a nice tribute from Giants safety Antrel Rolle, who…

Reports: New York Giants offensive guard Chris Snee to retire

Chris Snee no longer has to worry about being five minutes early, even if Tom Coughlin will remain in his life after football. Snee, the former Pro Bowl guard for the New York Giants, has informed the team on the eve of training camp that he intends to retire, per various reports. Show More Summary

Georgia WR Chris Conley Proclaims Pro Bowl & Oscars in 10 Years

Georgia senior wide receiver Chris Conley is one of the most interesting players in college football. The 6'3", 206-pound Georgia native not only is a star on the gridiron but also has a serious talent for film making and acting as well. Conley...Show More Summary

The Redskins Should Be Concerned About DeSean Jackson's Cold-Weather Struggles

Back in April, when fans of both the Philadelphia Eagles and Washington Redskins were trying to make sense of the sudden and stunning developments that saw Pro Bowl receiver DeSean Jackson jump within the NFC East from the former franchise...Show More Summary

Browns TE Jordan Cameron Throws Down Nasty Windmill at the Gym

New day. Same hops. Same Jordan Cameron. If you haven’t heard by now, Cleveland Browns tight tend Jordan Cameron can get up there. The 6’5” Pro Bowl “pass catcher” started his collegiate playing days on the hardwood at BYU and has yet...Show More Summary

5 Moves the Washington Redskins Should Have Made This Offseason

In his first offseason calling all the shots, Washington Redskins president and general manager Bruce Allen has made some impressive moves. Allen acquired two Pro Bowl players, Jason Hatcher and DeSean Jackson, from NFC East rivals.Show More Summary

Saturday thinks things lining up for Falcons

The Atlanta Falcons' offensive line is sure to face its share of scrutiny in 2014 despite noticeable upgrades made throughout the offseason. Six-time Pro Bowl center Jeff Saturday, an Atlanta native and now an analyst for ESPN, wasn't much of a fan of the Falcons' line prior to free agency and the draft. Show More Summary

Pro Bowl next step for Calais Campbell

Calais Campbell knows what is in his control and what isn’t. For example, the Arizona Cardinals' 6-foot-8, 300-pound defensive end knows the method people use to select who plays in a Pro Bowl is out of his control. But he also knows...Show More Summary

Breaking Down the Latest Buzz About the San Diego Chargers' Offseason

Is this the greatest offseason the Chargers have ever had? Is San Diego primed to capture its first Super Bowl in franchise history? After the team made an enormous splash by signing free agent Pro Bowl cornerback Brandon Flowers last...Show More Summary

Stiffed Waitress: Warren Sapp ‘Over-Reacted’ To Her Calling Him ‘Boy’

Pro Bowl defensive lineman Warren Sapp says the waitress who called him “boy” at a Miami sports bar deserved to get stiffed at tip time. The waitress, however, insists that Sapp “overreacted” to what she considers an innocuous greeting. Sapp took issue to the waitress saying, “Hey, boys,” upon approaching his table at the Upper

Jordan Cameron is no longer a Pro Bowl tight end — sort of

Jordan Cameron might get caught within 4 yards of the tackle, but he won’t get caught with his social media guard down. The Browns tight end responded promptly to today’s Jimmy Graham ruling in the most tech-savvy way possible. Cameron has changed the bio on his Twitter account to read “Pro Bowl pass catcher for…

Jordan Cameron changes Twitter bio after Jimmy Graham ruling

Jordan Cameron is no longer a Pro Bowl tight end for the Cleveland Browns, he's a Pro Bowl pass-catcher.

Darnell Dockett Responds to NFL's Facemask Ban with 'Bane' Video

Darnell Dockett, a three-time Pro Bowl defensive end with the Arizona Cardinals, wants everyone to know that nobody took facemasks to the extreme the way he did. NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reported Monday that the league was banning "non-standard and overbuilt facemasks " due to safety concerns. Show More Summary

San Francisco 49ers Safety Eric Reid Dishes on Concussions and Seahawks Rivalry

San Francisco 49ers safety Eric Reid made the Pro Bowl last season as a rookie. How will Reid fare this year with a new partner at safety in veteran Antoine Bethea ? What is Reid's take on the team's rivalry with the Seattle Seahawks?...Show More Summary

San Diego Chargers' Most Under and Overrated Offseason Additions

It's tough to argue with the job Tom Telesco has done in the offseason. With cap space limited, the second-year GM of the San Diego Chargers stretched every dollar in free agency. His most recent pickup of Pro Bowl corner Brandon Flowers...Show More Summary

Former NFL player, assistant Bob Mischak passes away at age 81

Bob Mischak, who played seven NFL seasons, earned Pro Bowl honors as a member of the New York Titans and served as a Raiders assistant in the 1970s and 1980s, passed away on Thursday at age 81, the Raiders said today. Mischak played guard and tight end in his NFL career, making the Pro Bowl in…

Former NFL player, assistant Bob Mischak passes away at age 71

Bob Mischak, who played seven NFL seasons, earned Pro Bowl honors as a member of the New York Titans and served as a Raiders assistant in the 1970s and 1980s, passed away on Thursday at age 71, the Raiders said today. Mischak played guard and tight end in his NFL career, making the Pro Bowl in…

Inside Slant: Patriots without Gronkowski

The top story of the New England Patriots' offseason -- other than Tom Brady's status as an elite quarterback, of course -- has been the recovery and projected return of Pro Bowl tight end Rob Gronkowski from two torn ligaments in his...Show More Summary

Brandon Flowers to Chargers: Latest Contract Details, Analysis and Reaction

The San Diego Chargers made a proactive step to improve what was one of the worst secondaries in the NFL last year, signing 2013 Pro Bowl cornerback Brandon Flowers, per CBSSports.com: Fox Sports 1's Mike Garafolo reported the length...Show More Summary

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