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Richard Sherman Threatens To 'Ruin' Reporter's Career
Richard Sherman threatened to "ruin" a local reporter's career after "a couple of tough questions," according to another reporter.

Marc Sessler/NFL

Ben Roethlisberger: Some Bengals Can't Stand Vontaze Burfict's Antics
In the wake of Sunday's game between the Steelers and Bengals, Ben Roethlisberger says some members of the Bengals can't stand Vontaze Burfict's extra antics on the field.

Josh Alper/Pro Football Talk

Some Jaguars Upset Gus Bradley Flew On Team Charter After Firing
Some Jaguars players didn't think it was right to have Gus Bradley fly back home on the team's charter Sunday after he was fired.

Mike DiRocco/ESPN

Rams May Promote Sean Mannion For Final Two Games
Sean Mannion was last active for the season opener versus the 49ers when Jared Goff was the third-stringer.

Kevin Patra/NFL

Jerry Jones: Randy Gregory Will 'Absolutely' Play Next Two Games
Randy Gregory is eligible to practice this week after missing the first 14 games of the season due to a pair of suspensions.

Josh Alper/Pro Football Talk

Larry Fitzgerald Hints He May Play Elsewhere In 2017
During an interview with Jim Gray on Westwood One, Larry Fitzgerald hinted that he may play for a team other than the Cardinals next season.

Mike Florio/Pro Football Talk

Derek Carr's Inability To Go Under Center 'An Issue' For Raiders
Derek Carr has taken snaps exclusively in the pistol or shotgun since dislocating his pinky finger three weeks ago.

Paul Gutierrez/ESPN

Cam Newton Regrets Reaction After Helmet-To-Helmet Hit
Cam Newton wasn't happy with a helmet-to-helmet hit during Monday night's game against the Redskins, but regrets his reaction after the play, which drew an unsportsmanlike conduct penalty.

David Newton/ESPN

Jaguars Targeting Tom Coughlin For Head Coaching Job
A day after firing Gus Bradley, the Jaguars have confirmed that Tom Coughlin is a candidate to become the team's next head coach.

Conor Orr/NFL.com

Dean Spanos Admits Chargers Are Leaning Towards Move To L.A.
Chargers owner Dean Spanos admitted on Sunday that he's leaning towards exercising his right to move to Los Angeles.

Mike Florio/Pro Football Talk

Browns Sticking With Robert Griffin III As Starter
The Browns are sticking with Robert Griffin III with two games left to avoid a winless season.

Josh Alper/Pro Football Talk

Tom Savage Will Remain Starter For Texans
Bill O'Brien says Tom Savage will remain the starting quarterback for the Texans when they face off against the Bengals this weekend.

Sarah Barshop/ESPN

Doug Marrone Named Interim Head Coach Of Jaguars
Doug Marrone has been Jacksonville's assistant head coach/offensive line coach for the last two years.


Eric Wood: Don't Fire Rex Ryan, Bills Are 'So Freaking Close'
Reports have indicated that the Bills plan to fire Rex Ryan, but that hasn't stopped some of his players from coming to his defense.

Associated Press

Steelers Warn Jeremy Hill Not To Disrespect Terrible Towel
The Steelers warned Jeremy Hill against disrespecting the Terrible Towel after Sunday's game, which featured Hill pretending to rip one after a four-yard touchdown.

Jeremy Fowler/ESPN

Offense, Defense Squabble In Denver Locker Room
Gary Kubiak had to break up a shouting match between defensive backs and offensive linemen after the Broncos lost to the Patriots 16-3 on Sunday night.

Jeff Legwold/ESPN

Carson Palmer Plans To Play In 2017
Carson Palmer recently signed a one-year, $24.4 million extension through 2018 with the Cardinals.

Jeremy Bergman/NFL.com

Gus Bradley Fired By Jaguars
Shad Khan confirmed that Dave Caldwell will remain and will oversee the coaching search to find Bradley’s replacement.

RealGM Staff Report

Eagles Likely To Retain Doug Pederson
Doug Pederson is in his first season as head coach of the Eagles.

Ian Rapoport/NFL.com

Bills Expected To Fire Rex Ryan, Keep Doug Whaley
If Rex Ryan is fired, the Bills will be moving onto their sixth head coach since 2009.

Adam Schefter/ESPN

Steelers Plan On Using Franchise Tag On Le'Veon Bell
A new deal for Le'Veon Bell could pay him as much as the six-year, $85.28 million deal Adrian Peterson signed in September of 2011.

Adam Schefter/ESPN

Janoris Jenkins: Rams Players Aren't Allowed To Speak To Stan Kroenke
Janoris Jenkins, now with the Giants, had some interesting comments about his time as a member of the Rams.

Mike Florio/Pro Football Talk

Jared Goff Enters Concussion Protocol
Jared Goff left Thursday night's game against the Seahawks and entered the NFL's concussion protocol after taking a hit from Richard Sherman.

Alden Gonzalez/ESPN

Richard Sherman Upset With Seattle's Goal-Line Pass Call
Richard Sherman wasn't happy that Pete Carroll called for Russell Wilson to throw the football on first-and-goal from the 1-yard line on Thursday night.

Sheil Kapadia/ESPN

Patriots Claim Michael Floyd Off Waivers
Michael Floyd was released by the Cardinals this week following his arrest on a DUI charge.

Ian Rapoport/NFL.com

Colts Don't Anticipate Replacing Chuck Pagano, Ryan Grigson
The Colts are in danger of missing the playoffs for the second consecutive season, but Jim Irsay doesn't anticipate replacing Chuck Pagano or Ryan Grigson.

Chris Wesseling/NFL

Blake Bortles Already Has Offseason Training Plans
The Jaguars may have a new coaching staff in 2017, but Blake Bortles has already made plans for offseason training.

Hays Carlyon/Florida Times-Union

Chargers Won't Decide On Move To L.A. Until After Season
NFL owners unanimously approved a final tenant-lease contract between the Chargers and Rams on Wednesday.

Eric D. Williams/ESPN

Cam Newton Had MRI On Throwing Shoulder
Cam Newton had an MRI on his throwing shoulder on Tuesday morning.

Bill Voth/Black And Blue Review

Matthew Stafford Unsure About Glove, Confident Finger Will Be Fine
Matthew Stafford is confident the dislocated middle finger on his throwing hand will be fine and hasn't decided if he'll wear a glove on Sunday.

Michael David Smith/Pro Football Talk