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  • Ravens will get $150,000 in tax money for soccer game, angering Maryland’s treasurer July 1, 2022
    Public officials are increasingly questioning whether NFL teams are getting too sweet a deal on their stadiums, at the expense of the taxpayers, and the latest such question is coming from the treasurer of Maryland about a deal given to the Baltimore Ravens. English soccer teams Arsenal and Everton will play at M&T Bank Stadium […]
    Michael David Smith
  • Jay Cutler hopes Justin Fields is “the next big thing” in Chicago July 1, 2022
    The Bears have had only five Pro Bowl quarterbacks since the all-star game was created in its present form in 1951. Mitchell Trubisky was one of those, serving as a Pro Bowl replacement for Jared Goff in 2018. But frankly, the Bears have experienced a lifetime of disappointment at the position in the Super Bowl […]
    Charean Williams
  • Deshaun Watson ruling may be weeks away July 1, 2022
    The three-day hearing in the matter of Browns quarterback Deshaun Watson has ended. So when will Judge Sue L. Robinson issue a decision? Per multiple reports, she has asked the two sides to submit written briefs in support of their respective positions by Monday, July 11. At that point, she’ll have everything she needs to […]
    Mike Florio
  • USC, UCLA join Big Ten, starting in 2024 July 1, 2022
    It’s official: USC and UCLA are the newest Big Ten programs. Both schools announced on Thursday evening that they have joined the Big Ten, starting with the 2024 football season. The schools will be Big Ten members in all sports, but this move is all about football. It’s football that generates the enormous television revenues […]
    Michael David Smith
  • Hassan Haskins working to carve out a role behind Derrick Henry June 30, 2022
    The Titans needed a backup running back after losing D'Onta Foreman to the Panthers this offseason. Foreman had 133 carries for 566 yards and three touchdowns last season while subbing for the injured Derrick Henry. Henry is back healthy, but with Foreman gone, fourth-round choice Hassan Haskins will help backup the two-time rushing champ. “In […]
    Charean Williams
  • Deshaun Watson hearing concludes, after three days June 30, 2022
    The Deshaun Watson hearing is over. Three days of testimony and argument have concluded. Per a source with knowledge of the proceedings, some relevant information appears below. First, the NFL interviewed 12 women who are making allegations against the Browns quarterback. Five cases became the focal point of the league’s presentation. Second, the NFL’s case […]
    Mike Florio
  • Falcons waive Dom Maggio June 30, 2022
    The Falcons waived punter Dom Maggio to make room for Bradley Pinion‘s signing. The team announced the addition of Pinion earlier in the way, with the veteran punter signing a one-year deal. Seth Vernon remains on the roster at the position to compete with Pinion. Maggio, 24, signed a futures contract with the Falcons in […]
    Charean Williams
  • Trayveon Williams will co-teach NIL class at A&M’s School of Law next offseason June 30, 2022
    Bengals running back Trayveon Williams‘ new offseason job began as a joke. It’s no joke: Williams will serve as an adjunct professor at Texas A&M’s School of Law next spring, co-teaching a class on name, image and likeness (NIL) law and athlete advocacy, alongside sports attorney and consultant Alex Sinatra. Above The Law, a legal […]
    Charean Williams
  • Judge Robinson could impose not much punishment, if any, on Deshaun Watson June 30, 2022
    On one hand, Browns quarterback Deshaun Watson has had 24 different women accuse him in civil court of sexual misconduct during massage therapy sessions. On the other hand, Watson was never charged with a crime. In the middle resides the NFL. Because the Watson case has become the first one to be processed under the […]
    Mike Florio
  • Amari Cooper ready to grow into role of team leader June 30, 2022
    Amari Cooper turned 28 earlier this month. He’s not old, but he’s the second-oldest receiver on the roster with Jakeem Grant Sr. 20 months older. That leaves Cooper in an unfamiliar position of the old guy in the receivers room. The nine other receivers on the team’s roster are 24 or younger. “That’s the position […]
    Charean Williams
  • USC, UCLA poised to join Big Ten in latest college football shakeup June 30, 2022
    The big business of college football is getting another shakeup, with USC and UCLA poised to join the Big Ten. The move, which is not done but is reportedly very close, would be devastating to the Pac-12, which is already on shaky ground in the television revenue department and is now about to lose both […]
    Michael David Smith
  • Cowboys announce 13 open practices in Oxnard June 30, 2022
    The Cowboys will return to Oxnard, California, for the 16th time in team history. It will mark the 43rd time the team has trained in Southern California. The Cowboys will open the 63rd training camp in team history on July 27 at the Residence Inn at River Ridge. The final open practice in Oxnard is […]
    Charean Williams
  • Lions expect to “see more athleticism” from Alim McNeill this season June 30, 2022
    The Lions are looking for big jumps from a number of young players during the 2022 season and defensive tackle Alim McNeill is on that list. McNeill was a third-round pick last season and he appeared in every game at nose tackle for the NFC North team. McNeill had 39 tackles and two sacks, but […]
    Josh Alper
  • Bradley Pinion signs with Falcons June 30, 2022
    Bradley Pinion has found a new home in the NFC South. The Falcons announced on Thursday that they’ve signed the punter to a one-year contract. Pinion spent the last three seasons with the Buccaneers he averaged 42.5 yards per punt in 2021. He handled kickoff duties, too, sending 79.8 percent of them for touchbacks last […]
    Myles Simmons
  • Sean McVay: I wish I’d handled trading Jared Goff better as a leader June 30, 2022
    Just over three years ago, Rams head coach Sean McVay said it was “insane” to think quarterback Jared Goff would go anywhere. Obviously, things changed. And everything worked out as well as possible for Los Angeles after the club traded Goff to the Lions as part of the deal for quarterback Matthew Stafford since the […]
    Myles Simmons
  • Mac Jones worked out with Nelson Agholor, Tre Nixon this week June 30, 2022
    Patriots quarterback Mac Jones earned a lot of good reviews from his teammates over the course of the team’s offseason program and he’s continuing to work toward a better second season ahead of training camp. Wide receiver Nelson Agholor posted videos and pictures of a workout with Mac Jones in California to his Instagram account […]
    Josh Alper
  • Steelers’ seventh-round rookie QB Chris Oladokun confident he can prove he belongs June 30, 2022
    The Steelers made Kenny Pickett the first quarterback selected in the 2022 NFL draft, and so much attention has been paid to Pickett that many fans may have forgotten that the Steelers picked another quarterback as well. That was Chris Oladokun, a seventh-round pick from South Dakota State, who is going to have a tough […]
    Michael David Smith
  • Oakland tries to get U.S. Supreme Court to overturn dismissal of Raiders relocation lawsuit June 30, 2022
    St. Louis crafted a successful legal challenge to the relocation of the Rams. Oakland, to date, has been unable to do the same regarding the relocation of the Raiders. A federal judge dismissed Oakland’s antitrust action in May 2021. In December, the U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit upheld the ruling. Now, […]
    Mike Florio
  • Panthers sign fourth-round pick Brandon Smith June 30, 2022
    With training camp getting underway in about a month, the Panthers have taken care of some outstanding business on Thursday. Carolina announced that linebacker Brandon Smith has signed his rookie deal. A fourth-round pick out of Penn State, Smith is now under contract with the Panthers through 2025. Smith is the fifth of Carolina’s six […]
    Myles Simmons
  • Dolphins will have eight open training camp practices June 30, 2022
    The Dolphins had an exciting offseason, switching coaches and adding some talented players to boost quarterback Tua Tagovailoa — including receiver Tyreek Hill. If fans want to see for themselves if Tagovailoa is more accurate than Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes, they’ll have several chances to do so this summer. Miami announced on Thursday that the […]
    Myles Simmons

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