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The Bears released Ray McDonald following his Monday morning arrest on domestic violence and child endangerment charges.
The NFL is beginning to examine what the cost of moving to Los Angeles will be for the teams that get the green light to go.
Browns center Alex Mack has been on two USO tours, including a week-long trip to Afghanistan this offseason.
Our Bucs, Saints, Falcons and Panthers reporters identify which player they're most looking forward to seeing during organized team activities.
Kubiak has floated the idea of having a two-point specialist on the Denver roster.
If the Chargers, Raiders or Rams move to Los Angeles, they'd likely have to pay the league a substantial amount of money.
Moss met fan when she was 8 and he was a rookie with the Vikings, and the former star has kept in touch while she battled leukemia and a brain tumor.
If the New York Giants ended up on "Hard Knocks," I'd caution fans not to worry too much about it.
Miami's coaches have never viewed Lamar Miller as a bell cow or workhorse RB -- will that change this season?
Za'Darius Smith, a former basketball player, has the athleticism to make an impact right away as a situational pass-rusher for Baltimore.
The fiery style of Houston Texans coach Bill O'Brien and the quirks of center Ben Jones could make for intriguing TV.
Some of the notable news items and sound bites from NFL Players Association executive director DeMaurice Smith's appearance on Outside the Lines.
The Houston Texans appear to be the favorite to be featured on the HBO show, according to an ESPN.com report.
The Miami Dolphins recently gave Ryan Tannehill a lucrative contract extension, but being their franchise QB was in question early in 2014.
The Houston Texans seem to be emerging as the favorites for the HBO training camp show.