Teams have started their offseason programs, but a handful of notable players still remain unemployed. John Clayton ranks his top 15 NFL free agents.
Ezekiel Elliott used some of the money from his new deal to buy his parents and two younger sisters a home in the St. Louis area.
The NFL forced the Ravens to cancel one week of OTAs and fined the team and coach John Harbaugh for violating offseason rules.
The NFL sought to make an example of the Ravens for violating the rules that govern offseason practices.
The idea of the Raiders moving to Las Vegas isn't as crazy as it used to sound, but Mark Davis has a lot of things to accomplish before he gets the green light to move his team.
Less than two years after his abrupt release, Ray Rice was back at Ravens camp Wednesday, speaking to Baltimore rookies about life lessons.
Eddie Lacy made great progress with his conditioning during the offseason, but Tony Horton would like to work with him some more.
The Seahawks are hopeful of having running back Thomas Rawls and tight end Jimmy Graham back for Week 1 of the regular season, coach Pete Carroll said.
Steelers first-round corner Artie Burns was bound to cover Antonio Brown at some point in offseason workouts. He got his chance Thursday.
Wide receiver Eric Decker skipped the Jets' first two offseason practices as a way to show his displeasure with the fact that QB Ryan Fitzpatrick remains unsigned.
Detroit Lions RB Ameer Abdullah had surgery to repair a torn labrum, according to a source close to the situation, and is expected to be back by the start of training camp this summer.
In the wake of a congressional report critical of the NFL, commissioner Roger Goodell reaffirmed the league's commitment to concussion research in a letter Thursday to the 32 team owners.
Injuries limited Odell Beckham Jr.'s offseason practices the past two years. But that's not the case this time around, writes Dan Graziano.
Jared Cook showed off his 6-foot-5 height during the Green Bay Packers' OTAs, height that the Packers can't wait to utilize this season.
Redskins CB Josh Norman is adapting to his new surroundings and a new quarterback who gets a little fired up in spring practices.
Thunder point guard Russell Westbrook is dominant and demonstrative, reminiscent in a lot of ways to Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant
How far will some players go for a chance to play pro football? Just look at the hopefuls who attended the China Arena Football League's recent tryout in Southern California.
As the Andy Dalton and A.J. Green enter their sixth season together, they continue to set the tone for the Bengals' offense, writes Coley Harvey.
Titans rookie linebacker Kevin Dodd had preventive surgery to insert a screw in his foot and will miss the remainder of OTAs.
Cardinals coach Bruce Arians has taken a step back during OTAs to let offensive coordinator Harold Goodwin develop more of a rhythm as a play-caller.
Joe Thomas' goal since he got to Cleveland has been to help make the Browns a winner, and he thinks Hue Jackson is the coach to do just that.
With more organized team activities set for Thursday, we take a look at some Patriots who might emerge from the shadows to make a splash.
When Bills GM Doug Whaley caught heat for speaking honestly about the body's ability to handle football injuries, it highlighted a dangerous but still pervasive attitude, Jane McManus writes.
Saints defensive end Cameron Jordan had minor back surgery and says he'll be ready later this summer.
Will the NFL eventually scrap the kickoff altogether? Special-teams coordinator Keith Armstrong thinks the league will find an alternative for it.
Denver led the NFL in most every defensive category last season and returns several starters, but doubters say a drop-off is coming. Are they right?
Chicago Bears RB Jeremy Langford, who played a complimentary role last season, understands expectations will be higher now that he's the starter.
As a rookie last season, Kansas City Chiefs cornerback Marcus Peters had eight interceptions during the regular season and another in the playoffs.
Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck tried his hand at auto racing on Wednesday, doing a few laps with former Indy 500 champion Mario Andretti.
The Rams won't rush No. 1 draft pick Jared Goff, but he'll likely share first-team snaps with quarterback Case Keenum 'sooner than later.'
James Sample has the No. 23 jersey and says he's not giving it up regardless of what kind of offer Jalen Ramsey makes.
Antonio Brown is trying to make today's Steelers OTA session after Tuesday's "Dancing With the Stars" finale. But air travel can be tricky.
At 27 years old, Russell Wilson has yet to miss a game or even a practice due to injury. But where does his performance stack up against his peers? Sheil Kapadia digs into the numbers.
In a statement Wednesday, Bills GM Doug Whaley said he "used a poor choice of words" when he said football was a game that humans aren't supposed to play.
Quarterback Tony Romo is signed through 2019 but agrees with Cowboys owner Jerry Jones that he can play four to five more years.
Chargers RB Danny Woodhead sees similarities between football and golf, especially with the mental gymnastics it takes to be successful at both.
Drew Brees says he isn't bothered much by the fact he and the Saints haven't engaged in talks on a contract extension in about two months.
Entering a contract year, Steelers RB Le'Veon Bell is eager to shed his injury-prone label after hurting his knee in back-to-back seasons.
The New England Patriots filed a legal brief on Tom Brady's behalf, asking the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals to rehear Brady's case against the NFL.
James Walker ESPN Staff Writer
Dolphins QB Ryan Tannehill had high praise for second-year WR DeVante Parker (pictured) this week: "I expect him to be a heck of a football player, a guy that other teams fear."
Innocuous tweet sets off epic thread
A simple Panthers tweet trumpeting their depth at wide receiver somehow turned into a lengthy exchange of GIFs with the Bears' Twitter account. And it all ended when Carolina coach Ron Rivera got involved. Social media battle
Nihar Janga threw up the X after tying for the Spelling Bee Championship and Dez Bryant loved it.
Harbaugh: 'It's on me'
Ravens coach John Harbaugh took responsibility for the team losing one week of OTAs because of offseason rules violations. The team and Harbaugh also were fined.
Sheil Kapadia ESPN Writer
Asked about Brandon Browner's penalties last year with the Saints, Pete Carroll joked, "Just last year?" The Seahawks coach is optimistic about finding a hybrid safety role for Browner. He lined up opposite tight ends as a third safety quite a bit today during practice.
Hey Coach, you know it's May, right?
As hot as it was today, Bill Belichick scorched the earth with some choice words during the Patriots' two-hour practice. Demanding perfection
Kevin Van Valkenburg @KVanValkenburg
If I was an NFL player, I'd contemplate "accidentally" wearing pads to OTAs & being like "Oh no! Well, I guess we lose our OTAs next week."
Sheil Kapadia ESPN Writer
Count Russell Wilson among those who are optimistic about Jimmy Graham. Wilson said Graham is "healing really fast" and will be "back sooner than people think." Graham suffered a ruptured patellar tendon injury in late November.
Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer
The Lions waived TE Tim Wright with an injury designation on Thursday. Detroit is hurting at tight end. Brandon Pettigrew is recovering from an ACL injury. Eric Ebron didn't practice Thursday and even rookie TE Adam Fuehne didn't practice. The Lions traded for Wright during last year's training camp and re-signed him in the offseason.
Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer
The Packers have waived QB Ryan Williams. He was signed in January after sitting out of football all of last season. To take his place, they signed former North Carolina QB Marquise Williams.
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Ravens had their former RB Ray Rice speak to all their rookies Wednesday, telling them his story, "the good and bad."
Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer
Ray Rice spoke to the Ravens rookies after Wednesday's practice. In a statement, the Ravens said: "[Rice] delivered an important message that included his story, both the good and the bad. He clearly has the attention of our rookies." The Ravens abruptly released Rice in 2013 after a video surfaced showing him striking his then-fiancée.