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Business trip: Jameis Winston meeting with Bucs owners

We’re roughly two months from the 2015 NFL Draft, but a big piece of the puzzle could fall into place this week. According to Adam Schefter of ESPN, Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston is in Tampa Bay today as part of a meeting with Buccaneers officials. He’ll spend plenty of time with ownership while there, in an…

Can Patriots Keep Revis and McCourty After Using Franchise Tag on Gostkowski?

The New England Patriots have franchise-tagged kicker Stephen Gostkowski, according to ESPN Insider Adam Schefter. What does this mean for Devin McCourty and Darrelle Revis? Should Patriots fans be worried about whether they'll re-sign? Watch...Show More Summary

Dolphins place transition tag on TE Charles Clay, per report

Another team can try to sign Charles Clay, but the Dolphins now have the right to match any offer sheet signed this offseason. The Miami Dolphins have placed their transition tag on tight end Charles Clay, according to Adam Schefter of ESPN. Show More Summary

Report: Patriots use franchise tag on Stephen Gostkowski

Safety Devin McCourty may be hitting the open market. Adam Schefter of ESPN reports that the Patriots have placed their franchise tag on kicker Stephen Gostkowski, which means they’ll either have to sign McCourty to a new contract by the start of the new league year on March 10 or risk losing him to another…

Patriots use franchise tag on Stephen Gostkowski, per report

The Patriots won't be using their franchise tag on safety Devin McCourty. The New England Patriots have placed their franchise tag on kicker Stephen Gostkowski, according to Adam Schefter of ESPN. Gostkowski has been with the Patriots...Show More Summary

Adam Schefter's take on Darrelle Revis

ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter was a guest on ESPN Radio’s “The Herd” program on Monday morning, and the topic of cornerback Darrelle Revis was brought up. Schefter pointed out that Revis is technically under contract for 2015 with a...Show More Summary

Report: Chiefs give Justin Houston the franchise tag

The NFL’s reigning sack leader has received the franchise tag. ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports the Chiefs have designated outside linebacker Justin Houston their franchise free agent. The 26-year-old Houston has recorded 48.5 sacks in his first four NFL seasons. If Houston has received the non-exclusive tag, he will be tendered a one-year salary offer of…

Chiefs apply franchise tag to Justin Houston, per report

Kansas City kept the league's sackmaster in town by applying the franchise tag. The Kansas City Chiefs have applied the franchise tag to outside linebacker Justin Houston, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter. Houston put together a season for the ages in 2014, recording a franchise-record 22 sacks. Show More Summary

Darnell Dockett leads long list of NFL veterans cut

It might come as a surprise, but the Arizona Cardinals released defensive tackle Darnell Dockett, per ESPN's Adam Schefter. Cardinals announced they released Darnell Dockett. — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) February 27, 2015 Dockett tore his ACL prior to last season and missed the entire 2014 campaign. Show More Summary

Michael Sam reportedly accepted into NFL veterans’ combine in March

Michael Sam will get another shot to impress NFL scouts next month, ESPN’s Adam Schefter is reporting: Free-agent DE Michael Sam has been accepted into NFL Veteran Combine on March 22 in Tempe, AZ, per source. — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) February 27, 2015 The first-ever veterans’ combine is limited to 100 players and is open […]

Michael Sam Reportedly Accepted to 2015 NFL Veteran Combine

Michael Sam continues to chase his NFL dream, and the next step toward realizing it was taken Friday as he was approved to take part in the upcoming NFL Veteran Combine. According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, the former St. Louis Rams seventh-round...Show More Summary

Michael Sam invited to NFL Veteran Combine

Sam is trying to revive his career and has an opportunity to garner attention in March. Michael Sam is going to get another look from NFL scouts and executives March 22 in the NFL Veteran Combine, according to Adam Schefter of ESPN. The report was confirmed by Cyd Zeigler at Outsports. Sam, who was drafted by the St. Show More Summary

Michael Sam invited to the first veteran combine

Not only will Michael Sam be needing his dancing shoes next month, but he’ll also need his overnight bag. According to Adam Schefter of ESPN, Sam has been invited to the league’s inaugural veteran combine on March 22. That’s within six days of the start of filming for Dancing With The Stars, in which he’s participating this…

Adrian Peterson Will Be Reinstated, After Suspension Overturned By Judge

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Adrian Peterson will be reinstated per Adam Schefter. The NFLPA filed suit on his behalf, after his suspension was upheld by a league (...)

John Idzik Expected to Be Hired as Jaguars Consultant: Latest Details, Reaction

The Jacksonville Jaguars will reportedly hire John Idzik in a consulting role. ESPN's Adam Schefter reported the news on Wednesday: Ryan O'Halloran of the Florida Times-Union reported that Idzik's main responsibilities with the Jaguars...Show More Summary

Reggie Bush Released by Lions: Latest Details, Comments and Reaction

The Detroit Lions released veteran running back Reggie Bush on Wednesday, bringing an abrupt end to the dynamic playmaker's two-year stint with the team. The Lions confirmed Bush's release after ESPN's Adam Schefter initially reported...Show More Summary

ESPN’s Adam Schefter says he’s been working on a Dez Bryant video story since September

The Dallas Cowboys have a somewhat big decision to make about wide receiver Dez Bryant, who has 3,935 receiving yards and 41 touchdown catches over the past three seasons. The team can either slap its franchise-player tag on him for next season and 2016, probably paying Bryant around $28.6 million in guaranteed money if they […]

Schefter: Giants plan to franchise Jason Pierre-Paul

Our man Adam Schefter reports this Monday morning that the New York Giants will use their franchise player designation on defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul if the sides can't agree on a long-term deal before next Monday's franchise deadline. Show More Summary

Report: Rolando McClain in line for four-game fine

Cowboys middle linebacker Rolando McClain jump-started his career in 2014. However, he reportedly has drawn a four-game fine entering 2015. According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter and Todd Archer, McClain is set to be docked four game checks for violating the NFL’s substance-abuse policy. The punishment is just a fine and not a suspension, according to…

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