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Tyrann Mathieu found his “family atmosphere” with Andy Reid and Chiefs

Money and the chance for success are always important for free agents. But when Tyrann Mathieu found the Chiefs last offseason, he found far more. Mathieu said on the “At Home with Linda and Drew Scott” podcast that the feeling he got from the Chiefs and coach Andy Reid was different from anything else he’s [more]

Report: Dolphins likely to hold onto Josh Rosen

Ryan Fitzpatrick plans to play in 2020 with the Dolphins welcoming him back and speculation is rampant that the Dolphins will be drafting a quarterback in the first round, which gives a pretty good indication of how the Dolphins see their near and long-term future at the position. Josh Rosen doesn’t fall into either category [more]

Report:  Eric Bieniemy unlikely to take Colorado job

The Chiefs appear likely to keep offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy for another season. Although Bieniemy has been named as a candidate for the vacant head coaching job at Colorado, there’s been no traction in talks between the two sides, Jeremy Fowler of ESPN reports. Bieniemy has interviewed for several head-coaching vacancies in the NFL but has [more]

Panthers seem to be poised to try to trade Cam Newton

Monday’s leak that the Panthers expect quarterback Cam Newton to pass a physical in March is less about Newton playing for the Panthers than it is about the Panthers possibly trading him to someone else. From Carolina’s perspective, Newton getting healthy in March is meaningless, if they play to keep him. The offseason program doesn’t [more]

Browns hire Ben Bloom as senior defensive assistant

The Browns are expected to hire former Cowboys assistant coach Ben Bloom as a senior defensive assistant, Adam Caplan of SiriusXM NFL Radio reports. Bloom returns to Cleveland after nine seasons in Dallas. He got his NFL start with the Browns, going to Cleveland in 2009 as an assistant defense/quality control coach. In 2010, Bloom [more]

Joe Flacco getting second opinion, with Denver still undecided about his status

A report earlier Tuesday indicated the Broncos are confident Joe Flacco will be healthy enough to play in 2020. A follow-up by Mike Klis of 9News.com shed more light on the quarterback’s future. Klis talked to Flacco’s agent, Joe Linta, and Broncos president of football operations/G.M. John Elway, neither of whom was definitive about Flacco’s [more]

Seahawks land Greg Olsen

Greg Olsen took some time to make up his mind about what to do after visiting Buffalo, Seattle and Washington following his release from the Panthers, but he’s come to a decision. PFT has learned, via a league source, that Olsen is signing with the Seahawks. It is a one-year deal worth $7 million with [more]

If Joe Burrow wants to play for the Bengals, why hasn’t he simply said so?

At one point last month, quarterback Joe Burrow provided a broad, blanket assessment of his football future: “Whoever wants to pay me money to play the game of football, I’ll play for ’em, it doesn’t matter to me.” Later in the month, however, that changed in subtle yet critical fashion. After former Bengals quarterback Carson [more]

XFL ratings dip on ABC in Week Two

The XFL had very strong ratings in Week One of the return from its 19-year hiatus. The Week Two ratios were strong to quite strong. According to Jake Russell of the Washington Post, the Week Two ABC games drew an average audience of 2.127 million on Saturday (New York Guardians at D.C. Defenders) and an [more]

Derrick Henry: Tom Brady still at a high level, but why wouldn’t we want Ryan Tannehill

The Titans’ season turned around when Ryan Tannehill was installed as the team’s starting quarterback before Week Seven and running back Derrick Henry can’t understand why anyone would think Tennessee would look elsewhere in 2020. Henry was a guest of teammate Taylor Lewan and former teammate Will Compton on their Bussin’ with the Boys podcast [more]

Benardrick McKinney has ankle surgery

One of the Texans’ top defensive players needed to get some work done. According to Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle, middle linebacker Benardrick McKinney underwent arthroscopic ankle surgery. He made the Pro Bowl two years ago, and was second on the team in tackles last season, playing in 14 games. He’s expected to make [more]

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