One of the biggest disappointments in the Baltimore Ravens 2013 draft class is safety Matt Elam. Coming out of the University of Florida, the Ravens had very high expectations for Elam. But after dealing with injuries throughout his time there, the Ravens decided to decline his fifth year option for 2017.
Since the start of the offseason, the Kansas City Chiefs have been trying to strike a deal with safety Eric Berry. The Chiefs have already placed the franchise tag on Berry, so he has been absent all offseason.
Going into the 2016 season, the Atlanta Falcons hope to rebound from what was a very disappointing 2015 campaign. While the Falcons hope that their defense will be improved, many expect the offense to once again carry this team.
There has been plenty speculation on whether or not Toronto Raptors guard DeMar DeRozan would become a free agent this summer. Many believe that the hometown Los Angeles Lakers are the favorite to land DeRozan, but they might have others in mind.
The fallout of the sexual assault and domestic violence scandal that the Baylor Bears are going through is still ongoing. As more details started to come out, we all thought that head coach Art Briles was suspended with the intent on being fired.
Anytime I hear comments from disgraced former NBA referee Tim Donaghy, I automatically dismiss it. But some comments he made after the NBA decided to suspend Golden State Warriors forward Draymond Green for Game 5 got my attention.
With the NBA Draft almost a week away, we can expect to hear a lot of rumors leading up to the event. One team that many expect to be heavily involved in those rumors will be the Boston Celtics.
Baltimore Ravens fans got some terrible news regarding one of the former fist round picks. Wide receiver Breshad Perriman, who was having a pretty good offseason partially tore his ACL last week.
The New York Jets have been negotiating all offseason with two of their best players. While most of the attention has been on quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick, defensive end Muhammad Wilkerson might be the most important.
On Monday, the Philadelphia Eagles defensive tackle Fletcher Cox raised the bar with his 6 year, $103 million contract extension. The Eagles also guaranteed $63 million of that contract as well, which just made things a lot harder for the Carolina Panthers.