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  • Panthers sign linebacker Thomas Davis to 2-year extension

    Carolina Panthers linebacker Thomas Davis, the NFL's reigning Man of the Year, has a new contract the last one he plans to sign to play football. Davis agreed to a two-year extension that will keep the 11-year veteran under contract through the 2017...
  • Falcons release Baker, take massive salary-cap hit

    The Falcons elected to take a massive salary cap hit and, on Monday, released former starting left tackle Sam Baker. The team, which will take a cap hit of $ 9.2 million over this season and in 2016 as a post June 1 cut, turned down requests to have a...
  • From 'Cocaine City' to the Cowboys: La'el Collins followed faith, unsinkable mother to the NFL

    First the name: La'el. It's pronounced Lah-EL. "It's Hebrew," explained La'el Collins. It was given to him by his grandmother. On July 26, 1993 his mother's 29th birthday baby boy Collins entered this world in a Baton Rouge, La., hospital with his...
  • Terrell Suggs will be on Family Feud Sunday

    Terrell Suggs will be on Family Feud Sunday
    Last we saw Terrell Suggs, he was contemplative about his future and talking about how he’s learned to approach the offseason differently at this stage in his career. Well here’s one thing he’s adding to his offseason routine: he&...
  • As minicamp begins, so does training camp countdown

    As minicamp begins, so does training camp countdown
    For most of the Ravens, this week's mandatory minicamp is simply a continuation of the organized team activities that have taken place over the past three weeks. For those Ravens who opted to stay away from the voluntary practices and work out on their...
  • Martellus Bennett may learn skipping team activities no laughing matter

    Martellus Bennett may learn skipping team activities no laughing matter
    Martellus Bennett had 137 characters still available to him when he clicked "tweet" on Monday afternoon. The message from the Bears tight end to his 117,879 Twitter followers was as succinct as it was straightforward. "Ha!" the tweet read. Perhaps...
  • Ex-Ravens cornerback Chris McAlister interning for Buffalo Bills coaching staff

    Ex-Ravens cornerback Chris McAlister interning for Buffalo Bills coaching staff
    Retired Ravens cornerback Chris McAlister is interning with the Buffalo Bills coaching staff for the second consecutive year. McAlister, who was named to three Pro Bowl teams, is among the participants in the Bill Walsh Minority Coaching Fellowship...
  • Drew Brees connects with high-schoolers at Disney passing academy

    Drew Brees connects with high-schoolers at Disney passing academy
    Drew Brees did not do much throwing Thursday. The New Orleans Saints quarterback was at Disney's ESPN Wide World of Sports to observe, offering tips and encouragement to players on the first day of the third annual Drew Brees Passing Academy and 7-on-...
  • Jim Kelly, who has fought cancer, still strives to make a difference

     Jim Kelly, who has fought cancer, still strives to make a difference
    Hall of Fame quarterback Jim Kelly, battling cancer for a second time, came up with a personal motto that has become his guiding principle throughout his illness: Make a difference today for someone who is fighting for tomorrow. Kelly, 55, is doing...
  • Cleveland Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel says his signature money sign is out

    Cleveland Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel says his signature money sign is out
    Johnny Football is retiring his signature move. Cleveland Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel, who is trying to establish himself as a starter following a disappointing rookie season that preceded a 10-week stay in rehab, told reporters Wednesday he'll no...
  • San Diego nightmare: Tell me again why any city would do business with the NFL

    San Diego nightmare: Tell me again why any city would do business with the NFL
    One thing you have to say about San Diego's civic leaders in their dealings with the National Football League Chargers is that they've done their best.  Only a month ago they put forth a financing plan for a 65,000-seat, $1.1-billion stadium to keep the...