May 2018 - Football Wiretap
Richie Incognito Reverses Decision On Retirement
The Bills released Richie Incognito from the reserve/retired list, making him a free agent now able to sign with any team.
Marcus Peters: Rams Need To Pay Aaron Donald
Marcus Peters is new to the Rams, but he quickly developed an opinion on Aaron Donald's contract situation.
Le'Veon Bell Won't Report To OTAs With Steelers
Le'Veon Bell could earn $14.5 million on the tag, which he considers his contractual floor.
Multiple Teams Considered Colin Kaepernick As Starting Caliber QB
Internal franchise documents generated as part of the free agency evaluation process as part of Colin Kaepernick's collusion case against the NFL show this viewpoint to be the case.
Dalvin Cook 'Ahead Of Schedule' In ACL Rehab
Mike Zimmer says Dalvin Cook is making great progress in his rehab from the torn ACL that cut short a promising rookie season.
Junior Galette Considering Retirement
Junior Galette has listened to offers as a free agent, but the defensive end/linebacker is considering retirement this offseason.
J.J. Watt To Pay For Funerals Of Santa Fe Victims
J.J. Watt will pay for the funerals of those killed in the shooting at Santa Fe High School.
Nashville Expected To Host 2019 NFL Draft
The NFL is expected to name Nashville the host of the 2019 NFL draft at this week's owners meetings in Atlanta, according to league sources.
Johnny Manziel Signs With CFL's Hamilton Tiger-Cats
Johnny Manziel has been out of football since the 2015 season.
Julio Jones Wants Updated Contract
Julio Jones' salary ranks eighth amongst wide receivers.
Cardinals Acquire Jamar Taylor From Browns
Jamar Taylor was originally set to make $4.5 million in 2018.
Terrell Owens Doesn't Know Why Cowboys Haven't Fired Jason Garrett
Terrell Owens said he finds it "mind-boggling" that Jason Garrett remains the team's head coach.
Gambling Could Renew NFL's Push For 18-Game Season
The NFL dropped a push to expand the regular season to 18 games when an argument was made for player health and safety.
Only 76 Draft Picks Remain Unsigned
Quenton Nelson, the sixth overall pick by the Colts, is the highest selection to have signed.
Buccaneers OC: 'We Chose To Suck' In Red Zone
Todd Monken, Tampa Bay's offensive coordinator, isn't shy about his feelings on the team's struggles in the red zone last season.
Eagles Invited To Visit White House In June
The Eagles have been invited to celebrate their Super Bowl LII victory at the White House on June 5.
Browns To Be Featured On 'Hard Knocks'
Cleveland is coming off an 0-16 season and drafted Baker Mayfield first overall.
David Johnson Aiming For 1,000/1,000 Season
A wrist injury limited David Johnson to just one game last season, but he's now fully healthy.
Panthers Finalize Terms To Sell Franchise For $2.275B
The Panthers have finalized terms to sell the franchise to David Tepper for $2.275 billion.
Bashaud Breeland Visiting With Cardinals, Colts
Breeland had a $24 million agreement with the Panthers nullified by a foot injury.
Dak Prescott Aspires To Be Best QB In Cowboys' History
The Cowboys' best three quarterbacks are Roger Staubach, Troy Aikman and Tony Romo.
NFL Owners To Vote On Whether To Make All Ejections Reviewable
A replay review will be required for all ejections, whether they result from a violation of the helmet rule, throwing a punch or any other flagrant act.
Rams Remain Optimistic About Reaching Deal With Aaron Donald
Les Snead told reporters on April 5 that the team has Aaron Donald "budgeted in the budget."
Dez Bryant Doesn't Regret Passing On Offer From Ravens
Dez Bryant remains available on the free agent market, but the wide receiver says he doesn't regret passing on an offer from the Ravens.
Brandon Graham Has Ankle Surgery, Could Miss Workouts
Brandon Graham is recovering from right ankle surgery and could miss the Eagles' spring workouts, according to sources.
John Fox Joins ESPN As Analyst
John Fox was 133-123 in 16 seasons as an NFL head coach with the Panthers, Broncos and Bears.
Packers Not Expected To Sign Dez Bryant
Jason Witten's prediction on Dez Bryant joining the Packers appears unlikely.
49ers Have NFL's Most Expensive Offense In 2018
The 49ers front-loaded Jimmy Garoppolo's $137.5 million deal with $37 million against the cap in 2018.
Kenny Vaccaro To Visit With Jets
Kenny Vaccaro has visited with the Colts and Dolphins previously.