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What's gone wrong between Aaron Rodgers and the Packers? Here's how they got here
Rodgers said his extension only guaranteed the first three years. That time is up, and his words were prophetic. Here are the events that have brought the Packers and their QB to the brink of separation.[read more]

Giants' overhaul: Inside their 'astonishing' 16-month makeover
Joe Judge has turned a deficient roster into a young, talented squad with playmakers and promise.[read more]

Why Cardinals LB Zaven Collins may force out Jordan Hicks
Taking Collins in the first round created a log jam at inside linebacker and Hicks may be the odd man out.[read more]

Burns, former Vikings coach known for wit, dies
Jerry Burns, the colorful character who took over the Vikings in a time of turmoil and led the team to three playoff berths, has died at age 94.[read more]

Bridgewater criticizes how Panthers practiced
Teddy Bridgewater was critical of how the Panthers practiced last season, saying in a radio interview Wednesday that offensive coordinator Joe Brady didn't prioritize red zone and 2-minute drills.[read more]

Source: Packers, in need of QBs, adding Bortles
The Packers have reached a one-year contract with Blake Bortles, a source told ESPN's Adam Schefter. The quarterback is the first added by the team since news of Aaron Rodgers' unhappiness broke.[read more]

Amid Rodgers drama, Pack get 5 prime-time tilts
The NFL has assigned five prime-time games to the Green Bay Packers for the 2021 season, one of the most notable revelations in its frenzied leaguewide schedule reveal on Wednesday night.[read more]

Ravens-Raiders on MNF as part of Week 1 slate
The Raiders will host the Ravens on Monday Night Football in Week 1, an opening-week slate that also includes Jets-Panthers, Packers-Saints and Browns-Chiefs.[read more]

Brady, chasing Brees, returns to NE in Week 4
The Bucs open against the Cowboys on Sept. 9, but all eyes will be on Tom Brady's return to Foxborough in Week 4.[read more]

Broncos sign RT Massie to replace injured James
The Broncos on Wednesday signed veteran right tackle Bobby Massie to a one-year, $4 million deal in the wake of Ja'Wuan James' season-ending Achilles injury.[read more]