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Saints running back Alvin Kamara and receiver Ted Ginn Jr. are among a host of NFL players slated to compete next month in the inaugural 40 Yards of Gold, a tournament-style speed contest.

Gerald McCoy says he's not thinking about where he'll be living when it comes to his next team; the free agent defensive tackle simply wants to join a team that is competing for a championship.

The order comes just weeks after a hearing to air complaints about new rules that limit the doctors who can evaluate retired players for brain injuries.

Leonard Fournette, who missed seven games in 2018 because of injuries and was suspended for another, believes he has had a successful reboot this offseason and is happy to have "a clean start" with the Jaguars.

Matthew Berry offers highlights from the opportunity to meet with 40 of this year's rookies, including his expectations for them in 2019 and beyond.

Cornerback Adam "Pacman" Jones announced he is retiring from the NFL after a 14-year career.

Pro football players may be more likely to die from degenerative brain diseases and heart problems than baseball players, but the reasons are unclear, a new study suggests.

The eight-year veteran wide receiver is adjusting rather well to a new quarterback in Dak Prescott, who calls Cobb an "incredibly smart guy."

The Saints have a long list of underpaid stars who'll need new deals soon (Alvin Kamara included), but they have to take care of their All-Pros first.

Le'Veon Bell rewrote the book on how to negotiate a second NFL contract. Here are the young standouts who could be tempted to follow his lead.