Rookie Jared Goff becomes the Rams’ 3rd quarterback

How large is the gap between Jared Goff and Case Keenum? Obviously a lot. According to a recent news reporter, Goff, the third quarterback of Los Angeles Rams, ranked not only behind Keenum but also behind Sean Mannion, what’s more, Mannion’s training performance was also far more than Goff’s. But the team’s coaching staff still give Goff for the high evaluation, expecting him to become…

Broncos’ DeMarcus Ware to return to practice

Attention, Denver Broncos: Helper is coming. The competition among Broncos offensive group starting quarterback is still intense with no end in sight, however, one of the league’s best pass rushers will return to the training field to help the defense group. According to local media reports in Denver, DeMarcus Ware practice this week. He has not participated in team training since the team won the…

New Orleans Saints signs veteran cornerback Cortland Finnegan

The former Carolina Panthers cornerback Cortland Finnegan, who first participated in the Super Bowl last season, has decided to play for the Panthers rival in the new season. NFL Inside media Ian Rapoport reported the 32-year-old cornerback signed with New Orleans Saints after his visit to the Saints on Friday. Finnegan joined the Saints in mid-season, ending his eight-month short-term retirement. The cornerback has ever…

Atlanta Falcons sign the veteran Lance Moore

Wide receiver Lance Moore return to the South of NFC. After playing for the Pittsburgh Steelers and Detroit Lions respectively, Moore joined the Atlanta Falcons. According to the report earlier this week, Moore also trialed for San Diego Chargers. Moore won a Super Bowl in the effectiveness of eight years, and during his time in the New Orleans Saints as the team’s No.2 and No.3…

Cardinals compelete renewal with Safety Tyrann Mathieu

Safety Tyrann Mathieu, the former controversial NFL rookie, has become the cornerstone of the Arizona Cardinals now. Arizona Cardinals have decided to re-sign the league’s most comprehensive defensive player with a five-year contract worth $6250 million, including $4000 million in guarantee and a more than $1200 million annual salary. It provides the key that Cardinals still give Mathieu the highest league safety’s salary, even though…

Broncos move Phil Taylor to injured reserve, sign Billy Winn

In the things-change department, Denver Broncos defensive lineman Phil Taylor went from “fine” to injured reserve in the span of just over 24 hours. The Broncos placed Taylor on injured reserve Sunday with a left knee injury and signed Billy Winn. Winn played 12 games for the Indianapolis Colts last season. Taylor, a former Cleveland Browns first-round pick who was signed to a one-year deal…

Stephon Gilmore plays out the final season of his contract

Quarterback Tyrod Taylor isn’t the only Bills star players who will enter the free agent market in 2017. According to the reports by the NFL reporter that the outstanding cornerback Stephon Gilmore will play out the final season of his rookie contract. Gilmore took part in the team compulsory mini camp in June after his absence of team organization training at the end of May.…

Ravens had six players on injured reserve

Baltimore Ravens still plague by the injuries of players since they have just had a season, with many players’ injured absence. Ravens announced last Saturday that they had six players on the reserve of injury, including outside linebacker Terrell Suggs and Elvis Dumervil, wide receiver Steve Smith Sr. and Breshad Perriman, running back Trent Richardson, and cornerback Jumal Rolle. It’s not a surprise. Suggs and…

Jets sign Muhammad Wilkerson with a new 5-year deal

The New York Jets re-signed defensive lineman Muhammad Wilkerson with a five-year deal, including $37 million guaranteed. Wilkerson is set to make $54 million over the first three years. Wilkerson’s new contract worth $17.2 million per year, which makes him become the third highest average defensive player in the NFL. Wilkerson, 26 years old, had 12 sacks and first got Pro Bowl in the last…

Anderson: Denver’s offense to be more run-heavy

Whoever becomes the starting quarterback of the Denver Broncos, Broncos don’t plan to ask the quarterback to save the world. After attending the offseason training camp, running back C.J. Anderson made it clear that Broncos would include a newfound emphasis without Peyton Manning. “I don’t think there’s a question what coach (Gary Kubiak) wants to do,” Anderson said recently, per ESPN.com’s Jeff Legwold. “All you…