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Rams to get more than $2 million from St. Louis CVC for stadium arbitration fees
The agreement that lured the Rams from Los Angeles to St. Louis in 1995 includes a provision that guarantees the Rams a first-tier NFL stadium by 2015. The procedure for getting there includes an arbitration process, which the Rams won earlier this year…Upvote Share Tweet
Brady Quinn is the new backup quarterback for the Seattle Seahawks after agreeing to terms with the club.Upvote Share TweetNFL Commissioner Roger Goodell has taken a lot of shots from players for trying to take the head out of the game. But Cardinals cornerback Patrick Peterson says Goodell is doing the right things to make the game safer. Peterson said on ESPN 1100 in Las …Upvote Share TweetThe veteran quarterback carousel has pretty much stopped spinning and one of the biggest moves of the offseason was Kevin Kolb trading in desert life with the Cardinals for a new gig in the far different climate of Buffalo. Kolb signed to be part of the…Upvote Share Tweetdeadspin.com Updated Apr 9, 2013The former Michigan quarterback is trying to make the NFL as a receiver. But a throw like this might convince the Arizona Cardinals to let him run their offense.Read more...Upvote Share Tweet
Seneca Wallace continues his tour with stop in OaklandThe backup quarterback bus rolls on, and one of them is getting a good look at the West Coast. According to Adam Schefter of ESPN, former Seahawks and Browns quarterback Seneca Wallace will work out for the Raiders Wednesday. Wallace was also part of th…Upvote Share Tweet
Scratch the Rams off any potential Tebow listImagine. The Jets are having a hard time making a trade. No, not him. The other one. According to Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News, the Rams aren’t interested in trading for quarterback Tim Tebow, after being reportedly interested a year ago. NeiUpvote Share TweetESPN.com Updated Apr 9, 2013When we last left the Antoine Winfield story, Minnesota Vikings coach Leslie Frazier was acknowledging his strong desire to talk Winfield back onto the team after his surprising release last month. Winfield has since been courted by the Washington Redsk…Upvote Share TweetSteelers players now have one less reason to complain about safety rules. Their coach has joined the body that helps make them. The NFL announced on Tuesday that Mike Tomlin will become the newest member of the Competition Committee. He replaces former …Upvote Share TweetCNNSI.com Updated Apr 9, 2013It looks like it's falling apart, but the Darrelle Revis trade to Tampa Bay will happen. Why? There's too much at stake for the Jets and Bucs to walk away, Don Banks writes.Upvote Share TweetCNNSI.com Updated Apr 9, 2013Long-shot odds? Brian Banks has faced worse. Exonerated for a crime he didn't commit, Banks is now getting his NFL shot in Atlanta. But this is not a charity case, writes Peter King.Upvote Share Tweet
NFL32OT: High Price For RevisApr 9Episode 302: ESPNNewYork.com's Rich Cimini breaks down the situation with the Jets and the possible trade of Darrelle Revis. The NFL32 crew discuss which team is most in need of drafting an impact running back.
State of the Franchise: Arizona CardinalsApr 9Arizona Cardinals cornerback Patrick Peterson says he thinks the new faces inside the team facility, including quarterback Carson Palmer, will translate into wins in the desert.
Draft War Room: Arizona CardinalsApr 9Go inside the Draft War Room and find out which roster spots the Arizona Cardinals will have to fill in the 2013 NFL Draft.
Don Banks: Despite reports, Revis trade makes too much sense not to happenApr 9As the saga drags on into yet another week this spring, with any signs of progress becoming harder to discern, it's easy to look at the Darrelle Revis trade talks between New York and Tampa Bay and see a stalemate, stand-off and showdown with no end in …
Peter King: Brian Banks not worried about long-shot odds to make FalconsApr 9Brian Banks and his mother, one of the only people who really believed Banks was innocent of rape for a decade, were on a dream trip to Times Square in New York last week, walking and marveling at the sights they were seeing for the first time after tel…