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According to Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com, Green Bay Packers wide receiver Jordy Nelson wants a new deal “worth at least $10 million per season.”
Nelson is entering the final year of a three-year, $12.6 million contract extension and would be a free agent once the 2014 league year ends.
The Packers would “sooner rather than later,” sign wide receiver Jordy Nelson to a long...
The New York Giants intend on using running back Rashad Jennings as their workhorse back with his tough running ability and he also sits at the top of the team's depth chart. According to Ralph Vacchiano of the New York Daily News, Jennings enters training camp as the top dog ahead of 2012 first round pick David Wilson, Peyton Hillis, and rookie Andre Williams.
According to the Associated Press, Cleveland Browns wide receiver Josh Gordon will meet with Commissioner Roger Goodell and league officials Aug. 1st.
Gordon is facing a possible year-long ban from the NFL for failing a drug test (marijuana) and compounded the problem by being arrested for DUI this month.
It was expected with pressure from the player's union that marijuana...
According to Larry Hartstein of CBS Sports, the Texan made a series of moves in anticipation of the opening of training camp.
The Team signed veteran free agent offensive tackle Tyson Clabo and tight end Chris Coyle.
Clabo agreed to a two-year contract and will compete against incumbent RT Derek Newton for the starting position.
He started 15 games as a starter for the Dolphins...
According to the Associated Press, the Carolina Panthers have signed guard Fernando Velasco and center Kevin Matthews.
Velasco started 11 games for the Steelers last season before being placed on the season ending injured reserve list with an Achilles' injury.
In his five years in the NFL, he has 30 career starts and will compete for a backup job behind Ryan Kalil.
CBS analyst Solomon Wilcots is a firm believer in the way the Pittsburgh goes about their business and feels the club had a great offseason doing it the Steelers' way. “I love their offseason, absolutely,” said Wilcots, via Alan Robinson of Tribelive.com. The Steelers top offseason acquisition safety Mike Mitchell should add an instant impact on the last line of defense...
According to the Associated Press, The Kansas City Chiefs have signed offensive tackle Ryan Harris and linebacker Josh Mauga.
Harris, 29, has appeared in 78 games, making 39 starts for the Broncos and will compete with Donald Stephenson for the starting position opposite Eric Fisher.
Mauga spent the last four seasons with the Jets, appearing in 29 games.
The team also waived...
According to Larry Hartstein of CBS Sports, the Denver Broncos have placed cornerback Chris Harris (he tore his ACL in the 2013 AFC Divisional game) on the physically unable to perm list, and the team also indicated that defensive end Von Miller (he is rehabbing from a torn ACL in 2013) and would not be involved in any contact until the third preseason game.
Detroit Lions first-round pick TE Eric Ebron has made a good impression with his teammates since arriving and going into his first NFL training camp, he's already looking like a leader on the team.
Ebron has a lot on his plate as he learns three separate tight end positions (Y, F, and Z).
His skill set which is more of a wide receiver's, allow Ebron to be the 'move...
San Francisco 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh knows the team can only say 'close but no cigar' so many times and said that it does weigh on his mind that the club hasn't gotten to their ultimate goal and time could be running out on the current group. Harbaugh has the daunting task of getting his team focused after another close run in 2013 that fell just short in a loss to...
The offensive line was one of the to priorities for the New York Giants n the 2014 offseason after quarterback Eli Manning spent much of his time getting a good look from ground level.
The status of the line is uncertain at best, only 2013 first-round pick Justin Pugh is slotted for a starting spot in 2014.
David Diehl and Chris Snee announced their retirements, and LT Will Beatty...
Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler's currently backup collection may arguably be the worst in the NFL.
But it appears that Jordan Palmer is the best of the worst as far as the team goes, getting a slight nod above Jimmy Clausen and David Fales.
Head coach Marc Trestman said as much on Wednesday:
"Right now, Jordan Palmer has the first chance to be the No. 2 quarterback...
For the Green Bay Packers defensive secondary, the reward for penance is redemption, and the unit is seeking to redeem themselves from a poor 2013 season.
Ranked 24th in the NFL in pass defense last season, the Packers defensive backs coach and players feel they have something to prove.
"No question," safeties coach Darren Perry said, via JSOnline.
Baltimore Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs is lookign for quarterback Joe Flacco to be a little more animated in vocal in 2014.
After an 8-8 season, perhaps its time to retire the "Joe Cool" moniker and yell at somebody once in a while, Suggs suggests.
"He's not the most vocal," Suggs said, via the team's official website. "But sometimes we may...
Oakland Raiders cornerback DJ Hayden stands to miss a huge chiunk fo training camp due to a foot iunjury that still hasn't healed.
Hayden was in a walking boot during offseason practices, but apparently is still on the mend from what's being described as an 'ankle sprain.' according to CSN Bay Area's Scott Bair.
Hayden could reportedly be a candidate to open...
The Seattle Seahawks felt pretty good when they re-signed Sidney Rice in the offseason after releasing him in a salary cap move at the start on the new fiscal year.
Rice was to fill the void left by Golden Tate and allow Percy Harvin to play his three level roles.
Not only is Rice's retirement and huge blow to the team, it also forces one of the young receivers to grow up...
New Washington Redskins head coach Jay Gruden was never that big of a fan of the read-option craze, so now that he has control over QB Robert Griffin III, 2014 should mean less designed run plays.
Those runs might be "few and far between" this season, he told the NFL Network's Steve Wyche, but also made it clear that Griffin would be able to scramble at will if the...
Every coach has learned from another coach in the NFL and for Minnesota Vikings' Mike Zimmer, he's had one of the best of all time tutoring him.
Zimmer worked as Parcells' defensive coordinator in Dallas from 2003-2006, and was able to receive an education from the Hall of Fame coach, whose coaching tree includes Sean Payton, Tom Coughlin, and Bill Belichick among others...
According to Mike Florio of Profootballtalk.com, the Kansas City Chiefs and running back Jamaal Charles have come to an agreement on a 28 million over four years.
The new contract will run through 2017 and will pay Charles $18.1 million for the extra two years.
He is scheduled to earn $5.1 million over the next two seasons, including a $4.4 million a spike for 2014.
If Dallas Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett supposed that another subpar season in 2014 would spell his desmise in Dallas, he apparently has nothing to worry about. "In terms of the record of this team, this is not a make or break situation for Jason," owner Jerry Jones said, via NFL.com's Gregg Rosenthal. "Members of this staff, we've got a job to do. We...
Cleveland Browns quarterback Brian Hoyer will be starter like a starter during training camp, at least at the start.
Head coach Mike Pettine told reporters Wednesday that Hoyer will get the nod over rookie Johnny Manziel after dicsussing it with the rest of his staff:
"Hoyer's the one. He'll be with the ones in the beginning," Pettine said, via ESPNCleveland...
Phildelphia Eagles 2nd-year offensive tackle Lane Johnson has been suspended by the league for violating their policy on performance-enhancing substances, the team announced Wednesday.
"We're very disappointed to learn of his suspension. We have spoken to Lane about the details of the suspension. He understood what he did wrong and took full responsibility. The key for...