The Indianapolis Colts' Andrew Luck and the Washington Redskins' Robert Griffin III signed their rookie contracts just before training camp opens and some two months after the Seattle Seahawks' Bruce Irvin became the initial 2012 NFL first-round draft pick to agree to terms. Under the new collective bargaining agreement, all NFL first-round draft picks can have four-year contracts with a non-negotiable fifth-year option, although not all will receive it.
The First Read, Week 8: Packers facing moment of truth vs. Cardinals; Daniel Jones steps up
Will the Packers prove they can hang with the NFC's top teams in a huge Thursday showdown with the Cardinals? Jeffri Chadiha explores that and more in his First Read ahead of Week 8 of the 2021 NFL season.
Bucs reward fan who gave back Tom Brady's 600th-TD ball with season tickets, signed memorabilia
Byron Kennedy wasn't supposed to receive Tom Brady's 600th-touchdown football. He's being rewarded handsomely for giving it back. The Buccaneers are giving Kennedy two signed jerseys and a helmet from Brady, a signed Mike Evans jersey and his game cleats, $1,000 credit at the team store, and two season passes for the remainder of this season and 2022.