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Kyler Murray: A lot of last year’s sacks were on me

Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray has been working out with some of the team’s skill position players recently and the addition of wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins to that group has led to a lot of optimism about Arizona’s hopes for the 2020 season. High hopes for the offense would be dashed if Murray isn’t able to [more]

Pete Carroll: We killed it during the offseason

This NFL offseason was unlike any other, with players and coaches barred from team facilities during the pandemic, and all work done on video conference rather than on the field. But Seahawks coach Pete Carroll believes his team got better, despite the circumstances. Carroll told Doug Farrar of USA Today that the Seahawks exceeded expectations [more]

Report: No indication anybody else interested in Markus Golden

Linebacker Markus Golden has until July 22 to find a suitor or he will play 2020 under a one-year, $4.125 million deal with the Giants. The Giants placed the placed the unrestricted free agent tender on Golden on April 27. Ralph Vacchiano of SNY reports that “there is no indication that any other team is [more]

Converse to pay salary of WNBA player who chooses to sit out season

Washington Mystics star Natasha Cloud has decided to skip the 2020 WNBA season. Converse has decided to pay her salary. “There are a lot of factors that led to this decision, but the biggest one is that I am more than an athlete,” Cloud said in a statement, via NBC 4 in Washington. “I have [more]

Report: Bucs remain uninterested in Antonio Brown

The NFL will complete its investigation into Antonio Brown at some point, and chances are, the receiver finds a job somewhere. That somewhere won’t be Tampa. Greg Auman of TheAthletic.com reports that “nothing has changed with Bucs and their lack of interest in signing Antonio Brown. As Bruce Arians made clear in March, just not [more]

Ron Rivera: Circumstances didn’t allow for team to go after Cam Newton

Washington could have signed Cam Newton. It didn’t. Instead, Ron Rivera, who spent nine years with Newton in Carolina, traded a fifth-round choice to the Panthers for Kyle Allen to back up Dwayne Haskins. So Newton signed with the Patriots on Sunday, giving him a chance to win the starting job. “If the circumstances had [more]

Tom Brady tells Julian Edelman: I will always be your #1

Tom Brady and the Patriots went through an amicable divorce this offseason. The quarterback left for the Buccaneers. The Patriots have had a resolve to prove they can win without Brady, and they now have Cam Newton as their quarterback. While Brady is gone, he doesn’t want to be forgotten. Patriots receiver Julian Edelman expressed [more]

Jeremy Kerley: Colin Kaepernick “electrified” offense in 2016

One of the false narratives that still lingers regarding Colin Kaepernick is that he’s not currently in the league because he stunk in 2016, as confirmed by the fact that he was benched for Blaine Gabbert. (Even if all of that is true, that shouldn’t result in Kaepernick going from being the starter to being [more]

Jadeveon Clowney open to offers, hoping to sign before the season starts

Jadeveon Clowney is still waiting for the right offer. Clowney, the defensive end who is one of the best available free agents in the NFL, told Josina Anderson that he hopes to sign with some team “before the season starts, if everything still goes on time with the season.” But which team will that be? [more]

New York’s travel quarantine list underscores camp complications

The NFL is still planning to have teams report to training camp as scheduled on July 28. But if you’re a Buffalo Bill, for instance, you’d probably be safer giving yourself a head start getting there. As noted by Tim Graham of TheAthletic.com, 60 of the 88 players on the Bills roster at the moment [more]

Denver Nuggets temporarily shut down facility

As the NFL continues to monitor developments in other sports, the NFL may soon need to sit down. The NBA hopes to finish its 2019-20 season with a bubble approach in Orlando. One of the 22 teams that made the cut has had to temporarily slam the doors on their facilities. Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN.com [more]

With Cardinals training camp coming, Arizona moves toward a potential shutdown

It wasn’t supposed to be this way, but it is. Two days before the first day of the month when training camps open, a state that hosts an NFL team is moving toward a shutdown. Arizona governor Doug Doucey signed an order on Monday shutting down all “bars, gyms, movie theaters, water parks and tubings” [more]

Evan Engram running, cutting in return from foot surgery

Giants tight end Evan Engram ended last season on injured reserve, but it looks like he should be ready to go when the team gets to training camp next month. Engram had foot surgery in December and the change to a remote offseason program meant that there haven’t been many chances to check in with [more]

Matt Breida sees similarities in Dolphins, 49ers running back groups

Running back Matt Breida turned out to be wrong when he said in April that he thought the 49ers would bring back all of last season’s running backs for the 2020 campaign. Breida wound up as the odd man out and was traded to the Dolphins during the draft in a deal that Breida said [more]

Michigan Governor on sports: “We’re going to watch it differently”

Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer signed an executive order last week allowing pro sports teams to return to business, without fans. And while she wants to see her local sports teams return, she’s being realistic about what that’s going to look like. Via John Niyo of the Detroit News, Whitmer said during an interview on 97.1 The [more]

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