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Le'Veon Bell to Skip Camp Published 7/20/2018 in Pro Football Talk Line Author Steven Van Over Le'Veon Bell

In a story I like to call "The LA Rams and Aaron Donald Forecast" the Pittsburgh Steelers and all-world RB Le'Veon Bell continue their "dance of the bean-counter" the team will again be satisfied to wait for Bell to decide to play under another franchise tag versus give him the long-term deal he wants (and deserves). You get what you pay... read more→


Cowboys Second Round Gambles Are About To Payoff Published 7/19/2018 in Pro Football Talk Line Author Ben Grimaldi DeMarcus Lawrence

It’s been a long strange journey for these Dallas Cowboys. As the last four years have passed, these Cowboys have been ridiculed, mocked and crapped on because fans weren’t happy with their selection for some reason. What do they have in common, you may ask? They are all second-round picks. Since 2014, the Cowboys have selected DeMarcus... read more→


Rams and Brandin Cook Agree to an $81M Extension Published 7/19/2018 in Pro Football Talk Line Author Steven Van Over

Remember that feeling when the former future of the WR corps Sammie Watkins took the deal with the Chiefs and proved the to NFL he was indeed a one-year rental no matter the platitudes by the team or the player? Don't look for that to get repeated as the Los Angeles Rams have signed a five-year extension with their other elite speedster, Brandin... read more→


God Bless... Baseball? Published 7/19/2018 in Pro Football Talk Line Author Ben Stecker

I stood quietly by my seat at Nationals ballpark in Washington, DC for last nights All-Star Game. 50,000 other fans joined me and the National League and American League All-Stars lined the field in front of their respective dugouts. Hats off and over hearts as the vocalist's notes thundered through the humid summer night air and lingered over the... read more→


Future Hall-of-Famer Darrelle Revis Announces Retirement Published 7/19/2018 in Pro Football Talk Line Author Brian Cole Darrelle Revis

After 11 seasons, Revis Island is officially closed for business. On Wednesday Darrelle Revis announced his retirement after 11 seasons in the NFL. The future Hall of Famer played eight seasons with the New York Jets, one with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, one with the New England Patriots, and one with the Kansas City Chiefs. Revis finished his... read more→


CowboysTalkLine w/Ben Grimaldi & Steven Van Over Published 7/19/2018 in Pro Football Talk Line Author Ben Grimaldi Helmet Phone Cowboys

2018 Dallas Cowboys DLine Rotation Join Host Steven Van Over and Ben Grimaldi as they dive into the Dallas Cowboys defensive line rotation with the news of Randy Gregory's return to the fold. Robust, straight to the point and with no holds barred host Van puts forth the hard questions and gets straight answers from Ben who is thoughtful and... read more→


NFL Daily Arrest Report Published 7/18/2018 in Pro Football Talk Line Author Steven Van Over

We call it the "NFL Daily Arrest Report" out of tradition. In reality, the NFL has quite the low percentage in regards to such things. However, considering the combination of being in the public eye and making staggering amounts of money in relation to what John Q. Public takes home and the #facepalm aspect of it isn't going away anytime... read more→


Cowboys Randy Gregory - He's Baaack! Published 7/18/2018 in Pro Football Talk Line Author Steven Van Over Randy Gregory

Tall, strong, long and quicker than an adder on acid, the Cowboys Randy Gregory is BACK! Randy Gregory himself broke the news in a sly way via Twitter: 😉 — Randy Gregory (@RandyGregory_4) July 17, 2018 It's not a complete "done deal" yet, but what is left should be mere formalities. Per NFL.com "Gregory is allowed to join the... read more→


Pats Preseason Void Of Joint Practices Published 7/17/2018 in Pro Football Talk Line Author Brian Cole Patriots vs Panthers

For the first time since 2011 (NFL lockout), the New England Patriots will not hold joint practices with a preseason opponent. There seems to be no distinct reason for this decision. The Patriots have held joint practices with both the Washington Redskins and the Philadelphia Eagles in the past, and Bill Belichick has a good relationship with... read more→


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