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What would it take to trade for Alex Boone? A lot.

What would it take to trade for Alex Boone? A lot.

SANTA CLARA -- What would it take to pry holdout Alex Boone from the 49ers? According to one source, the 49ers are asking for a first- or a second-round draft as compensation. Another, however, said that the team would rather not trade Boone and would have to be “blown away” by an offer to consider it. Alex Boone’s holdout is now in its fourth week. The offensive lineman has started every game for the 49ers the last two seasons.
David Fucillo / Niners Nation 1 hour ago

49ers looking for high draft pick compensation for Alex Boone, per Matt Barrows

The San Francisco 49ers are still trying to figure out what to do with Alex Boone. Matt Barrows has the latest on the kind of draft pick compensation they would want in any trade. Matt Barrows is reporting the San Francisco 49ers are looking for some serious compensation if they are going to trade...

Jason Hatcher expected to play Saturday against Ravens

Defensive end Jason Hatcher is expected to make his Redskins debut when his team faces the Baltimore Ravens, he and coach Jay Gruden said on Wednesday. Washington’s most high-profile defensive free agent signing of the spring, Hatcher was working his way back from arthroscopic surgery on his left knee. Restricted only to individual drills since […]
Mike Jones / Washington Post 2 hours ago

Redskins Blog: Jason Hatcher expected to play Saturday against Ravens

Defensive end Jason Hatcher is expected to make his Redskins debut when his team faces the Baltimore Ravens, he and coach Jay Gruden said on Wednesday. Washington’s most high-profile defensive free agent signing of the spring, Hatcher was working his way back from arthroscopic surgery on his left knee. Read full article >>
Bengals rank 27th with $990 million value

Bengals rank 27th with $990 million value

If anyone has $990 million sitting around, you might have a shot to buy the team. However, in three years, the Bengals value has increase by $115 million. If you were to put a value on the Cincinnati Bengals, what would you say? Over $500 million? Maybe a billion? Infinity dollars? What are you, five years old? The Cincinnati Bengals are priceless because our hearts produce too much love to put a price on something so precious. Oh, lord. Because they love money so much, Forbes put a value of $990 million on the Cincinnati Bengals. While it might seem like a lot, it's actually the...
Arizona Republic 15 hours ago
'Fitz' talks about Dockett

'Fitz' talks about Dockett

Cardinals receiver Larry Fitzgerald discusses the season-ending injury to Darnell Dockett         
Blogging The Boys 23 mins ago
Why The $3.2 Billion Value Of The Cowboys Is A Good Thing - For Jason Garrett

Why The $3.2 Billion Value Of The Cowboys Is A Good Thing - For Jason Garrett

Jerry Jones owns the most valuable franchise in the NFL. And that has a lot to do with why he is in no hurry to declare this a make or break year for his head coach. According to Forbes Magazine, the Dallas Cowboys are the most valuable franchise in the NFL. Their figures show that the team is worth $3.2 billion and generated $560 million in revenue in 2013. Jerry Jones is a very rich man, and he and his family are just getting richer. Which, of course, is why Jason Garrett's seat is not nearly as hot as many people think. Is the logic of that statement not clear to you? Well, let me...

RGIII understands need to protect himself, and the ball

Robert Griffin III said he understands that every time he takes off running in a game, he subjects himself to risk of serious injury. He also understands that because of those risks, he sparks concern both from his coach, teammates and fans. And, Griffin knows that he must do a better job of protecting himself. […]
Birmingham News 2 hours ago
Cody Parkey goes to Philadelphia Eagles in NFL trade

Cody Parkey goes to Philadelphia Eagles in NFL trade

The Indianapolis Colts have traded former Auburn place-kicker Cody Parkey to the Philadelphia Eagles. The deal was made on Wednesday afternoon after Parkey and another rookie, Philadelphia running back David Fluellen, were headed to the waiver wire. Since waivers aren't processed by the NFL until 3 p.m. CDT, the teams worked out a deal.

Tony Gonzalez: Broncos will go undefeated this season

Tony Gonzalez believes the Broncos will go 16-0 in the regular season and defeat the Seahawks in the Super Bowl this season.
CSN Washington 2 hours ago

Barry Cofield (groin) sits out Redskins practice

The Wednesday Redskins injury roundup including Barry Cofield sitting out and Chris Thompson getting back in.
Turf Show Times 28 mins ago
Rams waive Isaiah Pead, but he'll be back

Rams waive Isaiah Pead, but he'll be back

The Rams waived running back Isaiah Pead on Wednesday, but they plan on bringing him back. Isaiah Pead is gone. But don't worry, he'll be back relatively soon. The St. Louis Rams waived Pead on Wednesday with an injury designation according to ESPN ultimate insider Adam Schefter. Pead, you'll recall, tore his the ACL in his left knee during a kick return in last week's preseason game against the Packers. Pead will be on waivers for 48 hours, where another team can claim him. Any team claiming him would also assume his current contract. He's scheduled to earn $757,100 in base salary this...

Geno Atkins doubtful but not out against the Arizona Cardinals

Cincinnati Bengals defensive tackle Geno Atkins is climbing a difficult road recovering from an ACL tear. He's still scheduled for an opening day return, but may play some this preseason. What's the story on Geno Atkins? Simple. Despite head coach Marvin Lewis remarking on the possibility, don't bet the house that he'll play this Sunday against the Arizona Cardinals... (hey, how did that get in there) ...but the plan for him to play in the team's regular season opener. ESPN beat writer Coley Harvey conjectures that Atkins may get some snaps in against the Indianapolis Colts. Guess that's...
Big Cat Country 4 hours ago
Jaguars have increased $205 million in value since Shad Khan's purchase

Jaguars have increased $205 million in value since Shad Khan's purchase

Since Shad Khan's purchase, the value of the Jaguars franchise has increase over $200 million. The Jacksonville Jaguars were continuously the lowest valued NFL franchise for quite sometime, but over the last few seasons their value has increased. More specifically, the Jaguars value has increased nearly $205 million since current owner Shad Khan purchased the team from Wayne Weaver. For comparison, Khan purchased Fulham FC for reportedly $300 million. Forbes recently released their annual ranking of NFL franchises by their currently value and shockingly the Jaguars are not dead last. That...

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Carolina Panthers wide receiver Tiquan Underwood hoping August isn’t cruel again

Carolina Panthers wide receiver Tiquan Underwood hoping August isn’t cruel again

August has been a cruel month for Carolina Panthers wide receiver Tiquan Underwood. Five times Underwood has attended an NFL training camp, and four times he?s failed to win a…
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