- Final - 2018-02-04Eagles41 - 33PatriotsU.S. Bank Stadium
- Final - 2017-10-10Vikings20 - 17BearsSoldier Field
- Final - 2017-10-09Chiefs42 - 34TexansNRG Stadium
- Final - 2017-10-08Bills16 - 20BengalsPaul Brown Stadium
- Final - 2017-10-08Jets17 - 14BrownsFirstEnergy Stadium
- Final - 2017-10-08Panthers27 - 24LionsFord Field
- Final - 2017-10-08Titans10 - 16DolphinsHard Rock Stadium
- Final - 2017-10-08Chargers27 - 22GiantsMetLife Stadium
- Final - 2017-10-08AZCardinals7 - 34EaglesLincoln Financial Field
- Final - 2017-10-08Jaguars30 - 9SteelersHeinz Field
- Final - 2017-10-08Ravens30 - 17RaidersOakland Coliseum
- Final - 2017-10-08Seahawks16 - 10RamsLos Angeles Memorial Coliseum
- Final - 2017-10-08Packers35 - 31CowboysAT&T Stadium
- Final/OT - 2017-10-0849ers23 - 26ColtsLucas Oil Stadium
- Final - 2017-10-06Patriots19 - 14BuccaneersRaymond James Stadium
The Ravens are quiet no more, as they have reportedly agreed to terms with a second wide receiver before free agency officially opens.
Baltimore is expected to sign Washington Redskins
free agent wide receiver Ryan Grant to a four-year deal, according to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport.
It’s a bigger deal than they reportedly struck with John Brown hours earlier, as Rapoport says it’s for $29 million with $14.5 million guaranteed and a $10 million signing bonus.
Grant, 27, has posted 84 career receptions for 985 yards and six touchdowns in his first four years.
He became a starter for the Redskins at the end of last season and is coming off his best year. In seven starts, he posted 45 receptions for 573 yards and four touchdowns.
Standing in at 6-foot-0, the 2014 fifth-round pick out of...
Baltimore is expected to sign former Washington Redskins wide receiver Ryan Grant to a four-year deal worth $29 million, according to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport.
Statement from Owner Shad Khan on former Pro Bowl MLB Paul Posluszny’s retirement announcement:
Jonathan Stewart has spent his entire ten-year career in Carolina. Here's what you need to know about the newest member of the Big Blue backfield.
The former Cardinals receiver is headed to Baltimore on a one-year deal, according to multiple reports.
The biggest names got huge paydays and the entire wide receiver market is aggressive. But rest assured, the Ravens will add pass catchers at some point.
Baltimore will reportedly pay the veteran cornerback $7 million next season. The Ravens have some question marks at cornerback and don’t want to be thin at the position.
“A lot of rookies just fade away at the end of the year because they’re not used to the long season. But the thing with Joe is he got stronger and had his best performances late in the season.”
–RB Coach Kyle Caskey
#Bengals re-build run with Mixon 📰:
What promises to be a whirlwind week starts on Monday when unrestricted free agents are allowed to begin negotiating with teams.
Bengals.com examines the #Bengals cap space and possibilities 📰: