In the four weeks since the Super Bowl, the Washington attorney general’s office has fielded many complaints from football fans who spent thousands of dollars on tickets that never came. One family’s story illuminates the shadowy world of the ticket resale market.
The Arizona Cardinals released defensive tackle Darnell Dockett, allowing the three-time Pro Bowl selection to test the free-agency market.
In NFL limbo for the past five-plus months, Adrian Peterson’s future with the Minnesota Vikings is still in question.
The Detroit Lions released running back Reggie Bush on Wednesday, halfway through the four-year deal he signed as a free agent before the 2013 season.
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Two members of Congress have asked NFL commissioner Roger Goodell to clarify whether teams can lose draft picks if they do not properly address domestic violence.
DeAngelo Williams, the career rushing leader for the Carolina Panthers, told a television station he has been released by the team. Jonathan Stewart, a graduate of Timberline High in Lacey, re-emerged as Carolina’s top running back last season.
The former four-star recruit, who finished his career at Louisville, has a chance to be among the top five safeties selected in the NFL draft.
A one-time sprinter, Cooper put his running skills to use well on Sunday when he turned in a time of 4.86 in the 40, the fastest of any defensive lineman at the combine who projects as primarily a tackle.
Halliday’s production — he was leading the nation in passing with 3,873 yards when he was injured — and arm intrigue scouts, and may be good enough to get him into the lower rounds of the draft if teams become assured that his injury won’t be a long-term issue.
The Marcus Peters image rehabilitation tour, which began with a few individual interviews over the last few weeks, kicked into overdrive Saturday when he stood on a stage at the NFL combine to take questions from all comers.
Shaq Thompson arrived at the NFL combine Saturday with a list of possible positions almost as long as some of his runs during his final season at the University of Washington.
The coach says this year’s offseason challenge really is no different from a year ago, when instead of coming off a crushing Super Bowl defeat the Seahawks were fresh off a Super Bowl crushing of the Denver Broncos.
The coach acknowledged he hasn’t talked to the star tailback, who is considering retirement, but said the team has been in negotiations with Lynch “for a long time.”
GM John Schneider, speaking at the NFL combine, said the team has yet to hear from the running back about whether he plans to play in 2015.
The backup cornerback, who suffered a broken arm and torn anterior cruciate knee ligament while returning an interception during the Super Bowl, could miss the start of the 2015 season.
Washington State quarterback Connor Halliday isn't doing much at the NFL Combine while still recovering from breaks of the fibula and tibia near the ankle suffered against USC.
It has been confirmed that Seattle cornerback Jeremy Lane tore his ACL on the same play on which he broke his arm in the first quarter of the Super Bowl.
A week after Seattle general manager John Schneider first said publicly that running back Marshawn Lynch is mulling retirement, the situation still remains murky.
Both the coach and general manager of the Chicago Bears were given ample opportunity Wednesday to endorse Jay Cutler as their quarterback for 2015 and beyond. Time and again, they declined.