Jadeveon Clowney to Sign Franchise Tag Tender, Join Seattle Seahawks

Jadeveon Clowney to sign franchise tag tender and join the Seattle Seahawks. Clowney will reportedly sign his tender and be traded to the Seahawks.
Expanded NFL Schedule

Pros and Cons of an Expanded NFL Season

As the NFL and NFLPA continue to work out terms for a new collective bargaining agreement (CBA), one of the more recent developments has...
Andrew Luck

Report: Andrew Luck to Retire From NFL

In arguably the most shocking development ahead of the start of the 2019 NFL season, Andrew Luck will retire from the NFL according to Adam Schefter.

Jay-Z Battling Backlash for His Deal With the NFL

Why exactly is Jay-Z battling backlash for his deal with the NFL? Why has this partnership elicited so much anger from fans? Right now, he looks like a pawn, as the NFL tries to counter the accusations of racism that surrounded the Kaepernick controversy. 

Mike Daniels Released By Green Bay Packers

Mike Daniels released by Green Bay Packers. On Wednesday the Packers released the former Pro Bowl defensive tackle which freed up cap space.
Los Angeles Rams Fans

Los Angeles Rams Fans Don’t Care About Studies

The highlight of the week in football may have been the release of the results of a scientific study regarding 2018’s best and worst...
2019 Denver Broncos

The 2019 Denver Broncos: Between a Rebuild and a Championship Chase

In professional sports, teams go through two main phases; championship mode and rebuild mode, both of which offer a sense of optimism for fans....
Desean Jackson

Desean Jackson Looks to Find a Silver Lining in His Return to Philadelphia

Wide receiver Desean Jackson makes his triumphant Philadelphia looking for a silver lining after five years away from the Eagles.

San Francisco 49ers Place Franchise Tag on Robbie Gould

San Francisco 49ers place franchise tag on Robbie Gould. The 49ers kicker will be in San Francisco for at least one more season.
Carolina Panthers defensive tackles

2018 Carolina Panthers Defensive Tackles Review

Just like the team itself, the Carolina Panthers defensive tackles had their highs and lows throughout the 2018 season. Who should stay for 2019?