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  • Andre Smith signs two-year deal with Bills March 7, 2021
    The Bills signed linebacker Andre Smith to a two-year deal Saturday, the team announced. Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reports the deal is worth up to $3 million. Smith, 23, was scheduled to become a restricted free agent later this month. The Bills traded with the Panthers to acquire Smith the week of the season […]
    Charean Williams
  • Disputed report regarding WFT investigation alleges a coverup March 7, 2021
    The coverup, as they say, is worse than the crime. Friday’s report from 106.7 The Fan in D.C. regarding the status of the investigation into the workplace culture at the Washington Football Team includes an explanation that attorney Beth Wilkinson’s recommended forfeiture of the franchise by majority owner Daniel Snyder flows in part from a perceived […]
    Mike Florio
  • Matt Nagy: Darnell Mooney has the ability to be Tyreek Hill or DeSean Jackson March 6, 2021
    Bears coach Matt Nagy thinks his team got one of the most talented receivers in football in the fifth round of last year’s draft. Darnell Mooney, who caught 61 passes for 631 yards as a rookie last season, could develop into one of the best big-play threats in the NFL, in Nagy’s view. “I’ve been […]
    Michael David Smith
  • Will Jimmy Garoppolo return to the Patriots? March 6, 2021
    In 2014, they drafted him. In 2017, they traded him. In 2021, could they be reacquiring him? Greg Bedard recently said on his podcast that 49ers quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo represents the Patriots’ “Plan A” at quarterback, via NBC Sports Bay Area. Bedard characterizes Garoppolo as “far and away” New England’s preferred choice. Of course, the […]
    Mike Florio
  • Site of three Super Bowls creates haunting image as it’s destroyed March 6, 2021
    The folks at FOX 5 in San Diego recently captured a photo of the in-process demolition of the former home of the Chargers. The stadium, which in the years before it became profitable to sell the rights was named for Jack Murphy, hosted three Super Bowls: XXII (won by Washington), XXXII (won by Denver), and […]
    Mike Florio
  • Would Bears unretire No. 3 for Russell Wilson? March 6, 2021
    The issue of retired numbers that aren’t really retired resurfaced this week when the Cardinals unretired Marshall Goldberg’s No. 99 for J.J. Watt. Another situation with retired numbers becoming unretired could happen in Chicago, if the Bears manage to trade for Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson. Wilson has worn No. 3 for nine NFL seasons in […]
    Mike Florio
  • Michael Brockers on J.J. Watt joining the Cardinals: “We all know who the real 9-9 is” March 6, 2021
    In his recent remarks to, defensive lineman Michael Brockers didn’t simply comment on his team’s eventual new quarterback. Brockers also was asked to name the best defensive line in the NFC West, given the arrival of J.J. Watt in Arizona. “You already know that question, bro. It’s all about consistency, what the Rams been […]
    Mike Florio
  • Will the Bears be able to land Russell Wilson? March 6, 2021
    The Bears need to upgrade the quarterback position. They’re reportedly planning to make a run for the ultimate potential upgrade: Russell Wilson. The mutual interest makes plenty of sense. The Bears haven’t had a true franchise quarterback since Sid Luckman. Wilson, in turn, wants to be the Patrick Mahomes of an offense, with the attack […]
    Mike Florio
  • Saints restructure Demario Davis, Cam Jordan contracts March 6, 2021
    The Saints remain well over the 2021 salary cap, but they’re chipping away at it. Today they’ve reached agreements with linebacker Demario Davis and defensive end Cameron Jordan to restructure their contracts, according to multiple reports. Jordan was scheduled to have an $18.9 million cap hit, the biggest on the team. Davis was scheduled to […]
    Michael David Smith
  • Michael Brockers: Matthew Stafford is a “level up” over Jared Goff March 6, 2021
    Rams coach Sean McVay can’t talk about quarterback Matthew Stafford until March 17, when the trade that brings him to L.A. from Detroit becomes official. Rams players can say whatever they want. Defensive lineman Michael Brockers recently told that there’s a clear difference between Stafford and Jared Goff. “Is it a level up?” Brockers […]
    Mike Florio
  • Saints re-sign Ty Montgomery March 6, 2021
    Ty Montgomery will stay with the Saints in 2021. Montgomery, the versatile running back, wide receiver and kick returner, has signed a one-year deal with the Saints, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports. Last year Montgomery spent most of the season inactive or on injured reserve, but in Week 17 he got his first substantial […]
    Michael David Smith
  • Aaron Rodgers still has “a competitive drive for excellence” March 6, 2021
    Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers is still motivated to be the best. Rodgers said in an Instagram appearance this week that he is as motivated as ever to succeed in everything he does, on and off the field. “We have to have something inside us that drives us,” Rodgers said, via the Green Bay Press-Gazette. “I […]
    Michael David Smith
  • Justin Britt signs with Texans March 6, 2021
    Free agent offensive lineman Justin Britt has signed with the Texans. He announced the news on Instagram, posting, “I’M BACK!” and tagging the Texans. Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reports Britt signed a one-year deal worth $3.2 million with a chance to make $5 million. Britt, 29, did not play last season while rehabbing a […]
    Charean Williams
  • Is Daniel Snyder using bots to boost his case with the NFL? March 6, 2021
    As Washington owner Daniel Snyder waits to learn his fate with the NFL as a result of an investigation into the culture of the organization and his own alleged involvement in it, Snyder could be trying to use social media to boost his case. Via Michael Phillips of the Richmond Times-Dispatch, someone has purchased Facebook […]
    Mike Florio
  • Former Cowboys offensive lineman Chris Schultz dies at 61 March 6, 2021
    Former Cowboys offensive lineman Chris Schultz died of a heart attack Thursday night, Andrew Bucholtz of Awful Announcing reports. Schultz was 61. Schultz, a native of Burlington, Ontario, most recently was a popular football analyst in Canada. The Cowboys made the University of Arizona product a seventh-round choice in 1983. The 6-foot-8, 277-pounder played in […]
    Charean Williams
  • Report: Dolphins hire Steve Gregory as coaching assistant March 6, 2021
    The Dolphins have hired Steve Gregory as a coaching assistant, Field Yates of ESPN reports. Gregory most recently coached the Lions’ secondary in 2020. He reunites with Dolphins head coach Brian Flores after playing for Flores in New England. Gregory, 38, played eight NFL seasons, six with the Chargers and two with the Patriots. His […]
    Charean Williams
  • Raiders cutting Richie Incognito March 5, 2021
    Richie Incognito will soon be a free agent. The Raiders will release Incognito, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. The move will take Incognito’s $5.475 million cap hit off the Raiders’ salary cap. He will have no dead cap hit. Incognito had season-ending ankle injury last year but is now running again. The 37-year-old Incognito […]
    Michael David Smith
  • NFL could still investigate, discipline Von Miller March 5, 2021
    The news that Broncos linebacker Von Miller won’t face charges ends the involvement of the criminal justice system. It doesn’t mean the matter conclusively and completely has ended, however. The NFL still has the power to investigate and to discipline Miller under the Personal Conduct Policy, if the NFL sees fit. In the aftermath of […]
    Mike Florio
  • White House announces Mercedes-Benz Stadium will ramp up vaccine site March 5, 2021
    The NFL told President Joe Biden last month that all 30 of its stadiums were available as mass coronavirus vaccination sites. Half of the NFL’s stadiums now are being used for that purpose, and the White House announced Friday that Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta will expand its intake of COVID-19 vaccinations. “We have a total […]
    Charean Williams
  • Report: Bears’ top priority at QB is a Russell Wilson trade March 5, 2021
    When Russell Wilson‘s agent put out word that he was willing to accept a trade, the Bears were among the four teams on Wilson’s list. And the Bears are very open to that. Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune reports that the Bears have prioritized trading for Wilson as they make their plans to upgrade […]
    Michael David Smith