CORAL GABLES, Fla. -- After dealing with a foot injury last season, receiver Rashawn Scott knew he might need help to regain the speed and power needed to get back in the Miami Dolphins' rotation.
So when Robert Bailey, his agent and a former Hurricanes football player himself, suggested Scott return to his alma mater and train with Miami's ...Read more
After much digging through old files, South Padre Island, Texas, police have turned up a handful of additional documents in Matt Patricia's 22-year-old sex assault case.
According to South Padre Island Police Chief Randy Smith, here's what has been dug up so far in the case involving the new Detroit Lions head football coach:
-- A booking ...Read more
FRISCO, Texas -- If not for a snowstorm in New York in March, wide receiver Allen Hurns probably wouldn't be with the Dallas Cowboys.
The New York Jets already had an offer on the table but a canceled flight, which allowed him to visit to the Cowboys first, setting the stage for him eventually signing with Dallas as the primary replacement for ...Read more
SANTA CLARA, Calif. -- Reuben Foster's misdemeanor marijuana case in Alabama was dismissed Friday after the 49ers linebacker completed a diversion course there.
Tuscaloosa County Assistant District Attorney Hunter Brown said that Foster took a substance-abuse course and successfully passed drug screenings as part of the program. Brown said ...Read more
SANTA CLARA, Calif. -- Reuben Foster went to work Thursday for the first time in more than a month.
The 49ers' former first-round pick and would-be starting linebacker had been asked to stay away from San Francisco's offseason program until now because of the serious allegations, including that he punched his ex-girlfriend, levied against him. ...Read more
MIAMI -- The Richie Incognito situation has taken a bizarre turn.
According to the Boca Raton Police Department incident report obtained by the Miami Herald, the former Miami Dolphins and Buffalo Bills offensive lineman told police that he thought he was being "followed, recorded and tracked by the government" while working out at a Boca Raton ...Read more
BALTIMORE -- Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco said he's focused on gaining chemistry with his new-look wide receiver group, not his future with the team or his relationship with first-round pick Lamar Jackson.
In his first public comments since the Ravens selected Jackson, the Ravens' long-time starter laughed off any perceived grudge with the ...Read more
BALTIMORE -- Ravens players and coach John Harbaugh offered measured reactions to the NFL's new national anthem policy on Thursday, saying they're more focused on their football jobs than on the swirling political controversy involving the league and President Donald Trump.
"My reaction to the anthem policy is I'm all about the football policy ...Read more
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FORT WORTH, Texas -- Frisco police released dash cam and body cam video of their investigation and arrest of Dallas Cowboys receiver Terrance Williams on a charge of public intoxication Saturday morning after police found his 2017 Lamborghini crashed into a light pole.
The police found the Lamborghini abandoned in the area of Frisco Green ...Read more
LOS ANGELES -- It's difficult to quantify the loss of Hunter Henry, the Los Angeles Chargers tight end who tore a right knee ligament while running a simple out route Tuesday and will undergo surgery that will sideline him for the 2018 season.
Henry, a second-round pick out of Arkansas in 2016, established himself as one of the NFL's emerging ...Read more
On Wednesday, NFL owners approved a new policy regarding the national anthem.
Not much is expected to change with the Vikings, according to head coach Mike Zimmer.
"I was proud of my team last year," Zimmer said Wednesday following an offseason practice in Eagan. "They stood for the anthem. I think it's important we stand for the anthem. I ...Read more
SANTA CLARA, Calif. -- After owners voted on a national anthem policy Wednesday, Commissioner Roger Goodell and several owners took the podium and touted how the vote had been unanimous.
That may have been the case, but one owner, 49ers CEO Jed York, abstained from the vote, telling reporters afterward that he wanted to discuss the issue ...Read more
SAN JOSE, Calif. -- The domestic violence case against 49ers linebacker Reuben Foster will not go to trial, Santa Clara County Judge Nona Klippen announced Wednesday afternoon.
Klippen dismissed two charges against Foster, domestic violence with an allegation that he inflicted great bodily injury and forcefully attempting to prevent a victim ...Read more
FRISCO, Texas -- Running back Ezekiel Elliott became more vocal on the practice field during organized team activities (OTAs) on Wednesday than in his previous seasons with the Dallas Cowboys.
It's not by accident.
For a team that has seen Jason Witten retire and Dez Bryant get released this offseason, Elliott feels it's time he stepped up ...Read more
FRISCO, Texas -- The Dallas Cowboys have always stood and respected the national anthem, as mandated by owner Jerry Jones.
And that won't change in 2018, despite a new anthem policy adopted by the NFL Wednesday that gives players the option to stay in the locker room but be subjected to a fine if they sit or kneel.
The new policy is a ...Read more
Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill is back, and so are hopes Miami can return to the playoffs.
Tannehill looked good Wednesday, the second day of this week's three-day organized team activities. He appeared agile and confident. It's a far cry from a few months ago when Tannehill, while nursing an injured left knee, would look out the window ...Read more
ATLANTA -- Carolina Panthers founder Jerry Richardson is on his way out, but the investigation of workplace misconduct allegations against him remains a major issue that's largely unaddressed by NFL owners.
The league's spring meeting in Atlanta -- which Commissioner Roger Goodell called "unusually busy and productive" -- included a unanimous ...Read more
ATLANTA -- National Football League owners reached a consensus Wednesday on a policy governing players' conduct during the national anthem, addressing one of the more controversial and divisive subjects in recent memory.
Under the new policy, players who do not choose to stand for the anthem before games will have the option of staying in the ...Read more
Paul Worrilow, a free-agent veteran the Eagles signed this offseason, collided with fellow linebacker Corey Nelson and running back Donnel Pumphrey during drills Tuesday at the NovaCare Complex and crumpled to the turf. A source close to Worrilow confirmed an NFL Network report that he had suffered a torn anterior cruciate ligament.
The Chargers did what they could to show their appreciation to tight end Antonio Gates, one of the best players in the team's history, as they made plans to move on.
Tuesday, those plans might have changed.
Gates' replacement, third-year tight end Hunter Henry, suffered a season-ending knee injury during the team's first organized team ...Read more
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