Steve Wyche reports from Minnesota, where players were shocked and surprised at the dismissal of Randy Moss, and coach Brad Childress was grilled by the media Wednesday.
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Steve Wyche reports from Minnesota Vikings headquarters on the future of head coach Brad Childress, whose job status he says is safe for now.
Randy Moss’ name appeared on the league’s waiver report Tuesday, officially opening the window for teams not named the Vikings to stake their claims.
Jared Allen maintains that with or without Brett Favre, the Vikings’ goals remain the same.
The chatter about Vincent Jackson‘s future has picked up of late, and there’s no shortage of intrigue as to which teams could be interested in the Pro Bowl receiver and at what point the Chargers would consider trading him.
While the consensus is free-agent WR Terrell Owens won’t hear from teams until an injury creates an opportunity during training camp, it’s also fully expected he’ll find work at some point.
The early reports on second-year WR Brian Robiskie — a popular offseason candidate to step up in 2010 — sound positive.
By all indications, we’re now less than a week away from likely finding out the conclusion to the curious case of O.J. Atogwe.
Steve Wyche told “NFL Total Access” on Monday that Rams safety Oshiomogho Atogwe will not sign his restricted free agent tender.
It appears imminent that Adam Jones is on his way back to the NFL. That alone has drawn a strong reaction from NFL Nation.
NFL.com senior writer Steve Wyche took a spin in the Around the League chair Friday on NFL Total Access, dropping some serious knowledge on the Jets’ pursuit of Jason Taylor and potential No. 1 overall draft pick Sam Bradford‘s status.
Vikings owner Zygi Wilf and Texans chairman & CEO Robert McNair offered differing opinions on the proposed playoff overtime rule change from the NFL Annual Meeting.
Steve Wyche said on NFL Total Access on Thursday that “all indications” are unrestricted free agent Dunta Robinson will end up with the Falcons.
When the NFL free agency period begins this weekend, NFL Network will have it covered.
Something can be taken from every workout and drill at the NFL Scouting Combine. To those who watched the first group of quarterbacks and wide receivers Sunday morning, Clemson’s Jacoby Ford is the player who caught the most attention.