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More physicals in Indy for some top prospects

It seems like the Scouting Combine was forever ago, but some prospects are heading back to Indianapolis for one of the final steps in the pre-draft process. According to Tom Pelissero of USA Today, Oregon State defensive end Scott Crichton is among a group of players going back to Indy for a medical re-check. Players…

The boos might be brrrrrrs when Jared Allen returns to Minnesota

Bears defensive end Jared Allen expects to get booed when he goes back to Minnesota. Of course, the fans there will have to be extra loud to be heard through all the layers of clothing. The Bears close the regular season at Minnesota on Dec. 28, which ought to be fairly chilly considering the Vikings…

Bucs won’t use fifth-year option on Adrian Clayborn

The Buccaneers signed one expensive defensive end this offseason, and they’ve chosen not to have two of them next year. According to Greg Auman of the Tampa Bay Times, the Bucs will not pick up the $6.96 million option for 2015 on defensive end Adrian Clayborn. That puts Clayborn on the market after this year, though…

Bucs' Clayborn waiting to hear on option

TAMPA, Fla. -- With the clock ticking, Tampa Bay defensive end Adrian Clayborn doesn’t know if the Buccaneers will pick up his fifth-year option. "You guys know anything?" Clayborn said when asked by the media if he’d heard anythingShow More Summary

Khalil Mack, Buccaneers reportedly met this week

The Buccaneers signed defensive end Michael Johnson as a free agent last month, a move that filled the pressing need for a pass rusher they had entering the offseason. It may not have taken them out of the market for one of the draft’s top pass rushing prospects, however. Bucs defensive end Steven Means went…

NFL Nation Buzz: Tampa Bay Buccaneers

ESPN.com Buccaneers reporter Pat Yasinskas says Tampa Bay newcomer Michael Johnson made a wise decision to study film of former Bucs defensive end Simeon Rice, one of the franchise’s all-time greats.

B/R NFL Draft 100: Top Defensive Ends

The 2014 draft class is anchored by one of the best defensive end prospects of this era in Jadeveon Clowney. The rest of the class is pretty good too. The defensive end class of 2014 comes in all shapes and sizes. There are potential...Show More Summary

Will bigger, stronger equal better Falcons?

Seeing new defensive end Tyson Jackson toss 120 dumbbells around like trash bags Tuesday was a positive sign for an Atlanta Falcons team desperately in need of some heavy lifting. Yet such strength means nothing if the Falcons fail to use it to their advantage on the field. Show More Summary

Georgia Football: How Mark Richt Can Solve Defensive Issues in 2014

With spring practice over, the Georgia Bulldogs can focus on what they need to do to get better before the 2014 season begins in the end of August. We know the offense will be in pretty good shape despite not having Aaron Murray under center. Show More Summary

Kony Ealy says he is the best defensive end in the draft

South Carolina defensive end Jadeveon Clowney is widely considered the top defensive line prospect in the NFL Draft. Clowney could even be selected with the No. 1 overall pick in the draft. However, another pass rusher from the SEC believes he is the best defensive end in this year’s draft class. According to Tom Pelissero…

Can Healthy, Lighter Jason Pierre-Paul Carry the Giants in 2014?

The 2013 season was a disaster for defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul and the New York Giants. The Giants lost their first six games. Pierre-Paul managed only a pair of sacks in the worst season of his four-year NFL career. Now, as a retooled...Show More Summary

Mark Ingram doesn’t know if Saints will exercise 2015 option

The Saints had two first-round picks in 2011, leaving them with a pair of decisions to make about fifth-year contract options for the 2015 season. They’ve already exercised defensive end Cam Jordan’s option, guaranteeing that he’ll be on the team for at least two more seasons. There’s been no action in regard to running back…

Betty White Responds To Fan Questions

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Betty White fielded questions from fans on social media last night at the close of an interview with Larry King. Near the end of the clip below, Betty reaffirms her defense of the gay community.

Steelers pick up Cameron Heyward’s fifth-year option

The Steelers have exercised their 2015 option on defensive end Cameron Heyward, the club said Tuesday morning. The move comes after the 24-year-old Heyward had a breakout 2013 season for Pittsburgh, setting career-highs in tackles (59) and sacks (five). He also defended seven passes. Most importantly, he established himself as a core member of a…

10 Recruits Who Could Join 5-Star DE Shameik Blackshear at South Carolina

Shameik Blackshear is a 5-star defensive end who committed to South Carolina before his junior season. At 6'5" and 240 pounds, Blackshear is a dynamic speed-rusher off the edge who chases quarterbacks with quickness and athleticism. Blackshear...Show More Summary

Warren Sapp jumps on bandwagon of Jadeveon Clowney criticism

NFL Network analyst Warren Sapp is next up in the long line of people to find faults in the work ethic of South Carolina defensive end Jadeveon Clowney. Clowney has been widely criticized for his alleged laziness and lack of work ethic on the field. While he may be the single greatest freak athlete available…

How Mark Helfrich Can Solve Defensive Issues Before the Start of the Season

If defense does indeed win championships, the tone Oregon head coach Mark Helfrich 's staff sets now will define the Ducks' 2014 title pursuit. Oregon built its strategy of overwhelming opponents on the offensive end in part on the contributions of its defense. Show More Summary

Report: Saints exercise fifth-year option on DE Cameron Jordan

Saints defensive end Cameron Jordan will remain in New Orleans through the 2015 season.

Beck/Bucher Debate MVP, Defensive Player of the Year and Rookie of the Year

At the end of the season, individual awards are given to those who excelled at certain aspects of the game. Who will win the Most Valuable Player award? Who is the Defensive Player of the Year? Who is the Rookie of the Year? Tune in to see Howard Beck and Ric Bucher make their selections for MVP, Defensive Player of the Year and Rookie of the Year. Show More Summary

Johnny Manziel, Jadeveon Clowney visit the Texans

It’s a big day in Houston, as the Texans are hosting two players they’ll consider drafting with the first overall pick. Former Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel and former South Carolina defensive end Jadeveon Clowney are both in Houston for visits today, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Manziel appears to be a long shot…

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