Buccs’ Sign Veteran QB Blaine Gabbert to 1-Year Deal

Tampa Bay Buccaneers announced on Wednesday that they have signed veteran quarterback Blaine Gabbert to a one-year deal. The announcement came just few days after Buccs' coach Bruce Arians confirmed that the team is working on acquiring the 29-year-old.

Saint’s Coach Sean Payton Said that RB Mark Ingram’s Departure Was “Frustrating”

Two-time Pro Bowl running back Mark Ingram spent the first eight years of his NFL career with the New Orleans Saints, and it seemed like he was ready to extend his stay with the organization following the end of 2018....

Greg Schiano Steps Down as Patriots’ Defensive Coordinator

Greg Schiano stepped down as New England Patriots' defensive coordinator after spending less than two months on the position. Schiano announced his decision on Thursday stating that need to "spend more time on my faith and family" as the main...

Cardinals’ Coach Will Allow Players “Phone Breaks” During Meetings

It looks like Arizona Cardinals' head coach Kliff Kingsbury found a great way to connect with his younger players. While talking with reporters on Tuesday at the Annual League Meeting, Kingsbury said he would allow his players "phone breaks" during...

Tottenham Striker Harry Kane Says That He Wants to Play in the NFL

One of the top soccer players on the planet says that he wants to play in the NFL once his soccer career is over. Harry Kane, the star striker of the England National Team...

Former Packers’ WR Jordy Nelson Calls it Quits After 11 Seasons in NFL

Veteran wide receiver Jordy Nelson is retiring from the NFL after 11 years. Nelson, who spent the majority of his career with Green Bay Packers, was a free agent after Oakland Raiders released him on March 14.

Derek Carr to Remain Raiders’ QB According to Coach Jon Gruden

Oakland Raiders' starting quarterback Derek Carr has been struggling with consistency in the past few seasons which made him a target for multiple trade rumors in recent months. Still, it looks like the team doesn't have the...

Patriots’ TE Rob Gronkowski Retires at the Age of 29

Despite being only 29 years old, New England Patriots' tight end Rob Gronkowski decided to retire from professional football. Gronkowski, who played nine years in the NFL, announced his decision via post on Instagram.

DeAndre Baker Says He is the “Best Cornerback” in 2019 NFL Draft

The fact that he is ranked third or fourth best cornerback available in the 2019 NFL Draft doesn't trouble Georgia Bulldogs' DeAndre Baker at all. As a matter of fact, he is so confident in his skills that he...

QB Robert Griffin III Re-Signs with Baltimore Ravens

It looks like Baltimore Ravens have their quarterback situation sorted out. After trading Joe Flacco in order to clear the way for Lamar Jackson to become an undisputed starter, they now also have a backup QB in place. Ravens recently...


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