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Chicago Bears: Full Position Breakdown and Depth Chart Analysis at Tight End

In 2014, Martellus Bennett became the first Chicago Bears tight end to be named to the Pro Bowl since Mike Ditka back in 1965. For many years in Chicago, the tight end position was viewed primarily as an extra offensive lineman, but that all changed when Bennett joined the organization in 2013. Show More Summary

Setting Realistic Expectations for Top Atlanta Falcons Rookies

For the Atlanta Falcons to take the next step in 2015, the rookie class will have to make an immediate impact. However, expecting seven Pro Bowl players right away or any at all is a bit much for any rookie class. Atlanta should have...Show More Summary

Jets’ Sheldon Richardson suspended four games for violating NFL’s substance-abuse policy

New York Jets defensive tackle Sheldon Richardson, who made the Pro Bowl last season after notching eight sacks, was suspended Friday for the first four games of the regular season after violating the NFL’s substance-abuse policy. “I apologize for letting down my family, teammates, this organization and the fans,” Richardson said in a statement. “However, […]

Can Tim Jennings Return to Pro Bowl Form in the Chicago Bears' New Defense?

Chicago Bears cornerback Tim Jennings flourished playing under former head coach Lovie Smith, but the veteran defensive back took a step back last season playing in defensive coordinator Mel Tucker's scheme. Jennings was a Pro Bowler...Show More Summary

DeSean Jackson blasts Eagles for running 'smear campaign' against him

Jackson was released by the Eagles shortly after a report was published that linked him to gangs in Los Angeles. The Philadelphia Eagles released DeSean Jackson more than a year ago, but the three-time Pro Bowl wide receiver still isn't...Show More Summary

Meet The 2015 AllPro3 Hostess – Melanie Snare

Melanie Snare was an Atlanta Falcons Cheerleader and represented her squad at the 2006 Pro Bowl. Since retiring from cheerleading, she has gone on to act, model, host and produce, include appearances on ESPN and HLN. Learn more about Melanie at her website. [] [...]

Evan Mathis Taking His Sweet Time

Two time Pro Bowl guard Evan Mathis has yet to decide which team he will sign with. Not for lack of interest of course, as the guard seems to be coveted by at least a third of the entire league. His agent, Drew Rosenhaus (of course its him, it just had to be, of course), […]

More Legal Trouble For Former Football Player Warren Sapp — See What He's Accused Of Doing HERE!

It's been a tough year for Warren Sapp. The NFL Hall of Famer and former Pro Bowl player was arrested back in February — on Super Bowl Weekend, no less — for soliciting prostitution, as well as assaulting the prostitutes, in Phoenix. [ Related: Warren Sapp's Been In Trouble All Year Long! ] That case is making its [...]

Dolphins among the teams interested in Evan Mathis, but at what price?

Plenty of teams are supposedly interested in Pro Bowl guard Evan Mathis. But none has made an aggressive effort to sign the free agent yet. Barry Jack.son of the Miami Herald reports that the Dolphins are interested in Mathis, but that they have no yet made an offer. On Friday, agent Drew Rosenhaus declined to…

John David Crow, 1957 Heisman Trophy winner, dies at 79

John David Crow, a bruising running back who won the 1957 Heisman Trophy with Texas A&M before an 11-year Pro Bowl career in the NFL, died June 17. He was 79.The university announced his death. The cause was not disclosed.Read full article >>

John David Crow dies at 79

Former Heisman Trophy winner and four-time NFL Pro Bowl running back John David Crow has died at the age of 79. Texas A&M, Crow’s alma mater, announced that Crow died on Wednesday night. No cause of death has been reported. Crow won the Heisman in 1957 while playing for Bear Bryant, who said before the…

Jim O’Neil: Browns can have best secondary in the NFL

The Browns secondary had a pair of players picked for the Pro Bowl in safety Tashaun Gipson and cornerback Joe Haden and safety Donte Whitner was added to the game as a replacement for players who didn’t play in the game. That group included Gipson, but that doesn’t change the fact that the team has…

Bears continuing the Kyle Long experiment at left tackle, too

As long as the Bears are thinking about moving Pro Bowl guard Kyle Long to tackle, they might as well look at both sides. According to Patrick Finley of the Chicago Sun-Times, Long worked at left tackle in practice Wednesday, while Jermon Bushrod was out with an injury. He was previously working at right tackle,…

John Fox on shifting offensive lineman: 'They need to practice it'

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John Fox talked about the value of ensuring the Chicago Bears offensive linemen were versatile and ready to fill in at different positions last week when Pro Bowl right guard Kyle Long was shifted outside to right tackle.

Eagles coach Chip Kelly: Evan Mathis asked for release

In his first public comments since the release of Evan Mathis, Philadelphia Eagles coach Chip Kelly said the Pro Bowl guard and his representation asked for a release on multiple occasions. “We were asked by his agent for a release on multiple occasions,” Kelly said per the Philadelphia Inquirer. Show More Summary

Mathis disputes claim that he repeatedly asked to be released

As Pro Bowl guard Evan Mathis searches for a new team, it can be tricky to publicly debate your most recent head coach. On one key point, however, Mathis is. In response to the claim of Eagles coach Chip Kelly that Mathis asked to be released several times, Mathis tells Geoff Mosher of CSNPhilly that…

Eagles release Pro Bowl guard Evan Mathis

The Evan Mathis saga in Philadelphia has come to an end. According to multiple outlets (and Mathis himself), the Eagles released the veteran offensive guard Thursday afternoon. Thanks for the memories Philly. — Evan Mathis (@EvanMathis69)...Show More Summary

Why Trent Murphy Is Washington Redskins' Best Bet at Outside Linebacker

Notching a mere 2.5 sacks as a rookie is hardly the best audition to take over from a Pro Bowl outside linebacker. But Trent Murphy is still the Washington Redskins' best bet to replace Brian Orakpo at one edge of the team's 3-4 defense. Even the arrival of Preston Smith, like Murphy a second-round pick, in this year's draft, doesn't change that. Show More Summary

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