We all know that free agent WR Terrell Owens tore the ACL in his left knee and that he’s recovered to the point where he held a public workout this week so teams at least have video of his progress — although none attended in person. How he suffered the injury wasn’t widely known — until now.
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It seems unlikely that Raiders rookie QB Terrelle Pryor will win his appeal of his NFL-mandated five-game suspension, given the conditions of his deal to be allowed into the league via the supplemental draft in the first place.
We learned Thursday that Eagles WR DeSean Jackson — in the final season of his four-year rookie contract — took out a multi-million-dollar insurance policy on himself in August. It’s primary protection against injury until he finalizes what should be a monster extension with the Eagles.
Sure, the lockout is set to officially end Monday, but we know what you really want to know about: Which NFL quarterback just got married and which one just broke off his engagement?
A lot has to happen before Plaxico Burress returns to a football field.
Stop us if you’ve heard this one before: Rex Ryan believes the New York Jets are your next Super Bowl champions.
We’re getting the latest on the pending Terrell Owens deal on a number of fronts. First it was the reaction of Bengals coach Marvin Lewis, now a few detatils from Owens’ agent, Drew Rosenhaus.
Panthers LB Jon Beason said he’s sorry about his comments concerning Terrell Owens, in which he objected to the receiver’s possible presence in Carolina.
Terrell Owens‘ agent, Drew Rosenhaus, confirmed Friday night on SIRIUS NFL Radio that the Bengals are interested in the six-time Pro Bowl wide receiver.
Posted: Thursday, February 25th, 2010 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Alex Barron, Billy Devaney, Bo Scaife, Cleveland Browns, Detroit Lions, Drew Rosenhaus, Jared Cook, Josh Cribbs, Kevin Smith, Leonard Little, New York Jets, Oshiomogho Atogwe, St. Louis Rams, Tennessee Titans, Thomas Jones
A number of teams will use the NFL Scouting Combine not only as a way to look at new players, but hopefully hammer out some contract details with potential free agents.
Free-agent WR Donte’ Stallworth will work out for the Lions on Thursday, NFL Network’s Michael Lombardi reported on NFL Total Access.
Agent Drew Rosenhaus told the Boston Globe that just-released WR Donte’ Stallworth will work out for an NFL team Wednesday and expects to sign somewhere soon.
Redskins FB Mike Sellers’ contract was set to expire in 2010, now runs through 2014, including a max of $1 million in new bonus money.
What we’ll look at tonight’s topics we spin Around The League on NFL Network’s Total Access … and I’ll explain why never to leave one’s Ipod in the car.
New England agreed to terms on a four-year deal with cornerback Darius Butler, a second-round pick, according to his agent.