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Daryn Colledge retires from NFL
Offensive lineman Daryn Colledge has decided to walk away from football. Colledge's agents announced his retirement via Twitter on Wednesday.
Aaron Rodgers loves quoting 'The Princess Bride'
Aaron Rodgers loves to joke around with his teammates, but they don't always get his humor. "His jokes are what we call 'Algebra 2,' " a former teammate said. "I think a lot of people don't get it."
Injury roundup: Dolphins place Branden Albert on IR
The Miami Dolphins lost their best offensive player when they placed left tackle Branden Albert on injured reserve. Ian Rapoport reports Albert suffered ACL and MCL tears in Sunday's game.
Week 10 Cheat Sheet
Can Antoine Bethea and the 49ers' secondary contain Jimmy Graham and the NFC South-leading Saints' offense in one of Week 10's biggest matchups? Get some tips from our latest Cheat Sheet.
Branden Albert, Miami Dolphins' new offensive line start strong
A week into the 2014 season, the Miami Dolphins' Branden Albert-led offensive line already has trumped last year's unit in one key aspect: protecting quarterback Ryan Tannehill. Jeff Darlington reports.
Dolphins' O-line, Broncos' pass D look better; Bears' D-line down
Gil Brandt checks the early returns from overhauled position groups around the NFL -- and says first-round pick Bradley Roby is already making his presence felt in the Denver Broncos' secondary.
Brandon Browner to meet with New England Patriots
The 49ers will host former Seahawks-rival Walter Thurmond, while an upcoming suspension isn't stopping the Patriots from showing interest in Brandon Browner. Around The League has all your free-agent visits here.
Daryn Colledge says goodbye to Arizona Cardinals
Veteran guard Daryn Colledge tweeted goodbye to the Arizona Cardinals on Saturday. Does the team's offensive line overhaul include a plan to sign free agent Branden Albert?
Injury roundup: Lions' Calvin Johnson questionable
Detroit Lions wide receiver Calvin Johnson is questionable for Sunday's meeting with the Minnesota Vikings. Megatron's hazy status for Week 17 kicks off our massive Friday injury report.
Carson Palmer triggers fashion disaster in the desert
Arizona Cardinals quarterback Carson Palmer is making his offensive linemen work for their Christmas presents this holiday season -- and the results are not pretty.
Mike Glennon's Buccaneers debut ruined by Cardinals
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers blew a 10-point lead Sunday and lost to the Arizona Cardinals, but rookie quarterback Mike Glennon acquitted himself well in his NFL debut.
Jonathan Cooper could return to Cardinals this season
The Arizona Cardinals' first-round pick, Jonathan Cooper, went down with a broken leg Saturday. Coach Bruce Arians is hopeful Cooper can make a return to the field this season
What we learned from NFL training camps Sunday
There wasn't any rest for NFL teams as training camp kicked into full gear. The big story came out of Denver, where Peyton Manning's offensive line was dealt another difficult blow.
Jonathan Cooper, Arizona Cardinals agree on contract
The Arizona Cardinals finally locked up their first-round draft pick on Sunday. Jonathan Cooper's four-year contract includes a signing bonus worth just under $9 million, Ian Rapoport reports.
2013 NFL Draft Fallout: Arizona Cardinals
The Arizona Cardinals have allowed more sacks than any other NFL team over the past two years. Will first-round draft pick Jonathan Cooper help reverse that trend on an improved offensive line?
NFC West draft needs: San Francisco 49ers could use Matt Elam
The San Francisco 49ers boast one of the NFL's best defenses, but they need a safety to replace Dashon Goldson. How about Matt Elam? Chris Wesseling examines draft plans in the NFC West.
Greg Jennings needs to make impression -- and fast
Greg Jennings is a free agent at season's end, but there haven't been any contract talks with the Green Bay Packers. Now the wide receiver has three regular-season games to prove his worth.
NFL distributes compensatory draft picks to 15 clubs
The Browns, Jets and Packers each received four more draft picks as a total of 32 compensatory choices in the 2011 NFL Draft were awarded to 15 different teams.