Days after telling reporters his surgically repaired right forearm is "100 percent," New York Giants safety Landon Collins might need an additional surgery, according to an NFL Network report on Wednesday. Per the report, the arm is not healing as quickly as doctors hoped and Collins might undergo a second surgery to plate the break again, which would keep him out six to eight weeks. Collins, 24, broke his arm while making a tackle in Week 16 of last season against the Arizona Cardinals.

The NFL released its 2018 preseason schedule on Wednesday afternoon. The preseason kicks off on Aug. 2 with the Hall of Fame Game between the Chicago Bears and the Baltimore Ravens. Here are a few notable games to look out for: • Week 1: The

NFL fans start to get itchy this time of year for any games to be added to the calendar. Even the ones in August that don’t count. At least Wednesday’s release of the preseason schedule gives us something. The NFL announced its 65-game preseason schedule

This is the full 2018 preseason schedule, announced by the NFL today. HALL OF FAME GAME: AUGUST 2 Chicago Bears vs. Baltimore Ravens (NBC) WEEK 1: AUGUST 9-13 Los Angeles Chargers vs. Arizona Cardinals Los Angeles Rams vs. Baltimore Ravens Carolina

The NFL has revealed its preseason schedule for all 32 teams and while it may cheer up football fans, it includes a painful reminder for the Patriots with a Super Bowl rematch against the Philadelphia Eagles scheduled for Gillette Stadium. The Eagles, who for the first time can call themselves defending Super Bowl champs after they beat the Pats 41-33 in SB 52 in February in Minnesota, will travel to New England in Week 2 (Aug. 16-20) of the preseason (specific dates and times will be released later this offseason). The Patriots face the Redskins in Foxboro in Week 1 (Aug. 9-13), in Week 3 (Aug. 23-26), they travel to Carolina and they finish with their traditional Week 4 (Aug. 30-31) matchup with the New York Giants, this one on the road at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J.

(STATS) - What if the Cleveland Browns picked Kyle Lauletta first instead of Sam Darnold? Or if the New York Jets' trade up wasn't for a quarterback. That might be the case if NFL teams could only draft FCS players. If an FCS-only draft took place this

With so many NFL teams in need of help at the most crucial position, there is likely to be as many as four quarterbacks taken within the first 10 picks when the cream of the collegiate crop are selected in the NFL draft (April 27-29). Cleveland Browns (who pick at spots 1 and 4), New York Giants (2), New York Jets (3), Denver Broncos (5), Miami Dolphins (11) and Buffalo Bills (12) are all teams who need help at the most crucial position – and it would be no surprise to see the Arizona Cardinals (15) attempting to trade into the top 10 in a bid to select a premium passer.

The New York Giants like Sam Darnold but not Josh Rosen for their No. 2 pick in the NFL Draft later this month. The New York Giants hold the No. 2 overall pick in the NFL Draft later this month, putting them in a prime position to pick up a high-caliber player for their franchise. Many are speculating that the Giants will take a quarterback first that they can use to eventually replace 37-year-old Eli Manning, who likely doesn’t have too many seasons left under his belt.

Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck is onto the next stage of rehab from shoulder surgery but still is not throwing a regulation football. Luck, who missed the entire 2017 season recovering from the operation last January, said he is working mostly on his throwing motion to recalibrate the motion to not depend solely on his arm strength. Luck said he is now throwing a smaller, lighter football but not yet using the NFL game-day ball.

Odell Beckham was present for roll call to begin the offseason program with the New York Giants on Monday. All the while, first-year coach Pat Shurmur maintained the Giants felt confident Beckham would be in the building for offseason workouts and well beyond.

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