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  • CBSSports.comNFL players shocked at how much money the NBA is throwing around right nowCBSSports.comThis is the slowest portion of the NFL calendar, and barring the latest Johnny Manziel update or the random player arrest, there's little to report until training camps open later this month. The NBA is a different story, however. Less than two weeks ...and more »

  • Thomas Davis on Short: He's valuable to our teamNFL.comShort's 2015 sack total was the most by a defensive tackle in Panthers history and tied for the most among NFL defensive tackles last year. Around The NFL ranked Carolina's defensive line as the fifth best in the NFL and the fourth-year player in a ...and more »

  • ESPNSix players eligible for selection in 2016 NFL Supplemental DraftNFL.comTeams that select a player in the supplemental draft lose a draft choice in the corresponding round of the next year's NFL draft. Last year, the Rams selected Clemson OL Isaiah Battle in the fifth round of the supplemental draft, and Battle was the ...Former Purdue DL Ra'Zahn Howard headlines group of 6 players eligible for supplemental draftESPNFormer Rebel Tee Shepard heading for NFL's supplemental draftJackson Clarion LedgerSix players eligible for NFL Supplemental Draft247Sports (subscription)all 11 news articles »

  • NFL.comEnd Around: Andrew Luck is the best bargain in sportsNFL.comCongrats to Andrew Luck, who can finally act on his lifelong dream of dotting his neck beard with flecks of gold after signing the richest deal in NFL history this week. The new deal with the Colts spans six years and is valued at $140 million. Not bad ...NFL teams need to stop overpaying quarterbacksFOXSports.comall 38 news articles »

  • New York Daily NewsAs NBA players get rich, NFL players can only watch — and whineNew York Daily NewsAnd that meant it was also the opening of several hours of whining from filthy-rich NFL players, who, quite sadly, aren't as filthy-rich as their NBA counterparts. It's a rite of passage every summer, thanks to the exorbitant salaries drawn by NBA ...NFL Players Can't Believe How Much Money NBA Teams Are Paying Free AgentsComplexNFL players post strong reactions to NBA players' new contractsESPNall 8 news articles »

  • Washington PostFormer players' painkillers lawsuit against NFL teams to proceedESPNSAN FRANCISCO -- More than 1,500 former players claiming that NFL teams and their training staffs dispensed powerful drugs while misleading them about the health risks will get their day in court. Federal judge William Alsup of the Northern District of ...Judge allows former NFL players' suit over drug use to proceedWashington Postall 4 news articles »

  • MarketWatchNFL took in $13 billion in revenue last season — see how it stacks up against other pro sports leaguesMarketWatchA study of how much money various professional sports leagues bring in by, a cost information website, shows that the NFL made $13 billion in revenue last season. The league with the next highest revenue figure was Major League Baseball, ...NFL cuts Roger Goodell's pay againCNNMoneyRoger Goodell Was Paid $32 Million By The NFL In 2015, Per RecordsDeadspinNFL commissioner Roger Goodell's 2015 salary was a little over $31 million for 2015Chicago TribuneCBSSports.comall 49 news articles »

  • New York PostCris Carter's son just buried any NFL chance he had leftNew York PostThe son of NFL Hall of Famer Cris Carter, Duron has bounced between failed NFL attempts and the CFL's Montreal Alouettes, and did not help answer questions about his attitude with his actions Thursday night. Carter, who was cut by the Colts after ...and more »

  • Four irresponsible July predictionsNFL.comWe're still months away from football games that matter, but it's never too early to put your reputation on the line. Mired in the NFL's silent period, we're shaking things up with four comprehensively irresponsible predictions. Read: Onion hangers.

  • NFL.comFlorida's Jarrad Davis leads top CFB LBs to watch in 2016NFL.comEditor's note: NFL Media analyst Lance Zierlein is taking a position-by-position look at the top players to watch in college football, concluding today with linebackers. The 2016 season is shaping up as a strong one at the linebacker position. The SEC ...and more »

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