Raiders GM Reggie McKenzie is looking to dip into the Packers crop of coaches to find his new head man, and by all indications, the Raiders are headed in a brand new direction under his guidance.
In all likelihood, the New Orleans Saints will have to give Drew Brees the franchise tag, which means they could lose Marques Colston and Carl Nicks. The chances they'll retain all three? Not good.
While the Browns, Dolphins, and Redskins have appeared to be the front-runners to trade with the Rams to draft Robert Griffin III, a new team has jumped into the mix: the Philadelphia Eagles.
The chances that Peyton Manning turns into a free agent this week are good. The chances that the New York Jets make an offer to the future Hall-of-Famer? They're just as good.
The Buccaneers have made the biggest free agency splash so far, with Vincent Jackson and Carl Nicks joining Josh Freeman in Tampa Bay.
With the news that Peyton Manning worked out for Jim Harbaugh, the 49ers have joined the Titans and Broncos as the most likely teams to land Manning's services. Which team will win the Mann-hunt?
The Dolphins missed their chance at Peyton Manning. They’re next move? Do whatever it takes to sign Matt Flynn. But the Seahawks won’t let them get away with it so easily.
After only two career starts, Matt Flynn landed a three-year deal with the Seahawks with $10 million guaranteed. Meanwhile, the 49ers, Panthers and Patriots each picked a position and stocked up.
Peyton Manning officially became a Denver Bronco on Tuesday, and Tim Tebow was officially placed on the trading block. What teams will make an offer? According to Hub Arkush, there won't be many.
Matt Forte didn't get the long-term deal he hoped for with the Bears. Instead, he was franchised, and Michael Bush joins him in Chicago with just as much guaranteed money. What gives?
Warren Sapp reported that Jeremy Shockey gave up the Saints' bounty program to the NFL, but Shockey has evidence to suggest he wasn't. What's more important, who's going to coach the Saints in 2012?
The Texans may have a capable crew of young players ready to step up now that Mario Williams, DeMeco Ryans and Eric Winston have moved elsewhere. But who will replace Ryans and Winston as leaders?
The Redskins and Cowboys have each been penalized for restructuring contracts to get an advantage in an uncapped year. What does it mean for the teams, and why are some owners so angry about it?
Maurice Jones-Drew had a career season in 2011, earning the NFL rushing title. Now, he's decided he's not so content with his contract. He's a no-show early in Jacksonville.
Over a decade of NFL experience has earned Eagles CB Asante Samuel a healthy paycheck, but his price is too steep for Philadelphia to want to keep him. Could he be moved before Thursday's NFL Draft?
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