Fomer Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant has expressed a desire to remain in the NFC East so he can play his former team two times a year. According to Jordan Raanan of, Bryant has been working out the last several days with Beckham’s trainer, Jamal Liggin.

Super Bowl champion Philadelphia will host Atlanta to kick off the 2018 NFL season on Thursday night, Sept. 6. Green Bay hosts Chicago in the first Sunday night matchup on Sept. 9, while the Monday nighters on opening weekend feature the New York Jets at Detroit, followed by the Los Angeles Rams at Oakland. The Eagles also will play at England's home of soccer when they take on the Jacksonville Jaguars in Week 8 at Wembley Stadium.

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) -- The New York Giants have terminated the contract of veteran wide receiver Brandon Marshall. General manager Dave Gettleman confirmed the move on Thursday during his pre-draft news conference. He says the 34-year-old Marshall

Eli Manning is the quarterback of the New York Giants, has two Super Bowl victories under his belt and is still somehow poised to become the second banana quarterback on his team. It’s possible that New York will select a quarterback with their second pick in the draft. There have been 31 quarterbacks who threw 25,000 yards or more with a single team and made it to at least one Super Bowl; 23 of them are no longer active, and only seven of them had to sit and watch their team use a first round pick on a quarterback. This will lead to an instant fight for the starter spot; in the past decade 13 quarterbacks were drafted in the top five, and the longest wait those 13 players had to start was nine games.

If the majority of mock drafts are to be believed, the New York Giants are poised to draft one of the elite quarterbacks available in next week’s NFL draft despite having Eli Manning, the franchise’s all-time leading passer, still on the roster. The NFL is far from a beacon of benevolence, but even for this league, it seems kinda rude. Whether it’s purely optics or genuine respect for a player who will one day have his number retired, franchise-leading passers have traditionally been spared the humiliation of watching their replacements earn a nearby locker. When the opportunity to draft a highly touted quarterback prospect presents itself, a team tends to get rid of the veteran — like the Colts

Brandon Marshall has been released by the New York Giants. General manager David Gettleman on Thursday announced the veteran wide receiver has been informed of his release with a failed physical designation. The 34-year-old signed a two-year deal worth

On Wednesday, Brandon Marshall let Dez Bryant know via a deleted Instagram post that there was “no room” for him on the New York Giants. Marshall, who has played for five franchises over 12 seasons but somehow has never made it to the playoffs, was cut by the Giants on Thursday. The official reason was that Marshall failed his physical.

The New York Giants released receiver Brandon Marshall after just one season, GM Dave Gettleman announced on Thursday. The move will reportedly open up $5.1 million in cap space, and comes after Marshall played in just five games before a season-ending ankle injury in his first year with the Giants. The Giants signed the six-time Pro Bowler to a two-year, $11 million deal last offseason, but he struggled with just 18 catches for 154 yards and no touchdowns.

The New York Giants on Thursday released Brandon Marshall after just one season, with general manager Dave Gettleman saying the veteran wide receiver failed a physical. The five-time Pro Bowl receiver, who was signed by the Giants last offseason to a two-year, $11 million deal, never seemed to get comfortable and was struggling before suffering an ankle injury in Week 5 that required season-ending surgery. Gettleman was asked if the move meant the Giants were interested in signing receiver Dez Bryant, who was released by the Dallas Cowboys earlier this week and has expressed interest in signing with an NFC East opponent of his former team. Marshall finished with 18 catches for 154 yards and didn't score a touchdown in five games for the Giants, who also lost star receiver Odell Beckham Jr. for the season in Week 5.

On Thursday, there was a report that part of the reason Manning decided against broadcasting was because of little brother Eli Manning, quarterback of the New York Giants. Peyton Manning told Restaurant Business Magazine at a conference in Phoenix this week that he didn’t “want to be a critic at this point” and that he was enjoying being a fan. ESPN and Fox wanted Peyton Manning to become a broadcaster, but he turned them down – is part, reportedly, because he didn’t want to have to be critical of brother Eli.

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