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May 28, 2014

Bears lose Domenik Hixon to torn ACL, career likely over

NFL.com "Domenik Hixon's debut season with the Chicago Bears is over before it began. The veteran wide receiver announced Tuesday on Facebook that he has torn his ACL for the third time. Hixon, who previously tore his right ACL in 2010 and 2011, appeared to indicate the latest injury will bring an end..." May 27

  • Aqib Talib: Brady is a good friend, but Peyton is a better QB

    CSN New England "Aqib Talib landed at No. 79 on the NFL Network’s list of the 100 Top Players of 2014 recently. On the reaction show following his unveiling, the former Patriot and current Bronco opined on all the pertinent topics involving his new and former teams. Locker room vibe: “It’s definitely a..." May 27

  • Chad Johnson receives work permit for Alouettes job

    CBSSports.com "After taking the past two years off from football -- and instead, working inside the plush studios of CBSSports.com headquarters in Fort Lauderdale last year -- receiver Chad Johnson signed a no-frills deal with the Montreal Alouettes to play the 2014 season in the Canadian Football League. And..." May 27

  • ESPN Dallas "The Dallas Cowboys fear star linebacker Sean Lee tore his left ACL during the team's first organized team activity workout Tuesday, a source familiar with the injury told ESPN. Lee will undergo an MRI on Tuesday to see if the Cowboys' fears are a reality, the source said. Lee tore his right..." May 27

  • Manziel: I studied playbook in Vegas

    USA Today "Have no fear, Cleveland fans, Johnny Manziel wasn’t just partying poolside all weekend in Las Vegas. He was also studying on his iPad, because every good quarterback has to be excellent at multitasking, DUH. Manziel posted the above photo along with the caption: “Guess it’s impossible to enjoy..." May 27

  • Falcons' Roddy White likely to get new deal by camp

    NFL.com "Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Roddy White had been expecting a new contract extension following the draft, but a life situation has delayed those negotiations for an undetermined period of time, according to two sources informed of the situation. White's half-brother Tyrone Moore Jr. was shot..." May 27

  • Could the Cowboys trade for Ryan Mallett, LaMichael James this summer?

    Dallas Morning News "In the NFL, most of the offseason wheeling and dealing occurs early in free agency or during the draft. However, it's not unusual for a trade to happen during training camp or just before the season starts. Since Monday is the unofficial start of summer, NFL.com writer Chris Wesseling..." May 27

  • Ravens draft pick, ex-Bruton star Lorenzo Taliaferro arrested in Williamsburg

    The Virginia Gazette "Lorenzo Taliaferro, who two weeks was drafted by the NFL's Baltimore Ravens, was arrested early Saturday morning and charged breaking a window in a taxi cab. According to Maj. Greg Riley of the Williamsburg Police Department, officer J.A. Wagner was on patrol in the 400 block of Richmond Road..." May 27

  • Hernandez to be arraigned on double-murder charge Wednesday

    CBSSports.com "It's been almost two weeks since former Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez was indicted for a July 2012 double-murder drive-by shooting that took place on the streets of Boston. According to the Associated Press, Hernandez will be arraigned Wednesday. “Mr. (Daniel) Abreu and Mr. (Safiro)..." May 27

  • Dolphins’ Mike Pouncey has no regrets, says he doesn’t need mental health evaluation

    Miami Herald "Mike Pouncey has no regrets with how the 2013 Dolphins season unfolded and does not believe he needs the NFL-mandated medical evaluation that is the result of the team’s bullying scandal. Pouncey made those remarks after the Dolphins’ first OTA practice Tuesday, meeting with reporters for the..." May 27

  • Houston Chronicle "Four quarterbacks have a chance to be the Texans’ Week 1 starter. Ryan Fitzpatrick, Case Keenum, T.J. Yates and rookie Tom Savage participated during the first day of OTAs Tuesday at the Texans’ indoor practice facility near NRG Stadium. First-year coach Bill O’Brien said the team will..." May 27

  • Brady: I had a pretty good idea we’d draft a QB

    Pro Football Talk "When Bill Belichick used the Patriots’ second-round draft pick on quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo, it could have been seen as an affront to Tom Brady. But Brady says he’s taking it in stride. “I felt like I had a pretty good idea we’d take a quarterback,” Brady told Peter King of TheMMQB.com...." May 27

  • Redskins announce GM Bruce Allen named team president

    SI.com "The Washington Redskins announced on Monday that General Manager Bruce Allen has become the team’s new president, according to tweets from the team. Team owner Dan Snyder said he thinks “the world” of Allen and that both titles are appropriate, in a statement tweeted by the team on Monday..." May 27

  • Henry Melton to remain out until training camp

    DallasCowboys.com "Full-team OTAs are finally upon us at Valley Ranch, which means we’ll get our first look at the Cowboys’ veterans on-field since the loss to Philadelphia last December. There’s no shortage of stories worth keeping an eye on as we get into these spring practices – both for the offense and..." May 27

  • Hamilton: Colts will be 'a score-first team'

    ESPN.com "A common phrase used by the Indianapolis Colts last season was: power running game. They had do-everything quarterback Andrew Luck, but they insisted on a being a run-first team. The only sign of that working happened in their Week 3 victory over the San Francisco 49ers. Injuries and lack of..." May 27

  • Browns QB Johnny Manziel’s holiday weekend activities off the field draw big-time attention

    Akron Beacon Journal "The celebrity status of Cleveland Browns rookie quarterback Johnny Manziel has caused a stir once again. After participating in the team’s rookie camp and its first offseason organized team activity, Manziel went to Las Vegas during his time off and was seen partying with New England Patriots..." May 27

  • Another Bad Sign For Clayborn’s Bucs Future

    JoeBucsFan.com "When Lovie Smith called second-year man Steven Means his “prototype” defensive end last week, that was just another big clue Adrian Clayborn’s Tampa Bay future is in doubt. The size, speed and long arms Lovie was referencing in means are not among Clayborn’s attributes. Consider the..." May 27

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