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Chad Johnson was just arrested in Florida after a Broward County judge determined he violated his probation stemming from his 2012 domestic violence bust, TMZ.com reports.
A warrant had been issued for Johnson's arrest earlier this month after he failed to report to his probation officer on two occasions and failed to show proof of enrollment in a domestic violence education class.
Johnson's probation stemmed from his domestic violence conviction involving ex-wife Evelyn Lozada last year.
Johnson appeared in a Broward County courtroom over his alleged probation violation and moments ago, the judge determined Chad was in violation...
The latest example that Philadelphia Eagles coach Chip Kelly might prepare his team a little different than most: Wide receiver Jason Avant and tight end Clay Harbor both took snaps on the defensive side of the ball during organized team activities last week.
But it's not going to be a permanent change. Harbor says he was tried out just in case of emergency.
"I'm a tight end, and for emergency situations, and just versatility purposes, for me, I'm learning (outside linebacker)," Harbor told the Philadelphia Inquirer over the weekend.
Avant took some snaps with defensive backs, but he's not changing positions either. Both players...
One name still floating on the free agent market that we haven't heard much about is former top 10 draft pick Quentin Jammer.
"I know there was speculation about me retiring. I'm, like, who said that?" Jammer told U-T San Diego on Sunday at a charity golf event. "I would never retire. I definitely don't want to go into retirement and then regret retiring and try to play later. I want to play while I still feel great."
Jammer has spent all 11 seasons of his NFL career in San Diego. He said he has spoken to a number of teams, including the Washington Redskins, which he described as the "most exciting visit I had." His preference, though,...
The Miami Dolphins have signed former University of Florida tailback Mike Gillislee, making him the fifth member of the 2013 draft class to sign his rookie deal,Omar Kelly of the South Florida Sun-Sentinel reports.
Gillislee, whom the Dolphins' used the 164th overall pick to selection in the fifth round of this year's draft, signed a four-year deal worth $2.322 million, according to a league source.
Gillslee, who will participate in OTA practices this upcoming week, will receive a signing bonus of $162,800.
Source: The Redzone
Seahawks backup quarterback Josh Portis will be arraigned May 28 for driving while intoxicated, after being arrested on May 5.
Portis was pulled over at 9:26 p.m. on May 5 after he was observed driving 80 miles an hour in a 60-mile-an-hour zone exiting the Mount Baker Tunnel on eastbound I-90 in a 2008 Range Rover.
A report from the Washington State Patrol says the officer noticed “a strong odor of intoxicants coming from the vehicle” and that the driver “had watery bloodshoot eyes.”
Portis later submitted to two blood tests and registered blood alcohol concentration readings of .092 and .078. The legal limit in the state of...
The NFL and NFL Players Association are on the verge of pushing back the draft to May and moving up the start of the league year to before the Indianapolis scouting combine, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. This according to league and union sources, .
As for the draft, the NFLPA is close to signing off on allowing the NFL to move the draft to May from April for at least the next three years, according to sources. Under the current collective bargaining agreement, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell can set the date of the draft without the NFLPA's approval, although he would prefer to have the union's blessing to maintain league...
There were a few skeptics when the Seattle Seahawks hired Pete Carroll in the Pacific Northwest, but they are a lot harder to find after the Seahawks won 11 games in 2012.
That's why we found it notable to see Carroll take some local heat in the wake of defensive end Bruce Irvin's suspension for performance-enhancing substances. Seven Seahawks players have tested positive for a substance since 2011, six were forced to serve suspensions, with cornerback Richard Sherman successfully winning an appeal. John McGrath of the Tacoma News Tribune wonders how much Carroll should be held accountable.
"I keep waiting for Carroll to deplore the...
New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski will undergo a fourth procedure on his troublesome left forearm on Monday, according to the Boston Herald.
If all the infection is gone from the forearm, then a new plate will inserted into the forearm to help the healing process.Gronkowksi originally broke the forearm last season, and then again in the playoffs. He underwent a third procedure in the off-season.
Gronkowski could also be facing issues with his back, according to multiple reports.
Source: National Football Post
Mario Williams Houston lawsuit to win back the $785,000 engagement ring he gave his ex-fiance Erin Marzouki stirred up some controversey over some troubling text messages sent by Williams to Marzouki.
In the texts, he threatened to take hydrocodones and alluded to "suicidal thoughts." Williams said Monday he received those painkillers from the Bills.
Tim Graham of the Buffalo News reports Williams said the pain killers were prescribed and dispensed by Bills. He didn't dispute the texts but said he is not suicidal.
Bills coach Doug Marrone won't comment on specifics of the Williams story but said the team is taking it...
The Buffalo Bills reached an agreement early Monday to sign receiver Robert Woods, their second-round draft pick, according to a person familiar with negotiations.
The person spoke on the condition of anonymity because the team had not announced the move.
Woods spent this past weekend taking part in the NFL Players Association-sponsored ''Rookie Premiere'' festivities in Los Angeles. He was scheduled to return to Buffalo for the start of the team's three-day minicamp Monday.
Selected 41st overall out of Southern California last month, Woods was regarded as the most polished among the draft-eligible receiver prospects following a...