NFL Free Agency: RB Latavius Murray a fit for NY Giants?

A power back would be a nice complement to Paul Perkins The New York Giants could use a complementary back for Paul Perkins, the slashing, make people miss player who looks like he will be their primary running back in 2017. A bigger, power back would seem to be ideal. Despite the fact that has basically thrown himself at the Giants’ feet, that back should not be Adrian Peterson...
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2 days ago

Seahawks: Is a Russell Okung reunion on the way for 2017?

Gregg Rosenthal thinks Russell Okung should return to the Seattle Seahawks, but that reunion remains extremely unlikely. Free agency is still a couple of weeks away, but the clock is already ticking for teams that have to make decisions on players with certain contract clauses. One of those players is former Seahawks left tackle Russell […] Seahawks: Is a Russell Okung reunion...
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4 days ago’s Free Agent For Every Team Tabs WR DeSean Jackson To LA Rams

Is the LA native the preferred top target for the Rams in free agency this year?’s Gregg Rosenthal has a list of his “fun” free agents for every team in the NFL in 2017 up today, and there’s a familiar target for the Los Angeles Rams: Washington Football Pros WR DeSean Jackson: It's almost too easy to connect the dots. Former Washington offensive coordinator Sean...
Via Turf Show Times
4 days ago

Bills Today: A 'fun' prediction for the Bills in free agency

Gregg Rosenthal from makes an out-of-box prediction on one player who the Bills should target in free agency next month + other Bills notes from around the NFL.
5 days ago

Dont’a Hightower would be a fun free agent for the Chiefs (but it won’t happen)

Usually those “The one free agent every team needs” articles aren’t all that interesting but this one from Gregg Rosenthal of is. He suggests Patriots LB Dont’a Hightower for the Kansas City Chiefs. Interesting choice, and not one we hear every day. There are reasons for and against this. Here’s what Rosenthal said: John Dorsey could make room if he truly wanted...
Via Arrowhead Pride
6 days ago

Big Ben: It’s ‘unbelievable’ Broncos doubt his injury

Ben Roethlisberger can’t believe that he’s being accused of faking his shoulder injury before the AFC divisional round matchup against the Denver Broncos. The Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback suffered the injury during the wild card round when Vontaze Burfict slammed him into the ground on a hard, legal sack (video here). He would return late in the fourth quarter to lead the...
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January 19, 2016  |  Discuss

WATCH: Matt Cassel throws ridiculous interception

Matt Cassel, playing “on a short leash” with Kellen Moore waiting in the wings for the Dallas Cowboys on Saturday night, made an asinine mistake in the first quarter that resulted in an interception for Darrell Revis and the New York Jets. Stumbling after receiving the shotgun snap, Cassel unbelievably hurled up a prayer towards Revis’ general direction. Give credit where...
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December 19, 2015  |  Discuss

Josh McCown remains Browns starting QB after loss to Bills

By Evan Massey Josh McCown had an awful game in the Cleveland Browns’ 11-10 preseason loss against the Buffalo Bills Thursday evening. He was one of the main reasons that the Bills ended up winning, as he was an absolute disaster early on in the game. Despite his poor play, head coach Mike Pettine has made it clear to the media that McCown is still firmly in the lead to start...
Via This Given Sunday
August 21, 2015  |  Discuss

Report: The NFL Can Now Flex Games Starting In Week 5

  Gregg Rosenthal of, citing a league source, reports that the NFL can begin flexing Sunday Night Football games as early as Week 5. However, the league can only flex a total of two games during Weeks 5 – 10 that would have been played during Sunday afternoon. In the past, the NFL had waited until Week 11 to make any changes to the Sunday Night game. The NFL is announcing...
Via NFL Trade Rumors
April 23, 2014  |  Discuss

How can new rule changes possibly affect Houston Texans?

Earlier on Wednesday there were many proposed rule changes in the NFL, according to Gregg Rosenthal of Among the propositions were the idea that the extra point attempt should be moved back to the 25-yard line, or even as far as the 40. Other rule change propositions that were offered by the New England Patriots included the idea to heighten the goal post crossbar by five...
Via cover32 - Texans
March 19, 2014  |  Discuss

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