4:40 AM EDT, Fri April 25, 2014
AFC Rumors & News
Boston Globe 13 hours ago
The Patriots have signed linebacker Josh Hull, the team announced Thursday. Terms of the contract were not disclosed.
Pats Pulpit 14 hours ago
New England added some depth this afternoon by signing former Redskins LB Josh Hull. There was a minor ripple on the Patriots roster front this afternoon, as the team signed former Rams and Redskins linebacker Josh Hull. Hull, 26, was initially drafted by St. Louis in 2013, where he spent three years...
Miami Herald 4 hours ago
Mike Pouncey still has not had his NFL-mandated mental evaluation and is still unsure if he will be suspended for his role in the bullying scandal.
Baltimore Sun 14 hours ago
Wide receiver hasn't played in an NFL game since 2012Free agent LaQuan Williams , a wide receiver out of Maryland who made the 2011 Ravens as an undrafted free agent and played parts of two seasons with the organization, is re-signing with the team.
San Francisco Chronicle 9 hours ago
Print—Much has been made about the Raiders missing a 5 p.m. deadline Monday to submit a Letter of Interest on Coliseum City. Coliseum City is Oakland mayor Jean Quan’s dream project of turning the 132-acre Oakland Coliseum complex into a sports and entertainment hub with new sports stadiums and a convention center. So what’s the deal? Have the Raiders lost interest? We made some calls, and the answer is no. Basically, the Raiders don’t see the Letter of Interest as being a big deal. “It’s nebulous and it’s not a Letter of Intent,” a source said. Owner Mark Davis, like he said...
Plain Dealer 15 hours ago
Also, hostage situation in Trumbull County Jail ends without injury; woman arrested for stealing donation jars at Mentor gas station; Painesville man arrested for beating man with sledgehammer; Geauga County Mental Health Board reduces CEO's salary; Lorain County hires crime lab director on permanent basis; and Summit County officials again make plea to designate state Route 8 as Interstate 380.
Akron Beacon Journal 13 hours ago
Former Browns quarterback Bernie Kosar expressed hope that WKYC would reconsider its decision to oust him as the color commentator for the team’s preseason game broadcasts, but the TV station won’t budge.“The decision has been made, and we’re going to stick to that decision,” WKYC President and General Manager Brooke Spectorsky said Thursday afternoon in a phone interview with the Beacon Journal.Spectorsky also denied Kosar’s assertion that he has been removed from the broadcast booth because of his slurred speech, which he attributes to concussions he suffered as a player. He...
Buffalo Rumblings 9 hours ago
The Buffalo Bills will have no Jills in 2014 - and possibly beyond. The Buffalo Bills won't have cheerleaders on the sideline or at charity or team events any time soon. On Thursday, the Buffalo Jills suspended operations at the same time as defending themselves from a lawsuit filed by five former members. The Bills ceased managing the squad directly in 1986 and private companies have operated the group since. Stejon Productions, Corp. took over ownership of the group in 2011 and President Stephanie Mateczun said today they had "suspended operations through at least the end of the...
Arrowhead Pride 12 hours ago
With the 17th pick in the 2014 Arrowhead Pride mock draft, Baltimore Ravens GM Ben S selects ... Sadly, last year did not work out as we had planned. With the Super Bowl still fresh in our memories, and Ray Lewis on his way to the sunset (or probably off to give some speech), the Ravens failed to live up to the annual expectations of being world champions. What this "mock draft" doesn't show is the countless employees I've terminated to help send a message. If you aren't going to perform, I won't get rid of you. Instead, I'll get rid of all your friends. That guy that runs out during a...
Arrowhead Pride 11 hours ago
While we're over here talking about the best and worst games on the newly released schedule, the Kansas City Chiefs are back to work. The Chiefs offseason program began last Monday where we spoke to Andy Reid and some of the players after the first day. The media hasn't been out there since then but the Chiefs continue working. This photo here from KCChiefs.com is what I believe to be the first picture of Weston Dressler, the former CFL receiver signed by the Chiefs this offseason. The Chiefs have a photo gallery of this week's practices if you need your fix. Photo via KCChiefs.com
Cincy Jungle 14 hours ago
Terrance Cobb imay be someone the Bengals are targeting as a priority undrafted free agent signing The Cincinnati Bengals appear to looking for a diamond in the rough in University of Cumberlands (Ky.) running back Terrance Cobb, who's meeting with the team today: University of Cumberlands running back Terrance Cobb is visiting the Bengals today, younger brother of 49ers scout Reggie Cobb — Aaron Wilson (@RavensInsider) April 24, 2014 Cobb rushed for 1,991 yards and 26 touchdowns as a junior in 2012 and was named Mid-South Offensive Player of the Year. He was sidelined for...
Denver Post 2 hours ago
As the Broncos build for a better tomorrow, the cost of construction brings a "no fan zone" to the team's training camp this year.
Denver Post 3 hours ago
Danny Trevathan was too everything to play in the NFL. Too short, standing 6-foot-1. Too slow.
Miami Herald 4 hours ago
Austin Seferian-Jenkins, who has drawn comparisons to former Cane Jimmy Graham, could be a steal for the Dolphins in Round 2 despite character and injury issues.
Miami Herald 5 hours ago
Dolphins center Mike Pouncey is in a state of football limbo - able to work out with his team, but unsure what, if any, punishment awaits him.
AFC Player News
McCourty pulls for Rutgers WR Coleman
Broncos a 7-point favorite vs. Indy Colts in week 1
Patriots pick up fifth year option on Nate Solder
Dolphins center Mike Pouncey still in holding pattern
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