Offseason additions Jimmy Kennedy and Sam Adams are making their presence felt along the Broncos' D-line, writes John Clayton.
The undersized QB from Liberty City in Miami weighs 178 pounds and didn't get invited to the combine. But he and his first-year agent still believe he has a place in the NFL.
Antonio Brown is not attending the Pittsburgh Steelers' first day of offseason workouts, a source told ESPN, and the All-Pro wide receiver is seeking a new contract.
Buccaneers general manager Licht stopped well short of saying how Tampa Bay will use the No. 1 pick but did acknowledge that there is a consensus favorite.
49ers guard Alex Boone says former coach Jim Harbaugh "wore out his welcome" with the team and "might be clinicaly insane."
A financial analysis projects that a proposed $1.7 billion NFL stadium near Los Angeles would need two teams to call it home to be a steady money-maker for the city where it would be constructed.
Adrian Peterson did not attend the start of the Vikings' offseason workout program Monday, league sources told ESPN, although his absence at this stage of the offseason was not a surprise.
Dallas Cowboys defensive end Greg Hardy has filed a petition in Mecklenburg County to have his domestic violence charges expunged from his record.
Despite speculation that he could be traded by San Diego to the Tennessee Titans for the No. 2 overall selection, Philip Rivers reported to the first day of voluntary offseason work.
Hall of Fame offensive tackle Bob St. Clair, a five-time Pro Bowler with a big personality who played all 11 of his seasons with his hometown San Francisco 49ers, died Monday. He was 84.
A.J. Green said Monday his representatives and the Cincinnati Bengals met in February to discuss signing him to a long-term deal.
Former Chicago Bears linebacker Doug Buffone, who played 14 seasons for the team, died Monday at the age of 70.
The NFL will announce its 2015 game schedule Tuesday night at 8 p.m. ET.
It has been an offseason of discontent for Dez Bryant, and that doesn't figure to change any time soon.
Eli Manning said he's fine with playing out the final year of his contract without an extension beyond 2015 and that his focus as offseason workouts begin is on improving.
Patriots safety Adrian Wilson joked Thursday that he was going to offer cornerback Kyle Arrington, who recently became a father, a year's worth of diapers in exchange for the number 24.
It won't impact the 2015 schedule, which will be released Tuesday at 8 p.m. ET, but a formula aimed at eliminating scheduling inequities has piqued the NFL's interest.
We've all heard the dramatic stories, but a recent study reveals that bankruptcy numbers for retired NFL players aren't as dire as previously reported.
The Miami Dolphins' gamble of bringing the living room to the stands has paid off, as the team has sold out all 32 areas in its renovated stadium.
The Eagles' signing of Tim Tebow seems to be more about Chip Kelly taking on a challenge than about the team's quarterback situation, Phil Sheridan writes.
Seattle quarterback Russell Wilson Wilson, for a second straight year, led all players in officially licensed sales, it was announced Monday.
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