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The NFL was formed in 1920 to create an organized professional association for football. The league was originally named the American Professional Football Association but was later changed to the National Football League a few years later. The league consisted of 14 teams. Only the Arizona Cardinals and Chicago Bears are still active today.

In the 1960's the NFL faced strong competition from the American Football League (AFL). The new league was threatening the rapid growth of the NFL. In 1966, the two leagues merged and decided to have a championship game between the NFL and AFL. This gave birth to the Super Bowl. After the merger, the league formed two conferences called the National Football Conference (NFC) and the American Football Conference (AFC).

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Report: Cousins wants franchise tag to be used on him
Most NFL players hate when teams use the franchise tag on them, as it significantly reduces their leverage and prevents them from from testing the open market. Kirk Cousins apparently is not most NFL players.ESPN’s Ed Werder reports that Cousins would actually prefer if Washington uses the franchise tag on him again. Teams can technically use the franchise tag on the same player three times, but they get a 20 percent raise over the previous year’s salary the second time and a 44 percent raise over that number the third time. If Cousins plays under the tag again in 2017, he would make a guaranteed salary of $23.94 million. That means his franchise number for 2018 would be around $35 million for one season, which no one is going to pay.Cousins reportedly has no intention of signing a long-term deal before Wednesday’s franchise tag deadline, as he would rather negotiate a contract after Washington is forced to pay him a minimum of $23.94 million for 2017. His logic is explained in further detail here.There
Report: Chargers likely to franchise tag Melvin Ingram
Just minutes after the Arizona Cardinals announced they were using the franchise tag on Chandler Jones, ESPN’s Adam Schefter dropped a bomb reporting the Los Angeles Chargers intended to do the same to pass rusher Melvin Ingram.Along with a few others, who were already known to be facing the tag. This is a smart move for Los Angeles, as Ingram is an up-and-coming star. He totaled 18.5 sacks the past two seasons and is a devastating book-end to Joey Bosa for the Chargers.Suddenly, the once robust pass-rushing market this spring is dwindling.Mario Addison, another top pass rusher who was about to hit free agency, was locked up by the Carolina Panthers Sunday on a three-year, $22.5 million deal.Jones and Ingram, if he is tagged, are set to earn $14.6 million guaranteed unless they work out long-term deals with their respective teams. At this point, perhaps the best pass rusher set to hit the market is Jason Pierre-Paul, who is seeking a deal similar to the one Olivier Vernon hauled in last year.
Cardinals use franchise tag on Chandler Jones
Following up on a pledge from earlier this month, the Arizona Cardinals have used the franchise tag to lock up pass rusher Chandler Jones. Cardinals president Michael Bidwill said recently that the team would use the franchise tag to keep Jones from hitting the open market (more on that here).This move pays Jones roughly $14.75 million guaranteed this year if the two parties do not come to an agreement on a long-term deal. It’s hard to say Jones is not worth it, however. He was the team’s best outside pass rusher last season, racking up 11 sacks, four forced fumbles and 49 total tackles.Still just 26 years old, Jones is just now coming into the prime of his career. He would have commanded top dollar in the open market as a free agent, and the Cardinals will have their work cut out to come to an amenable long-term deal.Even if that doesn’t happen before now and the start of camp, the Cardinals will be happy to have Jones rushing the passer for at least one more year after making a trade for him before l
Report: Steelers, Brown making progress on extension
Wide receiver Antonio Brown and the Pittsburgh Steelers are reportedly making major progress in contract extension talks.According to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport, the two sides have made “significant progress” and hope to have a deal in place before free agency starts on March 9. Expect Brown to get paid in line with what the top receivers in the game make. He was set to make a comparatively paltry $4.71 million in 2017, so the All-Pro who caught 12 touchdowns last year will get compensated. It sounds like it’s getting done pretty quickly, too -- far sooner than the original goal.
Browns release WR Andrew Hawkins, save $1.8 million
The Cleveland Browns, seemingly always devoid of much talent at the receiver position, have released receiver Andrew Hawkins. A serviceable, productive receiver throughout his six-year career, Hawkins caught 123 passes for 1,424 yards and five touchdowns the past three years in Cleveland.By releasing Hawkins, the Browns cleared up $1.8 million of cap space, which is hardly worth mentioning since they have more than $100 million in cap space heading into the new league year to lead all NFL teams.The move was not one-sided, however. Hawkins and the Browns mutually parted ways, a decision that was made last week. Though he’s not a big-name player, it stands to reason Hawkins will receive a fair amount of interest around the league. He’s a quick, shifty receiver who had a 63-reception season in 2014, and at the age of 30 still has plenty of mileage left on his wheels.
Adrian Peterson’s father hints at solution for son to stay with Vikings
If Adrian Peterson and his father share the same opinion about Peterson’s future in Minnesota, the Pro Bowl running back may be willing to compromise in order to remain in a Vikings uniform.Peterson is scheduled to count $18 million against the salary cap in 2017, and it’s no secret that the Vikings have no intention of keeping him on their roster at that cost. Over the weekend, Peterson’s father Nelson spoke about his potentially taking less money.“Finishing your career in one place (has value),” Peterson said, per “I look at how Arizona treated Larry (Fitzgerald), how they are taking care of guys who have been there.”Fitzgerald took less than market value when he signed an extension with the Cardinals in 2015, and he has remained one of the most important parts of the team’s offense. He made $11 million last season — significantly less than the top-paid receivers in the NFL — and led the league with 107 receptions.Peterson will turn 32 next month, and running backs typically ta
Report: Jets likely to try and trade Sheldon Richardson
The New York Jets are reportedly making another effort to move Sheldon Richardson somewhere else.ESPN’s Rich Cimini says the Jets will “almost certainly” try to trade the defensive end, who is due $8.1 million in 2017 which will become fully guaranteed on March 9.Richardson doesn’t fit the Jets’ defensive scheme, and the team will likely ask for a first-round pick in return. It may be asking too much and they may have to settle for a lower pick to get him off the books.The 26-year-old played in 15 games in 2016, tallying 38 tackles and 1.5 sacks.The Jets tried to trade Richardson at least season’s deadline, and when they failed, things only got worse for him off the field. It doesn’t seem like there are many plausible scenarios in which he stays with the team next season.
Rob Gronkowski wants to play ‘as long as I possibly can’
Despite undergoing eight surgeries in his NFL career, 27-year-old New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski has no plans to retire any time soon.During an interview with ESPN’s Cari Champion, Gronk said there is “no doubt” he’ll be ready to rock and roll for the start of the 2017 season. When asked how much longer he’s going to keep playing in the league, he said: “I’m not really sure. I still love playing the game, and as of right now, I want to play as long as I can possibly play. My mindset is to keep on going.”Last season, Gronkowski missed eight regular season games and had to watch from the sideline as the Pats won their fifth Super Bowl title. He suffered a season-ending back injury that ended up requiring surgery (his third back surgery since 2009). This marked the fifth straight year in which he failed to play all 16 games due to injury.When healthy, there aren’t many offensive playmakers that can affect a defense like Gronkowski. He’s a nightmare matchup, at 6-foot-6 and 265
Joe Thomas puts the NFL Scouting Combine on blast
Count Cleveland Browns tackle Joe Thomas as a guy who doesn’t much care for the NFL Scouting Combine.The combine comes under fire each year. Some call it the Underwear Olympics, others point out the medical check is the most important aspect and the rest is offseason filler for fans.It’s rare, though, to see a current player come out and talk trash about it. Thomas, though, didn’t hold back Monday: Don’t worry—Thomas brought examples of how silly the process is when a fan asked what teams talked with him about: Those are silly questions and not the first story fans have heard about teams flinging dumb topics at prospects in an effort to catch them off guard.Some will side with Thomas. Drills at the combine can’t tell teams much more than they already know thanks to film. The interviews are overdone, but the medical checks are quite important.On the other side of the spectrum, though, one can’t blame teams for going through the process based on how much money they will invest in these players. Th
49ers sound willing to trade the No. 2 pick
The San Francisco 49ers seem to be a in great position with the No. 2 pick in the upcoming 2017 NFL draft.A team stuck in one of the biggest rebuilds around, the 49ers could use the pick to find a potential franchise quarterback or simply take the best player available.Or trade the pick outright.This sounds like a route general manager John Lynch is willing to go, according to Eric Branch and Vic Tafur of the San Francisco Chronicle:"We could stay pat right there and find a fabulous player, a game-changing player. It gives us a lot of flexibility to do some other things if we chose to be bold. There are going to be people that covet the pick we have, so there’s going to be some people that want to move up."It isn’t the worst option in the world for a team that just won two games and arguably has more holes on the roster than any team in the league.But the price has to be right—which is a problem. Upward trades require prospects worth moving up for and a team willing to make huge sacrifices for such a pr
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