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LSU quarterback Joe Burrow doesn't appear to have any reservations about playing for the Cincinnati Bengals.Jimmy Burrow, the father of the Heisman Trophy winner, told Montreal's TSN 690 radio on Thursday that his son has no qualms about wearing orange and black if the Bengals take Joe with the top overall pick in the …
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- From the moment they first laid eyes on quarterback Patrick Mahomes playing football, the Kansas City Chiefs knew they had to have him. He was gifted physically with a strong and accurate arm and possessed a flair for playing quarterback like few others.And that feeling only increased as the Chiefs …
LSU quarterback Joe Burrow doesn't appear to have any reservations about playing for the Cincinnati Bengals.Jimmy Burrow, the father of the Heisman Trophy winner, told Montreal's TSN 690 radio on Thursday that his son has no qualms about wearing orange and black if the Bengals take Joe with the top overall pick in …
The NFL and the NFL Players Association have made progress on portions of a new collective bargaining agreement, though significant issues need to be resolved before one can be agreed upon. That was the message NFLPA executive director DeMaurice Smith sent to his union's membership Thursday in a letter updating the state of talks.ESPN …
Agent Drew Rosenhaus conditionally terminated his relationship with Antonio Brown until the free-agent wide receiver seeks counseling, an NFL Players Association source told ESPN's Adam Schefter.Rosenhaus wrote in the letter that the NFLPA received Thursday that he would like to work with Brown, but not until he first gets help.Additionally, attorney Darren Heitner has …
6:00 AM ETBrady HendersonESPN RENTON, Wash. -- The Green Bay Packers guaranteed a combined $36 million to Za'Darius Smith and Preston Smith at the outset of free agency in March. It was a lot of money well spent.The Smiths combined for 25.5 sacks in the regular season, then four of Russell Wilson on Sunday, …
CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- There was an outpouring of sadness in the Charlotte area after Carolina Panthers linebacker Luke Kuechly made a surprise retirement announcement Tuesday at age 28. Even Kuechly said he was sad to step away from the game he loved after eight NFL seasons.Former NASCAR driver Dale Earnhardt Jr. said he felt …