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Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers says he needs "to trust the process" when it comes to the team's personnel decisions.
Despite tearing his ACL last season, Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson says his style of play won't change next year.
Bills safety Micah Hyde has a creative solution to curb the number of dangerous hits that receivers take over the middle of the field: Fine the quarterback.
Jordan Howard downplayed the temporary disappearance of some of his social media photos and said the Bears have reassured him of his spot on the team.
Hue Jackson says that winning starts now after the Browns have gone 1-31 the past two seasons.
Ravens safety Eric Weddle acknowledged Tuesday that he has reached out to free-agent receiver Dez Bryant.
Seahawks safety Earl Thomas is absent from the start of the team's voluntary workouts, according to Brock Huard of ESPN and 710 ESPN Seattle.
A source confirms to ESPN that the Tampa Bay Buccaneers have picked up QB Jameis Winston's fifth-year, $20.9M option for 2019.
Julian Edelman's appearance at offseason workouts is not only good for the Patriots, but it gets the receiver a step closer to his workout bonus.
Jared Goff has the whole offseason to jell with his new receiver. That's a change from '17, when the Rams QB lacked time to connect with Sammy Watkins.
Who will the Giants select at No. 2? Anything could happen, but Penn State running back Saquon Barkley is a good bet.
Dez Bryant, when asked about the possibility of playing for the Giants, said it would "be crazy" to join forces with his former divisional rival.
Seven-time Pro Bowl center Nick Mangold has announced his retirement, which he will make official after signing a one-day deal with the Jets next week.
Antonio Gates. Kurt Warner. James Harrison. NFL Nation reporters identify the players who went from under-the-radar prospects to franchise leaders.
Lamar Jackson's most likely landing spot? The safest prospect in the 2018 class? Mel Kiper picks 15 questions to preview next week's draft.
A generation ago, Boston was the hard-luck sports city and Washington was the successful one. Now, the shoes, spikes and skates are on the other foot.
San Francisco defensive back Don Jones escorted family friend Lindsey Preston, who has Down syndrome, to her prom.
Los Angeles Rams defensive tackle Aaron Donald is once again absent from the start of organized team activities.
For the first time, the NFL and NFL Players Association have banned certain helmets for use by players.