Nick Foles and Le'Veon Bell are possibilities to receive their team's franchise or transition tag as the NFL's offseason kicks off in earnest Tuesday.

The San Diego Fleet beat the Atlanta Legends, but it was hard to tell on TV.

The former Heisman-winning Florida quarterback is all about spring training.

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The Redskins aren’t expected to use the franchise tag. It wouldn’t make sense anyway.

The Redskins went into the last three offseasons with a debate swirling over whether they would use the tag on Kirk Cousins. This winter, they have no free agents significant enough to tag and little cap room to do it anyway.

Quarterback is far from the only offseason need for the cash-strapped Redskins

Washington also needs help at wide receiver, safety, outside linebacker, and even on the line, where injuries have hampered the offense.

Redskins have salary cap decisions to make, starting at quarterback

Washington needs to improve a roster that was 7-9 last season, but may have to do so without starter Alex Smith, who is recovering from a broken leg.

Mark Geragos predicted the Panthers and Patriots as two teams that could sign the out-of-work quarterback.

Brown began this week requesting a trade and ended it telling Twitter users he’d answer 10 of their questions, offering “real truth and real facts now.”

“It’s important to stick up for what you believe in. I stand with Kaep. I kneel with Kaep,” the 15-time all-star said Saturday.

Kaepernick, who has not played in the NFL since 2016, and Reid, a safety for the Carolina Panthers, were among players who refused to stand for the national anthem to protest racial inequality and police treatment of African Americans.

The former 49ers quarterback, who is suing NFL owners for allegedly colluding to keep him out of their league, has not commented publicly on the report.

“I’ll just say I have not given it any thought,” the NBA commissioner said, in a non-denial of an ESPN report.

Prime Time Sports in Colorado Springs has a shrine to the military and no Nike products, but it's going out of business.

In reportedly sending a fourth-round pick to the Ravens for the veteran quarterback, Denver got a player who many thought didn't represent much of an upgrade at that position.

  • Perspective

The wide receiver is easily a top-10 NFL talent. But as his issues off the field mount and his behavior in the locker room gets worse, you must wonder if he has the football character remaining to uplift a new team.

Baltimore will get a mid-round draft pick for the former Super Bowl MVP as John Elway takes another swing at fixing the position.

The proposal had been submitted by the Assembly’s black caucus members and now goes to the Senate without the Milwaukee native’s name.

Kliff Kingsbury, hired by Arizona in January, had said of Murray in October, "I'd take him with the first pick of the draft if I could."

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