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  • Zac Taylor: Signing players from playoff teams “certainly helps our culture” April 9, 2020
    The Bengals have signed eight free agents from other teams since the new league year opened and there are common threads among the group. Six of the players are on the defensive side of the ball and two of those players — Trae Waynes and Mackensie Alexander — played in the same secondary for the […]
    Josh Alper
  • Bills think Devin Singletary can be their workhorse back April 9, 2020
    The Bills don’t have a first-round pick in this month’s draft because of the trade for wide receiver Stefon Diggs, but they will be taking part in the final two days of the draft and one area some people believe they’ll look to add help is running back. Frank Gore is gone after leading the […]
    Josh Alper
  • Ron Rivera referring back to lockout lessons April 9, 2020
    No one in the NFL has dealt with an issue quite like the coronavirus outbreak, which has altered everything about the offseason, and potentially longer. But Washington coach Ron Rivera has been forced into a long break, so he’s adapting lessons as he can. The lockout wiped out his first offseason as a coach in […]
    Darin Gantt
  • Drew Brees: NFC South got more challenging this offseason April 9, 2020
    Tom Brady‘s arrival in Tampa changed the outlook for the Buccaneers and it also set up multiple matchups with one of the NFL’s other top quarterbacks of all time. Drew Brees re-signed with the Saints for the same two years that Brady signed up for with the Bucs, so they’re on track to face off […]
    Josh Alper
  • Ravens release Ufomba Kamalu April 9, 2020
    The Ravens have spent the offseason working on their defensive line, and let go of a previous member. Per the league’s transaction wire, the Ravens released defensive end Ufomba Kamalu. The well-traveled 27-year-old has spent time with the Texans, Cardinals, and Patriots as well, appearing in 15 games. The Ravens traded for Calais Campbell, tried […]
    Darin Gantt
  • Julian Edelman cleared of vandalism charges April 9, 2020
    Julian Edelman has socially distanced himself, . . . from his legal troubles, anyway. According to, the misdemeanor vandalism charges against the Patriots wide receiver have been dropped. He was charged after jumping on the hood of a car in January, and it’s no upset to learn that alcohol may have been involved. He […]
    Darin Gantt
  • Tom Brady won’t say he’s better than Joe Montana April 9, 2020
    When Tom Brady was a child, Joe Montana was his favorite football player. And Brady still puts Montana on a pedestal. Brady was asked by Howard Stern whether he has surpassed his childhood hero, and Brady refused to say he’s better than Montana. “I can’t say that,” Brady said. “I would never say that. That’s […]
    Michael David Smith
  • Second Allegiant Stadium worker tests positive for coronavirus April 9, 2020
    A second construction worker at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas has tested positive for the novel coronavirus, according to Mick Akers of the Las Vegas Review-Journal. The second confirmed case comes close to two weeks after the first case was announced by Mortenson-McCarthy on March 25. Like the initial case, the construction venture said the […]
    Curtis Crabtree
  • NFL encourages prospects’ agents to “proactively scrub” old tweets April 9, 2020
    As the NFL prepares to celebrate the arrival of hundreds of new prospects during the upcoming draft, the league is sensitive to the possibility that those celebrations can be marred by the emergence of past tweets that reflect poorly on a given player and, in turn, on the league. Per a league source, the NFL […]
    Mike Florio
  • Santa Clara County executive doesn’t expect sports until Thanksgiving April 9, 2020
    Guesstimates over exactly when sporting events and large gatherings have a reasonable chance of returning to daily life remain educated projections at best at this point. However, a Santa Clara County executive isn’t optimistic sports will return any time in the near future. According to the Los Angeles Times, Dr. Jeffrey Smith told the Santa […]
    Curtis Crabtree
  • Clay Matthews says Rams owe him, too April 9, 2020
    Running back Todd Gurley isn’t the only player to whom the Rams allegedly owe money. Responding to Gurley’s tweet that the Rams as “past due” and to “send me money,” Matthews tweeted on Wednesday night, “You and me both TG! Better get some interest with that too.” Per a source with knowledge of the situation, Matthews […]
    Mike Florio
  • Andrew Hawkins, Joe Thomas raising money to feed Ohio children April 9, 2020
    Former Browns players Andrew Hawkins and Joe Thomas announced a joint donation to help feed children in Ohio communities affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. Through Children’s Hunger Alliance (CHA), the pair seeks to feed children who have lost access to meals. For every dollar donated, Hawkins and Thomas personally will match the donation up to […]
    Charean Williams
  • Bills G.M. Brandon Beane joins #PFTPM for extended chat April 9, 2020
    Brandon Beane won’t be busy on the first night of the draft, since his team doesn’t have a first-round pick in 2020. But the Bills G.M. has been keeping busy in advance of the draft, getting the word out regarding efforts to help his community during the ongoing pandemic. Beane joined #PFTPM on Wednesday to […]
    Mike Florio
  • Todd Gurley says Rams are “past due” and to “send me money” April 9, 2020
    Running back Todd Gurley is no longer a Ram, but his business with the Rams apparently hasn’t concluded. Gurley took to Twitter on Wednesday to send a message to the Rams, telling them that they are “past due” and to “[s]end me money.” Although the Rams cut Gurley before the third day of the league […]
    Mike Florio
  • Geno Smith fires back, calls Rex Ryan “a snake” April 8, 2020
    If controversy is what ESPN covets, Rex Ryan is providing it. He has gone on a rip-a-thon over the past week, making it personal for no good reason. Last week he called Cowboys receiver Amari Cooper, one of the league’s good guys, a “turd.” Ryan apologized after being roundly criticized for his word choice. On […]
    Charean Williams
  • Who are the best players in the AFC East? April 8, 2020
    As the draft approaches, PFT Live is taking a look at the biggest needs of every team, one division at a time. And to complement that discussion (i.e., fill the two hours every morning), we’re conducting drafts of the best players currently in each division. We started the process earlier this week with the AFC […]
    Mike Florio
  • Drew Brees: Stay at home, out of harm’s way April 8, 2020
    While some NFL players are flaunting their workouts on social media in violation of stay-at-home orders, Drew Brees is encouraging everyone to stay home. The Saints quarterback went on The Ellen Show with the message that the more everyone follows the rules, the quicker sports can return and life can resume at something akin to […]
    Charean Williams
  • Chiefs signing DeAndre Washington to one-year deal April 8, 2020
    The Chiefs have agreed to terms on a one-year deal with running back DeAndre Washington, Terez Paylor of Yahoo Sports reports. Washington, 27, spent his first four seasons with the Raiders after they made him a fifth-round choice. In 2019, he played 16 games with three starts. Washington saw action on 271 offensive snaps and […]
    Charean Williams
  • NFL will use draft as fundraiser for COVID-19 relief efforts April 8, 2020
    The NFL will use the draft as a three-day virtual fundraiser, benefiting six charities. The league announced Wednesday that the NFL Foundation selected six non-profits that are helping in the fight against the spread of COVID-19 or delivering relief to those in need because of the pandemic. The live draft coverage on ABC, ESPN, ESPN […]
    Charean Williams
  • Rex Ryan: Brady made Patriots great, give Belichick Geno Smith and see if he wins April 8, 2020
    Tom Brady today called the question of whether he or Bill Belichick is more responsible for the Patriots’ success “a s–tty argument.” Shortly after that, Rex Ryan went on ESPN and engaged in that argument. Ryan, who faced Brady and Belichick twice a year for eight years as head coach of the Jets and Bills, […]
    Michael David Smith