Chris Mortensen, an award-winning journalist who reported on the NFL for ESPN for more than three decades, died Sunday morning at the age of 72.
Cincinnati quarterback Joe Burrow, recovering from surgery to repair a torn wrist ligament in his throwing hand, said Sunday he expects to be fully cleared by the middle of May, and he anticipates being a part of the Bengals' organized team activities.
Penn State offensive tackle Olumuyiwa Fashanu cut short his on-field workout at the scouting combine because of a thigh injury.
Texas receiver Xavier Worthy made NFL combine history Saturday, clocking the fastest 40-yard dash at 4.21 seconds.
Left tackle Tyron Smith is unlikely to play a 14th season with the Cowboys after initial discussions left the sides at different ends of the salary spectrum, according to a source.
Legendary Steelers outside linebacker Andy Russell, a two-time Super Bowl champion, has died at age 82.
The Giants are releasing veteran guard Mark Glowinski, sources told ESPN's Jordan Raanan and Jeremy Fowler.
The 49ers plan to make defensive passing game specialist Nick Sorensen their new defensive coordinator and add former Chargers coach Brandon Staley as their assistant head coach, sources told ESPN.
With Daniel Jones coming off an ACL injury, the Giants may look to draft a quarterback with the No. 6 pick.
Missouri running back Cody Schrader, the 12th-ranked RB on ESPN analyst Matt Miller's draft board, injured a hamstring during his second 40-yard dash attempt.
JC Latham said at the NFL scouting combine that he wants to show he can be a potential solution for a team at left tackle.
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Worthy set an NFL combine record with a 4.21 40-yard dash time.
We polled GMs, scouts and execs from 22 teams to find out if they think the Bears will draft Caleb Williams at No. 1 or deal the pick.
Baltimore is prioritizing finding a running back, and the team could pick up a big star to work with the 2023 MVP.
Jets have made headlines this offseason for a lot of the wrong reasons as pressure continues to mount for a turnaround.
Cashman attributed reading, therapy and health to why he was able to finally turn things around in his career.
The former Ohio State wide receiver impressed Arizona in his interview at the NFL combine, a source told ESPN.
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Releasing J.C. Jackson creates about $13.5 million in cap space, as the Patriots now have over $100 million in space ahead of free agency.