4 NFL teams where Robert Griffin III would be a good fit as backup QB - SBNation.com
Griffin’s injury history isn’t the only reason he’s still on the market. Here are four teams where he would be a good fit.
Hue Jackson is the 1st person to say something nice about Brock Osweiler since Brock Osweiler - SBNation.com
Jackson is the first person to say something nice about Osweiler since Osweiler last complimented himself.
The Rams understandably don't sound very enthusiastic about Jared Goff’s future - SBNation.com
New head coach Sean McVay may have damned his incumbent starting QB with the dreaded faint praise.
Dez Bryant says he got stopped for driving 180 mph ... and didn't get a ticket - SBNation.com
Indianapolis 500 winner Takuma Sato was at the Cowboys’ practice, so Bryant bragged about his reckless driving.
These quotes about the Jets' QBs are making us sad - SBNation.com
Josh McCown looks like he’ll win the starting role by default.
You shouldn't care if NFL players miss OTAs, even if they are important - SBNation.com
With only nine weeks of offseason work, every rep counts. However, as retired NFL offensive lineman Geoff Schwartz explains, it’s okay when a player misses that time, too.
Bears keep Connor Shaw despite announcing they would cut him earlier in the day - SBNation.com
After indicating they were releasing Shaw, the Bears were forced to keep him on the roster.
Bucs Beat: Bucs Busy On and Off Field
Team Insider Casey Phillips wraps up a busy day at One Buccaneer Place.
Watch: Bucs Host 5th Annual Cut for a Cure
More than two dozen Buccaneers players, along with members of the team's staff, shaved their heads, their beards and got haircuts on Wednesday to benefit pediatric cancer research.
Bucs Are a Cut Above the Rest for Pediatric Cancer Support
Gerald McCoy, Jameis Winston, Mike Evans and COO Brian Ford Among Bucs To Have Heads Colored Orange or Shaved by Pediatric Cancer Patients; Five-Year Total Surpasses $185,000
Bucs Cut For A Cure Raises $75,000 For Pediatric Cancer Research | Pewter Report
The Bucs players and organization raised $75,000 for pediatric cancer research and on Wednesday several players shaved their heads.
Why the Buccaneers shouldn't give up on kicker Roberto Aguayo just yet | Tampa Bay Times
The backup quarterback is the most popular guy in town.Except in Tampa Bay.
Her challenge helped Bucs raise $75,000 for pediatric cancer | Tampa Bay Times
Kirsten Phillips wasn't sure how she talked herself into it, but Wednesday afternoon, she found herself seated on stage in the main auditorium at One Buc Place, making good on a promise to cut off her long blonde hair if Bucs players helped push the team's total to $75,000 raised for pediatric cancer research.