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Taylor Rapp burns 10,000 calories in one-day challenge

NFL players without home gyms have had to get somewhat creative in their workouts. No one has gotten more creative than Rams safety Taylor Rapp. Rapp tweeted that he burned 10,521 calories Saturday,

Troy Aikman “strongly believes” Dak Prescott, Cowboys reach deal

The Cowboys have had a long line of great quarterbacks, but Danny White and Tony Romo didn’t quite ascend to the level of Roger Staubach and Troy Aikman because they never won a Super Bowl. (In fact,

Matthew Stafford: We want to be a great offense

Matthew Stafford ranked second in the NFL in touchdowns (19), fourth in passing yards (2,499) and fifth in passer rating (106.0) before a Week Nine back injury prematurely ended his season. It was the

The Match becomes most-watched golf event in cable history

It took a former NFL star, a current NFL star, two of world’s best golfers and a pandemic for The Match: Champions for Charity to become the most-watched golf event in cable TV history. Turner Sports

Mike Tomlin: Reasonable to expect Benny Snell to continue to take off

The Steelers are banking on running back James Conner bouncing back after an injury-plagued 2019 season, but they also have high hopes for another member of the backfield. 2019 fourth-round pick Benny

Austin Ekeler welcomes leadership role in running backs room

Three years ago, Austin Ekeler entered the NFL as an undrafted free agent from Western State. He just turned 25 last week, but Ekeler is the old guy in the running backs room now. “I feel like I just

Report: “No traction” for Cowboys’ pursuit of Jamal Adams

The Jets aren’t interested in doing a long-term deal with Jamal Adams right now because of the uncertainty of how COVID-19 might affect the season. The All-Pro safety isn’t interested in waiting.

Bill Belichick, Mike McCarthy are co-favorites for coach of the year

In any given year, Patriots coach Bill Belichick deserves serious consideration for the coach of the year award. This year, he’s one of the favorites to win it. Via FanDuel, Belichick (who already has

Mike Tomlin likes conversation about incentivizing minority hiring

Even though the NFL tabled the proposal to reward teams for hiring minority head coaches with draft position, Steelers coach Mike Tomlin likes the idea. Or at least that the idea was brought up. Via

Matt Skura still building strength in his knee

Ravens center Matt Skura knew something was wrong when he “felt three distinct pops in my knee” after going down with an injury in Week 11 last year and the diagnosis of his injury confirmed that

Retirement an option for Devonta Freeman

Free agent running back Devonta Freeman is prepared to wait until he gets a contract offer to his liking. He may be waiting forever. Retirement may be an option for Freeman, according to Ian Rapoport

A Memorial Day unlike any other

The unofficial start of summer at its core has a solemn purpose. We remember on the final Monday in May those, like Pat Tillman, who have made the ultimate sacrifice in support of our freedoms. This

Brian Schottenheimer: Russell Wilson “the wrong guy to doubt”

Seahawks offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer thinks his team has a couple of things going for it as they prepare for the 2020 season under unusual circumstances. The Seahawks have continuity at

Giants add coach to offensive staff

New Giants coach Joe Judge has added one of his former players to his coaching staff. According to Ralph Vacchiano of SNY, the Giants have added Nick Williams as their new offensive quality control

Will Richardson may be supplanting Cam Robinson at LT for Jaguars

As the Jaguars try to win enough games to stave off a franchise reset, one of the most important positions on the offensive line could be in new hands. As explained by John Reid of the Florida

NFL’s “broken system” of minority hiring can be fixed in only two ways

NFL executive V.P. of football operations Troy Vincent admits that the league’s minority hiring system is broken. Ultimately, there are only two ways to truly fix it. First, the NFL needs more

Joe Flacco’s record against AFC East a positive for Jets

Since he’s coming off neck surgery, it’s unclear when Joe Flacco will even be ready to play. And in a perfect world for the Jets, he wouldn’t play at all. But their new backup quarterback has at least

Matt Nagy switching gears on playing starters in preseason

The Bears are scheduled to play their first preseason game on August 15 against the Browns and head coach Matt Nagy is planning a different approach to that game than last year’s exhibition contests.

NFL failed miserably with pass interference replay, Troy Vincent says

For the first time in 2019, pass interference was reviewable on replay. That worked so poorly that in 2020, it won’t be. And NFL Executive Vice President of Football Operations Troy Vincent says the

Frank Reich: Chad Kelly has been a 10 out of 10 on and off the field

The Colts signed Philip Rivers to a one-year deal as a free agent this offseason and Jacoby Brissett is back to play out the final year of his deal, so the team is well-stocked with options for this