49ers cut Jonathan Martin The San Francisco 49ers waived offensive tackle Jonathan Martin on Thursday. The 49ers acquired Martin in a trade with the Miami Dolphins on March 11, 2014. He appeared in 15 games (nine starts)... Full Story
Gregory's red-flagged reality John McMullen- NFL Editor Sometimes we all have to jump through a few hoops.
As a sportswriter I've spent the past 20 years writing about the NFL and many other major-league sports, covering everything from Super Bowls, to the NBA Finals, the World Series and major fights... Full Story
Whisenhunt lays his trap Anyone really think Ken Whisenhunt decided to reveal the Tennessee Titans' draft plans in the desert on a Tuesday in late March?
The Titans head coach made some news at the NFL's owners meetings when he claimed to be seriously considering taking reigning Heisman Trophy... Full Story
Bears take chance on DL McDonald Ray McDonald, released by the San Francisco 49ers in December following allegations of sexual assault, has found a new home in free agency.
The Chicago Bears announced Tuesday that the team has agreed to terms with the controversial defensive lineman on a one-year contract. Full Story
Sharper gets prison time in rape cases Former NFL star Darren Sharper will be sentenced to 20 years in prison after pleading guilty to rape charges in Louisiana, according to a report.
The deal is part of a "global" resolution to settle multiple sexual assault cases against the former... Full Story
NFL suspends local blackout policy for 2015 NFL owners voted Monday to suspend the league's local TV blackout policy for the 2015 season.
The blackouts will be suspended for preseason and regular-season games. The NFL will re-evaluate the rule after the season. Full Story
Steelers give two-year deal to Harrison The Pittsburgh Steelers signed linebacker James Harrison to a two-year deal on Sunday.
Harrison had briefly retired last August after he was released by Cincinnati in March following one season with the Bengals. He then re-joined... Full Story
Eagles Hall of Famer Chuck Bednarik dies at 89 Philadelphia Eagles Pro Football Hall of Fame linebacker and center Chuck Bednarik died early Saturday morning following a brief illness at an assisted living facility in Richland, Pennsylvania, the team announced. He was 89. One of the last two-way players in the NFL, Bednarik played... Full Story
On Greg Hardy and second chances Greg Hardy is a pariah but he's also a pariah who happens to rush the passer at a very high level.
And that's the kind of skill that never goes out of style in the NFL so there was little doubt that the former Carolina All-Pro was going to get a second chance. The Dallas Cowboys proved to be one team... Full Story
Browns sign WR Bowe The Cleveland Browns officially signed wide receiver Dwayne Bowe on Friday.
Bowe had spent his entire eight-year career with the Kansas City Chiefs before being released in a salary cap move last week. "The Browns were the perfect situation from the fan base to the style of... Full Story