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The Washington Redskins continue to haunt the Cleveland Browns during the off-season.
Per NBC Sports’ Evan Silva, The St. Louis Rams will reportedly shop long-time running back Steven Jackson this week as the 29-year-old bruising back is allegedly unhappy with his current contract. If Jackson is moved – with the reported price being a mid-round pick due to age, contract and mileage — the Rams would likely look to add Alabama’s Trent Richardson.
In an on-air broadcast, ESPN Cleveland’s Tony Grossi speculates that the Rams, potentially feeling the running back could be gone by the time they select sixth-overall, could move up to the third, fourth or fifth spots in the draft, via the second-round pick they acquired in the deal with the Washington Redskins earlier this off-season.
The Redskins, in a legitimate duel with the Cleveland Browns, jumped to the second-overall selection — to select quarterback Robert Griffin III — by sending the Rams multiple first-round selections and a secon...
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According to Jim Thomas of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, the St. Louis Rams have made it clear they were unaware that running back Steven Jackson is looking for a new contract. So any rumors of the Rams possibly trading Jackson look like they’re false.
Thomas indicated that those who are close to Jackson have said that he doesn’t want a new contract, but would rather like an...
What isn't there to like about Alabama's running back Trent Richardson? A finalist for the Heisman Trophy he won the Doak Walker Award as the nation's top running back and was named the SEC Offensive Player of the year by the league coaches and Associated Press.
A unanimous first team all SEC player he averaged 131.9 yards per game. He rushed for a total of 1,583 yards...
The Alabama Crimson Tide continues to be an NFL pipeline under head coach Nick Saban. In the 2011 NFL Draft, the Crimson Tide had a school record four players drafted in the first round. Marcell Dareus was picked third by the Bills, Julio Jones was picked sixth by the Falcons, James Carpenter was picked 25th by the Seahawks, and then Heisman Trophy winner Mark Ingram was selected...
Rams running back Steven Jackson is unhappy with his current contract and would like to re-negotiate it, a league source said Monday. Jackson signed a six-year deal in 2008 that was set to run through the 2013 season. Given Jackson's dissatisfaction, it would make sense for the Rams to try to select a running back, such as Alabama product Trent Richardson, in the 2012 NFL Draft...
ST. LOUIS (AP) The St. Louis Rams did their best to stamp out a rumor the day before the draft, saying running back Steven Jackson is not unhappy with his contract.
The Rams also say they're not interested in trading the two-time Pro Bowler. Jackson is coming off his seventh straight 1,000-yard season, and has two years to go on a deal that'll pay him about 7 million in...
Ronald Martinez/Getty ImagesBy Josh DhaniFounder, Senior WriterThe Cleveland Browns are ready to make their pick at No. 4 to get Alabama running back, Trent Richardson. However, rumors are now starting to come up that the New York Jets might steal Richardson from them come Thursday when the draft starts.According to Rich Cimini of ESPN New York, the Jets have verified contact info...
Jets to trade up for Trent Richardson?
There’s building buzz that the New York Jets might be interested in trading up from No. 16 to the fourth overall pick, currently held by the Browns, in a bid to acquire the game-breaking Alabama tailback.
Richardson said he got a call from the Jets, who wanted his contact information, on Sunday when he arrived in New York City. With new...
A report from ESPNNewYork.com said the New York Jets could be interested in moving into the draft's top five picks to select Alabama running back Trent Richardson. Now, that report is countered by one from Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News that the cost to move from 16 into the top five will likely be one the Jets won't pay in order to grab Richardson. "It'...
University of Alabama running back Trent Richardson speaks to reporters during Media Day before his team takes on Louisiana State University the for the NCAA BCS National Championship, scheduled for January 9, in New Orleans, Louisiana January 6, 2012. REUTERS/Sean Gardner (UNITED STATES – Tags: SPORT FOOTBALL)
With just two days before the first round of the 2012 NFL Draft...
We are less than 48 hours away from the 2012 NFL Draft. Andrew Luck is going No. 1 to the Colts, RG3 is slotted to go at No. 2 via the Redskins. So what is going to happen at No. 3 and beyond? For months it has been said that the Minnesota Vikings were going to take OT Matt Kalil from USC. Now that we are so close to draft night that seems to be changing. Now it is being...
Rex Ryan knows how to stir up controversy. And in an offseason which saw the Jets make headlines by trading for Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow, the Jets appear on the verge of making another big-time splash. The Jets have apparently made contact with Alabama running back and top-five hopeful Trent Richardson, in what is looking like another draft-day deal for the Jets, according to...
TAMPA It's hard to find many realistic scenarios these days in which Alabama tailback Trent Richardson tumbles to the fifth pick of the three-day NFL Draft kicking off Thursday night at 8 and into the awaiting embrace of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Conventional wisdom suggests that the Cleveland Browns, selecting in the fourth position, will snatch up the highly touted Crimson...
Theres only one thing keeping Trent Richardson from becoming a Cleveland Brown Thursday night.
That would be a trade that would move the Tampa Bay Bucs from the fifth to third spot, where they would take Richardson, a Florida guy theyd like to keep in Florida.
Minnesotas trade down would net them an extra draft pick or two and would still allow them to take offensive tackle Matt...
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