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  • New YorkFull Story

    Janoris Jenkins adds another honor after best NFL season

    Janoris Jenkins adds another honor after best NFL season
    May 23, 2017 10:43 am EST

    Cornerback Janoris Jenkins signed a five-year, $62.5 million contract with the New York Giants last offseason, leaving the St. Louis Rams in free agency four seasons after they'd selected him out of North Alabama in the second round of the 2012 NFL Draft.

    Jenkins responded to his big contract in the Big Apple by earning his first Pro Bowl invitation. And on Monday night, he appeared on NFL Network's Top 100 Players of 2017.

    NFL players vote for the Top 100 Players, and Jenkins placed 54th this year. It's the first time that Jenkins has made the list.

    Jenkins intercepted three passes...


  • Tampa BayFull Story

    Vincent Jackson’s future with Bucs and NFL still a mystery

    Vincent Jackson’s future with Bucs and NFL still a mystery
    May 19, 2017 9:42 am EST

    With the 2017 NFL season set to kick off in just a few short months, there’s still a lot of questions and uncertainty surrounding wide receiver Vincent Jackson and his status with the Bucs.

    The Buccaneers have yet to sign him to a new deal and since the team has added a plethora of options for Jameis Winston to work with, it appears the Bucs have already made up their minds about parting ways with the veteran receiver.

    Jackson’s status with the team has been questionable since the 34-year-old finished the season on...


  • TennesseeFull Story

    Tennessee Titans 2017: CB Logan Ryan team’s best offseason addition

    Tennessee Titans 2017: CB Logan Ryan team’s best offseason addition
    May 16, 2017 9:10 am EST

    The free-agency period has been good one way or another for every NFL team. Hence, it’s time to take a look at the positives in our newest series for End Zone Score. Which newcomer to the club was the franchise’s best offseason move and why? We got things started with the 2016 last-place teams in the eight divisions. You can get caught up on the entire series by clicking right here. Now we are onto the clubs that finished third. And that means the Tennessee Titans are in the spotlight.

    The addition of cornerback Logan Ryan from the defending Super Bowl champion New England Patriots is a major coup. He led Bill Belichick’s team with 92 tackles in 2016. He also totaled one sack and two interceptions while knocking down 11 passes. A third-round pick from Rutgers University in 2013, Ryan has racked up 13 picks in four...


  • HoustonFull Story

    Tom Savage excited for opportunity of 2017

    Tom Savage excited for opportunity of 2017
    May 16, 2017 9:09 am EST

    The fourth-year quarterback was with his teammates and coaches at Monday's Houston Texans Charity Golf Classic, and even though the start of the season is four months away, Savage is ready for the opportunity to lead

    “I’m super excited," Savage said. "I know it’s going to be a battle. You have to go out there and you have to perform at all times, especially at this position, and I know that, but I’m really looking forward to it.”

    "You gotta go out there and perform"


    Savage, who started a pair of regular season games at the end of last season,...


  • HoustonFull Story

    J.J. Watt believes in Tom Savage as Texans’ starting QB

    J.J. Watt believes in Tom Savage as Texans’ starting QB
    May 09, 2017 5:13 pm EST

    A lot of NFL followers around the country are having a difficult time believing Tom Savage is the Texans' starting quarterback and will begin the season in that role.

    Some Web sites have already selected quarterback Deshaun Watson, the first-round pick, as the NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year.
    Savage's teammates have watched him learn Bill O'Brien's system, and they know he's working hard to take advantage of his starting opportunity in the last year of his contract.
    One of Savage's fans is...


  • ChicagoFull Story

    Bears bringing back veteran OL Taylor Boggs

    Bears bringing back veteran OL Taylor Boggs
    May 02, 2017 8:54 am EST

    With the draft wrapped up the Chicago Bears are continuing to tweak the roster, a sign of change to come in the days and weeks ahead as the team signs undrafted rookie free agents.

    A veteran was added to the mix on Monday. The team is bringing back interior offensive lineman Taylor Boggs. Boggs, 30, appeared in five games for the Cardinals last season and made two starts.

    The Bears also placed six players on waivers: cornerbacks Jacoby Glenn and De’Vante Bausby, running backs Bralon Addison and David Cobb, wide...


  • HoustonFull Story

    Tom Savage ready to prove his worth in contract season

    Tom Savage ready to prove his worth in contract season
    April 18, 2017 8:45 am EST

    Quarterback Tom Savage offered a glimpse into the Texans' meeting room last season when coach Bill O'Brien and former quarterback Brock Osweiler had some of their notable blowups.

    On the first day of the team's offseason program, Savage was asked about new quarterback coach Sean Ryan, who tutored receivers last season.
    With former offensive coordinator George Godsey in Detroit and Osweiler exiled to Cleveland, O'Brien will call plays for the first time since 2014, his first season.
    "It's going to be a fun room...


  • TennesseeFull Story

    Former Patriots CB Logan Ryan Ready to Make Mark with Titans

    Former Patriots CB Logan Ryan Ready to Make Mark with Titans
    March 11, 2017 10:15 am EST

    Logan Ryan has two Super Bowl rings from his days with the New England Patriots. But the veteran cornerback is not arriving with his new team, the Titans, acting like a big shot.

    “I am not here to make promises or guarantees,’’ Ryan said on Friday. “I am just here to work hard, fit in with the team, be dependable and put the team first. I’ve heard there’s a lot of great guys in this locker room.

    “I am a guy who is going to come to work every day. I am very blue-collar in that nature. I will do whatever it...


  • New OrleansFull Story

    Larry Warford drawn to Saints in part because of New Orleans culture

    Larry Warford drawn to Saints in part because of New Orleans culture
    March 11, 2017 10:13 am EST

    New Orleans Saints fans might one day have a unique opportunity to meet the team's top acquisition thus far in 2017. Larry Warford, who signed a four-year deal reportedly worth $34 million, is an aspiring musician and thinks he might eventually take some time to jam around the city.

    Football, though, will be the top priority for Warford once he moves to New Orleans. The Saints signed the 25-year-old to be the long-term replacement for Jahri Evans, who held that spot for the past 11 seasons, and the team hopes Warford can provide the same powerful blocking skills he produced with the Detroit Lions the past four...


  • PhiladelphiaFull Story

    Chance Warmack turned down better offers for Jeff Stoutland, Eagles

    Chance Warmack turned down better offers for Jeff Stoutland, Eagles
    March 11, 2017 10:10 am EST

    College is often called a formative time. Kids turn into young adults, learn what motivates them, and form bonds that last lifetimes. For the Eagles’ newest offensive lineman Chance Warmack, college was when he met Jeff Stoutland.

    Stoutland, then the offensive line coach at Alabama, left a lasting impression on Warmack. In his senior year, Warmack was named First Team All-SEC and a unanimous All-American, and the following spring he was selected 10th overall by the Titans.

    When he thinks of Stoutland, naturally Warmack thinks of some of the best football he’s...


  • CincinnatiFull Story

    BRANDON LAFELL, CINCINNATI BENGALS AGREE TO 2-YEAR CONTRACT

    BRANDON LAFELL, CINCINNATI BENGALS AGREE TO 2-YEAR CONTRACT
    March 09, 2017 8:48 am EST

    Wide receiver Brandon LaFell is set to return to the Cincinnati Bengals in 2017 after agreeing to a new deal with the team. LaFell's agents, Neil S. Schwartz and Jonathan Feinsod, announced LaFell agreed to re-sign with the Bengals. Jim Owczarski of the Cincinnati Enquirer reported it's a two-year deal worth $10 million, "all in base and bonuses.

    Paul Dehner Jr. of the Cincinnati Enquirer noted the Bengals grew to appreciate what LaFell brought to the organization last season:

    The 30-year-old veteran spent 2016 with the Bengals on a one-year deal. With A.J. Green missing six games due to injury, he emerged as quarterback Andy Dalton's top target down the stretch.


    LaFell...


  • JacksonvilleFull Story

    Patrick Omameh to re-sign with Jaguars

    Patrick Omameh to re-sign with Jaguars
    March 09, 2017 8:41 am EST

    JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- The Jaguars and reserve guard Patrick Omameh have agreed to terms on a new contract, his agents announced on Twitter on Tuesday evening. Schwartz & Feinsod @schwartzfeinsod Patrick Omameh @patrickomameh has agreed to terms with the Jacksonville Jaguars @Jaguars 5:23 PM - 7 Mar 2017 · Hollywood, FL

    Omameh started six games at left guard last season after starter Luke Joeckel suffered a serious knee injury. Omameh also started another game as an extra offensive lineman and saw some action at left tackle after Kelvin Beachum suffered a concussion in Week 2.

    Jaguars secure experienced depth by bringing back OL Patrick Omameh

    ...
  • TennesseeFull Story

    LOGAN RYAN PERFECTLY SUMS UP PATRIOTS SEASON, SUPER BOWL LI

    LOGAN RYAN PERFECTLY SUMS UP PATRIOTS SEASON, SUPER BOWL LI
    February 08, 2017 8:58 am EST

    Logan Ryan wasn’t asked about anything specific, he was just asked for his general thoughts on the win over the Falcons in Super Bowl LI when the Patriots came from 25 points down to win.

    In his 1:30 answer, Ryan was very passionate about the season and also gave a message to kids to not give up even if life gets challenging.

    “It’s so fitting because this is where this team was, man,” he said. “We were counted out at the beginning of the year with [Tom Brady’s] four-game suspension. Throughout the year we were playing...


  • CincinnatiFull Story

    Brandon LaFell ranked among best NFL No. 2 receivers at creating separation

    Brandon LaFell ranked among best NFL No. 2 receivers at creating separation
    January 31, 2017 2:09 pm EST

    One of the most under-the-radar acquisitions of the 2016 offseason, Brandon LaFell had a surprisingly good season for the Bengals. In his seventh NFL season, LaFell finished second on the team in both receptions (64) and receiving yards (862), while leading the team in touchdown receptions with six. He was arguably the MVP of the offense over the last two months when Green and Eifert missed time down the stretch.

    In fact, LaFell was one of the best No. 2 receivers in the NFL in terms of creating separation, according to a study by NFL.com’s Matt Harmon.

    4) Brandon LaFell, Cincinnati Bengals (2.76 separation at target)

    Out wide separation: 2.72 (83.2 percent of targets)

    Slot separation: 2.21 (14 percent of targets)

    Air yards per target:...


  • TennesseeFull Story

    Logan Ryan yearns to be key game-changer for Patriots

    Logan Ryan yearns to be key game-changer for Patriots
    January 21, 2017 9:22 am EST

    Patriots cornerback Logan Ryan was irritated Saturday after he undercut DeAndre Hopkins’ route to break up a third-down pass for the second time in the game.

    Ryan went low for Brock Osweiler’s throw, wound up on the turf and was immediately congratulated by safety Patrick Chung, but the corner rolled his eyes because he expected more out of himself on the play.

    “I felt like I could have picked it,” Ryan said. “Some people see it as a good play. I felt like I could have picked it.”

    Ryan...



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