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The Bills are reportedly releasing former Brown Running Back Peyton Hillis according to Jason La Canfora. The Bucs are releasing RB Peyton Hillis — Jason La Canfora (@JasonLaCanfora) September 21, 2013 It has been a meteoric fall for the former Madden Cover athlete. Need NFL Tickets? Loading... ZergNet The post Peyton Hillis to be released by the Bills appeared first on Pro Football Zone.
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Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports is at it again. Sunday morning, La Canfora tweeted that If the Pittsburgh Steelers keep struggling, he thinks the New England Patriots will call about wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders, who they signed to an offer sheet this past offseason.
If the Steelers keep struggling, I'd look for call from Pats regarding Emmanuel Sanders, who they signed to offer...
Jason La Canfora of ESPN reports that the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are releasing RB Peyton Hillis. The release of Hillis comes as no surprise given that the 27-year-old running back has already been deactivated for a game this season, and is currently listed as the No.4 back on the Bucs depth chart. Hillis never recorded an official carry with the Bucs after having been surpassed by...
Jason La Canfora of ESPN reports that New Orleans Saints RB Mark Ingram could seek a trade out of New Orleans in the weeks leading up the NFL trade deadline.
Ingram is currently third on the Saint’s depth chart, which includes a total of five running backs. The Saints have Ingram sharing carries with Pierre Thomas and Darren Sproles, so this isn’t exactly the type of role...
According to Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports, Dolphins defensive end Cameron Wake suffering a mild MCL sprain during Sunday’s win over the Falcons.
More good news for Dolphins fans, the team learned today its a mild MCL sprain for star Cameron Wake, who hurt his knee Sunday
The Dolphins and Wake certainly dodged a bullet.
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Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports reported that the Saints might end up trading running back Mark Ingram.
Saints head coach Sean Payton told NOLA.com that any trade report regarding running back Mark Ingram are ”completely false” and have “zero credibility.”
There’s no doubt that Ingram has been a first round bust so far for New Orleans. Even if they did want to trade him...