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Charles Woodson replacing Keyshawn Johnson on ESPN’s Sunday NFL Countdown

22 hours agoSports : The Early Lead

Charles Woodson, who just wrapped up an 18-year career that featured 254 games and nine Pro Bowls, will be replacing Keyshawn Johnson on ESPN’s Sunday NFL Countdown, according to The Big Lead’s Jason McIntyre. ESPN decided not to retain Johnson after his contract expired. The Worldwide Leader is banking that Woodson’s successful pedigree and charm will […]

Joe Thomas calls Johnny Manziel's end with Browns 'sad'

yesterdayNews : NY Daily News

The team's Pro Bowl tackle wanted things to work out for Manziel in Cleveland, but the quarterback only produced bad press.

Richard Sherman Q&A: CB Talks Success, Failure and Life Away from the Field

KAHUKU, Hawaii – After back-to-back years in the Super Bowl, Richard Sherman returned to Hawaii for the Pro Bowl and discussed how he hopes to get back to the bigger game. With the Seahawks facing an uncertain future with several big-time...Show More Summary

Matt Forte Announces Bears Will Not Re-Sign Him on Instagram

After eight successful seasons with the “Monsters of the Midway,” it appears as though the relationship between Matt Forte and the Chicago Bears is about to come to an end. The two-time Pro Bowl running back made the announcement on his Instagram account earlier today, saying he was informed by the team’s front office that […]

Matt Forte posts sad Instagram saying his time with the Bears is over

Matt Forte’s tenure with the Chicago Bears appears to be over. The two-time Pro Bowl running back sent out an Instagram photo on Friday saying the team informed him earlier this week that it won’t attempt to re-sign him in free agency. Despite my wishes, my days as a member of the Chicago Bears have […]

Houston bidding to land Pro Bowl week before Super Bowl

For many Pro Bowlers, the promise of a week-long vacation in Hawaii is the only incentive to playing in a meaningless game. And next year, they might not even have that. According to Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle, Houston is bidding to add the 2017 Pro Bowl in addition to next year’s Super Bowl hosting duties.…

Seahawks' Michael Bennett calls Cam Newton a 'sore loser' during award speech

The Seahawks' Michael Bennett isn't afraid to do some playful trash talk at the expense of his peers, as he showed during Pro Bowl practice last month. And he's especially not afraid to do it at award shows, as he did on Wednesday. During...Show More Summary

Michael Griffin Cut by Titans: Latest Comments and Reaction

The Tennessee Titans announced Tuesday they released veteran safety Michael Griffin. Griffin has spent the last nine years with the Titans, making two Pro Bowls—2008 and 2010. He played in 15 games this past year, making 101 combined tackles and intercepting one pass. Read more NFL news on BleacherReport.com

Report: Saints cut Jahri Evans

The Saints will release six-time Pro Bowl guard Jahri Evans, ESPN’s Field Yates reported Monday. Evans was due $3 million if he was still on the roster on Wednesday. He was set to make $4.9 million in 2016. Evans, 32, has been with the Saints since 2006 and started all 153 games he played. He…

Super Bowl Odds 2016: Final Predictions for Panthers vs. Broncos Winner, Score

NFL fans have braved through two weeks without meaningful football (sorry, Pro Bowl—you don't count). With 14 grueling days down, Super Bowl 50 is finally close to kickoff. There are only so many things to say or write about the Carolina Panthers and Denver Broncos. Show More Summary

Eric Berry named comeback player of the year

After a journey that took him from chemotherapy to the Pro Bowl, Chiefs safety Eric Berry has been named the NFL’s comeback player of the year. Berry, who was diagnosed with cancer in 2014 but made the Pro Bowl in 2015, received the comeback player award at tonight’s NFL Honors event in San Francisco. The…

Eric Berry's return from cancer earns him Comeback Player of the Year honors

Berry was diagnosed with cancer in December 2014 and returned to play in all 16 games during a Pro Bowl year in 2015. Kansas City Chiefs safety Eric Berry missed the end of the 2014 season after he was diagnosed with Hodgkin's lymphoma in December, but he managed to beat the cancer in time to return for a Pro Bowl season in 2015. Show More Summary

Saturday one-liners

Patriots CB Malcom Butler said Friday that he missed the Pro Bowl due to a sprained knee. Dolphins offensive coordinator Clyde Christenson, who worked with Peyton Manning in Indianapolis, isn’t buying the idea that Sunday will be the Sheriff’s last rodeo. Bills coach Rex Ryan said he’s open to drafting a quarterback, but that he’s…

Super Bowl 50: 10 Surprising Things to Watch for on Sunday

It's here...it's finally here! After suffering through a week without football (the Pro Bowl doesn't count), the NFL returns for its best and brightest show on Sunday. Super Bowl 50 features the young, upstart Carolina Panthers against...Show More Summary

2016 Super Bowl: Roger Staubach and Vincent Jackson discuss on-field dancing

The legendary quarterback of yesteryear teamed up with the current 3x Pro Bowl wide receiver as they attack some trivia and show some love for the Salute to Service Award. Watch on YouTube | Subscribe to SB Nation on YouTube

Goodell “disappointed” in last week’s Pro Bowl, hints at changes

The quality of the play in the Pro Bowl has been an issue for the NFL at various points in recent years and it has come up again this week after a lackluster showing in Hawaii last Sunday. At his annual press conference from the Super Bowl, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell was asked about his…

Super Bowl 50 Tickets Reach Lowest Price Point Yet, Cheapest Now Under $3,000

It’s been two long weeks of dissecting and discussing, but the final mile marker on the road to Super Bowl 50 is here. From the many missing faces in last weekend’s Pro Bowl to the head-scratching experience that was Media Day, fans across the globe are salivating at the thought [...]

Joey Bosa Can Be Solid NFL Player, but Not Perennial Pro Bowl Talent

For three years, Joey Bosa has been a college football star. The question now is how he will transition to the next level. As a true freshman defensive end for the Ohio State Buckeyes, the pass-rusher was named an honorable mention All-Big Ten player, as well as a Freshman All-American. Show More Summary

Malcolm Jenkins Comments on Pro Bowl Experience, Pushes for Skills Competition

The NFL Pro Bowl has long been a game known for poor defense and an all-star competition that doesn't include the game's best. Philadelphia Eagles defensive back Malcolm Jenkins, who played in his first Pro Bowl this year, took issue...Show More Summary

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