Latest NFL News
- Scandrick Feels 'Blessed' By 1-Year Extension With Cowboys Orlando Scandrick is finalizing a re-worked contract that features $9.5 million more along with a tacked-on additional year to his deal.
- Former Players: NFL Teams 'Conspired' To Push Painkillers Hundreds of former players have filed a federal lawsuit claiming all 32 NFL teams, their doctors, trainers and medical staffs obtained and provided painkillers to players - often illegally.
- Cowboys Will 'Kick Tires' On RBs Ben Tate, Felix Jones The Dallas Cowboys are giving running back Ben Tate a Thursday afternoon workout, sources tell me, noting that this is a 'kick-the-tires' tryout.
- Super Bowl Heading South In 2019 & 2020 The NFL will turn to the South for its host cities for the 2019 and 2020 Super Bowls. New Orleans, Atlanta, South Florida and Tampa will bid for those games.
- NFL Changing Extra-Point Kicks To 15-Yard Line The NFL is moving back extra-point kicks and allowing defenses to score on 2-point conversion turnovers.
- Kraft: Patriots Won't Appeal Team's Fine, Draft Penalties Patriots owner Robert Kraft will not appeal the $1 million fine and loss of two draft choices the NFL penalized the team for its role in the use of deflated footballs in the AFC championship game.
- Romo Tweets & Cowboys Nation Reacts Cowboys QB Tony Romo became active on Twitter this week, with an eye on promotional opportunities, the chance to have some fun, and apparently no concern for the haters.
- Scandrick Could Report To Let Cowboys Practice Field Work Do His Talking Cowboys owner Jerry Jones has publicly expressed optimism about a negotiation that could increase Scandrick's 2015 salary of $1.5 million.
- Amid Contract Talks, 'I'm A Cowboy,' Says Carr Even as Brandon Carr faces a severe slice of his existing contract - or worse, a complete severing of his ties to the club - he is so optimistic that even though discussions about his money he's representing the Cowboys in positive ways.
- Brady Appeal Now In Goodell's Hands The sides have bitterly argued in the court of public opinion. Now Roger Goodell plans to try to personally settle whether Super Bowl MVP Tom Brady deserves a four-game suspension for using deflated footballs.