JP Starkey

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NFL suspends Blackmon

Jacksonville Jaguars wide receiver Justin Blackmon has been suspended by the NFL, after violating the NFL's Policy and Program for Substances of Abuse.

Chiefs open to keeping Albert

The Kansas City Chiefs have been shopping Branden Albert for the last month. Kansas City is open to retaining Albert for the 2013 season, now that the NFL Draft has come and gone without a trade.

Tebow released, Robinson a RB and more

Monday was busy throughout the NFL, as the New York Jets released Tim Tebow, while the Jacksonville Jaguars announced their intention to use Denard Robinson as a running back. Here's the latest from around the league.

Franklin will be ready for training camp

Denver Broncos tackle Orlando Franklin is expected to be healthy when training camp opens in July, as the right tackle continues to recover from an offseason toe surgery.

AFC South draft grades

The 2013 NFL Draft concluded on Saturday and draft grades are already in. Did the Jaguars and Titans draft well enough to sneak into contention, or will the Texans and Colts continue to dominate?

NFC South draft grades

Mel Kiper Jr., Rob Rang and Chris Burke submitted their 2013 NFL Draft grades. Here's a look at how each analyst graded teams in the NFC South.

Eagles considered Jordan

Philadelphia Eagles head coach Chip Kelly considered selecting Dion Jordan with the No. 4 overall pick, but the Miami Dolphins traded up for the No. 3 pick to select the former Oregon Duck.

Albert still available

After failing to trade Branden Albert for a 2013 second-round draft pick, the Kansas City Chiefs are trying to trade Albert for a 2014 second-round pick.

Dolphins pick pair of Gators

The Miami Dolphins bolstered their offense and special teams in the fifth round, adding two former Florida Gators in running back Mike Gillislee and kicker Caleb Sturgis.

Bills, Saints make picks in 5th

The fifth round of the draft is underway, and the Bills and Saints are among the latest to pick.

Packers, Seahawks draft offense

The Green Bay Packers selected Johnathan Franklin after a trade with the Denver Broncos, bolstering their rushing attack.

Alex Okafor, Dion Sims off the board

Former college stars Dion Sims, Jelani Jenkins and Alex Okafor were selected in the early portion of the fourth round of the 2013 NFL Draft.

Raiders could make surprise pick

The Oakland Raiders are no strangers to making surprise picks in the first round of the NFL Draft, and league executives believe the Raiders could select D.J. Hayden with the No. 3 overall pick.

Browns not interested in Mallett

Despite reports to the contrary, the Cleveland Browns aren't interested in acquiring Patriots backup quarterback Ryan Mallett.

Milliner says he will be 'perfectly fine'

Alabama cornerback Dee Milliner is doing his best to reassure NFL teams that he's healthy, telling the Star-Ledger that he's "perfectly fine" for training camp.

Dolphins draft needs

The Miami Dolphins have spent plenty in free agency this offseason, but need a strong draft class to continue to build a roster good enough to dethrone the New England Patriots in the AFC East.

Ansah could be top 5 pick

Former BYU defensive end Ezekiel Ansah could be selected in the first five picks of the 2013 NFL Draft -- and the Detroit Lions reportedly have their eye on him.

Ravens could trade up

The Baltimore Ravens could trade up on Thursday night during the first round of the 2013 NFL Draft, as Baltimore has its eyes on Oklahoma tackle Lane Johnson.

Milliner still rated as top CB

Injury concerns haven't hampered former Alabama cornerback Dee Milliner's draft stock, as the talented corner is still widely viewed as the top player at his position in the 2013 NFL Draft.

Latest NFL news and rumors

With the NFL Draft just two days away, news and rumors throughout the NFL are heating up. Here's a look at the latest.

Titans not shopping Washington

Tennessee Titans general manager Ruston Webster is reportedly not willing to trade wide receiver Nate Washington this offseason.

Lions draft needs

The Detroit Lions need to address issues on both the offensive and defensive line in the 2013 NFL Draft.

Raiders draft needs

The Oakland Raiders enter the 2013 NFL Draft with many weaknesses on their roster, and need to come away with a strong draft class as they continue to rebuild.

Albert rumors: Miami waiting on KC

The Kansas City Chiefs could soon send franchise-tagged left tackle Branden Albert to the Miami Dolphins, as the Dolphins are reportedly willing to meet Albert's contract demands.

Fragel works out for Bengals

Former Ohio State Buckeyes offensive tackle Reid Fragel worked out for the Cincinnati Bengals on Monday.

McClain ruins perfect opportunity

Baltimore Ravens linebacker Rolando McClain was arrested for the third time in 17 months, and his chance at crafting his own redemption story may have ended before it even began.

Trucking company sues Pilot Flying J

One Georgia trucking company has filed a class action lawsuit against Jimmy Haslam and Pilot Flying J.

Networks to avoid live-tweeting NFL Draft

ESPN and the NFL Network agreed to avoid having their employees tweet draft picks before Roger Goodell announces them, in effort to avoid spoiling fans.

Redskins host Jammer

The Washington Redskins hosted free-agent cornerback Quentin Jammer on Sunday, as Washington continues to try to improve its secondary.

Dolphins, Albert talks hit snag

Trade talks between the Miami Dolphins and Kansas City Chiefs regarding left tackle Branden Albert haven't occurred in days.

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