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Tony Gonzalez was upgraded to full participation in Thursday's practice.

Gonzalez is fine for Week 11 versus the Cardinals. He's attempting to lead tight ends in receiving yards for the third time since turning 30 years old. No other over-30 tight end in history has accomplished the feat.
Thu, Nov 15, 2012 05:03:00 PM

According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, the Eagles are not expected to use the franchise tag on Sam Bradford.

The Eagles may have to do some salary cap gymnastics after signing Zach Ertz, Brent Celek, Lane Johnson and Vinny Curry to long-term extensions. The projected salary for quarterbacks under the franchise tag is $19.7 million, which is actually less than Bradford asked for when the two sides were negotiating during the season. Schefter said the Eagles still have "some interest" in bringing back Bradford. New coach Doug Pederson has also given the quarterback his seal of approval, though Bradford's future in Philadelphia will come down to money.
Feb 7 - 12:13 PM

ESPN's Adam Schefter reports Marshawn Lynch has told "people close to him" he plans on retiring.

According to Schefter, Lynch has even told members of the Seahawks organization that he plans on hanging it up. Lynch, who was on the fence about coming back last year, struggled through an injury-plagued season in 2015 while being outplayed by rookie Thomas Rawls. If this is it for Beast Mode, he'll finish his career with 9,112 rushing yards across nine NFL seasons. That total ranks 36th all-time.
Source: ESPN.com
Feb 7 - 10:53 AM

According to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport, the Broncos will place the franchise tag on Von Miller and then try to work out an extension.

The Broncos could theoretically use the tag on Brock Osweiler, but Miller is understandably the top priority. Miller has keyed Denver's pass rush for the last four years and is coming off a monster game against New England in the AFC Championship. Last year, the franchise number for linebackers was $13.195 million. That number should jump to about $14 million in 2016.
Feb 7 - 9:34 AM

Former Packers QB Brett Favre was one of four players elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

One of the greatest quarterbacks in league history, Favre was inducted in his first year of eligibility. Drafted by the Falcons, he played 16 years with the Packers before finishing his career with the Jets and Minnesota. A six-time All Pro, Favre owns multiple NFL records, including most starts (298) and pass completions (6,300), and is tied with Peyton Manning with 186 career wins. He ranks second all-time in pass yards (71,838) and touchdowns (508). Favre is joined by Kevin Greene, Marvin Harrison, Orlando Pace, coach Tony Dungy, Seniors nominees Dick Stanfel and Ken Stabler, and contributor Eddie DeBartolo as members of the 2016 Hall of Fame class. Terrell Owens, Kurt Warner, Terrell Davis, and Steve Atwater were among the candidates not selected.
Feb 6 - 9:52 PM

Associated Press named Cam Newton its 2015 Most Valuable Player.

Newton was the clear MVP frontrunner, throwing for 3,837 yards and a 35:10 TD/INT ratio in the regular season. He rushed for 636 yards (4.8 YPC) and 10 touchdowns, making him the first player in NFL history to post 30-plus pass touchdowns and 10 rushing TDs. Newton’s career highs came without top WR Kelvin Benjamin (ACL). His play elevated a middling cast to a 15-win season and Super Bowl appearance. Newton won MVP in a landslide, getting 48 first-place votes. He also beat Antonio Brown (10 votes) for Offensive Player of the Year.
Feb 6 - 9:48 PM

Associated Press named Ron Rivera its 2015 Coach of the Year.

He beat out Andy Reid, who was a distant second with six votes compared to Rivera's 36.5. "Riverboat Ron" -- a nickname Rivera has fully embraced and even appears on his verified Twitter handle -- led Carolina to a 15-1 record and the NFC’s No. 1 seed, becoming the sixth team in history to finish with only one loss. The Panthers led the NFL in turnover margin and ranked as a top-five run defense, allowing just over 19 points per game. Rivera has just two losses over his last 24 games. It marks the second time he’s won Coach of the Year. The Associated Press named Broncos DC Wade Phillips its Assistant Coach of the Year.
Feb 6 - 9:31 PM

Associated Press named Texans LE J.J. Watt its 2015 Defensive Player of the Year.

It’s the third time in four seasons Watt has won DPOY. In 2015, Watt led the league with 17.5 sacks and 29 tackles for loss, and finished as Pro Football Focus' highest graded 3-4 end. He received 37 votes, followed by Rams DT Aaron Donald (7), Panthers MLB Luke Kuechly (4) and Panthers CB Josh Norman (2). Watt joins Giants LB Lawrence Taylor as the NFL's only three-time DPOY winners.
Feb 6 - 9:02 PM

Chiefs LCB Marcus Peters was named the Associated Press' 2015 Defensive Rookie of the Year.

The No. 18 overall pick in last April's draft, Peters led the NFL with eight interceptions and 26 pass breakups, emerging as one of the league’s top playmakers. Winning handily, Peters received 45-of-50 votes for DROY. Bills CB Ronald Darby finished in second place with four votes. As Sean Smith, Eric Berry, Husain Abdullah, and Tyvon Branch are all ticketed for free agency, 23-year-old Peters is the primary long-term building block in Kansas City's secondary.
Feb 6 - 8:49 PM

Associated Press named Chiefs FS Eric Berry its 2015 Comeback Player of the Year.

Berry returned to an All-Pro level in 2015 after overcoming a cancer diagnosis. He played a major role in Kansas City’s seventh-ranked defense, grading positively in coverage and against the run while finishing as PFF’s No. 4 overall safety. Berry got 38 first-place votes, winning easily over Carson Palmer (6) and Adrian Peterson (6). An impending free agent, Berry will now push to be one of the highest paid safeties in the league.
Feb 6 - 8:41 PM

Todd Gurley was named the Associated Press' 2015 Offensive Rookie of the Year.

Gurley was one of the top running backs in the league despite missing the first two games recovering from ACL surgery. He led all rookies in rushing yards (1,106), yards per carry (4.8) and touchdowns (10). Gurley also ranked fourth in the NFL in rushing yards per game and finished behind only Doug Martin in 20-plus yard runs. Gurley garnered 27 first-place votes, finishing well ahead of runner-up Jameis Winston's 17. Amari Cooper (4), Tyler Lockett (1), and David Johnson (1) rounded out the OROY voting.
Feb 6 - 8:20 PM

Titans president and CEO Steve Underwood said the organization is making progress towards satisfying the league's ownership requirements.

"We are confident that the next time we meet with the Commissioner," Underwood said, "he will be satisfied that [owner] Amy Adams Strunk has exactly what he said she needs — local operating control and full authority to represent the Titans in league decisions." The league requires one majority owner to represent the team both locally and in league matters. Strunk owns just a third of the organization with the rest of the shares spread out between the late Bud Adams' other daughter, Susie Adams Smith, and the heirs of his late son, Kenneth Adams III. Strunk has been operating as the controlling owner, but the league likely wants her to acquire a majority stake. Underwood's comments suggest she is close to acquiring the necessary shares.
Feb 6 - 12:04 PM




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