- WHERE: GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium
- WHEN: 8:15 p.m. ET (ESPN)
- OL Austin Blythe
- OT Prince Tega Wanogho
- OT Mike Remmers
- LB Anthony Hitchens
- DT Khalen Saunders
- CB Deandre Baker
Seven months removed from the Achilles tear he suffered in just Week 3 of last season, Lions safety Tracy Walker III is ecstatic to be back on the field for Detroit's offseason team activities, and ready to get back to work.
With defensive back Juan Thornhill and Za'Darius Smith joining the Browns this offseason, the newcomers want to win "a ring" for Cleveland in 2023.
The NFL community remembers and honors those who made the ultimate sacrifice in service to our country.
Dallas Cowboys wide receiver KaVontae Turpin is hoping to electrify audiences again in his second year, both when he chooses to forgo fair catches and in a potentially expanded role in the team's offense.
Chris Godwin rebounded from an ACL injury to finish 2022 with 1,000-plus receiving yards. But while his numbers were strong last year, Godwin said this week that he's only just now starting to feel like his pre-injury self again.
Giants quarterback Daniel Jones is preparing for the season, and that includes working with new addition tight end Darren Waller. "He's just an impressive athlete," Jones said.
Las Vegas Raiders quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo had a waiver added to his contract prior to his signing in March, without which he would not have passed his physical due to a left foot injury that necessitated surgery.
Le'Veon Bell just admitted what has long been evident since his 2019 departure from the Pittsburgh Steelers -- he never should have left.
Despite requesting a trade in April, Arizona Cardinals safety Budda Baker says he plans to attend the team's training camp in July.
49ers quarterback Trey Lance spent the majority of the 2022 season battling injuries, and for those wondering if he could have made a comeback in the playoffs, the young QB says he was not feeling "100 percent" until March.
Having spent his last offseason focusing on recovery from the Lisfranc injury that ended his rookie year in the preseason, Travis Etienne said this week that he's excited to be spending this summer honing football skills instead of rehabbing.
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