Bears release McDonald after domestic violence arrest
The Chicago Bears have released defensive tackle Ray McDonald in the wake of his latest involvement in a domestic violence incident on Monday. McDonald signed a one-year deal with the team in March.
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The San Francisco 49ers lost plenty of stars this offseason, but Glenn Dorsey doesn't seem to be worried. "We've got a lot of guys that can play," he said.
Projected starters: San Francisco 49ers
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2015 NFL Draft: Top five needs for all 32 teams
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San Francisco 49ers release Ray McDonald
The San Francisco 49ers have released defensive tackle Ray McDonald, GM Trent Baalke announced Wednesday. The move comes following the news that Northern California authorities are investigating McDonald on suspicion of sexual assault.
Reading the defense: IDP playoff update
With the fantasy regular season drawing quickly to a close, Marcas Grant takes another look at some players who are trending up or down for the postseason, including a sack master in New Orleans.
Injury roundup: Jadeveon Clowney expects to play
Jadeveon Clowney expects to return to the field Sunday to face the Cleveland Browns. The Houston Texans linebacker will likely be used in a limited role as he returns from a knee injury and illness.
No charges to be filed against 49ers' Ray McDonald
The Santa Clara District Attorney's office won't press charges on the San Francisco 49ers' Ray McDonald, citing insufficient evidence. He was arrested in August on suspicion of committing domestic violence.
Niners keep Ray McDonald in the lineup
Should the San Francisco 49ers continue to let defensive lineman Ray McDonald play or should they let due process play out?
Niners won't punish McDonald until process plays out
San Francisco 49ers CEO Jed York reiterated the team's stance Tuesday that it won't punish defensive tackle Ray McDonald until due process plays out.
NFL Week 1 viewer's guide
It's the first week of September, and you know what that means. The NFL regular season is finally here, and Around The NFL's Kevin Patra is here to give you the lowdown on each tasty matchup.
Peyton Manning's Broncos hit bump in road back to Super Bowl
The path back to the Super Bowl will not be easy for Peyton Manning's Denver Broncos. Judy Battista studies one of their first roadblocks: Wes Welker's suspension. Plus, 10 things to watch in Week 1.
Niners GM: Due process to 'play out' for Ray McDonald
Following Ray McDonald's arrest over the weekend, San Francisco 49ers general manager Trent Baalke said that, while the team won't tolerate domestic violence, the defensive end will be granted due process.
Jim Harbaugh: 'No tolerance' for domestic violence
Two days after Ray McDonald was arrested on felony domestic violence charges, San Francisco 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh made "very clear" the repercussions if a player is convicted of such a crime.
Ray McDonald arrested on domestic violence charges
San Francisco 49ers defensive end Ray McDonald was arrested Sunday morning on domestic violence charges.
NFC West free agency needs: Seahawks, 49ers still can improve
What do you get the franchise that has everything? OK, the Seattle Seahawks aren't perfect. In his NFC West free agency primer, Elliot Harrison says Pete Carroll's team could use a few upgrades.
What to watch for: Championship Week viewing tips
The four teams playing on Championship Weekend faced off not so long ago. So what's changed since then? Gregg Rosenthal gets you ready for a big Sunday.
J.J. Watt still atop ATL's defensive end rankings
J.J. Watt's sacks are down slightly from last season, but he's still the NFL's best defensive end. Chris Wesseling explores while breaking down the best and worst of the position.
No limits for Lawrence Okoye with San Francisco 49ers
Lawrence Okoye is brand new to football. That was evident by the fact he recently threw on pads for the first time ever. But he won't allow that to limit him as the San Francisco 49ers' newest addition.