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Late Colts LB Edwin Jackson awarded posthumous degree from Georgia Southern

Former Colts linebacker Edwin Jackson received a posthumous degree from Georgia Southern Saturday, three months after he was killed in a traffic accident. Jackson was a walk-on player at Georgia Southern before joining the Colts as an undrafted free agent in 2015. The 26-year-old Jackson and an Uber driver, Jeffrey Monroe, were standing outside a... Read More »

Patriots schedule 2018: Nothing keeping New England from old AFC tricks

The Patriots will be looking for their 10th consecutive division title when they play out their 2018 schedule. When they’re not playing the AFC East this season, for the most part they’ll be facing the AFC South and NFC North. Biggest breaks: The AFC East competition helps the Patriots again, as they should sweep the... Read More »

Tyreek Hill: Teammates try to race me in offseason workouts, winning is easy

Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill may be the fastest player in the NFL, and he’s certainly the fastest player in Kansas City, where he proves that whenever teammates want to try him. Hill said on PFT Live that during offseason workouts, other players seek out the challenge of racing him, but he has no trouble... Read More »

Falcons work out Kevin Bowen

The Falcons are working out free agent offensive lineman Kevin Bowen on Wednesday, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports. Bowen worked out for the Texans last week. Bowen, 24, spent last season on Washington’s injured reserve after injuring his ankle. He also spent 2016 on injured reserve with an undisclosed injury. Limited Minnesota Wild... Read More »

Colts hosting two free-agent safeties, may unclog market at the position

One of the major stories of the 2018 NFL offseason has been the slow-developing market for safeties. The Colts are likely still in need of help in the secondary to solidify new defensive coordinator Matt Eberflus’ defense. They were dreadful against the pass last season (32nd in Football Outsiders’ pass defense DVOA) and most of... Read More »

Police Close Investigation Into Domestic Violence Allegations Against Cowboys DT David Irving

Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reports that the Frisco Police have closed their investigation into domestic violence allegations made against Cowboys DT David Irving. Irving’s former girlfriend retracted the claims she made via his Twitter account. Connor McGovern, Max Garcia and rookie sixth-round pick Sam Jones likely will compete for that guard spot. Billy Turner... Read More »

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When the Lions ran for over 100 yards as a team the past three years, they were 8-3. That includes the Hail Mary loss to Green Bay.聽 Womens Kwon Alexander Jersey And when the team averaged over 4.2 yards per carry during the same stretch, they posted a聽9-5 mark. But if you want to be... Read More »

Eagles get all their draft picks under contract

The Eagles only had five draft picks this year, which made it easy for them to wrap up the contract signing Ryan Murray Jersey process quickly. The team announced on Wednesday that they have signed all five of those picks. They are the first team in the league to have their entire draft class under... Read More »

Kahlil McKenzie is head down and ready to work on conversion

The time for the jokes and the trash talk is over. This kid is going to look like a first-round pick. He is an impressive player, Chiefs General Manager Brett Veach said. He鈥檚 a draftable talent just as a defensive lineman, and he would certainly be on an NFL roster this coming fall if he... Read More »

NFL struggles in survey of game-day experience

As the at-home viewing experience gets better and better, the NFL has struggled in recent years with the challenge of luring fans to the stadium. The results of a new survey demonstrate the depths of the NFL’s struggles to give fans the same kind of game-day experience that other sports provide. Via the San Jose... Read More »