After playing his entire NFL career at left tackle, Raiders Donald Penn will protect Derek Carr from the right side with first rounder Kolton Miller as the new left tackle. While Penn still has room to improve, he is picking up the position well.
Paul Guenther added some depth to his secondary signing the 32-year old cornerback who was once considered one of the better players at his position.
The 2017 third round pick is still coming back from a knee injury suffered last year, but how long will he be out?
Already in a battle to make the roster, Washington needs every chance he can get to prove he belongs on the team. This injury is a definite setback for the third year running back.
Our own Levi Damien takes a shot at predicting the final 53-man roster based on what he has seen from preseason and Raiders training camp.
On a team with plenty of talent at wide receiver, Johnny Holton is fighting for a spot on the final 53-man roster Former NFL defensive end Stephen White explains why Holton’s game-changing speed gives him a legitimate shot.
Looking at which players are on the fence of making the roster of the Raiders rivals down south.
The bolts signed running back Terrell Watson while waiving linebacker James Onwualu in a corresponding move.
In a surprising move, the Kansas City Chiefs released backup running back Charcandrick West on Wednesday. The release of West provides the team with $1.65 million in cap savings.
With his emergence as Andy Reid’s number one receiver, the Chiefs coaching staff will take a long look at Hill to decide whether or not his role on special teams should be diminished in an attempt to keep him healthy.
After an impressive start to the preseason, Chad Kelly has elevated himself from the third team to the second team and is projected to enter the season as Case Keenum’s backup.
The second-year receiver rejoined the team after failing to report to training camp this past July, but will John Elway give the former third round pick a second chance?
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Former NFL defensive end Stephen White takes a shot at projecting who will become a diamond in the rough for each NFL team across the league.
Which players and teams took advantage of their opportunities this past week?
Once one of the most dynamic wide receivers in the NFL, Victor Cruz announced his retirement from the league joining ESPN as an NFL analyst.
The Cowboys All-Pro center was recently diagnosed with a disorder in which the body’s nervous system attacks the immune system. Luckily for Frederick, it seems the disease was caught soon enough that he should eventually be ok, although there is no time table for his return to the team.
Could Bill Belichick and his team possibly be making a run at the former Pro Bowl receiver?