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Former Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Mike Wallace has agreed to a one-year contract with the Philadelphia Eagles, the team announced Thursday.
Bills receiver Zay Jones won't face criminal charges for a naked, bloody incident, of which video surfaced earlier this week.
The Packers are bringing in veteran cornerback Tramon Williams, a source confirmed to ESPN, although it's unclear whether a deal has been finalized. Williams previously played eight seasons in Green Bay.
The Patriots have agreed to terms with offensive tackle LaAdrian Waddle, a source told ESPN.
Eric Reid, who said last week that his protesting during the national anthem is why he remains a free agent, says he intends to "take a different approach" to his activism and doesn't plan to protest in the upcoming season.
A proposal that would dramatically alter the NFL's pass interference rules gained momentum this week during competition committee meetings, according to league executive vice president Troy Vincent.
Free-agent safety Eric Reid remains on the open market because he has been outspoken when it comes to his activism, Patriots defensive back Devin McCourty says.
The Giants parted ways with wide receiver Dwayne Harris after a foot injury that required surgery ended his 2017 season in Week 5.
Johnny Manziel threw to receivers at the University of San Diego's pro day on Thursday. Thirteen NFL teams had scouts in attendance.
Tony Romo fell apart on the back nine and made his PGA Tour debut with a 5-over 77 in the Corales Puntacana Resort and Club Championship.
Running back Frank Gore, who ranks fifth on the all-time rushing list with 14,026 yards, is signing a one-year deal with the Dolphins, a source confirmed to ESPN.
The Bucs' low-rated pass-rush got the upgrade it needed with Jason Pierre-Paul on board, enabling the team to focus on other needs.
The move to send Jason Pierre-Paul to the Buccaneers signals new GM Dave Gettleman's intention to remake the Giants' roster over the next two years.
Vikings GM Rick Spielman discusses how he managed the organized chaos of free agency and landed franchise-altering signings.
The Giants got draft picks for the pass-rusher. Plus: Tyrann Mathieu to the Texans. Dontari Poe to the Panthers. And Kirk Cousins to the Vikings. Bill Barnwell evaluates every big move of the offseason.
As the league's best defensive free agent ponders his 2018 plans, we've created a pro/con list for Suh to consider when sorting through his options.
The Browns brought the house Wednesday when Darnold worked out at USC, and nothing they saw diminished the quarterback's case to be picked No. 1 overall.
Teams in need of a franchise quarterback highlight the top of the NFL draft. But does that mean a QB will be taken with the first three picks?
Ndamukong Suh already has been the game's highest-paid defensive player. The Rams hope that now Suh is simply looking for a team where he can win.
The former Seahawks CB shared his thoughts on indignation over his decision to sign with a rival along with his sacrifices and triumphs in Seattle.
Most of the contenders in the AFC are better through free agency this offseason, but none made the type of high-impact moves like the Jaguars.
Now that the smoke has cleared, the Redskins have a QB at a price they like and the Vikings have what they hope is the missing piece to a championship.
Did the Vikings overvalue Sheldon Richardson? Our NFL Insiders weigh in on which signings have been the most perplexing, plus the best overall deals and most improved teams.
Kirk Cousins set a new benchmark for quarterbacks, but Aaron Rodgers is primed to raise the bar even higher. Bill Barnwell breaks down the biggest contract numbers by position and forecasts who is in line for bigger paydays.
Tom Brady went from sixth-rounder to Patriots legend, but as ESPN's Seth Wickersham found out, don't try tying his incredible rise to the notion of luck.
Peyton Manning is the only starting QB to win Super Bowls for two teams. Author Richard Ford reflects on the funny, aggressive yet curiously normal No. 18.
Seattle must decide whether to pay its star safety, sit tight and possibly endure an ugly holdout, or part with another key piece of its defense.