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CHRIS MORTENSEN RUMORS

NFL Notes: Browns, Colts, Jets, & Redskins

  Browns ESPN’s Chris Mortensen is getting the sense that Josh Gordon exploring CFL possibilities could be a precursor to legal action. Colts WR Griff Whalen appears to have the edge on Da’Rick Rogers for the Colts’ No. 5 receiver job. (Mike Wells) There is, however, a chance that the Colts could keep six receivers this year. (Mike Wells) The Colts are likely to...
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Report: Josh Gordon wants to play in the CFL, but he can’t

ESPN’s Chris Mortensen is reporting that Browns wide receiver Josh Gordon would like to play in the CFL while serving his season-long suspension. Josh Gordon is exploring the possibility of playing the rest of the year in the Canadian Football League, per sources. @ESPNNFL — Chris Mortensen (@mortreport) August 28, 2014 NFL agent Greg Linton pointed out on Twitter that Gordon...
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21 hours ago  |  Discuss

Report: Gordon exploring idea of playing in the CFL this year

ESPN’s Chris Mortensen reports that suspended Browns WR Josh Gordon is in the process of exploring  the possibility of playing the rest of the year in the Canadian Football League. This news comes just a day after Gordon lost his appeal regarding the year-long suspension he was facing for another violation of league policy. Albert Breer mentions that Gordon would need permission...
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21 hours ago  |  Discuss

Report: Richard Sherman minicamp fight prompted NFLPA investigation

ESPN’s Chris Mortensen reported on Tuesday that the NFL is fining the Seahawks $300K for violating the CBA and have too many practices with contact. According to ProFootballTalk.com,  a fight back in June that included Richard Sherman sprked an investigation by the NFLPA. Per a source with direct knowledge of the situation, the NFLPA started the investigation after reports emerged...
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1 day ago  |  Discuss

Report: Seahawks fined $300K by the NFL for violating the offseason non-contact rules

According to ESPN’s Chris Mortensen, the Seattle Seawhawks were fined $300,000 by the NFL for violating the offseason non-contact rules. Seahawks & Pete Carroll collectively fined by than $300,000 by NFL for violation of off-season non-contact rules, per sources. — Chris Mortensen (@mortreport) August 26, 2014 As outlined by the CBA, every NFL team is restricted to a certain...
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2 days ago  |  Discuss

Reports: Seahawks Fined Over $300K For Violating No-Contact Practice Rules

The NFL is making the Seattle Seahawks and Pete Carroll open their wallets. ESPN’s Chris Mortensen reported that sources said the defending Super Bowl champs and their coach were collectively fined more than $300,000 and docked two double practices in 2015 for violating the league’s no-contact rules for offseason practices. Mortensen broke the fines down, reporting that Carroll...
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2 days ago  |  Discuss

Seahawks Fined $300,000 For Violating Offseason No-Contact Rules

Lost in the criticism over the emphasis on illegal contact and the resulting increase in penalties this NFL preseason, is the fact the Seattle Seahawks have been relatively well-behaved, incurring only two illegal contact penalties through three preseason games, one of which the NFL admitted was wrong after the fact, and another that was offset by a holding call. In addition, the...
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2 days ago  |  Discuss

Seahawks Fined for Violation of Offseason Non-Contact Rules

The National Football League has fined the Seattle Seahawks and head coach Pete Carroll more than $300 thousand for violating the league’s policy of offseason non-contact rules. The report comes directly from ESPN insider Chris Mortensen.  Seahawks & Pete Carroll collectively fined by than $300,000 by NFL for violation of off-season non-contact rules, per sources. — Chris...
Via Sportsnaut
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Sam Bradford reportedly done for the season with a torn ACL

According to ESPN’s Chris Mortensen,  Rams quarterback Sam Bradford tore his ACL during Saturday night’s game and is done for the season. Rams QB Sam Bradford is out for season after MRI shows he did tear left knee ACL, per sources. Rams will announce later today. @ESPNNFL — Chris Mortensen (@mortreport) August 24, 2014 It’s truly time for the Rams to draft a new quarterback...
Via Pro Football Zone
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Raiders could trade out of the number 5 spot; 49ers want to move up

Today on ESPN Chris Mortensen stated that he has heard numerous times that the 49ers could be “ready to do something big” in May’s draft. 49ers GM Trent Baalke is working with 11 picks, including six selections in the top 100, so he has plenty of ammo to execute a trade up. Mortensen said the […] The post Raiders could trade out of the number 5 spot; 49ers want to move up...
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April 25, 2014  |  Discuss
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