The living has been real easy for Philadelphia Eagles defensive end Chris Long over the past two years…until tonight. Advertisements
Cleveland Browns left tackle Joe Thomas opted to retire on Wednesday due to a growing list of injuries after 11 seasons as one of the NFL’s premier offensive linemen.
After an aborted trade with the Cleveland Browns and favorable court ruling to make him a free agent, A.J. McCarron is now a Buffalo Bill.
By the end of Tuesday, the Minnesota Vikings lost all three of their quarterbacks from the 2017 season. Sam Bradford (Cardinals), Teddy Bridgewater (Jets), and Case Keenum (Broncos) will be heading out of the Twin Cities.
Ahead of Wednesday’s free agency start, numerous media outlets are reporting that Case Keenum is on his way to the Mile High City.
Just in time for the final episode of Tom vs. Time to drop on Monday, New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady made the media rounds on Tuesday and concluded his stop with a trip to see Stephen Colbert.
Prior to the AFC Championship game against the Jacksonville Jaguars, Tom Brady suffered a mysterious right hand injury that called into question whether he would play.
If Peyton Manning does not want to join Thursday Night Football, it looks like Fox Sports has another option in mind.
Former Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman did not last very long on the free agent market one day after being let go by his ex-team.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver Mike Evans climbed the charts for highest-paid wide receivers. The five-year veteran signed a new five-year extension worth $82 million including $55 million guaranteed.