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Why are Miami Dolphins holding out on Jarvis Landry’s contract extension?

Miami Dolphins wide receiver Jarvis Landry has led the team in receptions and receiving yards the past two seasons while earning his spot in two Pro Bowls. In spite of his crucial role in Miami’s passing game since he entered the league...Show More Summary

New York Jets add depth to wide receiver corps with Marquess Wilson signing

The New York Jets have some big shoes to fill at wide receiver after they released veterans Brandon Marshall and Eric Decker. It stands to reason that Todd Bowles and Co. will not find any Pro Bowl caliber wideouts left on the market, but they can add depth to the position. Show More Summary

Watch: Dew Tour Long Beach Day 3 Finals

Watch the 2017 Dew Tour Long Beach live webcast. Check out the Am Street Gap Final, Pro Bowl Final, and Pro Street Semi and Final for Day 3 of Dew Tour in Long Beach, California. For a full viewing experience with live scoring, visit dewtour.com/live. Show More Summary

LIVE: Dew Tour Long Beach Day 2

Catch all the action from Dew Tour Long Beach via the live stream right here! We have a lot going on today so if you’re near the area get up here! The Am Bowl Final, TWS Team Challenge and Pro Bowl Qualifiers are all going down today. For a full viewing experience with live scoring, The post LIVE: Dew Tour Long Beach Day 2 appeared first on TransWorld SKATEboarding.

Watch it LIVE: Dew Tour Long Beach Day 2

Watch the 2017 Dew Tour Long Beach live webcast. Check out the Am Bowl Final, Team Challenge and Pro Bowl Qualifier for Day 2 of Dew Tour in Long Beach, CA. For a full viewing experience with live scoring, visit dewtour.com/live. RELATED:...Show More Summary

Pro Bowl 2017: NFL's best players on display in Orlando

The AFC outlasted the NFC in a low-scoring Pro Bowl on Sunday at Camping World Stadium in Orlando.

Dolphins' Cam Wake looking forward to 'tremendous season'

Cameron Wake will report to Miami Dolphins training camp next month with a starting job secured, which will be a change from last year for the five-time Pro Bowl defensive end        

Marshal Yanda guarantees a return in time for opener

Marshal Yanda doesn’t know when he’ll return to the field, but he does know it will be in time for the season opener. The Pro Bowl guard had offseason surgery on his left shoulder, playing through the injury last season. “I’ll be working out hard every day, and I’ll be ready to go,” Yanda said,…

Former NFL punter Rick Tuten dies at 52

Rick Tuten, a punter who went to a Pro Bowl with the Seahawks and won a Super Bowl ring with the Rams, has died at the age of 52. According to the Ocala Star Banner, Tuten died unexpectedly in Costa Rica. There is no information about his cause of death. Tuten grew up in Florida…

Report: Panthers’ Greg Olsen wants a new contract

After three straight 1,000-yard season and three straight Pro Bowl appearances, Carolina Panthers tight end Greg Olsen wants a new contract. According to Joseph Person of the Charlotte Observer, Olsen wants a new contract that will pay him a similar range as the top tight ends in the NFL. Following his first 1,000-yard season with…

Aaron Donald's participation in Rams' minicamp is unclear

No one questions Aaron Donald’s importance to the Rams. Pro Football Focus last week called the three-time Pro Bowl defensive tackle the “single most dominant player in the NFL” heading into the 2017 season. But there is one major question about Donald on the eve of a mandatory minicamp, which...

Dallas Cowboys WR Dez Bryant recruits CB Darrelle Revis via Twitter

Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant used Twitter to recruit Pro Bowl cornerback Darrelle Revis on Saturday. The New York Jets released Revis at the start of free agency this offseason, however, he is still looking for a new team to call home. Show More Summary

Super Bowl-pedigreed Kayvon Webster must show he can handle starting role with the Rams

Most of Kayvon Webster’s NFL snaps came on special teams, not in the secondary. The cornerback sat behind multiple Pro Bowl players while contributing to Denver Broncos teams that played in two Super Bowls. Now, for the first time, Webster is on track to start on defense. The Rams, with a hearty...

Texans assistant coach uses “Hall of Famer” when talking about Jadeveon Clowney

The sky — or Hall of Fame — is the limit for Jadeveon Clowney, his Texans’ position coach maintains. Clowney made his first Pro Bowl last season after switching from outside linebacker to defensive end. That has Texans defensive line coach Anthony Weaver, a former NFL defensive end, excited about Clowney’s future. So much so…

Doug Baldwin uses defensive line drills to improve his releases

Seahawks wide receiver Doug Baldwin played in the Pro Bowl for the first time last year after posting a second consecutive 1,000-yard season for Seattle. Baldwin has become one of the league’s most consistent receivers and has managed to thrive in an offense that has generally skewed more run heavy during his time in Seattle.…

Julius Thomas primed to become “10-touchdown guy” again

Julius Thomas became a “10-touchdown guy” playing with Peyton Manning. But the former Pro Bowl tight end had only nine touchdowns combined in his two seasons in Jacksonville. Dolphins offensive coordinator Clyde Christensen expresses confidence Thomas can become a “10-touchdown guy” again. “If Julius Thomas is healthy and we catch some breaks, he can be…

DeAndre Hopkins not fretting new deal

The Texans will pay DeAndre Hopkins. The only question is when. The Pro Bowl receiver has earned a big pay day after making 317 catches for 4,487 yards and 23 touchdowns in four seasons. He enters the fifth-year option on his contract, paying him $7.9 million this season. “Those talks are between the Texans and…

Daryl Washington wants to help Jerry Jones hoist Lombardi Trophy

Daryl Washington lives four miles from AT&T Stadium, so close he can see the home of the Cowboys from his Arlington neighborhood. The former Pro Bowl linebacker just wants a second chance, with any team, but admits he would love to wear the star on the side of his helmet. “Why not be a Cowboy?”…

Packers expect an even better Jordy Nelson in 2017

For the first time since 2014, Jordy Nelson is participating in the Packers’ OTAs. That was Nelson’s only Pro Bowl season, which is why he – and the Packers – have high hopes for what’s in store for him in 2017. “It’s all about sharpening your skills,” coach Mike McCarthy told Ryan Wood of the…

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