Monthly Archives: March 2018

Bennett is 32, and although he played another full season in 2017, age and injuries caught up to him a little.

Shortly after the Browns’ attempt to trade for McCarron fell through, the Cincinnati Enquirer reported the team agreed to give up second- and third-round picks for the quarterback in the deal. It happened less than 24 hours after the 49ers … Continue reading

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The Ravens failed Grant on his physical over an ankle injury that dated to the Redskins’ final regular-season game, a source told Schefter.

Why he could break out: He hits the ball to all fields almost equally, and Devers avoided making soft contact over 80 percent of the time in 2017. Even if he does not ultimately hit for power he was responsible … Continue reading

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Kirk Cousins officially signs three-year, $84 million deal with Minnesota Vikings

Long before Kirk Cousins became the highest-paid player in NFL history — he finally signed his long-anticipated three-year,?$84 million contract with the Minnesota Vikings on Thursday — he’d had his sights on a fully guaranteed package. Cousins said during his … Continue reading

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The biggest concern for the running back is whether he can stay healthy.

Fortunately for Hyde, he proved in 2017 that he was able to pull off an entire season in the starting lineup — even despite some on-and-off hip and concussion issues. The bad news is that his very long list of … Continue reading

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Here’s what the Sam Bradford signing means to the Cardinals

The Arizona Cardinals will take a chance in free agency, and intend to bring in quarterback Sam Bradford, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter. But can Bradford really be the long-term answer at quarterback the team needs? Or even a short-term … Continue reading

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The Cardinals were a team that Cousins was linked to early on.

With Carson Palmer retiring at the end of last season, the Cardinals have a void at quarterback that needs to be filled. Furthermore, the Cardinals may be an intriguing destination for competitive reasons. The Cardinals finished 8-8 after losing Johnson … Continue reading

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Friday’s trade leaves 2017 fifth-round pick Nathan Peterman as the only quarterback under contract for the Bills.

In a quarterback-heavy draft class, the Colts are sitting pretty at No. 3. With Andrew Luck still in the fold ( and hopefully healthy ), the Colts are in a position to take the best player available at No. 3. … Continue reading

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Saquon Barkley has been picking up steam as the new favorite to be the No. 1 pick in the 2018 NFL Draft .

The addition of Taylor may add some fuel to that fire, but it wouldn’t be smart for the Browns to let the move change their plans. No matter what you think about the idea of taking a running back No. … Continue reading

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Javier Baez injury update: Cubs star dealing with hamstring tightness

Cubs second baseman Javier Baez left Thursday’s spring training game against the Padres with a hamstring injury. Baez pulled up after belting a double in the second inning but said after the game the injury isn’t serious. Was this something … Continue reading

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NBA trade rumors: Pistons, Bulls express interest in Jazz’s Rodney Hood

Rodney Hood is set to be an unrestricted free agent in the offseason, but with his name emerging in trade talks, it might not be Utah that is bidding to retain his services this summer. In the first season since … Continue reading

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