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The Arizona Cardinals signed defensive back Tyrann Mathieu to a four-year contract on Thursday.
The NFL draft is history. Organized team activities are under way. Minicamps will follow next month, and training camps will open a month after that.
Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III is still recovering from knee surgery and said Thursday his goal is to be ready for training camp in July.
The New York Giants re-signed wide receiver Ramses Barden on Thursday.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers signed their second- round pick, cornerback Johnthan Banks to a four-year contract on Thursday.
Robert Griffin III's rehab started with a "cry festival." Then came a special new passcode for his cellphone and a chance to hash things out with coach Mike Shanahan.
The Pittsburgh Steelers have signed third- round pick, wide receiver Markus Wheaton to a four-year deal. Financial terms were not disclosed.
The Cincinnati Bengals agreed to terms with running back and second-round draft choice Giovani Bernard on Thursday.
New York Giants fullback Henry Hynoski will undergo surgery on Friday to repair an injured medial collateral ligament and a chip fracture to the lateral plateau in his left knee.
The Carolina Panthers have signed defensive tackle Star Lotulelei, the club's first-round pick in the 2013 NFL Draft.
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The New England Patriots have claimed offensive tackle Kevin Haslam off waivers from the San Diego Chargers.
Typical of how a giddy little brother of a probable Hall of Fame middle linebacker would react, Casey Urlacher couldn't stop gushing over Brian Urlacher's endless accomplishments in 13 NFL seasons.
Like he did to so many NFL running backs in 13 years, Brian Urlacher hit Chicago hard Wednesday morning.
Whenever Brian Urlacher does something to confirm he hates attention as much as he loves football - grunt through a news conference, breeze by adoring fans, retire via Twitter - my mind goes back to 2003 in a corner of the Bears locker room.
Brian Urlacher, former Chicago Bears All-Pro linebacker, announced his retirement from the NFL via Twitter on Wednesday, three days shy of his 35th birthday.
Before Pete Carroll can "Win Forever" with the Seahawks he has to worry about winning now.
Charles Woodson has no intention of being an aging mentor playing out his golden years in silver and black.
Jimmy Haslam, whose purchase of the Browns was unanimously approved in October, apologized to fellow NFL owners for the negative attention an ongoing federal investigation targeting his family business, Pilot Flying J, has brought upon the league, Jarrett Bell of USA Today reported.
Coach Jim Harbaugh confirmed that 49ers No. 1 wide receiver Michael Crabtree suffered a torn right Achilles tendon and that Crabtree underwent surgery Wednesday morning.
The title of the session was "View From the Top." It was not lost on any of the four panelists - Ruben Amaro Jr., Peter Luukko, Howie Roseman, and Adam Aron - that their franchises have been enjoying the view from less-lofty vantage points lately.
Jeremy Maclin was recently asked about Chip Kelly's offense and which skill-position players would thrive in it. The Eagles wide receiver did not mention obvious names such as DeSean Jackson, LeSean McCoy, or even himself.
The San Francisco 49ers suddenly have a huge void in their receiving corps as they chase another Super Bowl berth: Michael Crabtree is sidelined after surgery on his right Achilles tendon.
The Cincinnati Bengals have officially signed one of their two second-round draft selections in Margus Hunt.
At first glance Roger Goodell's latest proclamation was one of those politically correct empty statements that could make embattled White House press secretary Jay Carney blush.