June 2011


It may not be enough to earn Terrelle Pryor the first-round status predicted by agent Drew Rosenhaus, but after working with Pryor for two days in preparation for interview sessions preceding the supplemental draft, former NFL personnel director Ken Herock gave the erstwhile Ohio...
By PAT GRAHAM AP Sports Writer
The will officially hire Larry Izzo as assistant special teams coach when the lockout is over. Izzo replaces Thomas McGaughey, who left the team to become an assistant at Louisiana State. In his 14 NFL seasons as a linebacker with Miami, New England and the New York Jets, Izzo's...
With training camps set to open in another month, NFL owners and players will resume negotiations next week, hoping to build on recent talks, two people familiar with the discussions told The Associated Press on Friday.
With the lockout cutting into essential training time for rookies, veterans like Keith Bulluck are gaining value.
For years, Cincinnati owner Mike Brown has been a whipping boy for critics of the Bengals, and those who skewer the franchise for a perception of years of penurious spending habits. To suggest that outsiders consider Brown and the Bengals as cheap would be a gross understatement.
Larry Izzo, one of the NFL’s top special teams players over the last decade-plus, is going to try the...
NFL owners and players met for the second straight day in Hull, Mass., 29 kilometres south of Boston, as they attempt to close in on a collective bargaining agreement.
Zero. That’s the number of games in which the defending Super Bowl champion Green Bay Packers are listed...
Teams cannot sign free agents until there is a new collective bargaining agreement but that hasn't stopped...

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