AFC North News and Rumors
Monday morning one-linersprofootballtalk.com Updated 28 minutes agoFB Jerome Felton is among the Bills veterans on the roster bubble. What can the Dolphins expect from their tight ends? The Patriots should learn more about their offensive line with pads coming on during camp. Jets rookie LB Darron Lee still hasn’t sign…Share Tweet
Tyler Eifert still unsure whether he’ll play Week One after ankle surgeryprofootballtalk.com 1 hour agoWhen Bengals tight end Tyler Eifert underwent ankle surgery two months ago, the expectation was that he could return Week One, but might miss the first couple regular season games. That’s still the case. Eifert is described as “on schedule” by the Cinci…Share Tweet
Sunday morning one-linersprofootballtalk.com Jul 24 (yesterday)Who will be the No. 3 wide receiver for the Bills? Assessing whether the Dolphins offensive line has improved. S Patrick Chung isn’t worried about the Patriots offense with QB Jimmy Garoppolo. The Jets are set to have a punting battle this summer. Five …Share Tweet
Tom Brady can’t play catch with teammates while suspendedprofootballtalk.com Jul 24 (yesterday)We may see a rusty Tom Brady in Week Five. Brady is suspended for the first four games of the season over Deflategate, so he’s scheduled to make his regular season debut in Week Five against the Browns. Quarterbacks regularly miss time with injuries and…Share Tweet
Bucs claim WR KrauseThe Buccaneers claimed wide receiver Jonathan Krause off waivers from the Eagles Saturday. Krause has bounced around the league the last two seasons, spending time with the Browns, Patriots and Eagles. He broke into the NFL as an undrafted rookie with t…Share TweetThe Bengals released veteran safety Taylor Mays Saturday, just a few months after bringing him back on a one-year deal. Mays played for the Bengals from 2011-14. He played 14 games and started five last season for the Raiders after being cut by the Viki…Share TweetRavens place six players on PUP, but list doesn't include Joe FlaccoShare TweetSteelers running back Le’Veon Bell claimed last month that he never missed a drug test. He reportedly missed more than one. Ian Rapoport reported on NFL Network that Bell missed “several” drug tests. Bell was already in the NFL’s substance-abuse program…Share Tweet
Hue Jackson has drawn up plays specifically for Terrelle PryorThe guy who once drew up plays for Terrelle Pryor the quarterback is now doing the same thing for Terrelle Pryor the receiver. As explained by Terry Pluto of the Cleveland Plain Dealer, Browns coach Hue Jackson has devised specific ways to get the ball …Share TweetThe NFL is not backing down on its insistence that the players named in an Al Jazeera documentary about performance-enhancing drugs must agree to interviews as part of the league’s investigation. The players involved are Packers linebackers Julius Peppe…Share Tweetprofootballtalk.com Jul 22 (3 days ago)The Browns announced the signing of veteran defensive lineman Nick Hayden Friday. The team was in the market for defensive line help after defensive end Desmond Bryant suffered a torn pectoral. Bryant is expected to miss the entire 2016 season. Hayden h…Share TweetESPN.com Jul 22 (3 days ago)Ravens rookies report to camp after offseason filled with life lessonsShare Tweet
Joe Flacco is not an elite car salesmanJul 23In his lateset commercial, Ravens' Joe Flacco can't get the job done when trying to sell a car for White Marsh Ford.
Bell's suspension could have financial impactJul 22Adam Caplan explains how Le'Veon Bell's possible suspension for violating the NFL's drug policy could impact him as he heads into free agency.
Graziano: Bell likely won't win appealJul 22Dan Graziano explains why Le'Veon Bell probably won't win an appeal of his four-game suspension for missing a drug test.
Monroe vows to continue fighting for marijuana usageJul 22Eugene Monroe tells Mike & Mike he's going to continue pushing to legalize marijuana in the NFL as an alternative to pain killers and hopes his stance on the issue wasn't the reason he was released by the Ravens.