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
ROCKY RIVER, Ohio -- Myles Garrett wants to maximize his opportunities to make a game-changing difference for the Browns, and he's confident he'll become a fixture in the lineup because he's healthier and stronger than he was a year ago.
"I wanted to get in better condition, so I can be out there and make plays, create turnovers," Garrett said ...Read more
Falcons coach Dan Quinn has discussed wide receiver Julio Jones' contract situation with him, but doesn't expect Jones back with team until the mandatory minicamp in June.
"I know the topic of Mr. Julio Jones is on a number of people's mind," Quinn said Tuesday after the second organized team activity (OTA). "I want to let you know that Julio ...Read more
It doesn't look like Dez Bryant is going to become a member of the Green Bay Packers.
On Tuesday, the team's quarterback, Aaron Rodgers, told reporters that while he doesn't make roster decisions, he doesn't expect the franchise to add the former pro bowler.
Last week, Jason Witten, the longtime Dallas Cowboys tight end turned Monday Night ...Read more
ATLANTA -- NFL owners voted to begin a new chapter in Carolina Panthers history Tuesday, and unanimously approved David Tepper as the team's new owner.
The vote gave the Panthers the second owner in team history. It also marked the end of Jerry Richardson's 25-year tenure as owner and a turbulent five-month period for the franchise.
Speaking ...Read more
Chiefs tight end Demetrius Harris has been suspended one game for violating the NFL's substance abuse policy, the league announced Tuesday.
He will remain eligible to participate in offseason and preseason practices and games but will miss the Chiefs' regular-season opener against the Los Angeles Chargers on Sept. 9. He can return the following...Read more
ROCKY RIVER, Ohio -- As Tyrod Taylor walked into the movie theater inside Strongsville's SouthPark Mall to see "A Quiet Place" last month on draft night, he learned the buzz surrounding the Browns' quarterback situation would become infinitely louder.
Coach Hue Jackson had called Taylor to notify him the Browns were drafting Heisman Trophy ...Read more
ATLANTA -- The NFL's annual May meetings are typically a chance to clean up any unresolved issues from the more substantial gathering of team owners two months earlier. But this year, there are several significant topics on the table, among them sports gambling, the sale of the Carolina Panthers, the potential modification of kickoffs and the ...Read more
Detroit Lions coach Matt Patricia will not be disciplined for failing to disclose a 1996 arrest for sexual assault, and the NFL determined that the Lions "engaged in appropriate and thorough hiring practices" even though they did not learn of Patricia's arrest until three months after he was hired.
"We determined that the Lions handled the ...Read more
Terrance Williams gave his side of the story on Saturday night.
The Dallas Cowboys wide receiver was arrested by Frisco, Texas, police early Saturday, as first reported by the Star-Telegram.
Williams was arrested on a charge of public intoxication, a Class C misdemeanor, after police found a Lamborghini registered to him crashed into a light ...Read more
FRISCO, Texas -- Frisco police arrested Dallas Cowboys receiver Terrance Williams early Saturday morning on a charge of public intoxication, a Class C misdemeanor, after police found his Lamborghini crashed into a light pole.
According to a press release from the Frisco Police Department, at around 4:45 a.m. Frisco PD responded to an accident ...Read more
CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Billionaire hedge fund manager David Tepper blew some minds when he reached an agreement to purchase the Carolina Panthers for $2.275 billion, $2.2 billion of which will be paid up front, in cash.
But he still might have bought low.
The Supreme Court's decision allowing states to dictate whether or not sports betting is ...Read more
SAN JOSE, Calif. -- The judge who heard testimony Thursday in Reuben Foster's domestic violence case has until Wednesday to decide whether to move it to trial. The delay also gives prosecutors and Foster's attorney time to come to an agreement.
"It's going to give both sides the opportunity to discuss the case, and it's possible they could ...Read more
Count Terrell Owens among those who feel the Dallas Cowboys should part ways with coach Jason Garrett.
Owens ripped Garrett in a recent interview on 105.3 The Fan, saying it "really doesn't make sense" as to why Garrett remains employed going into his eighth full season as head coach.
"(The Cowboys are) not really expanding or progressing even...Read more
- Report: Dez Bryant won't be signing with the Packers, according to Aaron Rodgers
- New Eagles linebacker Paul Worrilow likely out for season after suffering torn ACL
- NFL owners approve David Tepper as Panthers owner; he immediately outlines team goals
- Chargers tight end Hunter Henry suffers torn ACL, out for season
- Browns defensive end Myles Garrett isn't interested in leaving the field much this year