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Clemson transfer Scott Pagano heard from 37 schools. He now has 7 favorites

Talk about a hot commodity. At the end of last week, Clemson defensive tackle Scott Pagano announced that he would be transferring after three seasons with the Tigers. Pagano, who is a graduate transfer eligible to play immediately, reportedly has talked with 37 teams since his transfer was announced. Show More Summary

Jared Odrick hits free agency after release from Jaguars

The move saves Jacksonville $8.5 million. The Jacksonville Jaguars have released defensive end Jared Odrick two years into his five-year, $42.5 million contract, according to Odrick’s agent, David Canter. Odrick signed with Jacksonville as a free agent prior to the 2015 season. Show More Summary

Pence Reaffirms Commitment To NATO, But Says Europe Must Commit More

5 hours agoNews : The Two-Way

Vice President Mike Pence told allies at NATO headquarters in Brussels that President Trump expected to see "real progress" by NATO members in raising their defense spending by the end of 2017.

Xavier Thomas sees opportunity to be part of a special Clemson recruiting class

Could the South Carolina native end up close to home? ORLANDO, Fla. — Five-star defensive end Xavier Thomas the nation’s No. 1 prospect at his position for the class of 2018 per the 247Sports Composite, has a big decision ahead of him. Show More Summary

Dolphins sign Cameron Wake to 2-year contract extension

The Miami Dolphins have signed defensive end Cameron Wake to a two-year contract extension        

Dolphins sign Cameron Wake through 2018

The Dolphins are strengthening their commitment to defensive end Cameron Wake. Wake has signed a new contract that keeps him with the team through 2018, the Dolphins announced today. This is the second time in the last 10 months that Wake has signed a two-year extension; he also signed one in May. This time Wake…

Chris Long ripped into people criticizing him for not going to the White House

The Patriots defensive end has been getting heat from the Twitter masses, so he fired back. Patriots defensive end Chris Long is one of the six New England players who’ve said they’ll skip a visit to the White House if President Donald Trump decides to invite the Super Bowl champions to Washington. Show More Summary

Chris Long Responds To Dummies Criticizing Him For Not Visiting The White House

3 days agoSports : Deadspin

Patriots defensive end Chris Long is one of the handful of players who have publicly stated that they will not be going on the Super Bowl champions’ customary trip to the White House. Long has predictably been catching shit from fans and various internet morons over his decision, and last night he decided to respond… Read more...

Patriots DE Chris Long responds to criticism of his decision to skip White House

Patriots defensive end does a series of tweets responding to critics.        

Dolphins clear out some high-priced vets, cut Mario Williams and could dump Branden Albert

Free agency doesn’t start for a few weeks, but the Miami Dolphins wanted to clean a little house on Thursday. The Dolphins cut defensive end Mario Williams and were trying to trade left tackle Branden Albert, each big-name free-agency disappointments in their own way, according to the Miami Herald’s Armando Salguero. Show More Summary

Miami Dolphins clear $19.7 million in cap space following eventful Thursday afternoon

The Miami Dolphins had a busy Thursday afternoon and at the end of the day they freed up $19.7 million in salary cap space. Left tackle Branden Albert, defensive end Mario Williams, and defensive tackle Earl Mitchell have been released by Adam Gase and Co. Show More Summary

Mario Williams released after 1 disappointing season with Dolphins

Cutting Williams will save Miami more than $6 million in 2017. The Miami Dolphins will cut defensive end Mario Williams as part of a salary cap clearing Thursday that also included the release of Branden Albert and others, according to the Miami Herald. Show More Summary

Dolphins clear out some high-priced vets, cut Branden Albert and Mario Williams

Free agency doesn’t start for a few weeks, but the Miami Dolphins wanted to clean a little house on Thursday. The Dolphins cut left tackle Branden Albert and defensive end Mario Williams, each big-name free-agency disappointments in their own way, according to the Miami Herald’s Armando Salguero. Show More Summary

Florida's SEC title hopes take a hit after losing its top big man for the season

The Gators' defense now needs a tweak after a knee injury end season for center John Egbunu.

Five ways Jacksonville Jaguars can address their need at defensive end

1 of 6 | NEXT » The Jacksonville Jaguars got minimal production out of their defensive ends in 2016. That came as a bit of a shock because they had some serious talent on the edge. Dante Fowler finally made it onto the field for the Jaguars last season, but managed an underwhelming four sacks as a rookie. Show More Summary

Casemiro puts Real Madrid up 3-1 and kills Napoli’s dreams with an incredible volley

Defensive midfielders aren’t supposed to do this Carlos Henrique José Francisco Venâncio Casimiro had no right to end Napoli’s dreams like this. He had no right to hit this ball so well. Napoli has started the game well and were even first to score before a Karim Benzema header tied up the match. Show More Summary

Arden Key, LSU's best defender, taking time away from football for personal reasons

He was a second-team all-conference player this past season. LSU outside linebacker and defensive end Arden Key is taking a break from football, the program announced Wednesday. LSU cited personal matters as the reason. “In consultation...Show More Summary

Europe Is the West’s Last Defense Against Populism

A sizable bloc of voters across Western democracies sense that they are on the losing end of globalization – and want to defect from it.

Pentagon chief issues sharp ultimatum to NATO

U.S. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis tells allies they must start increasing defense spending by year's end

Cliff Avril announces he had surgery

Add Seahawks defensive end Cliff Avril to the list of players who have had surgery since the end of the regular season. Avril shared a picture of a hospital identification wristband on Tuesday along with a caption announcing that his surgery was a success. Avril did not elaborate on the reason for his surgery, but…

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