8:53 AM EST, Sat February 28, 2015
Cleveland Browns agree to terms with Josh McCown on 3-year deal

Cleveland Browns agree to terms with Josh McCown on 3-year deal

Josh McCown was signed primarily to serve as a mentor to Johnny Manziel, Connor Shaw and any other young quarterback the Browns might bring in.
The Browns | Akron Beacon Journal 13 hours ago

Browns agree to three-year contract with veteran quarterback Josh McCown

The Browns and veteran quarterback Josh McCown have agreed to terms on a three-year contract, a league source confirmed Friday for the Beacon Journal. The source spoke on condition of anonymity because the Browns had not announced the deal. Financial terms were not immediately disclosed. McCown,...
Akron Beacon Journal 10 hours ago

Browns strike three-year deal with veteran quarterback Josh McCown, likely signaling end of Brian Hoyer’s time with hometown team

The Browns believe veteran quarterback Josh McCown is willing to sit on the bench and mentor a younger teammate, but they also have faith he can still perform adequately as an NFL starter.They value the flexibility.The organization announced Friday it agreed to terms of a contract with McCown, 35, who...
Baltimore Sun 13 hours ago

Former Bears QB Josh McCown signs with Browns

Josh McCown is headed for Cleveland. The 35-year-old quarterback agreed to a three-year contract with the Browns on Friday evening, a deal his agent Mike McCartney announced on Twitter.
Tampa Bay Times 12 hours ago

Ex-Bucs QB Josh McCown signs with Browns

TAMPA —- Two weeks after he was released by the Bucs, quarterback Josh McCown found a new home Friday, agreeing to terms on a three-year contract with the Browns.

NFL Mock Draft Roundup: Eagles trade LeSean McCoy to land Marcus Mariota

Check out our (2015 Eagles mock draft central)for more opinions on who could be the #20 pick in April. The 2015 NFL Draft is still far away, but the rumors are heating up now that the NFL Combine is over. The latest scuttlebutt has the Eagles involved in a potential Marcus Mariota trade. On top of this, mock draft season is in full gear and there's no shortage of opinion as to who the Eagles will be taking in this year's draft. So with that said, let's take a look at what the experts are saying. FanSpeak (Custom) - Trae Waynes, CB, Michigan State Waynes impressed at the 2015 NFL...
Brandon Lee Gowton / Bleeding Green Nation 2 hours ago

Eagles News: Does Tyvon Branch make sense for Philadelphia?

Philadelphia Eagles news and links for 2/28/2015. Let's get to the links... Neubeck: Hinkie And Kelly Aren’t Afraid To Win, Why Are You? - CBS Philly“There’s no guarantee it works out” is not an excuse to stand pat with middling talent. Nothing is a guarantee. Not when guys tear muscles or...
Kevin Nogle / The Phinsider 15 hours ago

Brandon Gibson released by Dolphins

The Miami Dolphins have released wide receiver Brandon Gibson. The Miami Dolphins have released a wide receiver for the second time today. Friday morning, Brian Hartline was released from the team; now, Brandon Gibson has also been cut. Gibson joined the Dolphins during the 2013 offseason, signing as a free agent. He agreed to a three-year, $9.78 million deal, with a $3 million signing bonus. Gibson would have counted $4.26 million against the salary cap this season, but now will be $1 million in dead money. The move gives the team $3.26 million back in salary cap space. A sixth-round pick...
Mile High Report 1 hour ago

Horse Tracks: Cap casualties who may interest the Broncos

Good Morning Broncos Country! It happens every year in the NFL. Teams that need a little bit extra cap space decide to release some high-priced veteran players who they believe aren't worth what they're being paid. Names like Reggie Bush, Darnell Dockett, Barry Cofield, A.J. Hawk, Jacoby Jones and many others have hit the free agent market this week. These players can still make an impact on an NFL team. So let's take a look at what cap casualties could potentially interest the Denver Broncos. Receiver/Kick Returner Jacoby Jones: Jones was recently released by the Baltimore Ravens after...
Cat Scratch Reader 2 hours ago
CSR Saturday Open Thread

CSR Saturday Open Thread

What's on your mind this weekend? It's the calm before the free agency storm. Solid veterans are still being released almost every day it seems, which means there's still plenty of speculating to do. Also, the college basketball season is heating up and March Madness is just around the corner. Final preparations for the 2015 NFL Draft are beginning as Panthers scouts, coaches and a certain general manager will be dispersed throughout the country at various colleges as Pro Days begin this week. Of course, non-sports related topics are welcome as well. So what is on  your mind CSR?

NFL roster cuts: Darnell Dockett cut by Arizona Cardinals, return not ruled out

The veteran will test the market to see what he is really worth. The Arizona Cardinals made a decision that had to be difficult. The team announced on Friday veteran defensive tackle Darnell Dockett was released, a move that saves the team $6.8 million in salary cap space for the coming season. Despite the release, it doesn't completely shut the door on Dockett's playing in Arizona (for more than just one game) in 2015. "We have been very clear about our feelings for Darnell and our desire to have him back," said Cardinals general manager Steve Keim. "After speaking with him and his...
Ed Valentine / Big Blue View 53 mins ago
Big Blue View Mailbag: Trade Down? Cut Victor Cruz? More Questions

Big Blue View Mailbag: Trade Down? Cut Victor Cruz? More Questions

Your questions, my answers. Let's open the Big Blue View Mailbag and see what questions are on the minds of New York Giants fans as we await free agency and the 2015 NFL Draft. All of this week's questions were e-mailed to bigblueview@gmail.com. Feel free to do the same if you have questions for a future mailbag. Question: What do you think of the strategy of trading down in order to get more draft picks? This on the theory that the draft is largely a crap-shoot, so the more picks you get overall, the higher the chances of getting some players of value. Seattle has had the most draft...

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Hyde5 What are Dolphins options at wide receiver?

Well, we're nearly through the easy part of the Dolphins' off-season. It's always easy to purge some salary, and so Brian Hartline ($3.1 million saving against the cap) and Brian Gibson ($3.26 saving) were released on Friday.
San Diego Union-Tribune 8 hours ago

Carson: Little city that could steal Chargers?

Now that you have San Diego's attention, Carson, would you answer a few questions?
Baltimore Sun 9 hours ago

Ravens cut Chris Canty, save $2.66 million against salary cap

The Ravens cut veteran defensive end Chris Canty on Friday morning, a transaction that saves the team $2.66 million against the salary cap.
philly.com 9 hours ago

Herremans might be only first Eagle to fall victim to cap squeeze

Veteran Todd Herremans proved too costly for the Eagles to keep, and he might have only the first to be shown the door.
philly.com 9 hours ago

Eagles make Herremans release official

The Eagles issue a statement announcing the release of o-lineman Todd Herremans after 10 seasons.

Tasker: “It has to happen now” for EJ Manuel – JMS

On location tonight from (716) Food and Sport for Friday night’s show with a large crowd in attendance. We began the show with the news of the day from One Bills Drive and around the league. We listened in on Thursday’s conference call with ESPN Draft Analyst Mel Kiper, Jr. who discussed this year’s running […]
Heat Check: Miami's win streak halted as late lead slips away

Heat Check: Miami's win streak halted as late lead slips away

The Miami Heat had a three-game win streak in hand before the New Orleans Hornets stormed back late in the game to steal a 104-102 win Friday.
Heat downed on road by Pelicans in final minute

Heat downed on road by Pelicans in final minute

Alexis Ajinca made the go-ahead layup with 26 seconds left and scored a career-high 24 points to help the New Orleans Pelicans won their fourth straight, 104-102 over the Miami Heat on Friday night.

NFL Player News

  • 19 Josh McCown

    Josh McCown

    Mike Pettine and Ray Farmer called Brian Hoyer about Josh McCown signing, and it likely means good-bye

  • 8 Brian Hartline

    Brian Hartline

    Hyde5 What are Dolphins options at wide receiver?

  • 4 Todd Herremans

    Todd Herremans

    Herremans might be only first Eagle to fall victim to cap squeeze

  • 4 Luke McCown

    Luke McCown

    Free Agent QB Josh McCown Visiting the Browns

  • 4 Chris Canty

    Chris Canty

    Ravens cut Chris Canty, save $2.66 million against salary cap

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