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Lions' second-round pick Swift signs contract

Detroit Lions running back D'Andre Swift signed his four-year rookie contract on Saturday, reported. The total value of the deal is expected to be around $8.5 million with a signing bonus of approximately $3.8 million.

Report: Newton in New England for physical, finalize deal

Quarterback Cam Newton is in New England to complete his physical and finalize his one-year, $1.75 million contract, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported on Saturday.

Agent: Browns TE Njoku wants trade

Tight end and former first-round pick David Njoku has asked the Cleveland Browns for a trade, his agent told ESPN's Adam Schefter on Friday.

Reports: NFLPA recommends no preseason games

The NFL Players Association remains opposed to playing any exhibition games before the regular season due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Redskins reviewing name, change reportedly forthcoming

The Washington Redskins announced Friday that they "will undergo a through review of the team's name," a day after FedEx urged them to change it.

FedEx asks Redskins to change team nickname

FedEx, the namesake of the Washington Redskins' stadium, is asking the team to change its controversial nickname.

Reports: NFL to play 'Black national anthem' in Week 1

As part of its pledge to fight racial injustice, the NFL reportedly will play "Lift Every Voice And Sing" ahead of all Week 1 games this fall.

Report: NFLPA hasn't signed off on 2-game preseason

The NFL Players Association reportedly has not yet signed off on an abbreviated, two-game preseason.

Report: Patriots guarantee Newton only $550K

New England Patriots quarterback Cam Newton is guaranteed only $550,000 under terms of his incentive-heavy deal, NFL Network reported Thursday.

Report: Investment firms lobby sponsors to cut ties with Redskins

A group of investment firms and shareholders is lobbying Nike, FedEx and PepsiCo to end their sponsorship agreements with the Washington Redskins unless the team changes its nickname, Adweek reported Wednesday.

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