The 2017 NFL Draft is over and now it is time for the teams to fill up on undrafted free agents. All signings will be documented here. Refresh your browser for the latest updates. The Detroit Lions sign Storm Norton, OL, Toledo The Dallas Cowboys sign Lucas Wacha, LB, Wyoming The Miami Dolphins sign Jamal Carter, S, Miami The Detroit Lions sign Michael Rector, WR, Stanford The Houston Texans sign Eli
Day 1: Here Day 2: Here The draft concludes today as rounds 4-7 are held. This is where we can see some possible draft steals, and we’ll also see Mr. Irrelevant, the last pick in the draft. Let’s begin! Refresh your browser for the latest updates Round 4 108. Green Bay Packers select Vince Biegel, LB, Wisconsin
For anybody that’s been following the 2017 NFL Draft, they’re aware that the Chicago Bears traded up on Thursday night to go to from pick #3, to pick #2, giving the San Francisco 49ers their 1st rounder this year (No. 3 Overall), 3rd rounder this year (No. 67 Overall), 4th Rounder this year (No. 111
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ESPN has ran with this moniker of “The World Wide Leader in Sports” for what seems like, well, forever. One would think that ESPN valued all sports equally, right? Prepare to be amazed. The “World Wide Leader” went on a damn purge Wednesday, firing writers and on screen personalities left and right. The hardest hit
According to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport and Mike Garafolo, Marshawn Lynch intends to join the Oakland Raiders on a one-year deal, pending a physical. While he technically was still under contract with the Seahawks, the two franchises agreed on a late-round 2018 draft pick, in exchange for Lynch’s services. The deal will reportedly be worth
UPDATE (4/25/17, 7:05 AM): Peterson himself has confirmed that he has a two year deal with the Saints. Formerr Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson is closing in on a contract with the New Orleans Saints, according to Ian Rapoport. This contract, which has not yet been finalized, will pay Peterson $3 Million for 2017.
NBA Commissioner Adam Silver recently came out and spoke upon the issue of tanking. Most sports fans are aware of what tanking is, but just in case a few of you out there aren’t aware, tanking is when a team intentionally loses in order to secure a higher draft pick. Silver did an interview with
The NFL Draft is under a week away, and not even the #1 overall pick is clear as of this moment. From betting on potential franchise quarterbacks, all the way to securing the hard-hitting free safeties, this draft is set to be one of the most unpredictable ones to date. With that, here is the