Kaepernick determined to showcase skills in strange tryout

Colin Kaepernick has to audition for a job in a workout strangely organized by the NFL while other quarterbacks with lesser talent were given opportunities the past three years

Colin Kaepernick gets pumped for NFL tryout

Former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick, who kneeled in protest during the National Anthem, is trying to get back in the game with NFL tryouts held Saturday. Conway G. Gittens reports.

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Column: A suspension is the least of Garrett’s concerns

Column: Myles Garrett will surely spend the rest of his career _ maybe even the rest of his life _ trying to live down his helmet-swinging assault on Mason Rudolph

Myles Garrett, helmet a ‘weapon,’ banned…

Browns star Myles Garrett suspended for at least rest of season for helmet-swinging outburst

Ex-Browns receiver Antonio Callaway gets 10-game…

Ex-Browns receiver Antonio Callaway suspended 10 games by NFL for another drug violation

Colin Kaepernick gets NFL tryout

Former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick, who kneeled in protest during the National Anthem, is trying to get back in the game with NFL tryouts held Saturday. Conway G. Gittens reports.

Watson-Jackson showcase highlights Texans-Ravens…

Watson-Jackson QB showcase highlights Texans-Ravens matchup of leading AFC contenders

Hamilton scores in OT, ‘Canes hold off Sabres’ late rally

Dougie Hamilton scored in overtime and the Carolina Hurricanes overcame a late blown lead to beat the Buffalo Sabres 5-4

NFL Hits Myles Garrett With Indefinite Ban

NFL Hits Myles Garrett With Indefinite Ban Garrett was ejected from his team's 21-7 win over the Steelers for swinging a helmet at Pittsburgh QB Mason Rudolph. Rudolph, who was hit by the helmet, had no head protection at the time. According to ESPN, Garrett will not receive any pay during his suspension. The ban is the longest ever for an on-field altercation during an NFL game. Garrett, the number one pick in the 2017 Draft, has since expressed remorse for his actions. "I lost my cool and what I did was selfish and unacceptable." - Myles Garrett, via statement "I want to apologize to Mason Rudolph, my teammates, our entire organization, our fans and to the NFL." - Myles Garrett, via statement A source adds to ESPN that Garrett is expected to file an appeal against the suspension.

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He’s cooking: Vikings RB’s recipe is s…

Cooking up success: Vikings RB Dalvin Cook leads NFL in rushing with blend of speed, strength, vision

Contract approved to start $450 million Superdome…

The state board that oversees Louisiana’s Superdome has approved a contract for the first phase of a $450 million renovation of the 44-year-old stadium

US military academy athletes can now delay…

Defense Secretary Mark Esper has issued new guidelines that will allow athletes attending the nation's military academies to seek waivers to play professional sports immediately upon their graduation

Rams aren’t flying high on offense anymore

The Los Angeles Rams' high-flying offense hasn't recovered from its Super Bowl crash

NFL and Social Media React to Myles Garrett…

NFL and Social Media React to Myles Garrett Incident. Browns defensive end Myles Garrett was ejected in the final seconds of Thursday night's game. after ripping off the helmet of Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph and hitting him over the head with it. Cleveland defensive tackle Larry Ogunjobi and Pittsburgh center Maurkice Pouncey were also ejected. Heavy fines and suspensions are expected to be handed out by the league. Several NFL analysts, current and former players reacted to the brawl on social media. "In all my life of football that might have been the craziest thing I have seen on a football field!" Reggie Bush, via Twitter. "That. Is. Insanity. Wow." J.J. Watt, via Twitter. "Bro i can’t even believe that just happen." Patrick Mahomes II, via Twitter. "Suspend him for the rest of the season." Louis Riddick, via Twitter. "He’s done for year" Dez Bryant, via Twitter

Jets' Johnson: Gase's job safe, will remain coach…

Jets chairman/CEO Christopher Johnson says Adam Gase's job is safe, will remain coach next season despite team's struggles this year

Column: Kaepernick’s tryout sounds more like a setup

Column: The NFL says it’s giving Colin Kaepernick a chance to get back in the league, but their rushed offer sounds more like a setup

Football brings some peace to Sioux family after…

For two brothers on a South Dakota high school football team, winning a title this year brought a moment of peace following the suicide of their older brother

Ravens’ Jackson masters art of winning while…

Surging Ravens flourish behind Jackson, who combines winning football with having fun

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The Update On Colin Kaepernick And The NFL

Here's the report.

Atlanta Falcons owner to donate $6.8M for international aid

The billionaire owner of the Atlanta Falcons is making his first major drive into international philanthropy

Colin Kaepernick's NFL Workout

Here's the report.