The Texans signed former Cardinals safety Tyrann Mathieu, the team announced Friday. NFL Network's Tom Pelissero reports it's a one-year deal worth $7M for Honey Badger.
The Vikings announced on Friday they've signed defensive tackle Sheldon Richardson to a one-year deal. Richardson was ranked No. 6 on Around The NFL's Top 101 Free Agents of 2018.
NFL Network's Steve Weissman reports that Oakland Raiders running back Marshawn Lynch will remain with Raiders in 2018 and is expected to make 5.9 million dollars.
Bucky Brooks unveils his latest mock draft, which takes into account the flurry of free-agent activity that changed rosters across the league. See his new projection for Round 1 , including some surprises.
Orlando Scandrick's nine-year tenure with the Dallas Cowboys is over. The team released with the veteran cornerback on a post-June 1 designation on Saturday.
Don't fret, Raider Nation. Marshawn Lynch will indeed be part of the Raiders' plans for 2018. Oakland is planning to pay out the veteran running back's $ 1 million roster bonus on Sunday.
March Madness is in full swing. UMBC made history Friday night, beating Virginia 74-54. UMBC is the first No. 16 seed to ever beat a No. 1 seed in the NCAA Tournament. Here's how NFL players reacted.
The Bears have made some major moves on the offensive side of the football, none bigger than adding Robinson to an offense that was in desperate need of a No. 1 wide receiver. The Penn State product, who missed most of last season with an injured knee, will see more than his share of targets and ...
Jared Goff and Carson Wentz broke out in Year 2 -- will Mitchell Trubisky follow suit? Bucky Brooks says the Bears are following a familiar blueprint. Plus, strong thoughts on a polarizing signing and much more.
Was there any move more seismic than Minnesota signing Kirk Cousins? What about John Elway's failure to snag the most sought-after QB himself? Marc Sessler lists the five biggest moves -- and five biggest non-moves -- of free agency.
Ahead of Friday's introductory press conference, Sam Bradford assuaged fears his knee would sabotage Arizona's substantial one-year investment.