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Jets wide receiver Anderson receives probation for reckless driving

New York Jets receiver Robby Anderson received six months probation after pleading no contest to a misdemeanor reckless driving charge in South Florida, multiple outlets reported Thursday. More »


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CFL coach Jones: Manziel should be in NFL

Despite not utilizing Johnny Manziel in his team's season opener last week, Hamilton Tiger-Cats coach June Jones believes the former first-round pick by the Cleveland Browns should be playing for a team in the NFL. More »


Longtime NFL referee McAulay retires

Longtime NFL referee Terry McAulay announced his retirement Thursday. More »


Report: Buccaneers quarterback Winston expects suspension

Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Jameis Winston expects to be suspended for a violation of the personal conduct policy at the conclusion of the ongoing NFL investigation into an alleged incident with an Uber driver in 2016. More »


NFL notebook: Whaley lands gig with NFLPA

Doug Whaley, who was out of football for the past year after a stint as the Buffalo Bills' general manager, was hired Wednesday as the NFL Players Association's director of college scouting. More »


NFL to hold Pro Bowl in Orlando for third straight year

The NFL announced this week that it will hold the Pro Bowl in Orlando for a third straight season. More »


Colts' Vinatieri has no plans to quit kicking

Indianapolis Colts kicker Adam Vinatieri has 559 career field goals and needs just seven more to become the NFL's career leader, but if he has his way, he'll be around long enough to put a lot of distance between his mark and Morten Andersen's 565. More »


NFL notebook: Vikings to honor late coach Green

Late Minnesota Vikings coach Dennis Green, who died of a heart attack at age 67 in July of 2016, will be inducted into the team's ring of honor in September. More »


Roethlisberger: Focused on winning, not contract

As other signal-callers around the league take turns signing record-setting extensions, Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger said he is far more concerned with winning than being next in line to break the bank. More »


Manziel stays on sideline as CFL's Tiger-Cats open season

When the Hamilton Tiger-Cats of the Canadian Football League signed 2012 Heisman Trophy winner and NFL bust Johnny Manziel, it came with no promise of playing time. More »


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