The first month of the Deshaun Watson legal controversy featured numerous social-media posts, written statements, and press conferences. For nearly three weeks, silence has prevailed in the Watson situation.
Colin Kaepernick hasn’t played in the NFL since the 2016 season, but that didn’t stop teams from inquiring about his availability as recently as last year.
Urban Meyer says Tim Tebow looked SO good during his recent tryout with the Jaguars, his staff told him the former Heisman Trophy winner "looks like he's 18 years old!!"
The Green Bay Packers are trying to force Aaron Rodgers into a change of heart amid reports that he wants out of the franchise, and they've opened their pockets in an effort to keep him.
The Texans have been in a holding pattern with Deshaun Watson since multiple women accused him of sexual assault. It is unclear whether the star quarterback still wants out of Houston or if a trade is possible given the circumstances, but apparently at least one team remains interested.
Oh, to have the blind self-assurance of Tim Tebow and Urban Meyer.
The Houston Texans haven’t really said much about in regards to Deshaun Watson after multiple women came out and accused him of sexual misconduct and assault.
One story is dominating the NFL news cycle. It isn't the recently completed draft's effect on the league's balance of power. Or a prominent free agent searching for a new home.
The Minnesota Vikings are in the market to add a veteran edge rusher to the defense this offseason.
Last week, it was reported that Aaron Rodgers narrowed his preferred trade destinations down to three teams: the 49ers, Raiders and Broncos. It appears that one team is emerging as his primary destination.
While speculation continues to run rampant about Aaron Rodgers’ NFL future, the Green Bay Packers quarterback keeps adding to his resume in Hollywood.
The Bears quarterback carousel took fans on a wild ride in 2020, but Nick Foles and Mitch Trubisky helped put Chicago in a position to land Justin Fields. Unfortunately for the Bears, they might be stuck with a crowded quarterback room this season.
Justin Fields will begin his NFL career in the NFC North, with the Bears having traded up to land the Ohio State passer with hopes of ending their run of quarterback struggles. But one of Chicago’s top rivals was monitoring this situation.
Tom Brady lent his voice to the NFLPA's fight against voluntary offseason workouts.
When last we heard from Raiders coach Jon Gruden, he was openly tampering with a player he never tried to sign. Since then, Gruden has disappeared.
Richard Sherman and the Dallas Cowboys feel like the perfect pairing.
The Chicago Bears have been playing at Soldier Field since 1971, but that's something that could be changing in the near future. The Bears are apparently thinking about relocating to Arlington Heights, which is a suburb that sits roughly 30 miles outside of Chicago.
The situation between Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers does not appear to have improved at all in the past week, but one of the quarterback’s former teammates believes it can eventually be resolved.
The chances of a Julio Jones trade look more and more likely as the NFL moves into the latter part of the offseason.
The San Francisco 49ers signaled that an end to the Jimmy Garoppolo era is coming soon. But if you ask the team's owner, it might not be as close as you'd think.
Kerryon Johnson‘s stint with the Lions has come to an end. Detroit is waiving the running back, according to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport (via Twitter).
This year's NFL draft was dominated by speculation about where the top quarterbacks might land. With the draft behind us, the real controversies begin.
The Houston Texans have endured a tumultuous offseason that has included star quarterback Deshaun Watson reportedly requesting a trade and later learning he was facing at least 22 lawsuits alleging acts of sexual assault and misconduct, the acquisitions of veteran backup signal-caller Tyrod Taylor and also Ryan Finley, and the club spending a third-round draft selection on Stanford QB Davis Mills.
It was a successful NFL Draft for the Jets and general manager Joe Douglas. He got what he believes is a franchise quarterback (Zach Wilson). He got that quarterback protection (Alijah Vera-Tucker) and playmakers (Elijah Moore, Michael Carter). He then turned his attention to the defense with his final six picks (Jamien Sherwood, Michael Carter II, Jason Pinnock, Hamsah Nasirildeen, Brandin Echols, Jonathan Marshall).
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