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Earl Bennett released by Cleveland Browns
The receiver-needy Browns have had their fill of Earl Bennett. Cleveland on Tuesday terminated the contract of the seven-year veteran just one month after signing the former Bears pass-catcher.
Browns GM: We don't need 'mega-guy' at receiver
Browns general manager Ray Farmer isn't worried about not having his "mega" receiver Josh Gordon in 2014. But will spreading the duties among the rest of Cleveland's receivers be enough?
Josh Morgan, Chicago Bears strike one-year contract
Josh Morgan signed a one-year contract Monday with the Chicago Bears. With an unproven group of receivers behind Brandon Marshall and Alshon Jeffery, could Morgan contend for the No. 3 spot?
What we learned on Day 8 of free agency
The Philadelphia Eagles are listening to potential offers on DeSean Jackson. The Raiders finally located a left tackle. Details on those developments and more in ATL's daily look back at free agency.
Earl Bennett released by Chicago Bears
Earl Bennett was released Tuesday by the Chicago Bears after he refused to take a pay cut. Find out who's the likely candidate to slide into Bennett's No. 3 receiver role.
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.
Jordan Matthews breaks another SEC record in Vandy win
Vanderbilt wide receiver Jordan Matthews became the SEC's all-time leader in career receptions during the Commodores' win over Tennessee on Saturday.
Ty Montgomery's Big Game heroics lead Week 13 WRs
Stanford wide receiver Ty Montgomery accounted for five touchdowns in a Big Game rout to top the best performances of Week 13.
Vanderbilt's Matthews mentored by Chicago Bears' Bennett
Chicago Bears receiver Earl Bennett, a former Vanderbilt Commodore, has been a mentor from afar for Vandy WR Jordan Matthews.
Jay Cutler doesn't regret delivering hit in Bears' game
Jay Cutler is a franchise quarterback, but that didn't stop him from delivering a big hit in the Bears' win over the Steelers. "That's how I sometimes have to play the game," he said.
Only the best: Six videos that explain Week 3
Jay Cutler, Ryan Tannehill and Cameron Jordan were among the Week 3 heroes. Kevin Patra dives into the six videos that tell you everything you need to know.
What you need to know about the Week 1 injury report
Ed Reed, Santonio Holmes, Jason Pierre-Paul, Barkevious Mingo and Roddy White are some of the big names on the Week 1 injury report. Find out who is playing right here.
Philip Rivers restructures San Diego Chargers contract
Philip Rivers restructured his contract, but the San Diego Chargers quarterback still will take home $12 million this season. Meantime, Chicago Bears wide receiver Earl Bennett took a pay cut.
Nineteen takeaways from NFL preseason finales
From Robert Griffin III to Geno Smith to Tim Tebow, a lot of big news was revealed on the final night of the preseason. Gregg Rosenthal goes through the top storylines from the 16-game schedule.
Training Camp Notebook: Slow down on Tavon Austin
In the latest Training Camp Notebook: Is Brandon Marshall injured or just hurting? Plus, more fuel to the Tavon Austin Is Overvalued fire.
Earl Bennett reportedly on Chicago Bears' trade block
The Chicago Bears reportedly have engaged in trade talks regarding Earl Bennett. Is the concussion-prone wide receiver a candidate to be released if he's not traded?
Bears' Henry Melton (concussion) on pace for Week 1
Henry Melton is running and should be ready for the season opener just weeks after suffering a concussion, according to a report. Melton is a game-changer and his availability is vital to the Bears' defense.
VCU receives $62 million federal grant for concussion research
Monday's roundup: New York Giants O-lineman Justin Pugh returns from concussion
Jay Cutler, Matt Forte should flourish in Marc Trestman's offense
It's a new day for the Chicago Bears, now that an offensive-minded coach is at the helm. Bucky Brooks explains how Marc Trestman will maximize Jay Cutler and Matt Forte in an avant-garde attack.