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Tyler Eifert could miss the start of the regular season

Bengals Pro Bowl tight end Tyler Eifert is probably wishing he had never been a Pro Bowler right now. Eifert suffered an ankle injury in the Pro Bowl that was slow to heal and will now require surgery, which he is scheduled to undergo today. According to Adam Schefter of ESPN, Eifert could miss the…

Bubba Smith, NFL's 'Gentle Giant,' Had CTE When He Died

Before he played Moses Hightower in the Police Academy franchise, Charles "Bubba" Smith took some hard hits on the football field as a Pro Bowl player and defensive end for the Baltimore Colts, among other teams. And those hits during his 10 seasons in the league were apparently enough to...

Tyler Eifert out three months due to lingering Pro Bowl injury

Tyler Eifert is a talented tight end and a very important weapon for the Cincinnati Bengals, but he has had some injury issues. There's another one. This time he'll be out three months due to ankle surgery, the Cincinnati Enquirer reported. Show More Summary

Report: Tyler Eifert to have “minimal procedure” on ankle

Generally speaking, not much of lasting impact happens at the Pro Bowl. It looks like the ankle injury suffered by tight end Tyler Eifert is the exception to that rule. Eifert was in a walking boot after the Pro Bowl, but the issue wasn’t thought to be a particularly serious one. Eifert wasn’t practicing with…

Who’s Hot & Who’s Not In NASCAR: Charlotte Edition

It’s no secret NASCAR’s All-Star Race wasn’t exactly an A+ effort last weekend. That said, let’s keep in mind all-star events for the other major U.S. sports have pretty much been duds for the last several years. The NFL’s Pro Bowl changes the rules to significantly decrease the chance for injury. Show More Summary

Moving the Pro Bowl to Orlando probably won’t make it any better

The NFL’s Pro Bowl situation reached crisis stage last season — if such a dire designation can be applied to an event few care about — when the number of players who skipped the exhibition shattered the previous record. The league had to dig deep for players such as Bucs rookie quarterback Jameis Winston (21st […]

NFL player who retired at 30 is now working in Silicon Valley as a tech executive

San Francisco 49ers Pro Bowl linebacker Patrick Willis shocked the NFL world in March 2015 when he announced that, at the age of 30, he was retiring from football. "Honestly, I pay attention to guys when they’re finished playing, walking around like they’ve got no hips and they can’t play with their kids. Show More Summary

No Decision Yet on Relocating Pro Bowl: League Spokesman

The National Football League said on Thursday that multiple cities are interested in hosting the Pro Bowl but that it was too soon to say if the annual exhibition of all-stars will move from its traditional home in Hawaii.

NFL reportedly moving the Pro Bowl from Hawaii to Orlando

There are plenty of criticisms of the Pro Bowl. Rarely does anyone say that Hawaii was a part of the problem. But the Pro Bowl is on the move, reportedly headed to Orlando, Fla. Bloomberg News cited three sources that confirmed the Pro Bowl is heading to Orlando. Show More Summary

Report: Pro Bowl moving to Orlando

Plagued by poor play and poor attendance, the Pro Bowl has been the subject of a great deal of criticism from those who think the game should be scrapped. Instead, the game is being moved, according to a report. The NFL is moving the Pro Bowl to Orlando, according to Bloomberg News, which cites three…

Retired 49ers LB Patrick Willis is now just another Silicon Valley tech geek

The former Pro Bowl linebacker has found a new career. Some NFL players go into broadcasting after retiring. Others decide to pursue a career in coaching. Many figure out a way to keep earning a paycheck by remaining close to the game. Patrick Willis has taken a different route. Show More Summary

Broncos inducting Elam, Lynch and Fletcher into Ring of Fame

The Broncos announced Tuesday that kicker Jason Elam, safety John Lynch and linebacker Simon Fletcher will be inducted into the team’s Ring of Fame. Elam kicked in Denver for 15 years, went to three Pro Bowls and is the franchise’s all-time leading scorer. Flethcher played his entire 11-year career with the Broncos and finished as…

John Kuhn: Latest News, Rumors, Speculation Surrounding Free-Agent FB

Despite a second straight Pro Bowl season, fullback John Kuhn remains out of work. It might not be that way for much longer. Continue for updates. Kuhn, Packers Reportedly Talking Deal Wednesday, May 11 Ryan Wood of USA Today Network-Wisconsin...Show More Summary

Browns Star to Manziel -- We're Here for You ... Call Us! (VIDEO)

The Cleveland Browns still have Johnny Manziel's back -- so says Pro Bowl tight end Gary Barnidge who tells TMZ Sports, "If [Manziel] ever needs anything, he knows he can call any of us." Barnidge was out at a Kentucky Derby party in Louisville…

Delanie Walker gets $8.2 million guaranteed in extension with Titans

The Titans and Pro Bowl tight end Delanie Walker have agreed to a two-year contract extension, per multiple reports. Walker was previously signed through 2016. Both ESPN and NFL Network reported that the extension is worth $14.7 million, $8.2 million guaranteed. A first-time Pro Bowler in 2015, Walker is coming off his best statistical season…

Andrew Luck Ranked No. 92 in NFL Network's Top 100 Players

Following an injury-plagued 2015 season, Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck plummeted to No. 92 in the 2016 edition of NFL Network's Top 100 Players list. According to Scott Horner of the Indianapolis Star, the Pro Bowl signal-caller fell from the No. 7 ranking he achieved in 2015. Read more NFL news on BleacherReport.com

Reggie McKenzie: DeAndre Washington more than just a third-down back

Running back Latavius Murray ran for 1,066 yards last season and went to the Pro Bowl, so it’s fair to say that his first full year as the lead back in Oakland was a successful one. One thing that the Raiders would like to improve is keeping Murray’s production at a high level across the…

Ex-49er Dana Stubblefield sells Morgan Hill, Calif., home at a loss

Former professional football player Dana Stubblefield has sold his home in Morgan Hill, a city in Santa Clara County, for $1.09 million. Stubblefield, who made three Pro Bowl teams as a member of the San Francisco 49ers, was charged Monday by the Santa Clara County district attorney's office with...

49ers pick up Reid’s fifth-year option

The 49ers have picked up the fifth-year option on safety Eric Reid, NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport reported. Reid went to the Pro Bowl as a rookie and has only missed one game in his three seasons with the 49ers. He has seven career interceptions. Picking up Reid’s option and keeping him on the roster for…

Matt Forte Interview

This offseason, two-time Pro Bowl running back Matt Forte signed a three-year $12-million-dollar free agent contract with the New York Jets. Bears fans were, and still are, upset about it. And why wouldn’t they be? After eight yearsShow More Summary

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