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Cornerback Leon Hall won't be available when the Cincinnati Bengals begin their OTA work with their first practice on Tuesday. And in fact he may miss several offseason practices, which concludes on June 13 with the completion of the team's three-day mandatory minicamp.
Hall suffered a "torn thumb ligament" earlier this month while lifting, but he's expected to return before the completion of this year's OTA practices.
General Manager Bruce Allen said Monday it’s “too early to tell right now” if quarterback Robert Griffin III will be ready to practice when the Washington Redskins open training camp in late July.
“It’s great to hear the building is on schedule, ahead of schedule, and I’ve heard all those same phrases for our quarterback,” Allen said at a tour for reporters of the team’s under-construction training camp site in Richmond. “It’s too early to tell right now. He is doing everything that the doctors want him to do. He’s a great worker. I think that’s why there’s so much optimism that he’ll be ready at the beginning. But it’s really too...
With a number of Seahawks players in trouble the past few seasons for failed positive PED tests, the team reportedly has released the backup quarterback who was arrested this month on suspicion of DUI.
That would be Josh Portis, who was arrested May 5 and is scheduled to be arraigned May 28.
Though Portis' agent, JR Rickert, was adamant Portis was not arrested -- that tweet has since been deleted -- the Seahawks cut him Tuesday, according to the Everett Herald.
Bills rookie quarterback EJ Manuel said in a radio interview Sunday that the team’s offensive scheme has been extremely simple to learn under new head coach Doug Marrone and offensive coordinator Nathaniel Hackett.
Manuel said that the Bills’ offense has been easier to learn than the offense at Florida State.
“The funny thing is it’s easier to learn than the offense I had at Florida State,” Manuel, the Bills’ first round draft pick, told SiriusXM NFL Radio, according to ESPN.com. “It’s a true West Coast-type progression offense. That’s really what I wanted when I was coming through the pre-draft process. I wanted something that I could...
New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski’s infection cleared up after a fourth surgery on his left arm, according to multiple reports.
NFL.com’s Ian Rapoport and Pro Football Talk’s Mike Wilkening both reported, citing league sources, that doctors were able to determine that the infection in Gronkowski’s arm is gone and that no further surgery on his arm is planned. Gronkowski initially suffered the arm injury last November and had been plagued by recurring problems ever since.
The surgeries aren’t yet over for Gronkowski, however. He is expected to need back surgery this offseason to address chronic back pain. Gronkowski recently...
As expected, the NFL awarded Super Bowl L to San Francisco and Super Bowl LI to Houston. Miami was the losing city in both cases.
San Francisco won out because it will have a $1.2 billion state-of-the-art stadium to showcase the milestone 50th Super Bowl, which will be played in February 2016. That was too much for Miami to overcome—especially after the Florida Legislature recently opted not to vote on a bill that would have provided $350 million in public funding for a critical renovation of Sun Life Stadium.
Without the renovation, Miami’s chances were doomed despite its rich Super Bowl history. For the same reason, Miami wasn’t...
Josh Freeman became Tampa Bay's first 4,000-yard passer a year ago, however his inconsistency contributed to a 7-9 finish and energized speculation about his future with the team.
The chatter intensified when the Bucs selected North Carolina State's Mike Glennon in the third round of last month's NFL draft.
"It's competition, and I love it," Schiano, who is beginning his second season with the Bucs after a long run a Rutgers, said.
"But we have our starting quarterback. It's Josh Freeman," the coach added. "I'm not looking to find a new one, but I do like to have quality depth at every position. When you get that, just naturally...
Lions receiver Calvin Johnson apparently had more than one injury last season.
Johnson confirmed that he played with broken fingers last season earlier today, but the team said his fingers were injured. Last season, Johnson claimed to have played with a concussion and nerve damage in his hand for nearly a month before the Lions issued a press release to say that injury never occurred.
"I had a couple of injuries to them," Johnson said. "Other than that, it ain't nothing that's going to prohibit me from doing what I got to do."
Johnson was asked when the injury occurred, but he was unsure.
"The thing is, the thing with a lot of...
The Seattle Seahawks could face fines from the National Football League for multiple players being suspended in a season for violating the league’s performance-enhancing drugs policy after Seahawks defensive end Bruce Irvin was suspended last week, reports NFL.com.
Irvin will miss the first four games of the upcoming season after reportedly testing positive for Adderall, which is a drug more commonly used for the treatment of attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder.
The Seahawks have had more PED suspensions than any other team in the NFL since head coach Pete Carroll took over the team in 2010.
The other Seahawks suspended were...
Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo will miss at least three weeks of offseason workouts after a procedure to remove a cyst from his back.
The team's website reported Tuesday that Romo underwent the procedure last month and could return for the mandatory minicamp that starts June 11. He will be ready for training camp in July.
Romo signed a six-year, $108 million extension with $55 million guaranteed in March.
The Dallas Morning News reported that the outpatient procedure was performed before the NFL draft. Romo was restricted to light conditioning work in April but has been cleared to throw.