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Could the Chiefs miss the playoffs? Five reasons why it's not crazy

Mike Clay ESPN Writer Close Fantasy football, NFL analyst for Member of Pro Football Writers of America Founding director of Pro Football Focus Fantasy 2013 FSTA award winner for most accurate preseason rankings Follow on Twitter The 2018 season felt like a breakout for the Kansas City Chiefs

Rookie receivers' best routes and how they fit with their new NFL team

Cam Mellor Pro Football Focus not only grades every single player on every play of every game in the NFL, it also expands to every FBS game since 2014. Using that dataset, we look at how the 13 wide receivers taken in Rounds 1-3 of the 2019 NFL draft and the four first- and second-round tight ends fit

Kurt Warner says Seahawks Russell Wilson isnt a top-five NFL QB, and he might be right

Twitter story, or real story? It can be hard to tell. Sometimes a tweet gets fired off, 36 people get fired up, and all of a sudden there's “controversy” when, in reality, no one beyond those 36 cares. I have a feeling the latest with Kurt Warner is closer to a Twitter story, but hey — it's just

Chris Long reveals longtime marijuana use, how he beat NFL drug tests

Less than 72 hours into his retirement from the NFL, Chris Long revealed a secret, saying he smoked his "fair share" of marijuana during his 11-year career. And he said the NFL's testing for the banned drug was easy to beat. Long, who announced his retirement via Twitter on Saturday, appeared

Goodell: No NFL discipline of Kraft until court case resolved

NFL commissioner Roger Goodell told reporters at the league's spring meetings on Wednesday that the NFL will take no disciplinary action against Robert Kraft until the Patriots owner's solicitation of prostitution case is resolved. Kraft's trial has been put on hold indefinitely as prosecutors

NFL notebook: Panthers' Newton not throwing, Olsen healthy

Cam Newton was not cleared to throw as the Carolina Panthers worked out together Wednesday, four months after the quarterback had shoulder surgery. Head coach Ron Rivera said the team remains focused on Newton returning at full strength for the start of training camp in July. "We'll just continue

Winslow trial: Jane Doe 2 details allegations

Tuesday was as good of a day as possible for Kellen Winslow's defense in a case that can put him behind bars for life. Wednesday presented a far more daunting challenge.

Jimmy Garoppolo says 49ers QBs all stand to benefit from competition

Mullens and Beathard are expected to split the 11-on-11 practice snaps during the offseason program while Garoppolo is relegated to just 7-on-7 drills.

Opinion: Don't hold your breath for quick NFL action to allow medical marijuana

KEY BISCAYNE, Fla. — Don't hold your breath if you're thinking the NFL is on the brink of giving players the green light to smoke their pain away with marijuana. Sure, the league has put a progressive foot forward in striking an agreement this week with the NFL Players Association in the name

NFL committee to decide whether to tweak interference rule

Owners voted in March to allow pass interference calls or non-calls to be challenged by coaches and reviewed via replay as a one-year experiment. Under the rule adopted then, in the final two minutes only officials in the booth can stop the game for reviews involving pass interference, as is the case

Long admits marijuana use, points to flaws in NFL testing

Recently retired defensive end Chris Long admits to using marijuana as an NFL player, saying that the league should move toward a place where testing positive does not result in a suspension. "Listen, if not for that, I'm not as capable of coping with the stressors of day-to-day NFL life.

NFL asks teams to eliminate dangerous Oklahoma drill to reduce concussions

The Oklahoma drill may have factored into the league's high concussion rate during training camp.

Raiders trying to keep Darren Waller one of NFL's 'best-kept secrets'

The Raiders are really, really excited about Darren Waller. Just don't ask them about him.

This NFL team-branded golf bag has a built-in, insulated beverage pocket

If your golf game has been lacking ice cold beverages and NFL pride, we havethe perfect product for you

Cleveland, Kansas City to host future NFL Drafts

Having missed out for 2020, Cleveland and Kansas City will each get to host the NFL Draft in coming years.

Landon Collins is thrilled to be with the Redskins and can't wait to get revenge on the Giants

In talking to ESPN, Landon Collins unloaded quite a bit on the Giants' decision to let him go. He's happy where he's at now, though - and is dying to see his former team, too.

NFL may have just saved New York from Giants, Jets TV torture

If the Giants and Jets are unwatchable yet again, the NFL may have just provided New York with a quick fix. At the Spring League Meeting on Wednesday, the league eliminated the so-called “singleheader rule,” meaning that every market will get three games broadcast on Sundays. Previously, if a local team

Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson reflects on Doug Baldwin's NFL legacy

Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson explains former teammate Doug Baldwin's NFL legacy.

NFL Officially Bans The 'Oklahoma Drill'

The Oklahoma Drill is no more—at least at the NFL level. The ban comes after league officials noticed teams consistently reporting high rates of ...

NFL makes broadcast changes, including single-header rule and playoff game kickoff times

Local blackouts, be gone.

Why would the NFL delay talk of OT change for a year?

In March, there seemed to be momentum for an adjustment to postseason overtime that would allow each team to have a guaranteed possession. As recently as three weeks ago, it appeared that the momentum was still there. Now, it's gone. For at least a year. With the votes not in place to implement the

WATCH: Who will be the Broncos starting quarterback in 2019?

The Denver Broncos can't settle on a quarterback. They haven't had stability at the position since Peyton Manning. Following him, they've jumped from Trevor Siemian to Brock Osweiler to Paxton Lynch to Case Keenum. Now, they've got a quasi quarterback battle between Joe Flacco and Drew

Chiefs' overtime rule change proposal inspired by Patriots falls flat

The NFL won't be changing its overtime rules despite the Chiefs' gripe with how the AFC Championship Game went down.

Ranking NFL's best wide receivers: OBJ, AB make way for Nuk, other risers in 2019

When it comes to operatic offense, it doesn't get much better than the best wide receivers in the NFL. In 2019, there has been a little more drama than usual off the field, as two of the position's most popular superstars moved teams in blockbuster trades. The wideouts who made the cut in our

Seahawks got 'bigger and tougher' with Mike Iupati on offensive line

Perhaps the biggest revolving door for the Seattle Seahawks in recent years has been at left guard. J.R. Sweezy's departure means that the Seahawks will have their sixth different starter in the last six seasons, with no one holding down the position consistently since James Carpenter left in 2014

One advanced metric trend suggests John Ross is headed for a breakout year

Cincinnati  Bengals wideout John Ross is entering the most critical year of his career. Ross scored seven times a year ago, yet his campaign is mostly remembered for dropped passes and miscommunications with quarterbacks. His play has improved, but not to a top-10 level to quiet some of the expectations

Self-Scouting: Evaluating recent Rivals five-star WR/TE rankings

Did Rivals over-perform or under-perform with its five-star receiver and tight end rankings from 2012-15?

Minnesota native, NFL vet Ryan Harris knows Vikings assistants Kubiak, Dennison well

EAGAN, Minn. — When Ryan Harris gives his wife flowers, he often thinks of Gary Kubiak. Harris, a former NFL tackle who starred at Cretin-Derham Hall High School in St. Paul, played three seasons for Kubiak when he was head coach at Houston and Denver. That included a victory in Super Bowl 50 with the

Jason Witten's return to Dallas Cowboys is 'like he never left'

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer Close Covered NFL since 1997, Cowboys since 2003 Previously covered Bengals and Dolphins Lives in Dallas area with his wife and two children Follow on Twitter FRISCO, Texas -- Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott thought he was done answering questions at the Reliant

NFL news: There is hope after early CBA extension talks

The NFL and the Players Association have, so far, had two meetings regarding a new collective bargaining agreement. To date, NFL Network's Ian Rapoport said Tuesday the talks have been described as “cordial” and “amicable.” In short, no one is being taken to court yet and talks may be heading in

Bill Belichick once again ranked as the NFL's best general manager

Coming off a loss in Super Bowl 52, the New England Patriots saw numerous key contributors depart via last year's free agency: Nate Solder, Danny Amendola, Dion Lewis and Malcolm Butler were among those leaving the team to join greener pastures elsewhere. The Patriots train, however, kept rolling

Around SB Nation: What Other NFL Blogs Are Discussing

AFC EAST: Patriots signing Julian Edelman to two-year contract extension - Pats Pulpit Looks like the Super Bowl MVP is going nowhere. Jets sign punter Matt Darr; waive Jordan Leggett - Gang Green Nation The Jets have added another punter to their roster, Matt Darr. Buffalo Bills re-sign defensive end

Packers Paying The Price For Porous 2017 Draft Class

Kevin King over T.J. Watt. Josh Jones instead of JuJu Smith-Schuster. Montravius Adams over Kenny Golladay. Vince Biegel instead of, well, just about anybody. These are the types of costly decisions that make or break drafts, define legacies and can lead to either extensions or pink slips. During the

Texans tackle Tytus Howard getting adjusted to the speed of the NFL

There are a myriad of adjustments Houston Texans first-round offensive tackle Tytus Howard must make to excel in the NFL, but one of them he is picking up well is the speed of pro football. According to coach Bill O'Brien Tuesday during the first week of organized team activities, the former Alabama

Roethlisberger apologises after falling out with Antonio Brown

Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger has apologised to Antonio Brown over their falling out at the end of last season.

Derek Carr wasn't worried about Raiders drafting a QB, believes it's his team

Derek Carr is still the Raiders' quarterback, despite plenty of speculation.

NFL Podcast: Gang green's red wedding – the latest Jets horror-show plus 'Game of Thrones' takes

Terez Paylor and Charles Robinson welcome Yahoo Sports' very own Kimberley A. Martin to talk about the latest troublesome episode from one of the teams she covers most: the New York Jets.

Reaction: Peter King picks Ravens 12th in 2019 Power Rankings

A few spots too high on the list, Peter King picked the Ravens 12th in his preseason power rankings.

Rankings Tease

Jesse Pantuosco peels back the curtain on his 2019 fantasy rankings in Tuesday's Bump and Run. (Getty Images)

Landon Collins rips Giants: They let me go over a desire for 'culture change'

Landon Collins is no longer with the New York Giants, but he hasn't yet been able to get over the team's decision to let him walking in free agency. So rather than focusing on his role with the Washington Redskins, he continues to discuss general manager Dave Gettleman and Big Blue. A mere week

Joe Namath: NFL should use pot for pain as long as athletes don't get high and drive

"If it makes you get over some pain that you may have in some form -- God bless you -- but don’t get out on the highway with it," Namath said.

Carl Carter, who starred at FW Wyatt, Texas Tech and in the NFL, dies at 55

Former Fort Worth Wyatt standout Carl Carter, who played seven seasons in the NFL, died on May 15 at the age of 55. Carter graduated from Wyatt in 1982 before playing three years at Texas Tech. While in Lubbock, Carter, who played defensive back, made nine interceptions in 33 games. “When I heard the

Former NFL player Kellen Winslow II emotionless as rape trial begins

Former NFL player Kellen Winslow II sat emotionless Monday as his trial on charges that he raped three women began in a Vista, California, court, the San Diego Union-Tribune reported. Opening statements from prosecutors and defense addressed Winslow's life as a professional athlete. State attorneys

The most improved position group in each NFL division 

Devoting resources to one position group can pay off in a big way for NFL teams. We got an example of that just last year when the Colts built a formidable offensive line by adding Quenton Nelson and Braden Smith in the draft. The Colts ended up allowing the least amount of sacks in the league and won

Former Dolphins find difficulty landing new teams in free agency

The top tier of 2018 Miami Dolphins to hit free agency had no problem finding new homes when the free agent window opened in March. Right tackle Ja'Wuan James landed a record-setting contract from the Denver Broncos. Miami's longtime pass-rush extraordinaire Cam Wake quickly landed on his feet

NFL offseason agendas: Barnwell's to-do lists for all 16 AFC teams

Bill Barnwell ESPN Staff Writer Bill Barnwell is a staff writer for Follow on Twitter No NFL team manages to fill all of its holes during the offseason. Each has a weak point or two that gets revealed by injuries or disappointing play over the course of a season. Even the most successful offseasons

Steelers' hopeful 2019 outlook: Addition by subtraction

Jeremy Fowler ESPN Staff Writer Close ESPN staff writer Previously a college football reporter for University of Florida graduate Follow on Twitter PITTSBURGH -- With coach Mike Tomlin recently calling the departures of receiver Antonio Brown and running back Le'Veon Bell a "cleansing

Steelers News: James Conner enters the 2019 season as a leader, not just a backup

With the 2019 NFL Draft in the rear view mirror, the Pittsburgh Steelers' 2019 season is fast approaching, and the news surrounding the black-and-gold is far from over. As the team now turns their attention to more offseason workouts, OTAs and minicamp, there is no shortage of news. Today in the

Early betting lines for 2019 season released; Patriots favored in all but one game

The NFL's 2019 regular season is still more than three months away, but the entire league is already working towards it: free agency and the draft are in the rear-view mirror, offseason workouts are underway, mandatory minicamps start in early June. For the New England Patriots, who kicked off their

NFL Uniform Speculation And Anticipation Heats Up Ahead Of 100th Season

The NFL's 100th season is set to kick off in a few months and the rumors about teams deciding to wear throwbacks for the occasion are continuing to swirl during the offseason preceding the big year. We already know that the Bears will be unveiling a special uniform for this season and we've seen

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