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2018 First Round Mock Draft

A  record number of underclassmen opted to make themselves available for the 2018 NFL Draft, boosting what already was a solid class into a historic group with quarterback, running back, linebacker and cornerback getting especially enhanced.   1. CLEVELAND BROWNS: Sam Darnold, QB, USC*: The hiring of John Dorsey as general manager could be just the…

Buffalo Bills fans have strange request for their owner

After years and years of missing out on on the fun, the NFL team is headed to the playoffs. Some thought that this was an unreachable goal heading into this season and for good reason. Why would they think that this could be achieved due to the division that they are in with The New…

Jon Gruden could be considering a comeback to the NFL

One former National Football League head coach could be eyeing a comeback. Jon Gruden would not rule out the possibility of becoming the next New York Giants head coach under one key circumstance, which would be for Eli Manning to remain the starting quarterback for the NFL team. Just when you thought Gruden had separated…

Buffalo Bills fan KO’s himself during tailgate before Dolphins game

Buffalo Bills fans have gotten themselves a reputation in recent years for the craziest set of fans in the entire National Football League. If you were to ever attend a Bills tailgate out in the New Era Field parking lots, you are bound to see all sorts of weird and wonderful things; from ridiculously brightly…

Michael Bennett could receive suspension for absolutely crazy moment

Seattle Seahawks star Michael Bennett may have played the entire game during his team’s loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars this week, but his uncalled for actions during the defeat will put the NFL under immense pressure to suspend him. During the Seahawks’ 30-24 loss to the Jaguars on Sunday at EverBank Field, Bennett got involved…

NFL Owners Just Made Shock Announcement On Players who Kneel during National Anthem

The NFL’s owners meeting taking place Tuesday in Manhattan was supposed to be about standing—or not standing—for the National Anthem. That’s why the sidewalks in front of the NFL’s midtown offices were packed with reporters all morning, and it’s why satellite trucks were parallel parked in front of the Conrad Hotel in Lower Manhattan before…