April 2011 - Football Wiretap
Gabbert To Compete With Garrard For Starting Role
The Jaguars traded up six picks to take Blaine Gabbert.
Ingram's Teammates Supported Him In Green Room
Mark Ingram was drafted with the 28th overall pick by the Saints, who traded with the Patriots.
Clausen On Newton: Panthers 'Got To Do What They Got To Do'
The Panthers drafted Jimmy Clausen in the second round this time last year.
Titans Trying To Keep Players Away?
The Titans had off-duty police officers on hand at the team's facility as players tried to report.
Jaguars Could Trade Back Into Second Round
Currently, Jacksonville doesn't own a pick in Friday night's second round.
Bears Take Blame For Failed Trade With Ravens
The Bears and Ravens would have swapped first-round picks in the deal, but both teams ended up getting what they wanted anyway.
Raiders Have Eye On Penn State's Wisniewski
The Raiders may be interested in drafting Penn State guard Stefen Wisniewski with their first pick in the draft at No. 48 on Friday.
Jones Speaks With Dez Bryant
Cowboys owner Jerry Jones spoke to Dez Bryant on Thursday, and hopes to talk with again on Friday.
Dolphins GM Talks With Brandon Marshall
Dolphins GM Jeff Ireland has talked to receiver Brandon Marshall.
Reggie Bush's Days With Saints May Be Over
Running back Reggie Bush may have played his last game with the Saints, as the club drafted Mark Ingram on Thursday night.
NFL Fans Chant 'We Want Football' At Goodell
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell was booed when he took to the stage for Thursday night's draft.
2011 NFL Draft First Round Results
The first round is complete, but Andy Dalton and Da'Quan Bowers remain available.
Tiki: It's About Coming Back Needing A 'Goal'
Tiki Barber has asked the Giants to take him off the reserve-retirement list.
NFL Tells Teams, Players To Get Back To Football, At Least For Now
The NFL assured teams and players they could resume some of the normal day-to-day football operations beginning Friday.
NCAA Places 3-Year Hold On New Bowl Games
The NCAA has created a new task force to look at bowl games and will place a 3-year moratorium on new bowls.
Elway Supports Tebow
John Elway feels the Broncos need to be committed and patient with Tim Tebow to eventually succeed.
Risdon Discusses Cam Newton's NFL Stock
Jeff Risdon breaks down Cam Newton's NFL stock.
Risdon Breaks Down QB Prospects
RealGM's Jeff Risdon breaks down the quarterback prospects in this year's NFL Draft.
NFL Mock Draft, Version 11.0
Jeff Risdon nailed the first five picks in Thursday night's first round.
Kaepernick Declines Invitation To Attend Draft
Nevada QB Colin Kaepernick will relax with family and friends in his hometown instead of attending the NFL draft in New York.
Judge Denies NFL's Request For Stay
U.S. District Judge Susan Richard Nelson wrote that the NFL "has not met its burden for a stay pending appeal, expedited or otherwise."
Haynesworth Offered Plea Deal; Will Fight Charges
Albert Haynesworth is expected to fight the sexual abuse charges.
Hillis Wins Madden NFL 12 Vote
Browns running back Peyton Hillis will be the face of Madden NFL 12.
Panthers Narrow No. 1 Overall Pick To 4 Choices
The Panthers said at Tuesday's pre-draft news conference that the team is keeping all of its options open.
Jacobs: Barber's Comeback Is 'Phenomenal'
Brandon Jacobs believes Tiki Barber is coming back to football for the right reasons.
Steelers Have Desire To Pair Pouncey Brothers
The Steelers drafted Maurkice Pouncey last April and Mike Tomlin has his eyes on Mike Pouncey this week.
Redskins May Move Up For Gabbert
Blaine Gabbert could fall to Washington at No. 10, but they may not want to take any chances.
Goodell Still Confident NFL Will Prevail
Roger Goodell reiterated his confidence on Tuesday that the league will prevail in its legal battle with the players.
Alosi Working Out Two Jets Players
Former strength and conditioning coach is training left tackle D'Brickashaw Ferguson and defensive end Mike DeVito.