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GMs love to trade up, but it's often a mistake: Why their reasoning doesn't match reality
NFL general managers often pat themselves on the back for draft trade-ups, but they're usually wrong.[read more]

Broncos keep QB options open, won't 'force' pick
The Broncos would love to find their long-term solution at quarterback in the first round of the NFL draft, but the team's decision-makers say they won't "force it" and tout seven to eight possible starters in this year's class.[read more]

NFL reinstates five players from gambling bans
The NFL has reinstated five players who were suspended for the 2023 season for violating the NFL's gambling policy.[read more]

Chargers want 'attractive' offer for No. 5 pick
Chargers general manager Joe Hortiz said Thursday that it's going to take an "attractive" offer for the team to consider trading the No. 5 pick in next week's NFL draft.[read more]

Bills' Allen: Diggs trade 'hard' but thankful for WR
Josh Allen said Thursday that he can't thank Stefon Diggs enough for "for when he came in and how hard he worked and what he taught me along the years."[read more]

NFL: 'Insufficient evidence' to punish WR Flowers
The NFL will not discipline the Ravens' Zay Flowers after he was involved in a domestic violence investigation earlier this year.[read more]

Colts tight end Ogletree taken off exempt list
Colts tight end Drew Ogletree has been removed from the commissioner's exempt list and is participating in offseason workouts with the team.[read more]

Former Bears, Colts GM Bill Tobin dies at age 83
Longtime NFL executive Bill Tobin, who served as the general manager of the Colts and Bears, has died at the age of 83.[read more]

Wilson skips Jets workouts while on trade block
Former No. 2 pick Zach Wilson is skipping voluntary workouts as he remains on the trading block with less than a week to go before the NFL draft.[read more]

Pat Tillman's mother recalls command blunders behind ex-Cardinals safety's death
Twenty years after Pat Tillman's death, his mom reflects on bad command decisions and false narratives.[read more]