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Was low hit on Chris Gragg “dirty”? Rex Ryan says, “I don’t know”

The Bills have lost tight end Chris Gragg for the year with a torn ACL. Washington defensive back DeAngelo Hall has explained that he went low because of the rules limiting hits to the head. “The good thing is you’re not targeting the shots to the head and all that,” Bills coach Rex Ryan told…

Carlos Dunlap has very big goals for 2016

Last year, Bengals defensive end Carlos Dunlap had a career-high 13.5 sacks. This year, he’s hoping to match that number — and to add another 9.5 to it. “I want the NFL sack title,” Dunlap tells Michele Tafoya of NBC’s Sunday Night Football in advance of Sunday night’s nationally-televised preseason game between the Bengals and…

Cameron Heyward fully expects to play Week 1 for Pittsburgh Steelers

The Pittsburgh Steelers received a scare on Friday after their star defensive end Cameron Heyward suffered a high ankle sprain. With the regular season opener 16 days away, there’s optimism from Heyward that he’ll be suiting up for the opener against the Washington Redskins. Show More Summary

Miami dismisses two starters for breaking NCAA rules

Miami permanently dismissed defensive end Al-Quadin Muhammad and linebacker Jermaine Grace.        

Bears’ Tracy Porter leaves game with apparent head injury

Bears cornerback Tracy Porter exited today’s game against the Chiefs with what appeared to be a head injury. Porter, the Bears’ most experienced defensive back, was attempting to tackle Chiefs tight end Demetrius Harris when he was accidentally kneed in the back of the head by Bears safety Harold Jones-Quartey. Porter stayed on the ground…

Cam Heyward Injury: Updates on Steelers Star's Ankle and Return

Pittsburgh Steelers defensive end Cameron Heyward was carted off against the New Orleans Saints on Friday due to a high ankle sprain, but he does not expect to miss time during the regular season. Continue for updates. Heyward Comments on Injury Saturday, Aug. Show More Summary

Cameron Heyward to have MRI, expected to be ‘OK’ after suffering ankle Injury

Pittsburgh Steelers defensive end Cameron Heyward gave many a scare on Friday after leaving the game with an ankle injury. DE Cam Heyward has been ruled OUT of tonight’s game with a right ankle injury. — Pittsburgh Steelers (@steelers)...Show More Summary

UCLA's Nate Iese will try to help neutralize Texas A&M's Myles Garrett

UCLA offensive tackle Conor McDermott versus Texas A&M defensive end Myles Garrett could be the most intriguing individual matchup of the Bruins’ Sept. 3 season opener. It probably won’t be entirely a one-on-one battle. Tight end Nate Iese will try to help McDermott keep Garrett out of the Bruins’...

Falcons announce five roster cuts

The Falcons announced five roster cuts Friday as they began the process of trimming their roster to 75 players by next week’s deadline. Waived by the team were wide receiver David Glidden, defensive end Efe Obada, fullback Will Ratelle, cornerback Jordan Sefon and guard Jordan Walsh. All but Obada were undrafted rookies signed by the…

Scene Stealers: From the N.F.L. to Hollywood, Trevor Pryce’s Plan B

Trevor Pryce played pro football for 14 seasons and then retired. Now the 6-foot-5, 250-pound former defensive end is reinventing himself as a movie mogul.

Jason Pierre-Paul is officially suing ESPN and Adam Schefter after fireworks incident

On Thursday, a Florida judge cleared the way for Giants defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul to sue ESPN and Adam Schefter for violating his privacy by obtaining and sharing his medial records following his fireworks accident last fall. In...Show More Summary

Tony Romo leaves game after just three plays with apparent back injury

Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo left Thursday night’s preseason game against the Seattle Seahawks after just three plays after being sacked from behind by defensive end Cliff Avril. Romo stepped forward in the pocket and escaped pressure to his left while Avril closed from Romo’s backside. Romo began to slide as Avril chased him down…

Mike McCoy walks the fine line between employee and coach

The Chargers and defensive end Joey Bosa remain at an impasse. And coach Mike McCoy is caught between a proverbial rock and a hard place. McCoy met with the media on Thursday, a day after folks higher on the organizational chart than McCoy poured gasoline and threw a match onto the bridge over which they…

ESPN's Motion to Dismiss Jason Pierre-Paul Lawsuit Denied

On Thursday, a judge denied a motion filed by ESPN and reporter Adam Schefter to dismiss an invasion-of-privacy lawsuit brought against them by New York Giants defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul. According to Sports Illustrated's Michael McCann, U.S. Show More Summary

Tomlinson puts more pressure on Bosa

When last we heard from former Chargers running back LaDainian Tomlinson, he was calling out defensive end Joey Bosa for holding out while ignoring that Tomlinson himself once held out. Tomlinson is now doing it again. “Any football player who wants to be great, it doesn’t matter about the money,” Tomlinson told the Mark and…

Patriots reinstate Alan Branch, ending his suspension

New England defensive tackle Alan Branch is welcome back with the team. The Patriots suspended Branch a week ago, but Field Yates of ESPN reports that the Patriots have reinstated him. It remains unclear why Branch was suspended. The Patriots never announced the suspension and it only came to light because Branch told teammates he…

Seahawks' Doug Baldwin admits to agitating teammates after fight with Richard Sherman

The Seattle Seahawks have been interesting under head coach Pete Carroll. Carroll is known for letting guys be who they are, and some of his players, well, they’ve taken advantage of that approach. Defensive end Michael Bennett has gotten into a couple of scraps in training camp, and earlier this week, it was Doug Baldwin and Richard Sherman’s turn. Show More Summary

Jason Pierre-Paul's Lawsuit Against ESPN Moves One Step Closer To Trial

3 days agoSports : Deadspin

A Florida judge today denied ESPN’s request to dismiss an invasion of privacy lawsuit that was brought against them by Giants defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul last February. Today’s ruling brings the suit that much closer to trial, and according to Pro Football Talk, the trial is scheduled to begin next August. Read more...

Report: J.J. Watt expects to practice next week

Texans defensive end J.J. Watt sent out a tweet featuring a picture of himself on the field captioned “Soon” on Wednesday, a few days after coach Bill O’Brien said that he thought Watt would be back “sooner than later” from the back surgery that has kept him out of action this summer. O’Brien’s answer was…

Judge rules Jason Pierre-Paul can sue ESPN for invading privacy

3 days agoNews : NY Daily News

Giants defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul scored a big win Thursday in his invasion-of-privacy lawsuit against ESPN.

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