The Browns will have their choice of QBs at No. 1 and then see who's there at No. 4; the Colts at No. 6 hope teams in front gobble up other QBs. And a standout running back and pass rusher are also in the mix.
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The Patriots have signed former Bills wide receiver Jordan Matthews, who remains in the AFC East after playing through an injury-marred 2017 season.
Rams GM Les Snead said a flurry of offseason moves won't change his goal of securing long-term deals for Aaron Donald and newly acquired wideout Brandin Cooks, a move that Cooks said at his introductory news conference would be an "extreme blessing."
Sam Darnold switched his flight back from Cleveland so he could be in Los Angeles on Thursday to throw for former USC teammate Ronald Jones II.
Cardinals running back David Johnson will be "full speed" for OTAs and minicamp later this offseason with the fractured wrist he suffered in Week 1 fully healed.
The Denver Broncos signed former Oakland Raiders punter Marquette King to a three-year, $7 million contract.
An ex-Fanatics employee is accused of stealing corporate secrets and using them at a rival.
Texans owner Bob McNair told the Wall Street Journal that he regrets apologizing last year following an uproar directed at his comments that "we can't have inmates running the prison."
The Rams' star defensive tackle is showing how he never rests on his accomplishments, as a video incorporating his martial arts training goes viral.
Antonio Brown doesn't have any plans to give up his crown as the NFL's top receiver, which means there is no offseason from training.
Leary of the QB's injury history, the Cardinals are taking a cautious approach with him during the offseason conditioning program.
William Hill US was the first sportsbook in Nevada to open NFL draft prop bets after receiving approval from the Nevada Gaming Control Board.
Chris Ballard is following a deliberate plan to avoid the quick-fix temptations of free agency that helped get the franchise in the hole they're in.
Lamar Jackson? An Alabama defensive player? Someone from Iowa? There's no telling which way Ravens GM Ozzie Newsome will go in the NFL draft.
Titans ownership had a few priorities but otherwise gave the NFL and Nike freedom to work. And they all went to lengths to keep the effort under wraps.
Set to celebrate their 20th season in Tennessee, the Titans unveiled their new uniforms Wednesday night in front of a raucous crowd in downtown Nashville. The team has branded the uniforms as "tradition evolved."
The Lions are adding quarterback Matt Cassel to back up starter Matthew Stafford, a source confirmed to ESPN.
Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman and his assistant notified police about a threatening Instagram message. In doing so, they aided in stopping a potential school shooter.
We knew Saquon Barkley would test off the charts. But it was surprising that every Nittany Lion who went through the combine jumped off the page.
With little room under the cap but needing veteran backup for Joe Flacco, the Ravens turned to RG III; they could still draft a quarterback, too.
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