Packers Off-Season Priorities

While the 2019 Green Bay Packers season was a successful one, it still ended without a Super Bowl appearance. In order to have a...

The Curious Case of Jason Peters

April 20th, 2009, is a day most Eagles fans probably won't immediately recognize. On this day, the Philadelphia Eagles agreed to trade the 28th...

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers Have Almost Solidified Their Practice Squad

Oakalnd Raiders Draft Prospect WR Emanuel Hall
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have almost filled their first ten to the practice squad for the 2019 season. These players have a shot at...

Patriots New Veteran Profile: Michael Bennett

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With the Patriots' dynasty at eighteen years and counting, the ebbs and flows of the Patriot Way have become very well defined. One of...

Peterson Violates PED Policy, Suspended First Six Games

With just one tweet on Thursday morning, NFL insider Adam Schefter, put a major damper on the excitement surrounding the Arizona Cardinals. Schefter took...

Gostkowski returns to Patriots on a two-year deal

It appears that ‘Ghost’ sightings will continue in Foxboro, Massachusetts for the foreseeable future. As reported by ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the New England Patriots...

Chiefs Sign DE/LB Jeremiah Attaochu

The Chiefs have bolstered their defensive front, by once again signing a player who's a low risk on a one year deal. The signing...

Examining NFL Fits for AAF Players: West Edition

Which former AAF stars could make the jump to the NFL?

Examining NFL Fits for AAF Players: East Edition

Where could these former AAF players fit in the NFL?

Tampa Bay Buccaneers Sign Defensive Tackle Nick Thurman

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers signed defensive tackle Nick Thurman on Thursday adding depth to their defensive line. Thurman (24) came out of Houston as an...

Cowboys Solidify Safety Depth With Iloka Signing

The Dallas Cowboys remained active during the second wave of free agency Saturday by signing safety George Iloka to a one year deal.

Vikings Add Veteran Guard Josh Kline

Nov 6, 2016; San Diego, CA, USA; Tennessee Titans offensive guard Josh Kline (64) jogs off the field during the first quarter against the San Diego Chargers at Qualcomm Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Jake Roth-USA TODAY Sports
An offseason that has seen more linemen go than come has become a little more digestible. The Vikings announced Wednesday that they signed former Titans and Patriots guard Josh Kline to a three-year, $15.75 million deal. The contract will push the Vikings closer to their cap limit, leaving them realistically only enough to sign draft picks. But for the moment, it seems Kirk Cousins has a new starter in front of him.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers: A Speedy New Receiver

Breshad Perriman
With the feeding frenzy of the first wave of free agency in full force, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers have been relatively quiet. Which was...

Chiefs Sign Bashaud Breeland to 1 Year Deal

After missing out on the chance to sign cornerback Ronald Darby, the Chiefs have added a different cornerback to the team in Bashaud Breeland....

Raiders Opinion: No Excuses Remain

Oakland Raiders QB Derek Carr
Mayock, explicitly asked if defense would dominate on draft day -- based off all the offensive additions -- and the GM stated “value is value, regardless of position”.

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