NFL Looking To Speed Up GamesThe NFL is making plans to speed up games, including changing how video replays are handled and using a time clock for extra points. The league also is talking with the TV networks about making commercial breaks less intrusive.
Oklahoma QB Mayfield Faces Uncertainty After ArrestBaker Mayfield is trying his best to move on from his arrest in Arkansas last month. The problem is the Oklahoma Sooners quarterback doesn't know what the consequences will be.
New Baylor Coach Matt Rhule Ready To Finally Get On FieldKnowing that what happened in the past will continue to be talked about, Rhule still tries to put his head down and be concerned about today — the way he approaches football and life.
Former Texas QB David Ash To Return To FootballFormer Texas quarterback David Ash, who has not played since the first game of the 2014 season because of concussions, has been cleared to return to football and will participate in the Longhorns' pro workout day March 28.
KT's Mock Draft 2.0As the draft peaks it's head around the corner, it's time for my second mock draft. This isn't necessarily who I would pick, but it's a baseline for how things might play out based on team needs and fits.
Cavanaugh's Mock Draft 2.0This year is a very unique draft in that after the #1 overall pick I see a ton of different flavors for different teams depending on what you’re looking for.
Massarotti: Just Cut Tony Loose, JerrySo Tony Romo sits there like a used car, albeit one that still has some miles to drive. The Dallas Cowboys are learning that he has minimal trade-in value. They’d be far better off donating to charity.
Williams, 3 Others Sign Free Agent Contracts With CowboysThe Dallas Cowboys have signed the four players who agreed to contracts on a busy second day of free agency, including the return of Terrance Williams as the No. 2 receiver behind Dez Bryant.
QB Nick Foles Returning To Philadelphia Eagles With Two-Year DealThe Eagles are reportedly signing Nick Foles to a two-year deal, according to NFL insider Adam Schefter.
Romo Says His Farewell, But Stays With Cowboys For NowTony Romo remained with the Cowboys as the first day of free agency wrapped up Thursday, although the quarterback essentially said goodbye to Dallas fans in a video posted on social media.
WATCH: Tony Romo Video Tells Cowboys Fans GoodbyeOh where will Tony Romo go?
Report: Dallas Cowboys Looking To Trade Tony RomoWith the countdown to the official start of NFL Free Agency signing drawing close, reports are starting to surface that the Dallas Cowboys may be interested in trading quarterback Tony Romo instead of releasing him.

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