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May
25

RB Freeman willing to sit out 2020 season over contract desires

Free agent running back DEVONTA FREEMAN is reportedly prepared to sit out the 2020 season if his contract expectations are not met. Freeman recently passed on a potential one-year deal withMore the Seattle Seahawks that was worth up to $4 million. The Seahawks quickly moved on and reached a deal with veteran CARLOS HYDE. Freeman, meanwhile, is coming off a pair of disappointing seasons, rushing for a career-low 3.6 yards per carry last season. Less

Source: NFL.com

May
25

Jets add veteran quarterback Flacco

The New York Jets signed veteran quarterback JOE FLACCO late last week to back up starter SAM DARNOLD. Flacco agreed to a one-year deal with the Jets as he continues toMore recover from neck surgery. Flacco’s agent said that rehab is going well, adding that Flacco can expect to join the team for training camp in early August and should be cleared for contact no later than mid-September. Less

Source: New York Times

May
25

Wideout says Big Ben is back after throwing session

The Pittsburgh Steelers held a throwing session recently, and star wide receiver JUJU SMITH-SCHUSTER came away impressed by what he saw from veteran quarterback BEN ROETHLISBERGER. Smith-Schuster said the missing pieceMore last season was Big Ben, adding that he thinks the Steelers are going to have a big year with the veteran signal-caller back at the helm. Less

Source: NFL.com

May
25

Washington RB Peterson has lofty goal for 2020 season

Heading into the 2020 season, one of Washington running back ADRIAN PETERSON’s goals is to pass Barry Sanders and move into fourth place in total NFL rushing yards. To reach hisMore goal, Peterson will need to rush for 1,054 yards this season. While Peterson is certainly capable of such a season, he will also face competition from a crowded Washington running back corps. Less

Source: Team Blog

May
25

Dolphins QB Fitzpatrick wants to start

Veteran Miami quarterback RYAN FITZPATRICK is excited for the arrival of rookie quarterback TUA TAGOVAILOA, but he fully plans to compete for the starting job heading into the 2020 season. FitzpatrickMore is ready to be a mentor for Tagovailoa, but he will do so while also trying to lock down the starting gig. Less

Source: ESPN.com

May
25

Cowboys DE Smith feels great after time away

30-year-old Dallas defensive end ALDON SMITH has been serving an indefinite suspension since late in the 2015 season. Now reinstated, Smith says that he still feels young, without the mileage onMore his body. Smith believes that he still has good football ahead of him. The Cowboys signed Smith to help replace defensive end ROBERT QUINN, who posted a team-best 11.5 sacks last year before joining the Chicago Bears via free agency in March. Less

Source: Team Website

May
25

“Sky is the limit” for Titans WR Brown

Tennessee Titans wide receiver A.J. BROWN says the “sky is the limit” as he heads into his second NFL season. Brown was the only 1,000-yard rookie receiver in 2019, and heMore became the first rookie since 1970 to have 1,000 yards and average more than 20 yards per reception. Brown finished third in the Offensive Rookie of the Year voting behind KYLER MURRAY and JOSH JACOBS. Less

Source: Nashville Post

May
25

Browns WR Landry ahead of schedule with rehab

Cleveland Browns wide receiver JARVIS LANDRY said recently that he is a little bit ahead of schedule with his rehab, before adding that he is taking it day by day. LandryMore said the quarantine has made his rehab a bit more difficult, not having access to some of the things he typically would. Landry is recovering from hip surgery in February. He is expected to return sometime in August. Less

Source: Cleveland Plain Dealer

May
21

Kansas City OC sees “special traits” in rookie RB

Kansas City offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy said earlier this week that rookie running back CLYDE EDWARDS-HELAIRE has some “special traits”. While DAMIEN WILLIAMS will head to training camp as the starting running back, the team seems to be excited about the potential of their new rookie rusher.

Source: NBC Sports

May
21

NFL conditionally reinstates Aldon Smith

Veteran pass rusher ALDON SMITH was conditionally reinstated to the NFL after a video teleconference with NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell on Wednesday. The Dallas Cowboys will officially reinstate Smith to the active roster on May 26th. The Cowboys initially signed Smith to a one-year contract back in April.

Source: Team Website

May
21

Brady leads throwing session with new teammates

New Tampa Bay quarterback TOM BRADY led a throwing session on Tuesday at a local prep school with some of his teammates. The backup quarterbacks also joined the session, but BradyMore appeared to be the one organizing the route combinations and situational drills that the Bucs receivers, tight ends, and running backs were running. Less

Source: Tampa Bay Times

May
21

Roethlisberger throws with teammates

Pittsburgh quarterback BEN ROETHLISBERGER released a video this week that showed him slinging passes to teammates, providing more evidence that he is fully recovered from elbow surgery in September. Prior toMore the video, Roethlisberger had stated that his rehab was going well and he had no doubts about his availability for the upcoming season. Less

Source: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

May
21

Addition of rookie WR Lamb could help veteran RB Elliott

The Dallas Cowboys recently added rookie wide receiver CEEDEE LAMB to the wideout room along with holdovers AMARI COOPER and MICHAEL GALLUP. Considering the running game excelled last year when the Dallas offense spread out opposing defenses, veteran running back EZEKIEL ELLIOTT could be the big winner.

Source: Dallas Morning News

May
21

Reich thinks Rivers could be with Colts beyond 2020

Indianapolis head coach Frank Reich said that he hopes new quarterback PHILIP RIVERS will be playing for the Colts beyond the upcoming 2020 season. Rivers signed a one-year deal with the Colts in March, but Reich is optimistic that his quarterback will remain in Indianapolis a bit longer.

Source: Team Website

May
21

Chargers considered QB Newton

Los Angeles Chargers head coach Anthony Lynn admitted that the team did consider free agent quarterback CAM NEWTON at one point. Given the questions about Newton’s health and other factors, theMore Chargers passed on signing him and instead decided to move forward with veteran TYROD TAYLOR and rookie JUSTIN HERBERT. Newton, meanwhile, remains unsigned. Less

Source: NFL.com

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