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Drew Brees Reportedly Receives $10.85 Million of Guaranteed Salary

The New Orleans Saints are reportedly bringing back star quarterback Drew Brees for the final year of his contract in 2016. ESPN's Adam Schefter reported Wednesday, citing a source, that $10.85 million of Brees' $20 million salary for...Show More Summary

Report: Eagles haven’t had discussions about Nick Foles return

On Sunday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reported that the Eagles are interested in turning back the clock and bringing Nick Foles back to Philadelphia a year after trading him to the Rams for Sam Bradford. That report also indicated that the Eagles are leaning against using the franchise tag to assure that Bradford, an impending…

Marshawn Lynch Posts Photo of Hanging Cleats, Hints at Retirement

Hours after ESPN's Adam Schefter reported Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch " told people close to him he plans to retire," Beast Mode posted a message on Twitter on Sunday indicating he'll announce his retirement. DuringShow More Summary

Report: Marshawn Lynch told friends he plans to retire

Marshawn Lynch retirement rumors have lingered over the past few years, but it appears they may actually come to fruition this time around. According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the Seattle Seahawks running back “has told people close to...Show More Summary

Two people fired for illegally accessing Jason Pierre-Paul’s medical records

You remember the story. Adam Schefter tweeted the medical charts of New York Football Giants defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul’s amputation of his finger last July setting off a seemingly never-ending ethical debate over HIPAA violations and whether it was correct to tweet out what was supposed to be confidential information. Show More Summary

Marshawn Lynch contemplates retirement, again

Stop me if you’re heard this one before. (Actually, you have. But I’ll keep going anyway.) Marshawn Lynch is telling people close to him that he intends to retire, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter. It’s the third straight offseason involving talk of Lynch retiring. Two years ago, Lynch reportedly had told teammates he may retire…

Report: Marshawn Lynch Tells People He Plans To Retire (Video)

According to reports, Seattle Seahawks RB Marshawn Lynch has shared with people close to him that he plans to retire this offseason. According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, his teammates are actively trying to convince Lynch, 29, to return next season. However, Lynch has already informed the team that he intends to step away from the game.  Hampered […]

Marshawn Lynch Reportedly Telling Friends of Intention to Retire

Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch has reportedly told people close to him he's planning to retire after a nine-year NFL career. Adam Schefter of ESPN reported Lynch's Seahawks teammates are still working on trying to get Lynch to change his mind. Show More Summary

ESPN's Ed Werder performed a train wreck of a dab

Please close this tab immediately. NO. Stop! Do not read this post. Well, now that you're here anyway, here is the absolute worst dab in the history of the universe. The Worst Dab Ever.... — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) February 5, 2016 I mean... Show More Summary

ESPN’s Adam Schefter: Johnny Manziel ‘Devolved into Bad Boy Tim Tebow’

There are many awful analogies made in the world of sports. Among them Dan Hampton saying that the Vikings were going to hit New Orleans “like Katrina,” and Nick Saban likening Bama’s loss to Louisiana-Monroe to 9/11 and Pearl Harbo...

Hospital fires two employees for leaking Jason Pierre-Paul records

Well, this isn’t going to make people want to tell us secrets. Via Jordan Raanan of, the Miami hospital which was treating Pierre-Paul has fired two employees who leaked medical records to ESPN’s Adam Schefter. The two individuals were fired from Jackson Memorial Hospital, which has been investigating the leak since shortly after the…

Freddie Bishop to Jets: Latest Contract Details, Comments, Reaction

The New York Jets have dipped into the Canadian Football League pool, signing defensive end Freddie Bishop on Friday, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter. Bishop, who Schefter reported met with seven teams before ultimately signing with the Jets, received a deal for two years, per Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News. Read more NFL news on

Johnny Manziel's Agent Parts Ways with QB: Latest Comments, Reaction

Erik Burkhardt, who served as the agent for Cleveland Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel, announced Friday he's ending his professional relationship with the 23-year-old amid Manziel's continued off-field issues. Adam Schefter of first reported the news. Show More Summary

Johnny Manziel -- Agent Fires QB ... I Can't Help You Anymore

Johnny Manziel's agent has just officially cut ties with the embattled QB -- with Erik Burkhardt telling Adam Schefter he feels the relationship has reached the point of no return.  "It is with deep regret that, after several emotional and very…

Peyton Manning Rumors: Rams Reportedly Have Discussed Adding QB Next Season

The Los Angeles Rams may make a big offseason splash at the quarterback position by landing legendary signal-caller Peyton Manning.'s Adam Schefter reported Wednesday the Rams have discussed the possibility of bringing Manning...Show More Summary

Report: The Rams Are Considering Going After Peyton Manning

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Here’s a report from ESPN’s Adam Schefter that will make you arch your eyebrows and say, “What? Haha. Wait, what?” Read more...

If Calvin Johnson Is Retiring, This Is His Final Career NFL Touchdown

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ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported today that Calvin Johnson told the Lions he is retiring. If ‘Megatron’ keeps his word, that leaves his career numbers as follows: 83 touchdowns on 731 receptions for 11,619 yards. Here’s the last touchdown he scored, on the final game of the 2015 season against the Bears. It was appropriately Megatronic. Read more...

ESPN Reports Calvin Johnson Told Lions He Is Retiring

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ESPN’s Adam Schefter is reporting that Lions star receiver Calvin Johnson informed coach Jim Caldwell that he is retiring from the NFL. Schefter, citing sources, says Johnson told friends and family before the season that this would be his final one in the NFL—and told Caldwell the day after the regular season ended. Read more...

Calvin Johnson Reportedly Told Jim Caldwell He Plans to Retire

Calvin Johnson hasn't made an official announcement yet, but ESPN's Adam Schefter reported the Detroit Lions wide receiver spoke to his family as well as Lions head coach Jim Caldwell about his intention to retire this offseason. IfShow More Summary

Calvin Johnson reportedly told Lions coaches and teammates he plans to retire

Johnson's potential retirement at age 30 is reminiscent of the surprising departure of Barry Sanders in 1999. Lions WR Calvin Johnson told coach Jim Caldwell that 2015 was his last season, ESPN's Adam Schefter reported on Sunday. ItShow More Summary

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