Money Continues to Be Only Thing NFL Cares About with Latest Changes to Combine

We know the NFL now monetizes everything. If it could, the league would take a piece of Pete Carroll’s chewed bubble gum and sell it on NFL.com for $9.99. The league wasn’t always this way. The NFL has long been more business than family but never obnoxiously so. That’s changed rapidly under

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Adam 'Pacman' Jones officially winds up controversial, sometimes infamous NFL career

Adam “Pacman” Jones has long been one of the NFL’s most infamous players. After a long and tumultuous career, Adam “Pacman” Jones is finally calling it quits. Jones announced his retirement from the NFL on Instagram, where he posted a picture his retirement of a Bentley from a friend.

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NFL tweaks several television rules for 2019, including elimination of single-headers

What I’m Hearing: USA TODAY Sports’ Jarrett Bell was on hand for an NFL owners meeting held in Florida where topics of discussion included instant replay and a potential high-profile gig for Peyton Manning. In a move that will please television viewers in two-team markets, the NFL has announced

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Ranking NFL's best wide receivers: OBJ, AB make way for Nuk, other risers in 2019

When it comes to operatic offense, it doesn’t get much better than the best wide receivers in the NFL. In 2019, there has been a little more drama than usual off the field, as two of the position’s most popular superstars moved teams in blockbuster trades. The wideouts who made the cut for out

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Minnesota native, NFL vet Ryan Harris knows Vikings assistants Kubiak, Dennison well

EAGAN, Minn. — When Ryan Harris gives his wife flowers, he often thinks of Gary Kubiak. Harris, a former NFL tackle who starred at Cretin-Derham Hall High School in St. Paul, played three seasons for Kubiak when he was head coach at Houston and Denver. That included a victory in Super Bowl 50 with the

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Kurt Warner's Top 5 NFL quarterbacks for the 2019 season prompts questions

Kurt Warner is in the Pro Football Hall of Fame so he must know a thing or two about what makes a great quarterback, right? Well, the former Arizona Cardinals quarterback received significant pushback on Twitter after he revealed his top five quarterback for the 2019 season Monday on NFL Network. Warner

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Early Bird Report: CBS Sports ranks Falcons' offensive trio outside of NFL's top 10

ESPN: Rankings how married each NFL team is to its QB Since drafting quarterback Matt Ryan with the No. 3 pick in the 2008 NFL Draft, the Atlanta Falcons have enjoyed their most successful era in franchise history. It’s no surprise then that the Falcons awarded the former NFL MVP with the biggest

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Passionate, respected assistant coach who worked for Raiders, Cal, Stanford dies at 72

Gunther Cunningham, who spent a lifetime as a football coach, including stops with Stanford, Cal and the Los Angeles Raiders, died Saturday. He was 72. The announcement was made by the Detroit Lions, for whom Cunningham worked last. The Detroit Free Press reported that the one-time Walnut Creek resident

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Chris Nelson, Calvin Anderson cut from NFL rosters following mini-camp

Two former Texas Longhorns will need to find new NFL homes, as both Chris Nelson and Calvin Anderson were both released on Monday after signing priority free agent contracts after the NFL Draft. Nelson was one of six players waved by the Pittsburgh Steelers following the conclusion of their rookie mini-camp

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Could Packers' Darnell Savage be a top Defensive Rookie of the Year candidate?

Former NFL safety and current ESPN analyst Matt Bowen believes Green Bay Packers rookie Darnell Savage is a top candidate to win Defensive Rookie of the Year in 2019. In fact, Bowen predicted Savage to win the award in a series at ESPN breaking down the 2019 draft. “Savage can close on the ball with

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Rams UDFA Justin Sumpter hoping to put Kennesaw State on the NFL map

Making the transition from college football to the NFL is extremely difficult, regardless of position or talent level. Going from the FCS level to the pros is even tougher – especially when you’re a wide receiver coming from a triple-option system where receptions were tough to come by. Former Kennesaw

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For New Redskins Assistant Kyshoen Jarrett, Returning To The NFL Has Been A 'Long Time Coming'

Last season, Jarrett served as the Redskins’ defensive coaching intern, working primarily with the nickel cornerbacks during practice and film sessions. He absorbed as much information as he could from defensive backs coach Torrian Gray, who now coaches at the University of Florida, as well as assistant

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NFC West offseason review: Lowly Cardinals, 49ers close gap, but Rams still alone on top

When mounting a Super Bowl run, it certainly doesn’t hurt to play six games against the NFL’s worst division. Those were the fortunate circumstances the Rams found themselves in a season ago, when the league’s bottom two both resided in the NFC West. The Cardinals and 49ers finished a combined

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