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There's nowhere to go but up for the 0-16 Browns. Here's why Cleveland -- and five more teams -- will take steps forward this season.
The Falcons have agreed to a five-year extension with LT Jake Matthews, the sixth overall pick in the 2014 draft. A source said the deal is worth $75 million.
The Titans signed Taylor Lewan to a massive extension on Friday. The 5-year, $80 million deal includes $50 million guaranteed, a source tells ESPN's Adam Schefter.
The Rams' Jamon Brown says his two-game suspension came because he was "pulled over for speeding and they found marijuana in the car."
Dallas Cowboys executive vice president Stephen Jones said in a radio interview Thursday that if players want to play for the team, they must stand for the national anthem.
Kirk Cousins faces Super Bowl expectations, but in Holland, Michigan, family and friends keep him grounded -- and rib him for writing book reports.
The league has bungled its anthem policy but made improvements in dealing with concussions. Here's how it fared elsewhere.
Johnny Manziel, who was acquired by the Montreal Alouettes four days earlier, didn't play Thursday night as Montreal dropped a 44-23 decision to the Edmonton Eskimos. Manziel had just two full days of practice with his new team since the trade.
Washington Redskins backup quarterback Colt McCoy has signed a one-year contract extension for 2019 that is worth up to $7 million. McCoy is entering his fifth season with the Redskins.
Entering his 15th training camp with the Steelers, Ben Roethlisberger said he's focused on being at his best both physically and mentally at age 36 and has lost weight this offseason to "lighten the load" on his knees.
Representatives from the NFL and the NFL Players Association have a meeting scheduled in New York on Friday as part of their ongoing discussions about the issue of player protests, a source told ESPN.
The Saints have been ordered to pay $400,000 in unpaid overtime and other fees to the former personal assistant of late owner Tom Benson, according to the New Orleans Advocate.
Quarterback Aaron Rodgers said Thursday that he's not worried about when he'll sign a contract extension with the Green Bay Packers, saying he just wants a bigger bed and a better TV in his dorm room during training camp.
LeSean McCoy, who took the field Thursday for the Bills' first public practice of training camp, deflected several questions about an ongoing police investigation into a home invasion at a house he owns, saying he wants to focus on football.
Philadelphia Eagles offensive lineman Chance Warmack will become the first NFL player to collect on a loss of value policy.
Kirk Cousins has been learning the playbook, and now he's transitioning to becoming a leader on the Vikings.
Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz, who is recovering from a torn ACL and LCL in his left knee, participated in full-team non-contact drills Thursday as the team opened training camp.
Houston's J.J. Watt feels "like I'm starting fresh" as the defensive end is excited about being healthy for the start of camp after breaking his leg last October.
Falcons coach Dan Quinn said Thursday that he knew wide receiver Julio Jones would report to training camp despite a contract dispute. On Wednesday, the team announced an adjustment had been made to Jones' contract for this season.
Rob Gronkowski says he didn't come close to considering holding out for a better contract, "not even one bit," and is focused on getting better.