1. NFL schedule to be released this week
By Marc Sessler - NFL.com
"NFL fans are one step closer to knowing whom their favorite teams will play from Week 1 through Week 17.
League spokesman Brian McCarthy tweeted Friday that the 2015 NFL schedule will be released some time next week. No day was given, but last year's schedule was unveiled on a Wednesday. A breakdown of home and away opponents for each team was released by the NFL in December." READ MORE…
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2. Stefen Wisniewski agrees to deal with Jaguars
By ESPN.com news services - ESPN
"The Jacksonville Jaguars have agreed to a one-year deal with former Oakland Raiders center Stefen Wisniewski, a league source told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter.
Wisniewski started all 16 games last season for the Raiders but was not re-signed as a free agent following Oakland's offseason addition of Rodney Hudson." READ MORE…
3. Rex Ryan: Amaro will be accountable for his comments
By Marc Sessler - NFL.com
"Rex Ryan has his groove back.
The new coach of the Buffalo Bills came out firing on Saturday in a lively interview with NFL Media's Kimberly Jones.
Jets tight end Jace Amaro took the worst of it.
After telling The MMQB's Jenny Vrentas this week that Amaro was "full of (expletive)" for claiming that Gang Green wasn't held "accountable" under Ryan last season, Rex circled around on Saturday to take the newbie to task." READ MORE…
4. Georgia RB Todd Gurley's knee checks out in medical recheck
By Mike Huguenin - NFL.com
"Georgia running back Todd Gurley is a probable first-round pick, and teams interested in him are breathing a little easier today.
Gurley suffered a torn ACL on Nov. 15 in Georgia's win over Auburn. That was his first game back after he missed four games because of a suspension for selling his autograph. He had surgery in late November, and the medical recheck in Indianapolis shows he is progressing as he should be, which means he could be ready for training camp.
Texas A&M offensive tackle Cedric Ogbuehi (knee), Arizona State wide receiver Jaelen Strong (wrist) and Indiana running back Tevin Coleman (foot) also were among the players undergoing medical rechecks this weekend." READ MORE…
5. Sources: QB Tim Tebow to join Eagles
By Adam Schefter - ESPN
"Tim Tebow plans to sign a one-year deal Monday with the Eagles, a league source said Sunday night.
Tebow flew in to Philadelphia on Sunday night in time to be in attendance for the start of the Eagles' offseason program Monday.
Philadelphia has finalized an agreement with the 27-year-old Tebow, the framework of which was put into place when he worked out for the team last month. Tebow will be paid the minimum salary." READ MORE…
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