Notebook: Driskel Salutes Murray
Bengals quarterback Jeff Driskel, who went two years and 11 games before he made his first NFL start, is an unabashed admirer of Oklahoma quarterback Kyler Murray. And he didn’t even know Murray played baseball until the A’s made him the ninth pick in the June draft.
Report: Ryan Tannehill could land with Bengals
Things have not gone too swimmingly for Andy Dalton in recent years. Given that Cincinnati can save $16.2 million against the cap by releasing Dalton, that’s magnified further.
Joe Mixon sends cryptic tweet about Bengals letting Frank Pollack go
After hearing that the Bengals will be letting go of OL coach Frank Pollack, Joe Mixon took to Twitter to showcase his frustration.
Brandon Williams replaces Geno Atkins in Pro Bowl
Ravens defensive tackle Brandon Williams will play in his first Pro Bowl. He was announced as a replacement for Bengals defensive tackle Geno Atkins, who will not participate because of an injury.
2019 NFL Mock Draft: Latest Picks After Kyler Murray, Underclassmen Declare
Right when draft analysts, scouts, coaches and general managers had a decent feel for the 2019 draft class, Oklahoma quarterback and Heisman Trophy winner Kyler Murray entered the group. The effect of Murray, a player widely considered to be worthy of a top-10 pick, entering this group turns the draft upside down.
Carson Wentz Named Eagles Starting QB over Nick Foles for 2019 Season
If there was any doubt about who the Philadelphia Eagles would choose as their starting quarterback for the 2019 season, head coach Doug Pederson put it to rest Tuesday, per Jeff McLane of Philly.com
Antonio Brown Has 'Too Much Diva,' Buccaneers HC Bruce Arians Says
"There's too much miscommunication, too much...diva," Arians said. "I've heard so many stories—I like Antonio; he plays as hard as anybody on Sunday, and he practices hard. He's just gotta make better decisions off the field, be on time, do some of those little things."
Big-Name NFL Players Who Could Get Cut This Offseason
Technically, production isn't the bottom line in the NFL. Salary plays a significant factor in roster decisions. Before the calendar year turns in March, front office executives consult with coaches and assess the team's cap space. Did a starter with a lucrative contract underperform? What will he cost to keep around next year?