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NFL teams took in some of the Ducks top prospects at Oregon Pro Day.
Yahoo Sports’ Charles Robinson, Tank Williams & Amanda Borges discuss how the early signings and trades of the new league year and will impact April’s draft.
The Seattle Seahawks are keeping a couple of key pieces from last season's playoff team while adding to their offensive line. The Seahawks announced a pair of signings on Thursday, including keeping linebacker K.J. Wright with the only NFL team he's ever played for. Seattle also announced the
Yahoo Sports’ Charles Robinson, Tank Williams & Amanda Borges break down the flurry of moves from the first week of the new league year.
ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. — Hold the AARP jokes. Running back Frank Gore sees nothing funny about teaming up with LeSean McCoy in Buffalo to form the NFL's oldest backfield. Instead, Gore sees no reason why the pair of 30-somethings can't continue their lengthy run of dominance. “It doesn't matter
EAGAN, Minn. (AP) — Anthony Barr slept for a mere two hours on Monday night, awakened at 3 a.m. by the angst of his decision about which team to pick in free agency. His verbal commitment to join the New York Jets triggered immediate unease about leaving the Minnesota Vikings. "I was up all morning
CLEMSON, S.C. — Half of Clemson's talented defensive front four participated in the Tigers pro day Thursday before evaluators from all 32 NFL teams. While defensive ends Clelin Ferrell and Austin Bryant did not take part in drills due to injuries, tackles Christian Wilkins and Dexter Lawrence showcased
Here's a quick look at some of Thursday's other signings. OL Eric Kush to Cleveland Browns (undisclosed terms): The 29-year-old Kush started 11 games for the Chicago Bears over the last two seasons and can play all three spots on the interior of the line. He's a quality depth addition up
The start of NFL free agency has been hectic. Probably too hectic So, to help break down the frenzy of deals, here are the early winners and losers. WINNERS Cleveland Browns Man, the Browns are just going to be fun in 2019. They've gone from maybe the most depressing team in NFL history to anything
The NFL stole all the headlines this week as free agency started and the trade market was busy.
Linebacker Anthony Barr agreed to join the New York Jets, but the next day he changed his mind.
Clelin Ferrell and Austin Bryant watched as nearly two dozen of their former teammates went through a gauntlet of drills in front of nearly 100 pro football personnel Thursday at Clemson's pro day. Injuries kept both defensive ends sidelined — a torn pectoral muscle for Bryant and turf toe for Ferrell
Clemson hosted one of its biggest Pro Day's in recent memory Thursday at the Poe Indoor Practice Facility in Clemson. “It was one of the biggest and well attended (Pro Day's) we have had here,” Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney said. “I think we had all thirty-two teams here, a bunch of coaches
Newly arrived Patriots defensive end Michael Bennett thinks he's going to fit right in. Bennett said today that he thinks the Patriots want the same thing he wants, and that's to win a Super Bowl. "It's all about winning. I think everything about the organization is about team first,
The Saints will bring back Teddy Bridgewater after the Dolphins made a late push.
Tom Coughlin gushed about Nick Foles for several minutes and then had one request for his new Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback. 'I hope every game in 2019 is like the Oakland game of 2013,' said Coughlin, the franchise's top executive. Foles nodded his head, smiled and turned
There are no lingering questions about Dexter Lawrence's athletic ability, but questions pertaining to his positive test for a performance enhancing drug prior to the Cotton Bowl last December continue to have an extended shelf life. “They talk about it and I just tell them the truth,” Lawrence said
The NFL has been dominating sports headlines with signings and trades as teams throw money at free agents to improve their mutual situations. While the NFL might be better than the NBA in most aspects, NBA offseasons pack the political intrigue of a whole season's worth of "Game of Thrones.&
Caption Close The Texans were dominated last season by Indianapolis Colts wide receiver T.Y. Hilton. His speed created mismatches that were particularly glaring during a late-season victory and an AFC wild-card win at NRG Stadium. With an eye toward matchups like that one, the Texans signed former Denver