When the Denver Broncos matched the $18 million offer sheet running back C.J. Anderson received from the Miami Dolphins, they said they wanted him to take the next step. And as OTAs begin, Anderson says he ready for that too.
GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Photos seem to do funny things to Green Bay Packers running back Eddie Lacy. Remember his rookie training camp, when an unflattering picture made him look larger than he did in real life?
ESPN Packers reporter Rob Demovsky reviews Eddie Lacy's first day at OTAs where he showed off a slimmer physique, but still has a lot of work to do.
While Jordy Nelson wishes he was able to go all out during this week's OTAs, he's staying focused on the start of camp and the regular season.
Roger Goodell said he discussed a controversial North Carolina bill with Charlotte's mayor on Tuesday and supports the city's fight against it.
Raiders owner Mark Davis acknowledges there's work to be done in determining if Las Vegas, a city without a professional team, could support the NFL.