The Bengals on Thursday announced they have re-signed unrestricted free agent defensive end Wallace Gilberry to a one-year contract. The 6-foot-2, 270-pound Gilberry is a 10th-year player in 2017.
Since drafting the dynamic duo of Andy Dalton and A.J. Green in 2011, the Cincinnati Bengals have yet to play a season opener at home. They'd like that to change in 2017. The Bengals have requested that NFL schedule-makers end the string and provide them a Week 1 home game, team owner Mike Brown said Wednesday.
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If Le’Veon Bell is serious about his “I may sit out the whole year” message via Twitter, he picked a strange day to float that notion. After retiring from football on the last April Fool’s Day, his 4/1/17 tweet was widely regarded as #fakenews.
Cleveland sports fans have questions about the Browns, Cavaliers and Indians. We have answers (sort of). You Said It was created on the premise that the only thing Cleveland sports fans needed more than a championship was a sense of humor.
If you thought your favorite sports franchises were above playing pranks on their fans, guess again. The Baltimore Ravens released what appeared to be a standard press release on Saturday morning, announcing they'd be traveling via boat to their Week Two game in London next fall.
Nobody can take a story at face value on April 1, a day when lying is celebrated by all. So just in case any of Tom Brady's Instagram followers somehow forgot Super Bowl LI's final outcome, the New England Patriots rallied from down 28-3 to defeat the Atlanta Falcons.
The Patriots’ most recent Super Bowl spoil was involved in a collision Friday evening when a car that was transporting it for a public appearance in Maine struck a deer, a team spokesman confirmed to the Associated Press. The spokesman reportedly characterized the driver as “unhurt” and the trophy “unscathed.”
It's important to state the obvious: A lot can and will change between now and next Feb. 4, when two NFL teams to be determined will meet in Super Bowl LII. But Las Vegas sportsbooks have already released odds for who might win that game, and the gap between the heart of free agency and the draft gives us a chance to put together an updated, just-for-kicks alternative.
T.J. McDonald spent the first four years of his career with the Los Angeles Rams, but he decided to move on Friday when he signed a one-year deal at the minimum salary with the Miami Dolphins, the team announced. He'll have to serve an eight-game suspension for violating the league substance abuse policy before making his Dolphins debut, though.