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A Florida judge dismissed domestic battery charges against former Jaguars linebacker Blair Brown stemming from a 2019 incident. Brown’s agent, Michael Boyer, released a statement Wednesday after Duval County Judge Emmet F. Ferguson granted defense attorney Zachary Schafer’s pretrial motion for dismissal July 8. “It’s very important to note that this case has been dismissed [more]
It’s obvious the Jaguars aren’t going to give defensive end Yannick Ngakoue a long-term deal before today’s deadline. Are they going to give in to his trade demand? A report earlier Wednesday indicated Ngakoue is willing to play elsewhere on the one-year, $17.8 million franchise tag. The obvious problem with that is a team willing [more]
The Jaguars have about six hours before the deadline to sign defensive end Yannick Ngakoue to a long-term deal, but that was never going to happen anyway. And he still wants out, and is willing to work with anyone who is willing to rescue him. According to Adam Schefter of ESPN, Ngakoue has talked contract [more]
An appeals court has granted the killer of NFL player Joe McKnight a new trial because his manslaughter conviction was delivered by a split jury.
Wednesday’s deadline for franchise-tagged players to sign multi-year deals came and went without any change in status for Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott. He will become the third quarterback to play out a season under the terms of a tag — Drew Brees and Kirk Cousins are the others — and be set for either another [more]
Technically, the Texans’ rookies are due to report for training camp on Saturday. Realistically, the Texans’ rookies will be showing up in one of the biggest current American hotbeds of COVID-19. The situation has left the NFL Players Association justifiably concerned. “No hospital beds,” a source with knowledge of the union’s concerns observed on Wednesday [more]