NFC North News and Rumors
profootballtalk.com Updated 3 hours agoThe 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 Tweet
Offensive tackle Nate Chandler retiresprofootballtalk.com 6 hours agoThe Bears announced Saturday that offensive lineman Nate Chandler has been placed on the reserve-retired list. Chandler signed with the Bears last month. He had played 37 games, starting 19, with the Panthers from 2012-14. Chandler, 27, spent last seaso…Share Tweet
Still living in Green Bay, John Kuhn waits for Packers (or another team) to callESPN.com 12 hours agoStill living in Green Bay, John Kuhn waits for Packers (or another team) to callShare Tweet
Ameer Abdullah: NFL can’t take the kickoff awayprofootballtalk.com 15 hours agoLions running back Ameer Abdullah led the league in kickoff return yards as a rookie last year. But he’s worried that by the time his career ends, there will be no such thing as a kickoff. Abdullah told MLive.com he knows the NFL has talked about elimin…Share TweetAs Vikings open stadium, fans owe debt to Dennis GreenShare 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 Tweet
Tony Dungy thankful for opportunities Dennis Green providedTony Dungy thankful for opportunities Dennis Green providedShare Tweet
Charles Tillman reminisces about Randy Moss, 'Peanut Punch'Charles Tillman reminisces about Randy Moss, 'Peanut Punch'Share TweetThe Bears released defensive back Omar Bolden Friday, just a few months after signing him in free agency. Per ESPN’s Adam Caplan, the Bears in March had guaranteed Bolden $80,000 on a one-year contract worth a total of $840,000. A fourth-round pick of t…Share Tweetyahoo.com Jul 22 (yesterday)The sudden and surprising death of former Minnesota Vikings and Arizona Cardinals head coach Dennis Green at age 67 has brought out some great stories and tributes. But Randy Moss might have told the best one that we’ve heard. Appearing on ESPN’s “NFL L…Share Tweet
Michael Bidwill hails Dennis Green as innovator and pioneerThe death of former Vikings and Cardinals coach Dennis Green has sparked many remembrances from around the league on Friday, including one from Cardinals president Michael Bidwill. “All of us at the Cardinals are incredibly saddened by the news of Denni…Share Tweet
What do Vikings like about U.S. Bank Stadium? Proximity to fans tops the listWhat do Vikings like about U.S. Bank Stadium? Proximity to fans tops the listShare Tweet
Free agency could break up Packers' offensive line after this seasonFree agency could break up Packers' offensive line after this seasonShare TweetThe Lions filled out their 90-man roster ahead of training camp, adding more line depth. The team announced they signed tackle Luke Marquardt, who has bounced around a bit but has never played in an NFL game. He entered the league with the 49ers in 2013…Share Tweet
Packers have Richard Rodgers working on weight lossEddie Lacy isn’t the only Packer trying to lose weight this offseason. Tight end Richard Rodgers is also slimming down. The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports that Rodgers, who is listed at 257 pounds, was playing at 272 pounds last season. This offseas…Share Tweet
Remembering the passion and intensity of Dennis GreenJul 22In light of former Cardinals coach Dennis Green's passing at age 67, look back at his memorable tirade after his team's loss to the Bears.
Moss: Dennis Green gave me a chanceJul 22Randy Moss remembers former coach Dennis Green, who died Thursday.
Jarrett Bell's personal connection to Dennis GreenJul 22Jarrett Bell looks back on the life of Dennis Green and what he meant to the NFL and future coaches.
Green beloved by playersJul 22Adam Schefter on the death of Dennis Green and the impact he had on the players he coached.