By hiring Ron Rivera on Dec. 31, Washington got a head start on its evaluation of the roster. That led to Friday’s roster moves, with the team cutting receiver Paul Richardson, cornerback Jos…
by: Keith Cummings — The Runner Sports 16 Feb
A sought after commodity amid a myriad of vacancies, Ron Rivera opted to take a gamble on turning the dysfunctional Washington Redskins around.
by: Justin DiLoro — USA Today: Bills Wire 16 Feb
With just two weeks until the start of NFL Scouting Combine, the draft hype is just starting to heat up. ESPN’s First Draft Podcast took a look at the future of the Bills and how the team can…
by: Mauricio Rodriguez — Inside the Star 16 Feb
February 16, 2020 - When you look at what the Dallas Cowboys need to do this offseason, you realize they have one of the most difficult situations in the NFL. Their top three
by: Chris Roling — USA Today: Bengals Wire 16 Feb
Should the Bengals cut some big names?
by: Ryan Talbot | firstname.lastname@example.org — Syracuse 16 Feb
The Cardinals could send a day two or early day three draft pick to unload Johnson.
by: John Sigler — USA Today: Saints Wire 16 Feb
The NFL is inching closer to free agency and the rollover to the 2020 salary cap, so teams around the league are already looking to trim too-expensive contracts and prepare for a busy spending seas…
Ron Rivera holds yard sale of Panthers items, raises more than $30,000 for Humane Society - CBSSports.com
by: Bryan DeArdo @BryanDeArdo Feb 16, 2020 at 1:49 pm ET • 2 min read — CBS Sports 16 Feb
The Rivera family followed the path of what Andy Reid's family did after he left the Eagles
by: Zachary Neel — USA Today: Redskins Wire 16 Feb
Rivera knows that the Redskins have some young talent on defense, and he wanted to let Norman go to get the young guys on the field.
by: Kevin Lagowski — Fansided: Section 215 16 Feb
The exact dates aren't set yet, but a mere glimpse at the Philadelphia Eagles' opponents for the 2020 NFL season shows that they will face a number of chal...
by: Justin Fried — Fansided: The J-E-T Press 16 Feb
The NY Jets are desperately in need of an upgrade at the wide receiver position in the offseason, but they shouldn't turn to free agency for the solution. ...
by: Marcus Hayes — The Philadelphia Inquirer 16 Feb
“If I had been healthy, I think me and Fletcher (Cox) both would be All Pros and Pro Bowlers right now. I’d like to say I’d put one or two more win up for us, too."