The Detroit Lions signed guard Manny Ramirez, their fourth-round draft pick, to a three-year contract. The Texas Tech offensive lineman was taken by the Lions with the 117th pick overall in April's draft. Detroit traded two fifth-round choices to St. Louis to move back up into the fourth round and draft Ramirez. Signing Ramirez was among several moves the team has made to strengthen its offensive line, devastated last year by injuries. Detroit also signed free agent guard Edwin Mulitalo and traded Dre' Bly to Denver for tackle George Foster.
Matthew Stafford, Rams prove the hype is real in win over defending champion Buccaneers
The Rams aren't shy from making the big move, and their blockbuster trade for Matthew Stafford already is reaping rewards. Jim Trotter details the substance behind the hype in L.A. following Sunday's 34-24 win over the Buccaneers.
Justin Fields' frustrating debut vs. Browns leads to more concerning questions about Bears
Justin Fields' first start wasn't the least bit promising for Chicago Bears fans. But Jeffri Chadiha says the rookie's frustrating performance had less to do with Fields and more about coaching, lack of preparation and more.