|Report: Seahawks fined for violating non-contact rules
The Seattle Seahawks have reportedly been fined for violating the NFL's policy on contact during mini-camp.
|Broncos pick up kicker from Giants
The Denver Broncos filled a void at kicker on Tuesday, acquiring Brandon McManus from the New York Giants in exchange for a conditional seventh-round pick in the 2015 draft.
|Sam survives Rams' first cut, Bradford to IR
Michael Sam has cleared another hurdle in his quest to become the first openly gay player to play in an NFL regular- season game, as the rookie defensive end remained on the St. Louis Rams' roster after the team made its initial roster cuts on Tuesday.
|Quinn among Dolphins' cuts
Brady Quinn didn't last long in Miami.
|Extra Points: Patriots are always a step ahead
On paper, the trade between the New England Patriots and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, which sent six-time Pro Bowl guard Logan Mankins to central Florida in exchange for tight end Tim Wright and a fourth-round draft pick, looked like a steal.
|Titans place LB McCarthy on IR
The Tennessee Titans placed linebacker Colin McCarthy on injured reserve among other roster moves on Tuesday.
|Patriots trade Mankins to Bucs
The New England Patriots and Tampa Bay Buccaneers pulled off a stunning trade less than two weeks before the regular- season opener, with the Pats sending six-time Pro Bowl guard Logan Mankins to the Bucs in exchange for tight end Tim Wright.
|Arizona Cardinals 2014 Season Preview
Given the battles the club will go through as it attempts to climb to the top of the hill in the division, it is no surprise that the Cardinals bulked up on both sides of the ball. They added massive offensive tackle Jared Veldheer, a big blocking tight end in rookie Troy Niklas, and two physical defenders in cornerback Antonio Cromartie along with safety and first-round pick Deone Bucannon.
|Raiders put CB Hayden on PUP list
The Oakland Raiders placed cornerback D.J. Hayden on the reserve/physically unable to perform list Tuesday.
|Carolina Panthers 2014 Season Preview
Panthers head coach Ron Rivera was on the hot seat prior to the season and his job status looked bleak after a 22-6 loss at Arizona in Week 5. That's when the Panthers stepped up for their head coach and emerged as a contender in the NFC. Included in the eight-game winning streak were big wins over San Francisco, which got revenge when it counted most, and New England.