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College Football Hall of Famer, Steve Spurrier, will coach the Orlando team in the Alliance of American Football league, which will debut in 2019.
Titans linebacker Brian Orakpo and former safety Michael Griffin hope their cupcakes venture will encourage more NFL players to become entrepreneurs.
Joe Hawley is moving on from football, giving away most of his possessions to take his custom van and puppy for a monthslong odyssey across the U.S.
Panthers quarterback Cam Newton was not injured when he was involved in a collision with a dump truck Thursday in Atlanta.
Entering his final season, Panthers linebacker Thomas Davis will be suspended for the team's first four games after he violated the league's performance-enhancing drug policy.
The Browns traded QB Kevin Hogan to the Redskins on Friday, a move that completely cleaned the team of its former quarterbacks. Washington and Cleveland also swapped sixth-round picks in the deal.
Cameron Meredith, who led the Bears in receptions and receiving yards in 2016, has signed a two-year, $10 million offer sheet with the Saints, a source told ESPN.
Josh Allen's arm is the envy of many, but his low completion percentage is the opposite of that. How will the Browns evaluate the Wyoming quarterback?
At a time when students across the nation have shown the power of protest, the NFL's player activist movement has withered. What's going on?
The names at the top will make up most of the legacy of past NFL drafts, but the best drafts are those that coaxed value from the later rounds. ESPN's analytics team crunches the data and ranks the top drafts of the past decade.
Being able to pick the brains of Carson Palmer and others while he was sidelined with a wrist injury has the running back ready for a breakout return.
While the Rams have landed several pricey stars this offseason, they have significant future cap space and the youth required to contend for years.
Should the Bills draft a QB later this month, he must stack up against two QBs they passed on when they traded the No. 10 pick in the 2017 draft.
The Browns will have their choice of QBs at No. 1 and then see who's there at No. 4; the Colts at No. 6 hope teams in front gobble up other QBs. And a standout running back and pass rusher are also in the mix.
The Patriots are signing former Bills wide receiver Jordan Matthews to a one-year deal, a source told ESPN's Adam Schefter.
Quarterback Johnny Manziel is scheduled to play roughly half of his team's offensive snaps Saturday in his debut for The Spring League, according to coach Terry Shea.
Rams GM Les Snead said a flurry of offseason moves won't change his goal of securing long-term deals for Aaron Donald and newly acquired wideout Brandin Cooks, a move that Cooks said at his introductory news conference would be an "extreme blessing."
Sam Darnold switched his flight back from Cleveland so he could be in Los Angeles on Thursday to throw for former USC teammate Ronald Jones II.
Cardinals running back David Johnson will be "full speed" for OTAs and minicamp later this offseason with the fractured wrist he suffered in Week 1 fully healed.
The Denver Broncos signed former Oakland Raiders punter Marquette King to a three-year contract.