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Sean Payton on Wil Lutz: 'Best kicking workout I've ever seen'
While Sean Payton had not planned on replacing Kai Forbath, the Saints were so impressed by Wil Lutz's tryout that they made the change.
Jets K Nick Folk faces dilemma: Self preservation or Mr. Nice Guy
A longtime veteran of training camp battles, Nick Folk is used to keeping his competition at bay and holding onto his job as the Jets' kicker.
Ravens split uprights in making Justin Tucker the NFL's highest-paid kicker
Justin Tucker avoids franchise tag as Ravens keep their accurate kicker for four more years and $16.8 million, with $10.8 million guaranteed.
One snap played gets Matt Cassel extra $58.73 from Bills
When the Bills handed out performance-based bonuses for 2015, Matt Cassel received enough to splurge on a nice dinner. Maybe.
Justin Tucker will make more under tag than first four NFL seasons combined
The Ravens have rewarded kicker Justin Tucker with the franchise tag, which means a raise of more than $2 million for the 2016 season.
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Golic Jr: Brown headlines just keep flowing
Jason Fitz and Mike Golic Jr. react to Antonio Brown being sued for over $38,000 by a chef he hired during Pro Bowl festivities in 2018.
Russell Wilson talks the state of the Seahawks
Former Seahawks QB Matt Hasselbeck sits down with the current QB Russell Wilson to get a sense for the season ahead in Seattle.
Steelers' Rocky Bleier continues to live his American dream
From the fields of Vietnam to the Super Bowl and back, the Steelers legend has always lived his life at full speed.
How they got here: Joe Flacco, other NFL stars reflect on their beginnings
We know the stressors that have led to a decrease in youth sports participation. But what about the reasons kids keep playing? We asked NFL players to tell us why they did.
'Annoying little brother' Baker Mayfield once aspired to be like his Browns backup
Garrett Gilbert was the "rock star" QB in high school and Mayfield the "fat 12-year-old" who was never afraid to clap back at his idol. Now they share the Browns' QB room.
Rams rookie safety Taylor Rapp wants to 'show that Asians can play'
Rapp joins a small Asian fraternity in the NFL, and he has embraced a heritage he was once "ashamed of" because he wanted to fit in.