Antonio Brown should be the highest paid receiver in the NFL

Antonio Brown has caught 265 passes over the past two seasons. That’s the most of any wide receiver in the NFL. Last year, he had 136 catches, 1,834 yards and ten touchdowns. He’s played all in 16 games in four out of the last five seasons. Brown is also a threat in the punt return game….

Josh Gordon returns to the NFL

The NFL has reinstated Cleveland Browns wide receiver Josh Gordon from his suspension for violating the league’s drug policy multiple times. Gordon will have to serve a four game suspension, but will be on the field week five against the New England Patriots. He’ll be able to work with the team during training camp, attend meetings…

Le’Veon Bell faces four game suspension

Le’Veon Bell, one of the top running backs in the NFL, faces a four game suspension because he missed a drug test. According to ESPN, Bell isn’t being suspended because he actually failed a test, but the violation stems from him not showing up to a scheduled drug test. This isn’t the first drug related issue…

Is Alshon Jeffery an elite wide receiver?

Alshon Jeffery wants to be paid top dollar. The Chicago Bears wide out is set to play next season under the franchise tag, which is going to pay him $14.6 million. That ranks as the second highest average for a receiver in the entire league. However, Jeffery seems to be looking for that long term deal. Overall,…

The NFL should be scared of Calvin Johnson

Calvin Johnson is one of the best wide receivers in NFL history. He’s put up historic numbers and is a legend in the city of Detroit. But the former Lions stand out, who retired last year at age 30, detailed to ESPN his history of injuries, use of painkillers and concussions. And it wasn’t pretty. Johnson opened…

Andrew Luck is the highest paid man in the NFL

Despite having the worst season of his career, Andrew luck is now the highest paid player in NFL history. Luck and the Colts have agreed to a 6 year deal worth $140 million. He’ll also get $87 million in guaranteed money which is the most in league history. Luck dealt with various injuries last season, and…

Adrian Peterson calls training camp ‘boring’ but who can blame him?

Adrian Peterson recently said something that every other veteran NFL player is thinking: training camp is boring and isn’t suited for veterans. The Minnesota Vikings running back told ESPN that when deciding whether to continue playing or not, having to go through training camp will be a deciding factor. “Physically, body-wise, I’ll be good. It’s just…