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April 5, 2014
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Elway on Fox contract extension: 'There is still work to be done'

CBSSports.com "Though the Broncos have given coach John Fox a three-year contract extension worth $16.5 million -- a move that officially was announced by the organization on Saturday -- that doesn't mean the team is 100 percent satisfied. That probably has something to do with Denver's shellacking at the..." April 05

  • Fansided "Former Dallas Cowboys first-round pick, defensive end Marcus Spears, will retire from the NFL and join the SEC Network as an analyst according to the network’s Twitter account. Spears spent eight seasons with the Cowboys before signing with the Baltimore Ravens in 2013, where he spent his final..." April 05

  • Rams won't be interested in acquiring RB Chris Johnson

    CBSSports.com "With Tennessee releasing running back Chris Johnson on Friday, CBSSports.com's Will Brinson speculated on where Johnson -- who has never rushed for less than 1,000 yards in a season -- would land for his new job. Though the Jets seems like a pretty good bet (even if New York reportedly hadn't..." April 05

  • Patriots setting up to draft Tom Brady’s replacement

    Fansided "The New England Patriots’ interest in quarterbacks in the 2014 NFL draft class has caught many off guard. They showed a lot of interest in the potential top overall pick, Blake Bortles of the Central Florida Golden Knights and have brought the other two top quarterback prospects, Teddy..." April 05

  • John Kuhn returning to Packers

    ESPN.com "One of the most popular players in recent Green Bay Packers history has re-signed with the team. Fullback John Kuhn, whose name elicits cheers of "KUUUUUHN" when he's on the field, agreed to a one-year deal with the Packers on Thursday, according to his agent, Kevin Gold. In announcing the..." April 05

  • Raiders’ Matt Schaub continues to give back to Houston

    Houston Chronicle "Everyone from Texans vice chairman Cal McNair to backup quarterback T.J. Yates and center Chris Myers said it: Matt Schaub didn’t have to be in Houston on Friday night. But Schaub and his wife, Laurie, chose to be. And the duo continued to give back to the community via their GR8 Hope..." April 05

  • Jim Kelly out of hospital, “praying for a miracle”

    ESPN.com "Former Buffalo Bills quarterback Jim Kelly, who left the hospital Friday for the weekend, said he and his family are "praying for a miracle" as he prepares to undergo chemotherapy and radiation treatments for oral cancer. Kelly, who had been at Lenox Hill Hospital in New York City since last..." April 05

  • DeSean Jackson on being released by Eagles: I was definitely hurt

    CBSSports.com "In his first television interview since being released by the Eagles on March 28, DeSean Jackson said he was hurt by the move and that coach Chip Kelly didn't specifically explain to him why he was released. "I was definitely hurt," Jackson said of being cut by the Eagles in an interview with..." April 05

  • Look for Chris Johnson to have new team by middle of next week

    Pro Football Talk "On Friday, the Titans cut running back Chris Johnson. Per a source with knowledge of the situation, Johnson currently is expected to pick his next team by the middle of next week. It’s still unclear where he will land, although the strongest link appears to be to the Jets. Given the extended..." April 05

  • Patriots’ Alfonzo Dennard released after 35 days in jail

    Pro Football Talk "Patriots cornerback Alfonzo Dennard was released from jail on Friday, 35 days after he began his sentence. Dennard was sentenced to 60 days after he pleaded no contest to driving under the influence, which constituted a violation of his probation for punching a police officer. He was credited..." April 05


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