New Orleans Saints wrap up visit with free agent defensive tackle Shaun Rogers | NOLA.com
No contract yet, but General Manager Mickey Loomis says it was good visit
PressBox: 2010 Ed Block Courage Award Winner: Heath Evans
The Ed Block Courage Award Foundation will celebrate the 33nd annual Ed Block Courage Awards March 8 at Martin's West. One player from every NFL team will be honored for his commitment to the principles of courage and sportsmanship while serving as an inspiration in the locker rooms and co
Cast your vote for the Pat Tillman Award | ProFootballTalk
The finalists are Steelers safety Troy Polamalu, Packers safety Nick Collins, Ravens safety Ed Reed, Chargers safety Eric Weddle, Saints safety Malcolm Jenkins, and Raiders safety Michael Huff.
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NFL, union hold 1st session with federal mediator
"We're going to participate fully, and we look forward to working with Mr. Cohen," Pash told The Associated Press.
Many questions to tackle regarding a possible NFL lockout | NOLA.com
Draft will make things more interesting
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League finds Lions guilty of tampering with Chiefs | ProFootballTalk
The NFL rarely finds that one of its teams has engaged in tampering. Today, the NFL has found that one of its teams has engaged in tampering. Jason La Canfora of NFL Network reports that the league has nailed the Lions for tampering with Chiefs players.
Rams let go of Atogwe, as expected | ProFootballTalk
We noted last month that Rams safety O.J. Atogwe was due an $8 million roster bonus on February 21, and there was next to no chance the Rams would pay it. The Rams made the final decision a few days before the deadline, dropping Atogwe on Friday according to Jim Thomas of the St.
Report: Outdoor venue possible in Atlanta - NFC South Blog - ESPN
Reportedly, a report will be issued Tuesday that says it is feasible to build an open-air stadium on land near the Georgia Dome. Although the Falcons have looked at possibilities in the suburbs, they have said their preference would be to stay in downtown Atlanta.