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Tennessee Titans release Shonn Greene
The Tennessee Titans cut running back Shonn Greene. The tailback played two disappointing seasons in Nashville after signing a $10 million deal in 2013.
Adrian Peterson not expected to get preseason carries
Minnesota Vikings fans will have to wait until the regular season to see Adrian Peterson. The running back is not expected to play during the preseason.
Weakest offensive position groups
Gregg Rosenthal breaks down the league's weakest offensive position groups heading into the 2015 season. Which position groups look the most unfinished? Did your team make the cut?
Fantasy football 2015 backfield situations by team
Sorting out the backfields of NFL rosters can be a difficult task. NFL Fantasy is here to help, with a complete breakdown of all 32 NFL backfields to help you prep for the fantasy football season.
Fantasy roster reset: AFC South
The Colts have plenty of mouths to feed. Fortunately they have a quarterback who's up to the task. Roster Reset takes a trip down to the AFC South.
Five GMs in need of a strong draft
NFC South executives Thomas Dimitroff and Mickey Loomis are among the general managers on the hot seat this offseason. Find out which other GMs need a strong draft to maintain job security.
On the bubble: 23 AFC players who could be cut
Percy Harvin and Trent Richardson are among the big-name players in danger of being released this offseason. Might Darrelle Revis join them? Chris Wesseling explores the AFC veterans on the bubble.
Randall Cobb to Browns? Identifying matches for free agents
Who wants a 24-year-old playmaker fresh off a Pro Bowl season? Randall Cobb, anyone? Elliot Harrison identifies possible landing spots for eight difference-makers set to hit free agency.
NFL Week 12 game picks: Seahawks, Broncos get back on track
Tony Romo and Eli Manning have faced off in the regular season more than any other two active QBs in the NFL. Will the Cowboys help Romo keep a slight edge? Elliot Harrison makes his Week 12 picks.
Injury roundup: Kelvin Benjamin in, A.J. Green out
Kelvin Benjamin was a surprise addition to the injury report this week when he missed practices for the Carolina Panthers because of a concussion. It won't cost him to miss a game, though.
Jake Locker expected to miss Titans vs. Jaguars
Jake Locker is expected to miss Sunday's game with a thumb injury. Will it be Charlie Whitehurst or Zach Mettenberger leading the Titans' offense versus the Jaguars?
Like/Dislike: Are you serious with that trade offer?
Adam Rank speaks his mind on what he thinks of fantasy trades, why you should chill out on LeSean McCoy and whats up with Cordarrelle Patterson. All that and more in his latest Like/Dislike.
Bishop Sankey's role to increase in Titans' offense
Coach Ken Whisenhunt revealed Tuesday that Bishop Sankey's role will increase against the Browns this week. Will the Titans' rookie running back give the offense a much-needed spark?
NFL Week 4 viewer's guide
Aaron Rodgers and Jay Cutler face off as the Packers look to avoid a 1-3 start and the Bears try to stay in first in the NFC North. That division matchup leads off the Week 4 viewer's guide.
NFL Week 2 game picks: Seahawks, Niners roll; Colts fall again
Will Andrew Luck's Indianapolis Colts get off to an 0-2 start in 2014? Elliot Harrison predicts their fate -- and picks the winner of each game on the Week 2 slate.
Tennessee Titans steamroll Chiefs in Kansas City
Kansas City had a dismal opening day with the double whammy Derrick Johnson's ruptured Achilles tendon and a lack of offensive weapons. Tennessee steamrolled the Chiefs to a 26-10 win.
Top undrafted fantasy players to add for Week 1
Fantasy drafts are wrapping up, but there are plenty of worthwhile players waiting to hear their name called. Find out who you need to add before Week 1 kicks off.
What to watch in Saturday's preseason games
Matt Cassel seems to have the Vikings' starting job locked up, but Teddy Bridgewater can give coaches something to think about with a big performance Saturday. What else are we looking forward to?