• After record-setting deal, Luck faces immense pressure to erase 2015

    The Score "The Indianapolis Colts signed quarterback Andrew Luck to the richest contract in NFL history on Wednesday, and they made the right decision. Luck is as bankable a young franchise quarterback as you're going to find in football, taking his team to the AFC Championship in an MVP-caliber season in..." June 30

  • Kirk Cousins, Redskins unlikely to agree to long-term deal?

    Sportsnaut "The Washington Redskins and Kirk Cousins have 17 days to reach a long-term contract agreement. In an interview on ESPN 980, Adam Schefter expressed doubt that the two sides will come to an agreement, saying that negotiations are “too tricky.” Schefter thinks Cousins is more likely to bet on..." June 30

  • Andrew Luck signs contract extension with Colts through 2021

    Fox 59 "The Indianapolis Colts have locked up quarterback Andrew Luck through the 2021 season, according to owner Jim Irsay. Details of the extension aren’t immediately available, but speculation has had Luck’s extension making him the highest-paid player in NFL history. A new deal could be worth as..." June 29

  • Report: Manning advised not to participate in HGH investigation

    Sportsnaut "The NFL is investigating claims made by Al Jazeera last year in which Peyton Manning and other NFL players were allegedly supplied HGH. The NFLPA is reportedly advising Manning not to participate in the investigation until the league supplies credible evidence, which has yet to happen. Per..." June 29

  • Troy Vincent: NFL is trying to help Manziel: ‘Forget football’

    Larry Brown Sports "Johnny Manziel may never play football again, but NFL executive vice president of football operations Troy Vincent says the league is still more than willing to help the former Cleveland Browns quarterback. During a recent interview with “The Rob Maaddi Show” on 610 Sports in Philadelphia,..." June 29

  • Wilfork flaunts his body, tells Brady to have wife Gisele call him

    The Score "Now that he's had a taste of the modeling world, Houston Texans defensive tackle Vince Wilfork is ready to take it on full force." June 29

  • Johnny Manziel Those Ain't My Drugs ... I'm Going Sober

    TMZ "Someone's doing drugs in the Mexico house where Johnny Manziel is staying ... but the QB swears it's not his stuff and further says he's going stone-cold sober ... in a few days. Check out this picture posted by a woman staying in the house ... holding several bags of what appear to be drugs...." June 29

  • Veteran DL Cory Redding announces retirement

    NFL.com "Cory Redding is calling it quits. The veteran defensive lineman on Wednesday announced his intentions to retire over Twitter. The 35-year-old Redding enjoyed a long and productive career, logging 13 seasons with the Lions, Seahawks, Ravens, Colts and Cardinals. Piling up 35.5 career sacks,..." June 29

  • Miami Hotel Says Ravens’ Terrance West At Fault For Being Robbed Twice In One Day

    Total Pro Sports "This is how it went down according to Terrance West: “West says on Feb. 27th, 2 women approached the NFL star and eventually agreed to meet up later that day. However, one of the women went to the front desk and asked for a key to his suit – without his approval – and the attendant gave the..." June 29

  • Tom Brady broke his paddle after losing ping-pong game to Patriots teammate

    Sporting News "Tom Brady is competitive on the gridiron — we know that. But his cutthroat attitude apparently extends to table tennis. Appearing on SportsCenter, Patriots receiver Danny Amendola told a story about how his quarterback became upset after a game of ping-pong." June 29

  • Calvin Johnson says he retired because he's 'fed up' with football

    SB Nation "When Calvin Johnson announced his retirement earlier this offseason, he kept his reasoning a secret. But now he's decided to open up about why he walked away from the game. At his annual football camp Saturday, Johnson dispelled rumors that he called it quits because he was frustrated with the..." June 29

  • NFLPA agrees: NFL needs “credible evidence” before players must respond to PED charges

    Pro Football Talk "The plain language of the NFL’s PED policy indicates that, before a player ever talks to the league or otherwise provides information regarding a potential violation arising from anything other than a positive test, the league must have “credible documented evidence” that a violation happened. Per..." June 29

  • Jim Kelly getting stronger as he goes through cancer battle: “I feel awesome”

    Buffalo News "Jim Kelly is starting to get back into his normal routine. This week he’s been able to play with the kids at his annual football camp, running and throwing the football around. His journey back from cancer is going well. At his worst points, he prayed he would be able to feel the way he does..." June 29

  • ‘No significant improvement’ in Jaylon Smith’s injured nerve

    Sportsnaut "Dallas Cowboys linebacker Jaylon Smith was already a long shot to play in 2016, but based on the latest information it’s looking like a sure bet he will not. Ed Werder of ESPN is reporting Smith’s injured nerve has shown “no significant improvement” and notes “playing in 2016 seems..." June 29

  • William 'Refrigerator' Perry is reportedly in dire health and financial shape

    CBS Sports "On Tuesday, Buddy Ryan, the architect of the 1985 Bears defense, arguably the most dominant group in the history of football, passed away. The day before, details regarding the dire health and financial shape of William Perry, a key member of that 1985 unit, were revealed by Sports Illustrated's..." June 29

  • Seahawks QB Trevone Boykin charged with assault after reportedly striking cop in December

    Seattle Times "Seahawks rookie quarterback Trevone Boykin was charged with assault this week in connection with an incident Dec. 31 in San Antonio. Bexar County (Texas) Court records show Boykin will face arraignment Aug. 1. The Seahawks open training camp July 30. However, Boykin’s agent, Drew Pittman of..." June 29

  • Ezekiel Elliott could approach 300 carries this season

    Larry Brown Sports "It’s no secret that the Dallas Cowboys plan to run the ball a lot this season, so it’s no surprise that some are projecting perhaps 300 carries for rookie Ezekiel Elliott. Writing in a mailbag Tuesday, DallasCowboys.com’s David Helman said that it’s not a question whether Elliott will be the..." June 28

  • Jim Brown accepts $600,000 judgment from EA Sports in likeness case

    The Comeback "Electronic Arts will pay NFL Hall of Famer Jim Brown $600,000 as part of a voluntary judgment in a likeness case that was taking place in Phoenix. The settlement means that the case will be dismissed and Brown’s claims will be released. Brown was suing EA over Madden, and its usage of Brown..." June 28

  • Doug Baldwin signs 4-year extension with Seahawks

    NFL.com "Entering his sixth NFL season, Doug Baldwin has already earned his third professional contract. The Seahawks signed Baldwin to a four-year, $46 million contract extension Tuesday that will keep him under contract through the 2020 season, NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport reported, via a source..." June 28

  • Cardinals Still Trying To Get Extension In Place With Tyrann Mathieu Before Training

    NFL Trade Rumors "According to ESPN’s Ed Werder, the Cardinals are trying to negotiate a long-term extension with DB Tyrann Mathieu before the start of training camp. Werder admits that these types of extensions can be tough when a player still has another year remaining on his contract. Last we heard, Ian..." June 28

  • Jake Plummer Ripped ‘That Billionaire A-Hole’ Jerry Jones For His Comments About CTE

    Uproxx "Like several other retired NFL players, former quarterback Jake Plummer supports the use of medical marijuana to treat the pain that often follows a long career in football. Plummer walked away from football at age 31 and claims to use CBD (cannabidiol) every day. Now 41, Plummer recently..." June 28

  • Ex-Colts RB Zurlon Tipton dies from accidental gunshot

    Indianapolis Star "Former Indianapolis Colts running back Zurlon Tipton died after he accidentally shot himself Tuesday morning at a Michigan car dealership. He was reaching into his vehicle to get a bag containing two handguns when one discharged, hitting him in the stomach. The Roseville, Mich., police..." June 28

  • Raiders survey sent to Las Vegas residents

    Pro Football Talk "As the Raiders and Las Vegas continue a money-fueled mating dance, the team that may move to Nevada has officially commenced the process of getting to know more about its potential new neighbors. Via Richard N. Velotta of the Las Vegas Review-Journal, an 83-question survey has been sent to more..." June 28

  • John Elway responds to Von Miller's Instagram insult

    CBS Sports "If you go out in public in Los Angeles and you're somewhat famous, there's a good chance that TMZ will find you, and that's exactly what happened to John Elway recently. The Broncos general manager was leaving a restaurant in L.A. when he ran into a cameraman from TMZ. Elway clearly wasn't in a..." June 28

  • Darren McFadden reveals how he actually broke his elbow

    College Spun "Darren McFadden did not break his elbow trying to save his iPhone from crashing to the ground. Jason Garrett announced two weeks ago that the Cowboys’ running back would be sidelined for a month-plus after breaking his elbow. Dallas’ head coach did not go into further detail about the injury...." June 28

  • Eugene Monroe will "wait on the right opportunity"

    Big Blue View "Free agent offensive tackle Eugene Monroe, a player widely linked to the New York Giants since the days immediately preceding his recent release from the Baltimore Ravens, said Tuesday on Sirius XM NFL Radio that he is "in no rush" to sign with a new team. The 29-year-old Monroe said there have..." June 28

  • New 'Rooney Rule' for women should be called 'Al Davis Rule', Amy Trask agrees

    Silver & Black Pride "There’s a new rule in affect for the NFL league offices. It’s being described as the ‘Rooney Rule’ for women’. The Rooney Rule, as you may know, forces NFL teams to interview minority candidates for head coaching positions. Though this new rule for women is different than the Rooney Rule in..." June 28

  • Rex Ryan: Buddy Ryan everything you'd want in a dad

    BuffaloBills.com "Buffalo Bills Head Coach Rex Ryan has issued the following statement on behalf of the Ryan family. “On behalf of the entire Ryan family, we want to take this opportunity to thank everyone for their sympathies, prayers and warm thoughts with the passing of my dad. He was many things to many..." June 28

  • Miko Grimes claims husband's release from Dolphins 'had nothing to do with me'

    JoeBucsFan.com "Fun stuff from NFL superwife Miko Grimes on ESPN Radio yesterday. Joe’s got the audio and the highlights of Miko diving deep on many topics, including her husband Brent Grimes’ contract negotiations. Co-hosts Sarah Spain, Jane McManus and Kate Fagan had an entertaining and tension-heavy..." June 28

  • Johnny Manziel wears Browns jersey en route to Mexico

    The Score "Johnny Manziel's tenure with the Cleveland Browns came to an end in March after two troubling seasons, but he's still rocking their jersey. Several people snapped photos of Manziel wearing former Browns teammate Josh Gordon's No. 12 jersey Tuesday while on a plane to Mexico." June 28

  • NFL to announce $10M in funding for coalition working to prevent sexual violence

    USA Today "The NFL on Tuesday will announce $10 million in funding over the next five years to a coalition of non-profit organizations working to prevent sexual violence. The first phase of the NFL’s donation to Raliance, the coalition between the National Sexual Violence Resource Center, the California..." June 28

  • Sexual assault trial of C.J. Spillman to begin Monday

    Sports Day "Former Cowboys player C.J. Spillman's sexual assault trial is finally set to begin, nearly two years after the case attracted national headlines. The trial, for a case that has mostly remained dormant since late 2014, is scheduled to start at 1 p.m. Monday at the Tim Curry Criminal Justice..." June 28

  • Bills are in no hurry to build a new stadium

    Buffalo News "NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell and league owners can do all of the nudging and cajoling they want through the media. The Buffalo Bills are going to continue to take their sweet time when it comes to addressing when, where, or even whether they’ll build a new stadium. “We have not met and..." June 28

  • Tim Tebow Leads Mid-Air Prayer After Fellow Passenger Suffers Apparent Fatal Heart Attack

    People Magazine "Tim Tebow piloted prayer during a Sunday flight from Atlanta to Phoenix after a passenger collapsed, PEOPLE confirms. PEOPLE has learned that the former NFL quarterback joined flight attendants and other good Samaritans in coming to the aid of the passenger who suffered an apparent heart attack..." June 28

  • Eli Manning: I'm looking forward to making playoffs

    NFL.com "The New York Giants have not made the postseason the past four years, their longest drought since a 17-season dry spell that spanned three different decades (1964-1980 if you want the specifics). A disappointing 6-10 campaign last year resulted in coach Tom Coughlin getting axed and a gargantuan..." June 28

  • Lawyer says Skuta was the victim, not the aggressor

    Pro Football Talk "The lawyer representing Jaguars linebacker Dan Skuta has done something far more conventional than accidentally text strategic secrets to the media. Mark NeJame has declared his client’s innocence. NeJame told TMZ that the allegation of Skuta shoving the head of a woman who refused to provide..." June 28

  • Former NFL coach, defensive guru Buddy Ryan dies at age 82

    ESPN "Former NFL head coach and influential defensive coordinator Buddy Ryan has died, agent James Solano confirmed Tuesday. He was 82. Ryan, who coached in the NFL for 35 seasons, was known for building some of football's top defenses behind a relentlessness that focused on creating havoc on the..." June 28

  • Tony Grossi see Robert Griffin as “underwhelming” in offseason workouts

    Pro Football Talk "The Browns have yet to hand quarterback Robert Griffin III the starting job, because they want him to earn it. If he truly is required to earn it, the question now becomes whether he actually will. Tony Grossi of ESPNCleveland.com has covered the Browns for decades. He shared his assessment of..." June 27

  • NFL will interview Peyton Manning, too, in PED investigation

    Fox Sports "Add Peyton Manning to the list of names the NFL will interview about the Al Jazeera America report that last winter attempted to link him and four active players to PED use. Manning’s name was the biggest on the list, but he was not included when several outlets last Friday released a letter..." June 27

  • NFL offseason arrests less frequent than years past

    Sportsnaut "Negative press dominates headlines, but the NFL is seeing a positive development when it comes to players getting arrested in the offseason. As detailed by Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk, only nine NFL players have been arrested this year since January 1, which is down from 13 last year, 21..." June 27

  • Dan Quinn doesn’t believe in two-point conversions

    The Comeback "It’s been a debate that has picked up steam since the rule was changed last season, where the extra-point kick attempts were moved to the 15-yard line to encourage teams to go for two. Atlanta Falcons head coach Dan Quinn doesn’t feel the needed to go for two still and doesn’t like the idea of..." June 27

  • Jaguars linebacker arrested in Orlando

    Action News Jax "A Jacksonville Jaguars player was arrested in Orlando earlier this month. Linebacker Daniel Skuta, 30, was arrested over a week ago on misdemeanor battery charges. Skuta was held on a $500 and bonded out of jail early Sunday, June 19. The Jacksonville Jaguars released a statement on June..." June 27

  • Cowboys feel good about depth of their wide receiver group

    Pro Football Talk "When the subject of wide receivers has come up around the Cowboys this offseason, the conversation usually tilts to Dez Bryant’s recovery from a pair of surgeries and his prospects for turning in a healthier season than he had in 2015. Bryant isn’t the only wideout on the roster, however, and..." June 27

  • Johnny Manziel lawyer Bob Hinton withdraws after text mishap

    Sportsnaut "Johnny Manziel’s lawyer, Bob Hinton, will no longer represent him in the wake of his text faux pas in which he outed his client as an alcoholic who couldn’t stay sober. Hinton had unintentionally texted the Associated Press insinuating his legal team would be seeking a plea deal and writing,..." June 27

  • Dominique Easley says he won't have his kids play football

    Yardbarker "Los Angeles Rams defensive lineman Dominique Easley has no intention of letting his own children play the game of football. Speaking with The Breakfast Club (105.1 FM in New York), Easley revealed he wants his kids to go straight into baseball, instead. “I’m not putting my kids in football...." June 27

  • James Harrison demands Roger Goodell come to him for PED interview

    Fox Sports "If the NFL wants to interview Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker James Harrison over the Al-Jazeera America report that linked him and other NFL players to performance-enhancing drugs, that's fine. But he has some stipulations. 1. The interview has to be at his house, not in training camp as the..." June 27

  • The Refrigerator’s stubborn spiral

    SI "We can start with this: Everybody loves the Fridge. William Perry could have been called the Car or the Shed or the Washing Machine or even the Water Heater. But he wasn’t. The Refrigerator it was—Fridge, for short—ever since his days as a 300-plus-pound All-America nosetackle at Clemson...." June 27

  • In Year 2, Tyler Lockett is 'in the middle' of Seahawks' offensive plans

    ESPN "During a team drill at minicamp earlier this month, Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Tyler Lockett lined up on the right side of the field, opposite cornerback Richard Sherman. When the ball was snapped, Lockett raced down the right sideline, got on top of the coverage and looked up just as Russell..." June 27

  • Is Jacksonville Jaguars HC Gus Bradley on the hot seat?

    iSportsweb "Three years ago, the Jacksonville Jaguars had just fired head coach Mike Mularkey after a dissapointing 2-14 season. Mularkey only lasted one year as the coach after taking over for interim head coach Mel Tucker to start the 2012 campaign. With Mularkey (and GM Gene Smith) out the door,..." June 27

  • Chad Ochocinco accused of not making child support payments

    Larry Brown Sports "Former NFL wide receiver Chad Ochocinco is being accused of not paying child support to the mother of one of his children. According to court documents obtained by TMZ, a woman named Andrea Pearson alleges that Ochocinco did not make a $5,250 child support payment in April. Pearson is asking a..." June 27