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The Rams decided not to waste a fifth-rounder on this year's equivalent of Isaiah Battle. The six eligible players — Purdue DL Ra’Zahn Howard, Ole Miss CB Tee Shepard, Virginia Tech LS Eddie D’Antuono, Sam Houston State RB Jalen Overstreet, University of Calgary WR Rashaun Simonise and Concordia DE Cameron Walton — are now free to sign with any team as undrafted free agents. Jul 14 - 1:26 PM

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SportsBusiness Daily reports the Rams and 49ers are likely to open the 2018 season in China.

It was already believed that the Rams would be headed to the People's Republic in 2018, but now we have an opponent and timeframe. It's quite possible the game will be the first of the season, giving the teams extra time for what will be a monumental road trip/case of jet lag.
Jul 12 - 5:04 PM

U.S. Congressman Bob Brady tells the Philadelphia Inquirer that the 2017 Draft will be held in Philadelphia.

"We've been dealing with this for the past couple of weeks, maybe three weeks, and (the mayor) just called me this afternoon and told me that we got the NFL, that the city is going to do it and he feels comfortable that the people who said they were going to help raise the money are going to do it," Brady said. It's obviously an unusual source, while the city isn't confirming Brady's words. Formerly annually held in New York, the draft has spent the past two years in Chicago, where inclement weather often hampered the atmosphere.
Source: Philly.com
Jul 7 - 8:55 PM

Teams can now employ four players with two accrued NFL seasons of experience on their 10-man practice squads.

The limit had been two players with two seasons of experience. The change allows more "veterans" to hang around and be developed. With more and more collegiate players jumping to the pro ranks early, it helps those that need quite a bit more seasoning. The rule will be in effect for at least the next two years.
Jun 22 - 1:03 PM

NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports the NFL will move the Pro Bowl to Orlando in 2017.

A press conference to announce a multi-year deal to play the game in central Florida will be held Wednesday. Rather than changing the format to make the game more enticing to fans and players alike, the NFL is hoping another move -- the game was hosted in Miami in 2009 and Glendale in 2014 -- will spur interest. Aside from 2009 and 2014, the game has been hosted at Aloha Stadium in Honolulu every year since 1979.
Source: NFL.com
May 31 - 12:24 PM

The league has awarded the 2019-21 Super Bowls to Atlanta, Miami and Los Angeles, respectively.

Atlanta and its new stadium beat out New Orleans for the right to host Super Bowl LIII. In our opinion, any decision that involves not playing a Super Bowl in New Orleans is a poor one. Miami and Los Angeles were the heavy favorites for the next two games. Rams owner Stan Kroenke continues to get his way after his years-long, and league-approved, plan to move his team from St. Louis.
May 24 - 3:52 PM

The NFL has increased the number of reviewable plays for the 2016 season.

Per the league, penalty enforcement, proper down, spot of a foul and status of the game clock are all now reviewable. On-field referees can now also communicate with the officiating department during the game.
Source: NFL.com
May 24 - 3:33 PM

Bloomberg reports the 2017 Pro Bowl will be played in Orlando.

The league insists that no official decision has been made, and that Honolulu, Houston and Sydney, Australia remain in the running. The league's annual All-Star game has been played in Hawaii all but two years since 1979.
Source: Bloomberg
May 19 - 6:39 PM

ESPN's Adam Schefter reports the city of Philadelphia "has emerged as the leading candidate" to host the 2017 Draft.

L.A. is also in the conversation. At the moment, Philadelphia makes more sense while the Rams work on the construction of their mega NFL complex that will also be home to NFL Network. The plan is to have it done by 2019. NFL cities all across the country have expressed a desire to host the draft.
Apr 27 - 12:28 PM

Speaking at a rally on Saturday, commissioner Roger Goodell promised to add San Diego to the Super Bowl rotation if the city builds a new stadium.

The Chargers were originally hoping to share a venue with the Raiders in Carson but that plan was scrapped when the league approved the Rams' new project in Inglewood. Now the Chargers are looking to build a new stadium in San Diego. Of the roughly $1 billion needed to finance the project, the Chargers and NFL are planning to contribute about $650 million with the rest coming from tax hikes on city hotels. The Chargers are hoping to get enough signatures to put a new stadium on the ballot for November 8.
Apr 24 - 9:20 AM

NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reports the league's competition committee has endorsed expanding the playoffs from 12 to 14 games.

It's newsworthy, but playoff expansion is entirely up to the owners. The issue has been percolating for years, but the league has admirably done its best to avoid fixing what isn't broken. With the lure of more money — what else? — the owners might not be able to resist much longer.
Apr 5 - 7:17 PM

The NFL's competition committee has discussed reducing the number of preseason games from four to three.

Packers coach Mike McCarthy first suggested this idea back in 2012. Starters don't usually play in the preseason finale, and teams might find it helpful to have an extra week. Of course, the NFL would be losing significant revenue by canceling a full week of games. It's unclear when and if this will actually happen, but reducing the number of preseason games is an interesting possibility.
Source: ESPN.com
Feb 26 - 5:09 PM

Commissioner Roger Goodell made $34.1 million in 2014.

The staggering sum included a $26.5 million "bonus," and would have easily made Goodell the highest-paid player in the league that's dealt with nonstop controversies during his reign. Since the NFL has since become a for-profit organization — it used to be non-profit, seriously — this will be the last time it has to disclose Goodell's salary. The president of the United States is entitled to an annual $400,000.
Feb 16 - 1:33 PM

NFL.com's Rand Getlin reports the salary cap is expected to increase to "at least" $155 million in 2016.

It was $143.28 million in 2015. The number is tied to league revenues. Agents have likely had a general idea of what the cap will be for some time, and factored it into calculations about whether or not to take their clients to the open market.
Feb 15 - 1:20 PM

The NFL is instituting a "Rooney Rule" mandating teams interview women for executive positions.

"We believe in diversity," commissioner Roger Goodell said Thursday. There are vanishingly few women in executive positions around the NFL, though the same is true for every major American sport. It's an admirable initiative from a league that's made a habit of bungling just about everything else.
Feb 4 - 2:59 PM

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PosRoleName
QB1Ryan Lindley
2Josh Freeman
3Phillip Sims
4Bryan Bennett
5G.J. Kinne
6B.J. Daniels
7Johnny Manziel
8Seth Lobato
9Tim Tebow
10Brad Sorensen
11Bryn Renner
12Ryan Williams
13Christian Ponder
14Matt Blanchard
15Pat Devlin
16R.J. Archer
17Garrett Gilbert
18Cody Fajardo
19Shane Carden
20Griffin Neal
21Josh Woodrum
22Jerry Lovelocke
23Chase Rettig
24Chandler Harnish
25Dalyn Williams
26Jake Waters
RB1Joseph Randle
2Zurlon Tipton
3Toby Gerhart
4LaMichael James
5Alonzo Harris
6Joique Bell
7Antone Smith
8Anthony Dixon
9Josh Harris
10Ross Scheuerman
11Kenneth Harper
12Jawon Chisholm
13Jerome Smith
14Rajion Neal
15Michael Dyer
16Jeremy Stewart
17LaVance Taylor
18Lache Seastrunk
19Keshawn Hill
20Kevin Monangai
GLB1Joique Bell
2Toby Gerhart
3RB1Joseph Randle
FB1James Casey
2Erik Lorig
3Jorvorskie Lane
4Joe Don Duncan
5Ryan Mueller
6Derrick Coleman
7Henry Hynoski
8Brad Smelley
9Trey Millard
10Abou Toure
11Jordan Campbell
12Zach Boren
13Kiero Small
14J.C. Copeland
15John Conner
WR11Greg Jennings
2Marques Colston
3Andre Johnson
4Miles Austin
5Dwayne Bowe
6Preston Parker
7Kris Durham
8Tyler Davis
9Josh Morgan
10Jacoby Ford
11Ricky Collins
12Zach D'Orazio
13Kenzel Doe
14Tevin Reese
15Damaris Johnson
16Robert Herron
17Solomon Patton
18Damian Williams
19Reggie Dunn
20Armon Binns
21Carlton Mitchell
22Nick Harwell
23Kain Colter
24Jeff Beathard
25DaVaris Daniels
26Tyler McDonald
27Ezell Ruffin
28Travis Labhart
29Donatella Luckett
30Lance Lewis
31Joseph Anderson
32Josh Stewart
33David Porter
34Quenton Bundrage
35Josh Harper
36Marquez Clark
37L'Damian Washington
WR21Roddy White
2Brian Hartline
3Ace Sanders
4Riley Cooper
5Denarius Moore
6Marcus Thigpen
7Austin Pettis
8Ryan Broyles
9Joe Morgan
10Jacoby Jones
11Onterio McCalebb
12Emory Blake
13A.J. Jenkins
14Mike Brown
15Tandon Doss
16Devante Davis
17Devon Wylie
18Jimmie Hunt
19Marlon Brown
20Isiah Ferguson
21Ryan Lankford
22Milton Williams III
23Michael Preston
24Daniel Rodriguez
25James Butler
26Clyde Gates
27Marcus Harris
28Ryan Whalen
29Phil Bates
30Trindon Holliday
31Chris King
32Juron Criner
33Tom Nelson
34Andre Davis
35Demetrius Wilson
36Josh Reese
37Trevor Harman
38Paul Browning
39Austin Willis
40Saalim Hakim
41Christion Jones
WR31Andre Johnson
2Marques Colston
3Riley Cooper
TE1Owen Daniels
2Scott Chandler
3Dante Rosario
4Matt Spaeth
5Kyle Miller
6Chase Ford
7Beau Gardner
8Mickey Shuler
9D.J. Williams
10Mike McFarland
11Rob Blanchflower
12Jacob Maxwell
13Richard Gordon
14Nick Kasa
15Chase Dixon
16David Paulson
17Steve Maneri
18Jimmay Mundine
19Cameron Clear
20Kevin Greene
21Brandon Barden
22Gerell Robinson
23Dan Light
24Jack Tabb
25Jordan Thompson
26Jake Murphy
27Jay Rome
28Ryan Taylor
29Brett Brackett
30Michael Egnew
31Adrien Robinson
LT1Eugene Monroe
2Pierce Burton
3John Fullington
4Micah Hatchie
5Jason Fox
6Tyson Chandler
7Will Beatty
8Keith Lumpkin
LG1Ben Grubbs
2Edawn Coughman
3Ben Heenan
4Antoine Everett
5Sean Hickey
6Valerian Ume-Ezeoke
7Darren Keyton
8Tanner Hawkinson
9Cory Tucker
C1Manuel Ramirez
2Julian Vandervelde
3Khaled Holmes
4Braxston Cave
5Brian De La Puente
6Ben Clarke
7James Stone
RG1Louis Vasquez
2Todd Herremans
3Jahri Evans
4Paul Fanaika
5Leon Brown
6Adam Replogle
7Ronald Patrick
RT1Mike Adams
2Tayo Fabuluje
3Kelvin Palmer
4Lamar Holmes
5Zeth Ramsay
6Patrick Miller
K1Josh Scobee
2Shaun Suisham
3Brandon Bogotay
4Kyle Brindza
5Brad Craddock
6Carey Spear
7Billy Cundiff
8Jaden Oberkrom
9Corey Acosta
10Mike Meyer
11Andrew Furney
12Justin Manton
13Ty Long