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Chad Johnson wants his money back after NFL relaxes rule on custom cleats

Chad Johnson wants his money back after NFL relaxes rule on custom cleats
Written by Joe Johnson on 2017-08-16


CINCINNATI -- With the NFL preparing to relax its stance on custom cleats, former Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Chad Johnson has a request.Can he get his money back?"Now they can wear customized cleats, can I get my fine money back from 2001-2012," Johnson tweeted Tuesday.Now they can wear customized cleats, can I get my fine money back from 2001-2012 pic.twitter.com/9fqkr28d9l— Chad Johnson...(Read More)

Martavis Bryant, Steelers to

Martavis Bryant, Steelers to 'put our foot on the gas' in camp
Written by Joe Johnson on 2017-08-13


The Pittsburgh Steelers made their preseason debut with a 20-12 road win over the New York Giants on Friday night, but the return of wide receiver Martavis Bryant might be just as anticipated.Bryant, reinstated for preseason work Wednesday, sat out of the game as expected. But he participated in Thursday's closed practice session, and he'll be flying down the sideline during Sunday's open practice...(Read More)

Devonta Freeman

Devonta Freeman's deal has little impact on Le'Veon Bell's future money
Written by Joe Johnson on 2017-08-10


LATROBE, Pa. -- Devonta Freeman's five-year, $41.25 million extension with the Atlanta Falcons doesn't reset the running back market as much as it replants it.Running backs have been stuck at about $8 million per year for a few seasons now. And so is Freeman, who is a terrific player but was never getting double-digit millions annually, as he wanted. The Falcons came low, Freeman went high, the sweet...(Read More)

How a scary rodeo incident turned the Vigil brothers into NFL linebackers

How a scary rodeo incident turned the Vigil brothers into NFL linebackers
Written by Joe Johnson on 2017-08-07


Cincinnati Bengals linebacker Nick Vigil was just 10 years old when his parents handed down a verdict to him and his older brother, Zach: Their days of riding bulls were over.The Vigil brothers, now both in the NFL, grew up on the rodeo circuit in Utah “mutton busting,” or riding sheep, before graduating to bulls. But one day, Zach suffered a potentially scary injury when he was thrown...(Read More)

Bengals

Bengals' Joe Mixon OK after leaving practice with foot injury
Written by Joe Johnson on 2017-08-04


CINCINNATI -- Cincinnati Bengals rookie running back Joe Mixon should be fine after leaving Thursday's practice early, ESPN's Adam Schefter reports.Schefter said Mixon was "kicked in the heel" and the injury is not believed to be serious.Mixon was limping after a play early in practice but stayed in for another play. He later went to the sideline and took his pads off, then sat in a cart with ice...(Read More)

Ravens

Ravens' leaders: Colin Kaepernick would be accepted in their locker room
Written by Joe Johnson on 2017-08-01


BALTIMORE -- Baltimore Ravens officials acknowledged that they have received differing opinions when talking to former players, fans and sponsors about the possible addition of free-agent quarterback Colin Kaepernick.But the Ravens indicated Sunday that Kaepernick would be accepted in their locker room.Kaepernick drew national attention last season when he knelt during the national anthem before...(Read More)

John Harbaugh jokes that Ravens banned construction workers from Pittsburgh

John Harbaugh jokes that Ravens banned construction workers from Pittsburgh
Written by Joe Johnson on 2017-07-29


OWINGS MILLS, Md. -- The Baltimore Ravens' training camp has been closed to the public because of a $45 million construction project at the team's Under Armour Performance Center.The only people who can see camp this year are team officials, reporters and the construction workers who've been hired to build a two-story expansion that overlooks the practice fields.Ravens coach John Harbaugh joked that...(Read More)

Kenneth Dixon

Kenneth Dixon's biggest challenge is proving he can stay on the field
Written by Joe Johnson on 2017-07-26


OWINGS MILLS, Md. -- Baltimore Ravens coach John Harbaugh said this offseason that he believes Kenneth Dixon is "going to be a really good back in this league."That is, if Dixon can remain on the field.Dixon's knee surgery on Tuesday is the latest reminder that he has a ways to go before the Ravens can count on him being a featured running back. Since being drafted in the fourth round 15 months ago,...(Read More)

History shows second-round QBs like DeShone Kizer have uphill climb

History shows second-round QBs like DeShone Kizer have uphill climb
Written by Joe Johnson on 2017-07-22


BEREA, Ohio -- The Cleveland Browns will go slow with rookie quarterback DeShone Kizer.Recent experience with second-round quarterbacks shows that the success rate is not high. Those who have it (and who have an open spot at the position) have started immediately. Two have succeeded.But the bulk of the second-rounders have not.From 2007-16, 14 quarterbacks were taken in the second round of the draft.Two...(Read More)





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