Adam Greene

Adam Greene is a writer and photographer based out of East Tennessee. His work has appeared in USA Today, the Associated Press, the Chicago Cubs Vineline Magazine, and many other publications.

Ravens Bring in Ray and Floyd, Panthers Add Robinson and More

Shane Ray Ravens

Two potential playmakers were added to the Baltimore Ravens roster Friday when they team announced they’d signed former Denver Broncos outside linebacker Shane Ray and former Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Michael Floyd. Both were originally first round picks. Ray appeared in 11 games, recording 10 tackles and a sack. Floyd is on his fifth team after getting cut by the …

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Patrick Peterson Suspended Six Games, Lee to Chiefs and More

Patrick Peterson will start the season with a nice, six-week vacation courtesy of the NFL’s performance enhancing drug policy. Before this, Peterson never missed a single game for any reason in his nine-year career. If there’s one bright spot for the Cardinals, they open with six non-NFC West games. Peterson should return when the Arizona travel to New York to …

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Jordan to Get Suspended? OBJ Participates in OTAs and More

Dion Jordan NFL

This has got to be a new low for the NFL’s ridiculous substance abuse policy. Free agent defensive end Dion Jordan is facing a possible 10-game suspension from the league for using Adderal, a drug the league had previously approved for the former first round pick. The problem? His “therapeutic exemption” expired. Last season Jordan recorded 22 tackles, 1.5 sacks, …

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Aaron Rodgers on Game of Thrones, Geno Smith to Seahawks and More

Aaron Rodgers Game of Thrones

If you blinked, you might have missed him. Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers made a cameo appearance on Sunday night’s Game of Thrones, the penultimate episode of the series. Rodgers played an archer that was burned alive by Drogon, the last remaining dragon ridden by Daenarys Targeryan during the attack on King’s Landing. And if none of that makes …

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Flores Opens QB Competition, Jay Gruden Praises Haskins and More

Josh Rosen Dolphins

If Josh Rosen wants to be the starting quarterback for the Miami Dolphins, he’ll have to beat out Ryan Fitzpatrick to do it. Dolphins head coach Brian Flores has opened up the competition between the two signal-callers after Miami spent a second round pick to acquire the former UCLA standout from his former team, the Arizona Cardinals, who spent their …

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Seahawks Cut Baldwin and Chancellor, Could Vikings Trade Rudolph?

Doug Baldwin Kam Chancellor Seahawks

Injuries have cut two tenures, and likely careers, short. Seattle Seahawks all-timers Kam Chancellor and Doug Baldwin were released by the team Thursday night due to injuries. Baldwin has been under the knife three times since 2018 and rumors have been in the wind a while that he might not play again. Chancellor suffered a neck injury in 2017 and …

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Telvin Smith Will Sit out 2019, Watson Joins Pats and More

Jacksonville Jaguars linebacker Telvin Smith announced via his Instagram account that he will be stepping away from the game for a season while he “gets his world in order.” Smith is one of the most underrated linebackers in the game. Last year, Smith totaled 134 tackles, four for a loss, two interceptions, one returned for a touchdown, two passes defended, …

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