The days and weeks leading up to the opening of NFL free agency are always the Lying Season. Agents, teams and sometimes even the players themselves aren’t opposed to a small fib.
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Darrelle Revis saga shows the NFL’s lying season has officially opened
Pro days are up and running all over football nation, but the coming days will feature some players on the Broncos’ to-do list.
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Next wave of NFL pro days have Denver Broncos scouts interested
ESPN’s John Clayton looks at the contract between the Denver Broncos and pass-rusher Elvis Dumervil. Meanwhile, the agent for Dumervil told the Denve…
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Video: Options for Broncos, Elvis Dumervil
The Oakland Raiders gained significant salary-cap room by restructuring the deal of safety Tyvon Branch, according to the Contra Costa Times.The savin…
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Raiders creating more cap room
Here is a look at some highlights from our AFC West chat, which was held earlier Thursday: Denver Trevor from Queensbury NY: What kind of pay cut do…
Chat wrap: Carson Palmer solution?
(Reuters) – A Florida broker who is accused of steering more than 30 professional football players to invest a total of $40 million in a now-bankrupt casino has been barred from the securities industry, an industry watchdog said on Thursday. Jeffrey Rubin, who operated Pro Sports Financial Inc in Fort Lauderdale, agreed to be permanently barred from the industry in a settlement with the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority, dated Thursday. …
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Financial adviser to NFL players barred by regulator (Reuters)
DENVER (AP) — The Denver Broncos are asking defensive end Elvis Dumervil to take a pay cut so they can create more salary cap room for free agency.
Broncos look to Dumervil for cap relief (The Associated Press)
* Former Ravens back Rolle lost most of $3.5 mln investment * Terrell Owens, Plaxico Burress among clients * 31 players lost $40 mln in now-bankrupt casino (Adds case details, names key NFL player impacted) March 7 (Reuters) – A Florida broker who is accused of steering more than 30 professional U.S. football players to invest a total of $40 million in a now-bankrupt casino has been barred from the securities industry, an industry watchdog said on Thursday. …
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UPDATE 2-Financial adviser to NFL players barred by regulator (Reuters)
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Jeff Saturday retired as an Indianapolis Colts player Thursday and immediately started a new life in the organization that brought him into the league.
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Saturday signs contract to retire with Colts (The Associated Press)