With big names such as Tom Brady, Philip Rivers and Stefon Diggs learning new schemes with new teams, canceled workouts could be felt in the fall.
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The Eagles and some other NFL teams have informed season-ticket holders that the next installment for 2020 tickets have been postponed to a later, undetermined date.
The Nationals' spring facility in West Palm Beach, Florida, is the latest sports venue to be repurposed into a coronavirus testing site.
The Chiefs are still on top, while the additions of DeAndre Hopkins and Tom Brady have their new teams on the rise.
Ryan Tannehill's breakout paid off -- big time. The 49ers broke their own rule in re-signing Arik Armstead. These are the details you should know.
Joe Montana in Kansas City? Kurt Warner as a Giant? It all happened, and a bunch more signal-callers had odd odysseys, too.
Dak Prescott is set for a big future payday, the Browns attacked areas of need and the Patriots are left in a post-Brady world. Here are the highs and lows of free agency.
The Dolphins added two more former Patriots players Wednesday, agreeing to deals with center Ted Karras and versatile linebacker Elandon Roberts, sources told ESPN.
The Miami Dolphins have reached agreement with former Eagles running back Jordan Howard, a source told ESPN.
Emmanuel Ogbah is the latest free agent to join the Dolphins, who agreed with the defensive end on a two-year, $15 million deal.
Dan Graziano talks about Ryan Tannehill's new deal and the latest regarding the Dallas Cowboys. Plus, Seth Greenberg on the state of the NCAA and Iona's hiring of Rick Pitino.
(Note: we published our show today before Tom Brady announced he's leaving the Patriots. More to come on that!)NFL free agency has kicked off with a bang, with the biggest deal so far sending Texans WR DeAndre Hopkins to the Cardinals in return for RB David Johnson. Teams across the league have been using franchise tags on players, signing free agents and conducting trades throughout the past few days, getting even more attention than usual as most sports are suspended. ESPN's Bill Barnwell tracks the most dramatic storylines.
The Miami Dolphins and linebacker Kyle Van Noy have agreed on a four-year, $51 million deal, a source told ESPN's Adam Schefter.