Packers reportedly interested in Adrian Peterson

Adrian Peterson hasn’t received much interest around the league since free agency kicked off, but one team could be looking at him with interest. “The Green Bay Packers have some interest in a visit with Peterson, but it’s believed that might not happen until after the team can take stock of its roster following the […]

Looks like Kirk Cousins is stuck in D.C.

After much smoke that Kirk Cousins might play for another team besides Washington in 2017, it appears there is absolutely no fire to this story. (Btw, asked Schefter who Cousins will play for in 2017. "The Washington Redskins," he said, "and I don’t even hesitate when I say that.") — Dan Steinberg (@dcsportsbog) March 21, […]

Jets sign Josh McCown, solve none of their problems

The New York Jets signed quarterback Josh McCown to a one-year contract on Monday, news passed along first by his agent, Mike McCartney. According to Albert Breer of The MMQB, the deal includes $6 million guaranteed and has incentives that could make it far richer. Josh McCown's 1-year deal with Jets is worth $6 million fully […]

Baylor Lady Bears Beat Texas Southern 119-30

The Baylor Lady Bears opened the women’ NCAA Tournament with an overwhelming record-setting performance. It also helped that Baylor, with three post players at least 6-foot-4, were much bigger than NCAA first-timer Texas Southern. Beatrice Mompremier had 22 points with 11 rebounds, Kalani Brown scored 21 points and freshman post Lauren Cox had 17 as […]

Chargers Not Ruling Out Drafting QB Early

Spilling a draft strategy early sometimes can be beneficial or it can backfire. But at this point, the Los Angeles Chargers really do not have much to lose after a poor five-win 2016 season. This year’s plan to prepare for the future of the franchise could involve the Chargers selecting a quarterback with pick No. […]

Xavier Upsets Maryland In First Round

Trevon Bluiett scored 21 points and Sean O’Mara had 18 to help No. 11 seed Xavier upset sixth-seeded Maryland 76-65 during the first round of the NCAA Tournament on Thursday night. The Musketeers move on in the West region, marking the third straight year they have advanced to the second round. Maryland, which has started […]

Percy Harvin Retiring Again. This Time For Real.

Percy Harvin has decided to call it quits at the age of 28, according to ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler. And this time it’s for real. A rep for Percy Harvin told me he’s not participating in free agency – plans to retire, for real this time. “He’s done (playing).” — Jeremy Fowler (@JFowlerESPN) March 14, 2017 […]

DeMarcus Ware Announces His Retirement From NFL

Former Troy Trojan DeMarcus Ware tweeted an announcement Monday afternoon proclaiming “It’s time…” Ware will retire from the NFL after 12 seasons and a Broncos Super Bowl ring. Ware was recruited out of Auburn High School by the Trojans. He would finish his Troy career as the program’s all-time leader in tackles-for-loss with 55.5 and was […]

South Carolina Tournament Appearance, First Since 2004

South Carolina earned a No. 7 seed in its ninth berth to the NCAA Tournament and will face 10th-seeded Marquette in the First Round in Greenville, S.C. on Friday, March 17. The Gamecocks will be playing in the East Regional and with a victory, would face the winner of second-seeded Duke vs. 15th-seeded Troy on […]

Raiders QB Derek Carr Happy Team Isn’t Chasing Free Agents

Coming off their double-digit winning season in more than a decade, the Oakland Raiders are in unfamiliar territory this offseason, in that they aren’t desperate chasing free agents to help piece together something that may or may not pass as a football team come fall.  According to Pro Bowl quarterback Derek Carr, this is a […]