The Eagles extended running back Darren Sproles by one year, this will keep the veteran back until the end of the 2017 season. Sproles made a statement that the fact that he is one of the oldest players on the team, he feels pretty good to be awarded a contract extension. Sproles has been consecutively
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Veteran running back, Arian Foster, is going to start training camp on the physically unable to perform list (P.U.P). He will join four other teammates on that list. The Dolphins recently signed Foster, who said he was healthy and wanted to prove he is still a quality running back.
According to Greg Auman of the Tampa Bay Times, the Baltimore Ravens brought in Lansanah for a workout on Wednesday, and that the Buffalo Bills also have an interest in the Former Buccaneers linebacker. The Bills had brought Lansanah in for a visit earlier this offseason, but no contract was offered at that time. Lansanah
Devin Hester has been released by the Atlanta Falcons. The Falcons say that he has passed the Physical, that his release was just “A football decision”. Hester missed 11 games last season injury. He has surgery on his injured toe in January. Hester has not participated in any offseason activities with the Falcons, as he was
Running back Doug Martin is looking forward to the 2016 season. Martin received a fat contract, during the offseason, and is ready to prove that he is worth every penny of it. He told Greg Auman of the Tampa Bay Times that he is not going to fumble that much, that he had studied the film
Gerald McCoy has passed the torch on to Jameis Winston. Winston will take on the role as the face of the Buccaneers franchise, per Jenna Laine in her article: Gerald McCoy says Bucs are now Jameis Winston’s team. This comes as no surprise, as last season, we saw the instant impact Jameis had, not only in