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Darius Leonard 'fell out of love' with football in 2021, spent time improving mental health in offseason
Colts linebacker Darius Leonard revealed he was fighting a significant mental health battle while also attempting to play through the pain of a nagging ankle injury, hindering his performance and negatively affecting his mental state in a profound manner.
Cap-strapped Giants expected to part ways with James Bradberry by 'end of the week'
Could the Giants' run with James Bradberry be in its final days? New York GM Joe Schoen told reporters this week that a resolution with the veteran CB could happen by the end of the week.
Linebacker K.J. Wright hopeful of Seahawks reunion: 'Seattle knows that I want to come back'
Former Seahawks Pro Bowler K.J. Wright has made it know he wants to return to Seattle, where he played for 10 seasons before joining the Raiders in 2021.
Veteran OLB Kyle Van Noy signs deal with Los Angeles Chargers
Van Noy is the latest defensive addition for the Chargers, who have beefed up that unit this offseason, trading for edge rusher Khalil Mack and also signing cornerback J.C. Jackson and defensive tackle Sebastian Joseph-Day in free agency.
Coach Pete Carroll says he doesn’t see Seattle Seahawks trading for a QB before start of 2022 season
Seattle Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said Thursday that he doesn’t “at all” envision the team trading for a quarterback.