ICYMI: News from around the NFL, April 8th, 2017
Negotiations between the Falcons and cornerback Desmond Trufant picked up at the scouting combine and were completed with a five-year, $69-million contract extension Saturday.
Bettors in Las Vegas casinos will be able to place bets on the NFL draft for the first time this year. The Nevada Gaming Control Board granted approval for betting on the draft this week. Bets on the draft have never been allowed in Nevada before, although some online sports books based overseas have offered…
Beau Allen is considered a valuable rotational player on the Eagles’ defensive line. His availability for the 2017 season now appears in question. The fourth-year veteran reportedly suffered an injury to his chest/pectoral area when working out Thursday. He is expected to undergo surgery, according to Zach Berman of the Philadelphia Inquirer. This is an obvious blow…
TAMPA — It’s looking more and more like this may happen. The Bucs believe they are among the top candidates to be chosen for HBO’s Hard Knocks, the sports documentary produced in conjunction with NFL
“I’m a Raven,” Webb said in January. “I’m a Raven for life.” It’s rare that the Ravens bring back a player that they’ve released. But few in Ravens history has shown this type of commitment to remain with the organization.
With the draft closing in, Packers’ fans will be stressing over the potential of their first pick. Take comfort in the fact that with the roster they already have, it’s hard for them to go wrong.
Good news for Denver fans, Kapri Bibbs, Bennie Fowler III sign exclusive-rights tenders