Be a Champion in the Community Week " DenverBroncos.com
June 9th marked the end of the first of what is anticipated to be an annual Be a Champion in the Community Week — a full week of roster-wide community service, while asking the community to get engaged as well.
Perrish Cox, Demaryius Thomas sued over alleged sexual assault - NFL.com
A woman who accused former Denver Broncos cornerback Perrish Cox of sexual assault has filed a lawsuit seeking unspecified damages against Cox and current Broncos wide receiver Demaryius Thomas.
Inside the Playbook: 'Offensive I.D.' | National Football Post
Looking at the base personnel groupings on the chalkboard.
Rookie says being a Raider got him out of a traffic ticket | ProFootballTalk
Life in the NFL has its perks, and one rookie says he found out about a pretty big one today: A police officer who’s a football fan might let you out of a traffic ticket.
Ben Roethlisberger: Steelers' new offense progressing - NFL.com
Ben Roethlisberger might still have concerns about Todd Haley's new offense, but the Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback is taking a positive approach in learning the new system.
Troy Polamalu: Playing football always risky - NFL.com
One of the great things about the NFL is the wide range of personalities that make up the league's 32 rosters.
Steelers’ Ziggy Hood shapes up, posts feats of strength on YouTube | ProFootballTalk
Steelers defensive lineman Ziggy Hood says he’s gained two pounds this offseason, from 305 to 307.
Jon Beason OK moving to outside LB for Luke Kuechly - NFL.com
Jon Beason's comeback from a torn Achilles' tendon continues this week with the start of Carolina Panthers minicamp, but how firm is the three-time Pro Bowl pick's grip on his old middle linebacker position?
ProFootballWeekly.com - Sticky situation for Blackmon, Jaguars
The Jaguars are in wait-and-see mode with top pick Justin Blackmon one week after the rookie wideout was arrested for aggravated DUI in Stillwater, Okla., his second DUI arrest in less than 20 months.
No contract negotiations for Aaron Hernandez, Patriots | ProFootballTalk
With Rob Gronkowski under contract for the rest of the decade, questions have cropped up about the Patriots’ plans for their other tight end.
Harry Carson: I hold football responsible for Ray Easterling’s suicide | ProFootballTalk
About a year before he committed suicide, former Falcons defensive back Ray Easterling sent an e-mail to former Giants linebacker Harry Carson,
'Safe Rides' program still open to players, NFLPA says - NFL.com
Four NFL players have been arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol in the past two weeks.
Derrick Mason expected to retire as a Raven - NFL.com
The best numbers of Derrick Mason's career came in Tennessee. The final season of his 15-year career came with the New York Jets and Houston Texans. But Mason will retire a Raven.
Houston Attorney Handicaps the NFL Concussion Litigation " Concussion Policy and the Law
Well-known Houston attorney Gene Egdorf of the Lanier Law Firm knows what he is talking about when it comes to multi-district litigation. After all, he helped secure a $4.85 billion settlement in a multi-district proceeding against Merck & Co. over the pain medication Vioxx.
Brian Banks accepts Seahawks minicamp invite - NFL.com
Brian Banks is looking to be more than just a human-interest story. He wants to play in the NFL, and the Seattle Seahawks remain a very real option.
Terrell Owens, Chad Ochocinco work out in Miami - NFL.com
What do you do when you're a prominent wide receiver who suddenly finds yourself unemployed? In the case of Chad Ochocinco, you join forces with the most famous unemployed wide receiver in America
New CBA makes skipping mandatory minicamp much more expensive | ProFootballTalk
Boycotting mandatory offseason workouts isn’t as cheap as it used to be.