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Bills game against Jets expected to be relocated, according to report

Ralph Wilson Stadium likely won't be hosting the Bills game this Sunday but another location could. The Buffalo Bills home game against the New York Jets is not expected to be played Sunday afternoon, according to Adam Schefter of ESPN. Show More Summary

Peterson Suspension Keeps Vikings Building New Identity, Casts Doubt on Future

The suspension levied by the NFL on running back Adrian Peterson—which will last at least the rest of this season, per Adam Schefter of ESPN—doesn't change the fact that the Minnesota Vikings will likely move on from Peterson this offseason...Show More Summary

Extending Todd Bowles was needed but may not matter for Cards

TEMPE, Ariz. -- Like they did with Patrick Peterson and Carson Palmer before him, the Arizona Cardinals almost had to extend defensive coordinator Todd Bowles. But in the end, it may not matter. ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter reported...Show More Summary

Cardinals keep DC Todd Bowles off head coaching market with extension

The Arizona Cardinals have kept defensive coordinator Todd Bowles in house for another three seasons with a new extension, reported by Adam Schefter of ESPN. Bowles is now reportedly among the top five highest paid assistant coachesShow More Summary

Former Viking Orlando Thomas dies at 42

Orlando Thomas, a defensive back who spent seven seasons with the Vikings, has died at the age of 42. Thomas had been battling ALS, and his agent Mark Bartelstein confirmed to Adam Schefter of ESPN that Thomas died on Sunday night. “Nobody’s ever fought a battle like Orlando fought, with so much dignity — I…

NFLPA demands Peterson reinstatement based on September letter agreement

When the Vikings return to action in seven days against the Bears, Peterson wants to be on the field.  And his teammates want him to be on the field. His union does, too. According to Chris Mortensen and Adam Schefter of ESPN, the NFL Players Association demanded via letter sent to the league on Friday…

Child-Abusin’ Baller Adrian Peterson Negotiating Plea Deal For Misdemeanor Charge

Take the slap on the wrist. Pay the fine. Get back to football. Adrian Peterson’s Plea Deal Could Reduce Child Abuse Charge To Misdemeanor Via ProFootballTalk Earlier today, Adam Schefter of ESPN reported that talks are occurring regarding a

Peterson plea deal would reduce charge to a misdemeanor

Earlier today, Adam Schefter of ESPN reported that talks are occurring regarding a possible plea bargain for Vikings running back Adrian Peterson.  That is true. Per a source with knowledge of the situation, a plea agreement (if reached) would reduce the pending felony child-abuse charges to a misdemeanor. That would trigger less severe sanctions in…

ESPN: Adrian Peterson Plea Deal Could Be In The Works

ESPN’s Adam Schefter is reporting that Minnesota Vikings Adrian Peterson’s plea deal could be a reality. According to Schefter, Adrian Peterson’s plea deal has been a work in progress between Peterson, his legal team and Texas prosecutors,...Show More Summary

Dez Bryant Signs with Jay Z's Roc Nation Agency

Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant has signed with Jay Z’s Roc Nation Agency to help negotiate his next contract. Adam Schefter of ESPN reported the news, and the official Twitter of Roc Nation confirmed the report: Bryant is entering the final year of his rookie contract and will be looking for a long-term deal. Show More Summary

Report: Decision to start Robert Griffin III driven by owner/GM

Not everyone in the Redskins organization was onboard with bringing RG3 back this week, reports ESPN's Adam Schefter.

DeAngelo Hall tears Achilles tendon, again

Washington cornerback DeAngelo Hall has torn his Achilles tendon.  Yes, he did it last month.  He also has now done it again. According to Adam Schefter of ESPN, Hall re-tore the tendon this week.  He’ll need to have a second surgery to repair it. The good news, if there is any, is that the second…

Does Bucs' Mark Barron Trade Show Commitment to Head Coach Lovie Smith?

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers decided to become sellers at the trade deadline by trading Mark Barron to the St. Louis Rams for draft picks, according to ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter. What does it mean for the Buccaneers to be sellers at...Show More Summary

Colt McCoy remains starter, Josh Gordon nearly traded in 2013

The Cleveland Browns debated trading wide receiver Josh Gordon to the San Francisco 49ers for a couple picks at last year's deadline, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter. The third-year player was a bright spot in an otherwise dismal season...Show More Summary

Mark Barron Traded to Rams: Latest Details, Comments and Reaction

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers did not quite go through with a firesale as expected, but they did manage to part with former first-round pick Mark Barron. ESPN's Adam Schefter reported the news surrounding the struggling safety as well asShow More Summary

Rams acquire Mark Barron for a 4th- and a 6th-rounder

Less than three years ago, Mark Barron was the seventh overall pick in the 2012 NFL Draft. Today, he was acquired by the Rams for far less than that. According to Adam Schefter of ESPN, the Rams gave up two picks, a fourth- and a sixth-rounder, to acquire the strong safety. The Rams no longer…

Champ Bailey Retires: Latest Details, Comments and Reaction

Following 15 seasons that produced a potential Hall of Fame resume, cornerback Champ Bailey is retiring from the NFL. According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, Bailey has decided to hang up his cleats even though teams have shown interest in...Show More Summary

Champ Bailey reportedly will retire from NFL after 15-year career

3 weeks agoSports : The Early Lead

Cornerback Champ Bailey is calling it a career. Despite interest from teams, Champ Bailey has decided to retire from NFL to pursue other career opportunities, agent Jack Reale said Tues. — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) October 28, 2014 Bailey, the No. 7 pick of the 1999 NFL draft by the Washington Redskins, was named to 12 […]

Rice grievance leads to cap charge against Ravens

The NFL has placed a $1,411,765 charge against the Baltimore Ravens' salary cap to reflect the pending Ray Rice grievance against the team, league sources told ESPN's Adam Schefter and Field Yates. The charge was levied against the Ravens earlier this month, and then the NFL Players Association updated its documents with the charge late last week. Show More Summary

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