Newsday's Bob Glauber goes the extra yard for the inside scoop on the NFL.
Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer announced Wednesday night that she had vetoed Senate Bill 1062, a bill that opponents believed would have allowed businesses the right to refuse service to anyone based on the business owner's religious beliefs without fear of lawsuits and potentially lead to widespread discimination against the gay and lesbian community.
As a result of Brewer's decision, the...Read more »
The NFL is keeping a close eye on Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer, who has until Saturday to veto, ignore or sign SB 1062, a bill that would allow businesses in the state to use religious beliefs as a way to refuse serving gay patrons. Why does the NFL have an interest in the bill? Because Super Bowl XLIX is scheduled to be played in Arizona next year, and passage of the bill might prompt the league to...Read more »
The 2014 NFL Combine wrapped up Tuesday as defensive backs took the field for workouts. Let's see who wowed during workouts and who left more questions to be answered.
RISER: Jason Verrett, CB, TCU
Verrett posted a 4.38 40-yard dash, which was second-best among all defensive backs and just .01 second behind Justin Gilbert's top time of 4.37. Verrett also ran a 6.69 three-cone drill (fourth-best...Read more »
The Jets traded Darrelle Revis to the Bucs last year in exchange for a first-round pick in 2013 and a conditional fourth-rounder this year. Now it appears Revis could be on the move yet again.
Per Jason La Canfora of CBSSports, some teams believe the Bucs may part ways with Revis, who last year signed a six-year, $96 million deal that pays him $16 million annually.
Revis...Read more »
Defensive linemen and linebackers worked out on the Lucas Oil Stadium field Monday on the fifth day of the NFL Combine. So who did well, and who struggled? Here are the day's risers and fallers:
RISER: Aaron Donald, DT, Pittsburgh
Donald posted impressive measurables on Monday. His 4.68 40 was fifth-fastest among defensive linemen, and his 7.11 three-cone drill was fourth-fastest. He...Read more »
I left Indianapolis today because my work at the Combine was done. Some others had different reasons for splitting.
San Diego State running back Adam Muema left the NFL Scouting Combine without working out, citing religious reasons. And it had nothing to do with resting on the seventh day.
“Can’t go wrong with God,” Muema told the San Diego Union-Tribune in a phone interview as he was...Read more »
In one of the more bizarre stories of an already wacky and news-filled NFL off-season, the Browns engaged in discussions aimed at luring 49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh to Cleveland.
Those talks eventually fizzled, but the fact that they occurred at all was a sign of two things: 1. The Browns were so desperate to make a splash at head coach that they took the highly unusual step of going after...Read more »
Quarterbacks, running backs and wide receivers took the field on Sunday for the second day of workouts (and fourth day overall) at the NFL Combine. Let's see which players had impressive outings and which ones raised more questions than they answered.
RISER: Brandin Cooks, WR, Oregon State
Cooks has always been known as a quick slot receiver, but on Sunday we found out exactly how quick....Read more »
Clemson wide receiver Sammy Watkins bolstered his case to be the top wideout selected in this year's draft, running his two 40-yard dash attempts in 4.34 and 4.37 seconds
He's coming off a terrific year with 101 catches for 1,464 yards and 12 touchdowns.
The Jets and Giants are in the market for an elite receiver, but it looks like they'd have to trade up to get a talent...Read more »
Kent State running back Dri Archer put in the fastest 40 time so far at the Combine, reeling off a blazing 4.26 seconds in his first attempt. It was close to breaking Titans running back Chris Johnson’s 4.24 clocking, the fastest in Combine history (2008).
Archer was easily the fastest running back in the 40. The next best time was 4.41 by Georgia Southern’s Jerick McKinnon, who also had the...Read more »