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Free-agent safety Eric Reid is scheduled to visit with the Cincinnati Bengals, a source confirmed to ESPN.
Eli Apple has been given a reprieve from Giants teammate Landon Collins, who called him a "cancer" late last year.
Raiders standout defender Khalil Mack did not show up for voluntary workouts, a source told ESPN.
The Giants don't want to trade Odell Beckham Jr., and signing a long-term deal still remains the most likely option for the team and the player.
Packers wide receiver Trevor Davis was arrested and charged with making a criminal threat after joking about a bomb at the airport.
Many foresaw a reunion for coach Kyle Shanahan and QB Kirk Cousins, but Jimmy Garoppolo's arrival and stellar play set the 49ers on a different course.
Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham was in attendance for the start of the team's offseason workout program on Monday despite talk about a holdout and a potential trade.
The Cowboys are set to begin offseason workouts in a week and have yet to meet with Dez Bryant to discuss his contract.
The Patriots head coach has thrived when given two first-round selections and has often turned one of their top picks for future draft capital.
Aaron Rodgers' injury last season certainly didn't help, but a lack of locker-room camaraderie was a big reason why the Packers faltered last season.
Picking the right quarterback is the most important thing teams can do. It's not that simple, though. The past three decades are littered with reaches, misses and busts. History tells us we'll see more of the same in 2018.
Defensive tackle Bennie Logan, who played for the Chiefs last season, agreed to a contract with the Titans on Sunday.
Odell Beckham Jr. told ESPN's Josina Anderson that he plans to report to the New York Giants' facility on Monday for the first day of the team's offseason conditioning program.
Former San Francisco 49ers and Oakland Raiders linebacker Aldon Smith was arrested again Friday and is being held on $500,000 bond by the San Francisco Sheriff's Department.
It was a long 832 days away, but Manziel returned to the game with the type of professionalism that teams -- in the NFL or CFL -- will be looking for.
For a league that no longer values the plodding and rumbling fullback, college prospects must diversify their game if they hope to be drafted.
For the first time in 832 days, Johnny Manziel played competitive football, quarterbacking the South team in Saturday's The Spring League game in front of some 2,500 fans in Austin, Texas.
Whether they're considering drafting a QB at No. 16 or want other teams to think they might, the Ravens will take a look at the 2016 Heisman winner.
While mock drafts have suggested otherwise, the Jets might be eyeing Baker Mayfield, who in the team's perfect world could be the starter late in 2018.
Antonio Brown, JuJu Smith-Schuster and Martavis Bryant are a stellar trio, but with the Steelers' track record of drafting WRs, they might get company.