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Panthers OL Jonathan Martin to announce retirement
Jonathan Martin will retire, NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport reports. Instead of undergoing season-ending surgery, the Panthers offensive lineman has chosen to walk away after three seasons.
Making the Leap, No. 1: Khalil Mack
As a rookie, Khalil Mack may have been the best player at his position. Can the Raiders linebacker make a name for himself in Jack Del Rio's new regime?
C.J. Spiller, Brandin Cooks shining in Saints minicamp
Speed demons C.J. Spiller and Brandin Cooks are shining in Saints practices. Will that change once the hitting starts? Find out what else you need to know from Wednesday's minicamps.
NFC South draft needs: Two key building blocks for Buccaneers?
The New Orleans Saints traded Jimmy Graham and Kenny Stills, sapping the team's aerial firepower. Does this make DeVante Parker a prime target? Bucky Brooks provides an NFC South draft primer.
Roster Reset: New Orleans Saints back atop NFC South
Will the New Orleans Saints sit on top of the NFC South next season? Or will the reloaded Atlanta Falcons take the reigns? Around The NFL's Conor Orr examines the division.
Which teams have signed the most/fewest players?
Nick Fairley joined the Rams, and C.J. Spiller latched on with the Saints in two of free agency's less-heralded signings. Which teams stockpiled free agents while others stayed out of the dealings?
Jonathan Martin looking to move on from the past
Jonathan Martin, who was signed by the Panthers last week after getting cut by the 49ers, is ready to prove that he can be a starting tackle with his new team.
Jonathan Martin claimed by Carolina Panthers
The Carolina Panthers announced that they have claimed Jonathan Martin off waivers on Friday. Will Martin start on the Panthers' offensive line?
Jonathan Martin released by San Francisco 49ers
The San Francisco 49ers announced Thursday that they have released offensive tackle Jonathan Martin. Will Martin find a new team?
Pegula: Bills 'convinced' Incognito ready for NFL return
The Buffalo Bills announced the signing of Richie Incognito, a deal that comes with much scrutiny. However, new owner Terry Pegula believes the offensive lineman is ready to return to the NFL.
Bills sign Richie Incognito to one-year contract
Richie Incognito is back in the NFL, reaching an agreement in principle with the Bills. The offensive lineman, suspended in 2013 but reinstated in 2014, hasn't played in the NFL in more than a year.
Denver Broncos not signing Incognito after workout
After being reinstated by the NFL in August, Richie Incognito remains out of work. The Denver Broncos brought in the guard for a visit, but did not end up striking a deal with him, Ian Rapoport reports.
Reading the Defense: Burnett rounding back to form
Morgan Burnett is looking like the player who was an IDP star a few seasons ago. Marcas Grant highlights that and more in a new Reading the Defense.
Vernon Davis (back), Anthony Davis (knee) injured in 49ers win
San Francisco 49ers are currently playing without two of their offensive stalwarts.
Reading the Defense: Few keeping up with Jones
Among the ranks of IDP defensive lineman, Chandler Jones has become a name fantasy owners need to know. Marcas Grant has more in the latest edition of Reading the Defense.
Bears mount impressive comeback to topple 49ers
The Chicago Bears fell behind 17-0 on Sunday night and came all the way back in a 28-20 win over the San Francisco 49ers in the opening of Levi's Stadium.
Richie Incognito cleared to play in NFL's regular season
Free-agent guard Richie Incognito has been cleared by the NFL to play in the 2014 regular season. Will he latch on with the Buccaneers after Monday's visit to Tampa?
Nine things you need to know from Sunday's games
With the regular season right around the corner, Colin Kaepernick and the 49ers' first-team offense doesn't look ready for games that count. Here's what else we learned from Sunday's two-game slate.
Report: Miami not interested in Cyrus Kouandjio at No. 19
According to one report, the Miami Dolphins like Cyrus Kouandjio enough to draft him at No. 19. According to another, there's no chance. Welcome to T-minus two weeks before the NFL draft.