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New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft issued a statement Wednesday regarding the Wells report.
Seahawks WR Jermaine Kearse signed his restricted free-agent tender Tuesday, a one-year deal that will pay him $2.356 million in 2015.
Dallas passed on drafting a running back, so it appears as though the team will roll with Joseph Randle, Lance Dunbar and Darren McFadden.
The Jets' wide receiver corps has undergone a dramatic transformation since 2013.
With release of report pending, it must reveal how many balls were tampered with, by whom, when and how.
Rams coach Jeff Fisher experiences drafting a Hager prospect twice in his career -- Bryce Hager, the 2015 pick, and his father Britt in 1989.
The odds against moving up for Marcus Mariota were long and the cost would likely offset the acquisition of a franchise quarterback.
Former Vikings coach Bud Grant is planning to celebrate his 88th birthday with another garage sale, and he has taken to Twitter to announce it.
Cornerback has now undergone more turnover than any other position on the Saints' roster this offseason.
Safety Eric Weddle still has not reported to the San Diego Chargers' voluntary workouts.
Tyler Lockett set 17 school records in receiving and returning at Kansas State.
Greg Mattison said Jake Ryan has the ability and attitude to succeed at the NFL level.
The Chicago Bears agreed to four-year deals with rookies Adrian Amos and Tayo Fabuluje.
The Oakland Raiders made the cuts of receiver James Jones, linebacker Miles Burris and guard Kevin Boothe official on Tuesday.
The news of John Carlson's unexpected retirement left the Cardinals without much experience at tight end. Can someone step up and fill his place?