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Sunday, March 29, 2015

Football

Redskins may be open to trading No. 5 overall draft pick

The Washington Redskins have the No. 5 overall pick in the upcoming NFL draft and may be willing to trade it. NFL Media reporter Ian Rapoport said on NFL Network Monday that we should “not be surprised” if the Redskins make the pick available. "Do not be surprised if the @Redskins No. 5 overall pick…Read More

Agent Ben Dogra does not want Adrian Peterson back with Vikings

The agent for Adrian Peterson made it clear in public comments Monday that he does not want his client to return to the Minnesota Vikings next season. “I don’t think it’s in the best interests of Adrian Peterson to play for the Minnesota Vikings,” agent Ben Dogra said at the NFL owners meetings in Arizona….Read More

Reports: Darren Sharper to serve nine years for rape charges

Darren Sharper appears to be facing up to nine years in prison. Sharper appeared in a Los Angeles court on Monday and plead no contest to charges stemming from numerous cases in the LA area. As the LA Times notes, Sharper’s plea agreement includes a 20-year prison sentence, of which he will serve half of…Read More

Darnell Dockett implies Darren Sharper deserves death sentence

Former NFL safety Darren Sharper entered his first guilty plea on Monday when he pleaded guilty to sexual assault in Arizona. Sharper admitted to sexually assaulting one woman and trying to attack another in the Phoenix area in 2013. He was sentenced to nine years in federal prison. San Francisco 49ers defensive tackle Darnell Dockett…Read More

Cleveland Browns reportedly frontrunners to be on ‘Hard Knocks’

The Cleveland Browns have been a circus show all offseason, so it makes sense that HBO would try to put them on TV for everyone to witness the dysfunction in the organization. Apparently that’s what they’re attempting to do. NFL writer Vic Carucci of The Buffalo News reported Sunday that he is hearing the Browns…Read More

Chris Borland giving most of his signing bonus back to 49ers

Former San Francisco 49ers linebacker Chris Borland received a $617,436 signing bonus when he inked his four-year contract with the team after being drafted last year. The 24-year-old is giving most of that money back. During an interview with CBS News’ Face the Nation on Sunday morning, Borland said he will return roughly 75 percent…Read More

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