2021 NFC cut candidates: Viable releases and potential surprises
With the salary cap set to drop, which NFC players could be released this offseason? Gregg Rosenthal spotlights the most likely candidates for the chopping block, as well as some potential surprise cuts.
NFL Power Rankings: Seahawks early risers in training camp
With NFL teams holding their first padded practices of 2020 this week, Dan Hanzus explores the league to identify who's up and who's down through the early going of training camp. Check out the updated Power Rankings.
Seahawks re-sign QB Geno Smith day after release
On Saturday, the Seattle Seahawks shockingly decided to release quarterback Geno Smith, who appeared to be a lock to backup Russell Wilson. On Sunday, the team rectified that decision.
Roundup: Ziggy Ansah return slowed by groin injury
Robert Alford, who signed a three-year deal with the Cardinals in February, suffered a tibia fracture and could come off injured reserve in the second half of the season, according to Ian Rapoport.
Cardinals part ways with veteran CB David Amerson
Most teams use the last day of minicamp as a cool down until training camp. The Arizona Cardinals decided to use Thursday to make a move, releasing veteran cornerback David Amerson.
2019 NFL season: One key homegrown player for each NFC team
Mitchell Trubisky is critical to the Chicago Bears' season, while Chris Godwin could be a 100-catch player for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Gregg Rosenthal identifies one key homegrown player for every NFC team heading into the 2019 NFL season.
Patrick Peterson: 'I'm not happy, but relieved it's out'
On the same day in which the NFL announced his six-game suspension, Arizona Cardinals CB Patrick Peterson talked to the press, stating he was "definitely sorry" and "looking to move forward."
Cardinals CB Patrick Peterson suspended six games
Patrick Peterson has been suspended for the first six games of the 2019 season for violating the league's performance-enhancing drug policy, the league announced Thursday.
Cardinals select CB Byron Murphy to open Day 2
The Arizona Cardinals kicked off Day 2 of the 2019 NFL Draft with a defensive selection. Arizona chose Washington cornerback Byron Murphy with the 33rd overall pick on Friday evening.
2019 NFL Draft guide: One burning question for each NFC team
Are the Cardinals determined to move on from Josh Rosen? Will the Redskins go all in on a quarterback prospect? Elliot Harrison unleashes one burning draft question for each NFC team.
NFC South roster reset: Saints hold throne; rivals try to rebound
Will the Saints regroup for another title run following a second straight heartbreaking playoff exit? Or will a rebounding rival knock them from their perch? Herbie Teope takes stock of each NFC South team before the 2019 NFL Draft.
NFL Power Rankings: Browns hit top 10 via free agency/trades
In the wake of a wild week highlighted by blockbuster trades and high-profile signings, what is the current state of the NFL hierarchy? Elliot Harrison updates his Power Rankings.
2019 NFL free agency: Biggest needs for each NFC team
Can Landon Collins help fill a hole in the Packers' defense? Should the Saints re-sign Teddy Bridgewater? Chris Wesseling breaks down free agency needs for each NFC team.
Roundup: Cardinals sign former Bills TE Charles Clay
The Cardinals on Tuesday announced the signing of former Bills tight end Charles Clay to a one-year contract worth up to $3.25 million. The ninth-year veteran caught 21 passes for 184 yards in 2018.
Cardinals sign Brooks Reed to one-year contract
The Cardinals announced they've signed former Atlanta Falcons linebacker Brooks Reed to a one-year contract. Per NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport, the deal is worth roughly $2 million.
Falcons release veteran defensive end Brooks Reed
The veteran housecleaning in Atlanta continued on Thursday. Two days after cutting Robert Alford and one sleep after letting Matt Bryant walk, the Falcons released defensive end Brooks Reed.
Cardinals sign CB Robert Alford to three-year deal
Robert Alford has found a new home. The Arizona Cardinals have signed the cornerback to a three-year, $22.5 million contract, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported
Falcons releasing Robert Alford after six seasons
The Super Bowl is complete, meaning we're now in salary-shedding season. Falcons corner Robert Alford is the first to go. Atlanta is releasing the 30-year-old, NFL Network's Mike Garafolo reported.
Julian Edelman went from scrappy nobody to Patriots' Mr. Clutch
How did a former Kent State quarterback become one of the most prolific receivers in NFL playoff history? Jeffri Chadiha explores the rise of New England's Mr. Clutch, Julian Edelman.
Injuries: David Irving exits practice with ankle injury
Dallas Cowboys defensive end David Irving was carted off after suffering an ankle injury, per NFL Network's Jane Slater. Plus, other injuries we're tacking around the league on Thursday.
Five reasons why the Falcons will make the 2018 NFL playoffs
The Falcons have flourished under Dan Quinn and this year should be no different, according to Marc Sessler. He explains why Atlanta is poised to make the playoffs for the third straight year.
NFC South projected starters: Saints boast NFL's top triplets?
With all due respect to the Steelers, do the Saints boast the NFL's top triplets? Is Cam Newton in position to regain MVP form? Will Tampa Bay flip the script on defense? Gregg Rosenthal examines the loaded lineups across the NFC South.
Chiefs GM Brett Veach: Reggie Ragland 'can be a star'
The Chiefs will have somewhat of a new-look defense next season, with several big names departing. GM Brett Veach doesn't seem worried with Reggie Ragland and Anthony Hitchens roaming at linebacker.
The 5 Most "Unlucky" Plays in NFL History
Botched snaps, missed field goals, and a wrong way trip to the end zone.