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Report: Washington parting ways with Torrian Gray

Washington is parting ways with defensive backs coach Torrian Gray, Mike Garafolo of NFL Media reports. It could be the first of many changes on the defensive side of the ball. Gray’s departure makes sense in light of news that Todd Bowles met with Washington earlier this week. Washington also has expressed interest in Broncos [more]

Todd Bowles met with Washington, has options

Former Jets head coach Todd Bowles will need to reset if he’s ever going to get another chance to be a head coach, but he has options this offseason. Via Mike Garafolo of the NFL Network, Bowles met with Washington earlier this week, though the conversation was apparently short on specifics. Jay Gruden has been [more]

Four more spots of draft order set, Raiders know another of theirs

With the wild card games in the books, we know four more spots in the 2019 NFL Draft order. And the Raiders are beginning to visualize more of their long-term plan. The losers of the most recent games will occupy the 21st through 24th spots in order, with the Seahawks, Ravens, Texans, and Bears falling [more]

Jay Gruden has been told he’s returning in 2019

When Washington coach Jay Gruden met with reporters earlier this week, he admitted he didn’t know what to say. But now, at least, he knows he’s going to be back. According to J.P. Finlay of NBC Sports Washington, Gruden has been officially told he’s safe for the coming year. This was largely #asexpected, but then [more]

Zach Brown says Washington doesn’t want people that hold players accountable

After another lost season in Washington D.C., Redskins linebacker Zach Brown told the Athletic that he anticipates significant changes to the team’s locker room. “This​ locker room is going to​ be so different​ next season,” Brown said. One key piece of Washington’s defense is already gone. Safety D.J. Swearinger was axed by the team in [more]

Tom Flores, Richard Seymour make Hall of Fame finalists list for first time

Coach Tom Flores and defensive lineman Richard Seymour are Pro Football Hall of Fame finalists for the first time. They made the list for the Class of 2019, along with three first-year eligible players. The Hall of Fame announced the list of finalists Thursday night and to no ones surprise cornerback Champ Bailey, tight end [more]

November domestic violence charges against Reuben Foster dismissed

Reuben Foster was due in a Tampa courtroom on Thursday morning for an arraignment on domestic violence charges, but the hearing did not go forward. WFLA in Tampa reports that the arraignment was called off because the charges against Foster were dismissed. TMZ reports the charges were dismissed by the State Attorney’s Office on January [more]

Five teams can be forced to do Hard Knocks

The last thing most NFL coaches want during training camp is to be followed everywhere they go by cameras and microphones. Which means NFL teams rarely volunteer to appear on Hard Knocks, the behind-the-scenes reality show that documents training camp. Which means the NFL sometimes forces it on a team that doesn’t want to do [more]

Jay Gruden doesn’t know if he’s safe or not

Jay Gruden wasn’t fired yesterday. But he works in Washington, where no one other than Dan Snyder (and apparently Bruce Allen) should ever feel truly safe. So after a 6-3 start turned into a 7-9 finish, Gruden wasn’t taking anything for granted. “I really don’t know why I’m up here, to be honest with you,” [more]

Brian Orakpo is retiring from the NFL

Linebacker Brian Orakpo didn’t play for the Titans on Sunday night because of an elbow injury and he won’t be playing for them in 2019 either. Orakpo announced his retirement from the NFL on Monday. He had 28 tackles, 1.5 sacks and a forced fumble in 13 games this season. Orakpo said he wanted to [more]

Broncos are believed to be eyeing John Harbaugh, Mike Shanahan

Yes, the Broncos will engage in a traditional coaching search, now that Vance Joseph has been fired after two failed seasons on the job. The final outcome could end up being decidedly non-conventional. The chatter in league circles regarding Denver’s future continues to be that G.M. John Elway would like to find a way to [more]

Matt Millen on heart transplant: “I can’t waste this opportunity”

Longtime NFL linebacker and former Lions General Manager Matt Millen is a week removed from heart transplant surgery. And as he recovers, he told Peter King of NBC’s Football Morning in America that he hopes to make the most of the second chance he’s been given. He waited six months for a transplant, which he [more]

Cardinals lock up the top spot in the 2019 NFL Draft

It’s unclear who will be coaching the Cardinals first-round pick next year, or even who will be selecting him. What we do know is the team in the desert owns the No. 1 overall pick. The Cardinals locked up the first pick in the 2019 NFL Draft by being the only team with a 3-13 [more]

Eagles do their part, getting 24-0 win

The Eagles did their part, shutting out Washington 24-0. They now await word from Minnesota if the Bears can hold on and from their medical staff about the condition of Nick Foles. Foles’ injury put a damper on what should have been a celebration. He was injured on a fourth quarter sack by Ryan Kerrigan. [more]

Nick Foles heads to locker room with chest injury

Nick Foles was injured on a fourth quarter sack by Ryan Kerrigan. The Eagles quarterback has left for the locker room, escorted by team medical personnel. Replays showed Foles grimacing after the hit and again on the sideline as he was in obvious discomfort. The Eagles list him as questionable to return with a chest [more]

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