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Updated Best-Ball QB Tiers

Evan Silva updates his Best-Ball Quarterback Tiers following the NFL draft.


NFL 'caved' to Trump and fan base with new policy: Washington Post's Wesley Lowery

The Powerhouse Roundtable debates this week in politics, including the NFL's crackdown on players kneeling during the national anthem.


Panel: With NFL Anthem Rule 'the wind is blowing against football'

Andrea Mitchell, Eugene Robinson, Amy Walter and Matthew Continetti discuss the changes that the NFL made to anthem protest rules.


Bears logo ranked in bottom five of NFL in recent fan poll

The Chicago Bears logo was ranked among the NFL's worst in a recent survey of nearly 1,500 fans.


Notebook: Former Bucs QB Freeman retires

Former first-round draft pick Josh Freeman retired after attempting a comeback in the Canadian Football League. Freeman spent most of his NFL career with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, who drafted him in 2009. He sought to continue his playing career with the Montreal Alouettes of the CFL, who made the announcement


Seahawks have questioned Pete Carroll since decision in Super Bowl according to former players

There is always a time when players come off as disgruntled or with sour grapes. For the fans of the team, it is whenever something negative is said. For opposing teams fans, it is a big deal and shows cracks in the armor. Well, as Arizona Cardinals fans, we are obligated to share the disgruntled masses


Around the NFC West with SB Nation

The NFC West continues to produce some of the best storylines of the offseason. Whether it is the Aaron Donald situation, following Jimmy Garoppolo's growth or the reshuffling in Seattle with the Seahawks, the state of the NFC West is completely different than two years ago. That's why, each


Dolphins' Scott among NFL players who have found secret weapon in Miami track coach Deem

After dealing with a foot injury last season, receiver Rashawn Scott knew he might need help to regain the speed and power needed to get back in the Miami Dolphins' rotation. So when Robert Bailey, his agent and a former Hurricanes football player himself, suggested Scott return to his alma mater


The Patriots have serious competition at wide receiver

Over the past five years, the New England Patriots have traditionally held five wide receivers on the roster, in addition to special teams captain Matthew Slater. Danny Amendola was the only constant over those five years and the change in the type of wide receiver on the roster reflects how the offense


NFL anthem ruling about money, not patriotism

When will we learn the fact of life? Once we cease to follow the money, we're off the trail; we've lost the scent. Despite what we have been told, the NFL owners' ruling last week — that conspicuously protesting the national anthem will result in team and/or player fines — has no more to


NFL Requires Players To Stand During Anthem: POLL

This week National Football League owners decided to require their players to either stand for the National Anthem before the game or remain in the locker room until the anthem has been performed. NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell released a statement that said the policy adopted Wednesday "was approved


Players who don’t like anthem rule can take immediate action

In the aftermath of Wednesday’s decision by the NFL to alter the anthem policy in a way that managed to do more harm than good, the NFL Players Association wasn’t happy. The NFL’s players can do something about that in a way that is far more immediate and tangible than pursuing legal remedies over the


NFL teams up with Woodruff Foundation to help veterans

When veteran Todd Desgrosseilliers was recovering from battle wounds, he went back to a boyhood love: fly fishing. Desgrosseilliers' group for disabled veterans is one of many receiving funding though the Bob Woodruff Foundation , which this week secured an agreement with the NFL to support such


NFL vs. NBA: Which Will Be America’s Biggest Sport 10 Years From Now?

NFL vs. NBA: Which Will Be America’s Biggest Sport 10 Years From Now?


NY pol compares anthem protests to Nazi salute

Rep. Pete King, a Long Island Republican, has taken issue with Christopher Johnson's offer to pay players' fines, saying it's "time to say goodbye to Jets!"


Will TV Networks Hit The Jackpot With Sports Betting?

The National Football League, Major League Baseball,  The National Basketball Association and  The National Hockey League have an extensive wish list for state regulators that are crafting sports betting regulations including "integrity fees" and data licensing deals. Lawmakers in six states


Moubarak Djeri's journey to Cardinals spans three continents

Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer Close Covered the Cardinals since 2012 Graduate of Indiana University Member of Pro Football Writers of America Follow on Twitter TEMPE, Ariz. -- Four years ago, when Moubarak Djeri was starting his career with the Cologne Crocodiles of the German Football League, he first


Adrian Peterson posting his workout videos, hoping teams notice

Free agent running back Adrian Peterson is in shape, and he wants NFL teams to know it. Peterson has been posting videos of himself doing grueling cardio workouts on the treadmill, jumping onto boxes with a barbell on his back, and so on. Peterson said this week on ESPN that he's hoping teams will


Dolphins sign Mike Matthews

The Miami Dolphins announced Friday the signing of free agent center Mike Matthews. The son of Hall of Fame offensive lineman Bruce Matthews, brother of Atlanta Falcons 2014 sixth-overall pick Jake Matthews, and cousin of six-time Pro Bowl Green Bay Packers linebacker Clay Matthews, Mike entered the


The pressure is on Jimmy Garoppolo, could he regress?

This is about to be the most unpopular opinion ever. What happens if Jimmy Garoppolo regresses? It's been a question for a while and something more so after NFL network had a quick video on how he's going to be under a lot of pressure in 2018. Make no mistake, Jimmy Garoppolo was very impressive


Koetter downplays Catanzaro's early success

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have not been able to find a consistent kicker since the team had Matt Bryant from 2005-2008. At 42 years old, he continues to dominate and seems to be only getting better with age. Tampa Bay has gone through Connor Barth, Nick Folk, Pat Murray and Roberto Aguayo, the former


Ranking NFL teams by best offensive skill players: Eagles No. 1? Giants top-5 with Saquon Barkley? Cowboys fall without Dez Bryant, Jason Witten

When it comes to offensive weapons, some teams load up on running backs, some load up on receivers, while others try and find depth across all of the skill positions — running back, wide receiver and tight end. Look at the Eagles, who return their entire core, added a veteran receiver and used their


Madden and NBA Live's new leadership talk about their roads ahead

Maybe now we can close the book on NBA Live's troubled times, and stop referring to the series in the yes-but way that followed it for almost eight years. Last year — and almost unexpectedly — EA Tiburon fulfilled the idea that an NBA simulation was still worth doing and could be done well, which


NFL notebook: Packers sign tight end Lewis

That's fine by Bostic. The well-traveled 27-year-old signed a two-year deal in March following a productive if injury-marred season in Indianapolis. Bostic's arrival appeared to be for depth purposes, but when the draft came and went, he now finds himself with as good a shot as anyone as lining


Activists: Detroit Lions must pick side on NFL's anthem policy

Members of the National Action Network Michigan Chapter call out the Detroit Lions to make a stance on the NFL's controversial policy regarding the national anthem in Detroit. The organization is threatening future protests. The message sent by the National Action Network was direct and clear — the


Scout's Notebook: Are safeties undervalued in today's NFL?

NFL Network's Bucky Brooks and Will Blackmon discuss whether the safety position is undervalued in today's NFL.


NFL, other leagues getting sued for blocking New Jersey gambling

The Supreme Court struck down the federal ban on sports gambling, allowing sports books in New Jersey and other states to open. But one major player in the New Jersey gambling world is suing the NFL and other sports leagues for their actions in trying to prevent gambling from spreading. The New Jersey


Lane Johnson not pleased with ranking on NFL's top 100

Lane Johnson was ranked as the 95th best player in the NFL and he's not happy about it. By Dave Zangaro 


Controlling a black workforce is what the NFL does best

The ruling is the latest example of how fearful the league is of players having a voice or thought that resonates beyond the playbook. The league forces players use their bodies and their famous faces to market products and services that make money for the game, from footwear to food and a host of other


The other controversy: NFL's use of helmet rule actually rooted in logic

The best way to bury a controversial rule change is to follow it with the establishment of a policy that's exponentially more contentious and transcendent. Heady play by the NFL and its team owners. The league's new national anthem policy, announced Wednesday, rightfully has garnered the attention


PFF ranks Marcus Peters and Aqib Talib as contenders for NFL's best CB

The Los Angeles Rams had a very strong secondary last season, ranking sixth in interceptions, 13th in yards allowed and 10th in touchdown passes surrendered. They did so with overlooked players like Kayvon Webster, Nickell Robey-Coleman, Lamarcus Joyner and John Johnson. Incredibly, despite parting ways


Warriors Coach Steve Kerr Calls NFL Ban On Protests 'Fake Patriotism'

Steve Kerr, coach of basketball's Golden State Warriors, said the NFL's


NFL receiver getting CFL crash course at Bombers camp

Rueben Randle admits his brain is a little fried after his third day of Winnipeg Blue Bombers training camp on Friday. That's not all that surprising, of course. “I knew nothing about the CFL before I came up here, absolutely nothing,” Randle said after Friday's four-hour practice in oven-like


While the NFL cowers to President Trump, the WNBA takes a stand

In the summer of 2016, the deaths of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile — two black men whose shootings by police officers were caught on cell-phone video and went viral within a two-day period in July — helped ignite the Black Lives Matter movement. Everywhere you looked, Americans were being forced


Grading the AFC West offseason: Chargers' strong draft makes them division favorites

The AFC West was the strangest division in the NFL last season. The Chiefs raced out to an incredible start, only to falter in the middle of the year. The Chargers did the exact opposite. The Raiders were up-and-down, Jekyll and Hyde, whatever you want to call it, all season. By Week 14, we were writing


Reaction to the NFL's “Kaepernick Policy” Reveals Fractures in Ownership's United Front

I'm interested in stories, and since its inception, I've been riveted by the story Colin Kaepernick has been trying to tell with his protest. I've always tried in my small way to fight for it to be heard, because I knew it was going to be muddied up by cynical propaganda. The narrative is


Michelle Beadle slams NFL owners in passionate speech

The NFL's controversial new national anthem policy hasn't been well received by many players and fans, on ESPN's Get Up!, host Michelle Beadle called out NFL owners for refusing to address the real issue that anthem protests were originally centered around. “They continue to fuel the flames


Breakfast: Breaking down the NFL 100

The NFL Network show The Top 100 Players of 2018 is my favorite show on television. It's my favorite show that NFL Films has ever done, really. I don't miss an episode. I love to see where the players rank the Texans and then how they tell every player's story. One other aspect important


Clawing for his career, Robert Griffin III is back in overdrive as he starts with Ravens

SportsPulse: USA TODAY Sports' Lorenzo Reyes explains why some of the NFL's biggest superstars are skipping OTAs and whether those absences should cause fans to panic. OWINGS MILLS, Md. – Robert Griffin III stared out over the lush green practice fields and ran his right hand over his face, still


Why coming to the Bears was the right opportunity for Harry Hiestand to leave Notre Dame

Harry Hiestand could've stayed at Notre Dame for as long as he wanted, but coming back to the NFL with the Bears was the right fit for him. 


Orlando joins the NFL's national anthem debate

Well that doesn't settle that. NFL owners decided this week to start fining teams if their players don't stand for the national anthem, though conscientious objectors like Colin Kaepernick (if he ever gets another quarterbacking job) will be allowed to stay in the locker room during the anthem.It


The NFL's new anthem policy is about knees. It should be about spines. [Opinion]

I am married to a native Texan, have two Texan-born children and have lived in Houston for 30 years. Yet, while Texas has become home, I am still attached to my native New York. Among the many sentimental attachments, my sappiest but strongest ties are to the New York sports teams. I still cheer for


How kickoff and kickoff return rule changes will impact Vikings' approach

Mike Priefer, special teams coordinator for the Vikings, just got a busier offseason. In addition to the new national anthem policy, the NFL also adopted rule changes that will tweak the way teams deploy kickoffs and kickoff returns. In Minnesota, the frequency of kickoff returns is in steady decline


NFL players, coaches grapple with new anthem policy

RENTON, Wash. (AP) — Seahawks coach Pete Carroll wanted to be talking about football matters — Seattle's recommitment to the run game, the addition of two new coordinators, almost anything to do with what happens between the lines.


NFL.com thinks Patriots will make 8th straight AFC Championship Game

In a league built on the principles of parity, no team has been as much of an outlier as the New England Patriots: The franchise has won 15 of 18 division titles since the turn of the century, won five of its eight Super Bowls appearances, and has set a new NFL record by going to the conference title


No NFL expansion teams have ever come close to the Vegas Golden Knights' ridiculous success

What the Vegas Golden Knights are doing to the NHL right now is nearly unprecedented in major sports. The brand new franchise, made up of the players other rosters couldn't protect in last year's expansion draft, has earned a bid in the Stanley Cup Final in its first season of existence after


Josh Rosen paints with the rest of the 2018 NFL Rookie Class

With the NFLPA rookie experience come and gone, some fun aftermath has come out of it. During the 2018 NFL Rookie Experience, the NFL shot a little video to not only have some fun, but to see how creative they are. It was a hilarious video that put some of the character of the new rookies on display:


Browns QB Baker Mayfield tries to quickly draw team logo in fun segment

Yesterday, the NFL Network aired a fun clip of some of this year's first-round picks trying to quickly draw their team logos off of memory. As you can see, we don't have too many artists coming out of the draft: But when it got to QB Baker Mayfield of the Cleveland Browns, he had a perfect line


NBC Sports Boston Breakfast Pod: Celtics-Cavs Game 6 preview; Did the NFL get it right?

On today's edition of the Breakfast Pod: The Celtics aim to finish off the Cavaliers in Game 6, the NFL announces a new National Anthem policy, and Dustin Pedroia is returning to the Sox.


Updated Best-Ball WR Tiers

Evan Silva updates his Wide Receiver Rankings & Tiers for Best-Ball leagues.

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