The initial wave of roster cuts and free-agent signings has passed, but there is still more to come. As teams get a clearer picture of their cap space and how they must shape their rosters for the future, some players have to be cut
DENVER (AP) - The National Football League's annual free agency frenzy officially begins Wednesday, just 39 days after Tom Brady won another Super Bowl and 44 days before Commissioner Roger Goodell takes the stage in Nashville to announce the first overall pick in the 2019 NFL draft. Le'Veon Bell, Nick
The underwear Olympics are here. This week in Indianapolis, over 300 of the best and brightest players in college football will gather to be put through the paces by scouts and coaches from across the NFL
The Buffalo Bills are often treated as if they reside above the Wall . Well, the Wall has fallen, the white walkers are coming, and general manager Brandon Beane is the NFL 's version of the Night King
INDIANAPOLIS — Former Dwyer and Ohio State wide receiver Johnnie Dixon was at the NFL scouting combine, speaking about what it was like to undergo very thorough knees examinations."It’s been crazy," Dixon said. "Yesterday I got my limbs tugged on, everything. Two people at one time so it’s a different type of deal, something that I’ve never seen. You hear about it but you don’t think that it’s going to be what people say and it is. [
How do the top three signal-caller prospects rank after the developments in Indianapolis?
Tyrann Mathieu joins new DC Steve Spagnuolo and Eric Berry to form a safety tandem that could rival the Legion of Boom Seahawks.
Questions remain about Jonah Williams while Cody Ford and Garrett Bradbury make their case