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Tua Tagovailoa sees greatness in former teammate Mac Jones: 'He's a more mobile Tom Brady'
Mac Jones' former teammate, Tua Tagovailoa, believes a handful of NFL teams are about to make a mistake akin to the one every team but one made in the 2000 draft: passing on the greatest quarterback of all time.
Irv Cross, Pro Bowl CB and pioneer sportscaster, passes away at 81
Former NFL Pro Bowler and pioneer sportscaster Irv Cross passed away Sunday at 81, the Philadelphia Eagles announced. Cross played nine years in the NFL for the Eagles and Rams before becoming the first Black sports analyst on national TV.
Bucs QBs coach: Tom Brady wanted to match what Peyton Manning did in Denver
Buccaneers quarterbacks coach Clyde Christensen believes one reason Tom Brady left New England was to match something only his longtime rival Peyton Manning had accomplished: be the starting QB for two Super Bowl-winning franchises.
Giants OT Nate Solder intends to play this year following 2020 opt-out
Nate Solder has made a decision about his future. The Giants will have to make one about it, too. After opting out of the 2020 season because of family concerns amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the veteran tackle told ESPN that he intends to play this year.
Key Patriots opt-outs Dont'a Hightower, Patrick Chung, Marcus Cannon set to return in 2021
New England is set to welcome back three significant players who opted out of the 2020 season due to the COVID-19 pandemic -- linebacker Dont'a Hightower, safety Patrick Chung and offensive tackle Marcus Cannon -- NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported.
Sean McVay on Jared Goff's days as Rams QB: 'There's a lot of times you can smile on'
Speaking Thursday about his soon-to-be former quarterback Jared Goff, Rams coach Sean McVay looked back fondly on the days of Goff and deemed it unfair to pin the team's recent offensive woes squarely on the shoulders of the QB.
Jets DT Quinnen Williams: 'I'd be disappointed' if traded by New York
The offseason isn't even a month old, and the Jets are set to look dramatically different next season because of their new coaching staff alone. More change could be coming at several positions. Whatever the final roster proves to be, DT Quinnen Williams wants to be on it.
Frank Reich: Colts have 'right culture' but need good QB play to win title
As a trade to acquire Carson Wentz will not be official until the start of the new league year in March, Colts head coach Frank Reich could not speak Thursday on bringing in the former first-round pick. But Reich made it clear that he believes with good QB play, the Colts can take the next step forward.
Kendall Hinton's QB cameo 'still unreal' to him, but hopes it helps him stick in NFL
Kendall Hinton carved out a place in the quirky, unexpected hall of NFL history in 2020 when he played emergency quarterback for an entire game due to COVID-19's impact on the Broncos. Looking back, Hinton still can't believe what happened.
New OL assistant Kevin Mawae: Watching Colts' offense 'special'
The Colts are set to return roughly 75 percent of their starting offense from 2020, but changes are coming at two or three key positions. New assistant offensive line coach Kevin Mawae said the unit has been a special one to observe thus far.
Buccaneers S Antoine Winfield spins Super Bowl fine amount into youth donation
Tampa Bay safety Antoine Winfield Jr. is donating the amount of $7,815 – the sum he was fined for taunting the Kansas City Chiefs' Tyreek Hill during the Super Bowl – to support the Bucs' Youth Leadership Program at East Tampa's Young Middle Magnet School.
2021 Legends Impact Grant recipients announced
The NFL on Wednesday announced its recipients of the 2021 Legends Impact Grant Award, which recognizes the outstanding and ongoing philanthropic efforts of NFL Legends. Twan Russell, Harry Sydney and Chris Long were selected as the winners, and were awarded $50,000, $40,000, and $30,000, respectively for their foundations.
JuJu Smith-Schuster: 'I don't want to leave' Pittsburgh
Steelers WR JuJu Smith-Schuster is scheduled to hit free agency in less than a month, and his current team doesn't appear financially capable of retaining him. When tracked down by TMZ, Smith-Schuster said he's not yet considering a different team.
Does race remain a factor in the evaluation of NFL quarterbacks?
The 2020 season witnessed a record number of African American quarterbacks starting for their teams. And it all happened with little fanfare, which begs the question: Is race no longer a factor in the evaluation of NFL quarterbacks? It's a question Jim Trotter asked several prominent people in and around the game.
Art Rooney II: Steelers planning for Ben Roethlisberger return once contract is worked out
Steelers president Art Rooney II confirmed the club wants Ben Roethlisberger back in 2021. Rooney said in a statement that he met with Big Ben on Tuesday and sides agreed that they'll continue their partnership once his contract is worked out.
Dez Bryant 'realized quick Baltimore wasn't the place for me'
After a long wait to return, WR Dez Bryant stated Tuesday on Twitter that it didn't take long for him to recognize the Ravens weren't a good fit for him, and though his time in Baltimore didn't work out, the former Pro Bowl wideout intends to play two more seasons before retiring.
Police turn over investigation into allegations against Broncos LB Von Miller to DA's office
The Parker (Colo.) Police Department on Tuesday provided the results of an "extensive investigation" into allegations against Denver Broncos pass rusher Von Miller to the Douglas County District Attorney's Office.
Chris Godwin faces potentially difficult decision between sticking with Bucs, cashing in as free agent
Chris Godwin is a Super Bowl champion, a title all football players chase and few achieve. But he's also a Super Bowl-champion free agent, and he's in line to get paid. Will the WR stay in Tampa Bay for less?
Titans first-round OT Isaiah Wilson says he's 'done' in Tennessee in since-deleted tweet
Following a rookie season in which he appeared in just one game amid trips to the reserve/COVID-19 list and off-the-field issues, offensive tackle Isaiah Wilson tweeted -- and later deleted -- that he was "done" as a Titan on Monday.
Former Panthers DT Kawann Short drawing interest from a few teams since being cut
The Carolina Panthers released defensive tackle Kawann Short last week. The eight-year veteran told SiriusXM NFL Radio he is already getting nibbles of interest: "We had a few teams reach out, but none set in stone."