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Here Are the Least Trustworthy NFL Teams, According to Agents Anyway Courtesy of
A poll of agents found that Washington Redskins President Bruce Allen is the least trusted executive in the NFL, while the Cincinnati Bengals are the least prepared team for contract negotiations. In addition to the major trust problem agents have with Allen and the Redskins, they named Mike Tannenbaum, executive vice president of the Miami Dolphins, to be the second least trustworthy executive, followed by Denver Broncos general manager John Elway and Bengals owner Mike Brown. Yahoo! Thu, Apr 19
Baltimore Ravens' 2018 regular season matchups, dates and times Courtesy of
We've known the Ravens' 2018 preseason and regular season opponents for some time now, but the NFL finally released their full schedule with exact dates and times.As they do every year, the Ravens will be seeing the Bengals, Steelers and Browns twice. Yahoo! Thu, Apr 19
2018 NFL schedule: Eagles-Falcons kick things off as full slate is announced Courtesy of
NFL schedule release day seems like a holiday in comparison. The popularity of the league can be summed up in many ways, but few like the excitement over seeing the regular-season schedule being announced. NFL Network had a two-hour show scheduled for Thursday night around the schedule release, with five reporters on site at various NFL team headquarters. Yahoo! Thu, Apr 19
The New York Giants have released receiver Brandon Marshall Courtesy of
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 Yahoo! Thu, Apr 19
2018 NFL schedule: Top 10 prime-time games we're looking forward to watching Courtesy of
The NFL has at long last revealed the 2018 regular-season schedule, and much of Thursday night – and likely into Friday – on the league’s network and its partners will be spent dissecting each team’s schedule, where the bye week falls, and how many prime-time games each club will play. Players always say that there’s something special about those prime-time matchups: they’re the only game happening, so anyone who wants to watch an NFL game is watching. It’s his team now: the Bears have made it clear that the franchise is in Mitchell Trubisky’s hands. Yahoo! Thu, Apr 19
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Tyler Bray Tennessee
Chase Daniel Missouri
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Michael Burton Rutgers
Tarik Cohen North Carolina A&T
Benny Cunningham Middle Tennessee State
Jordan Howard
Taquan Mizzell Virginia
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DeMarcus Ayers
Joshua Bellamy Louisville
Daniel Brown James Madison
Marlon Brown Georgia
Bennie Fowler Michigan State
Taylor Gabriel Abilene Christian
Tanner Gentry Wyoming
Allen Robinson Penn State
Kevin White West Virginia
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Ben Braunecker Harvard
Trey Burton Florida
Adam Shaheen Ashland
Dion Sims Michigan State
Colin Thompson Temple
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Cody Parkey Auburn
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Jonathan Bullard Florida
Rashaad Coward Old Dominion
Eddie Goldman Florida State
Akiem Hicks Regina
John Jenkins Georgia
Howard Jones Shepherd
Will Pericak Colorado
Roy Robertson-Harris Texas-El Paso
Nick Williams Samford
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Sam Acho Texas
Jonathan Anderson TCU
Leonard Floyd Georgia
Jerrell Freeman Mary Hardin-Baylor
Isaiah Irving San Jose State
Nick Kwiatkoski
Aaron Lynch South Florida
John Timu Washington
Danny Trevathan Kentucky
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Adrian Amos Penn State
Prince Amukamara Nebraska
Deon Bush
Bryce Callahan Rice
Marcus Cooper Rutgers
Kyle Fuller Virginia Tech
Doran Grant Ohio State
Deiondre' Hall
DeAndre Houston-Carson
Eddie Jackson Alabama
Cre'von LeBlanc Florida Atlantic
Sherrick McManis Northwestern
Jonathon Mincy Auburn