Wide receiver Josh Gordon has cleared waivers and is re-signing with the Kansas City Chiefs practice squad, NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero reported on Tuesday.
It was an expected move as Pelissero reported Monday that the team’s intention was to get him back on the practice squad if he was not claimed after being waived.
Gordon was inactive in each of the Chiefs’ playoff games so far and in the regular season saw action in 12 games with seven starts, five receptions on 14 targets for 32 yards and a touchdown.
As noted by Pelissero Monday, Gordon will receive the same playoff check plus a practice squad check for the duration of the playoffs because he was on the 53-man roster for eight games.
In the aftermath of Super Bowl LVI, Baltimore Ravens defensive tackle Calais Campbell put to rest any speculation that he will retire, but it remains to be seen whether he’ll be back in 2022 as a Raven, or in a different uniform.
Odell Beckham is believed to have suffered a torn left ACL in the Los Angeles Rams’ Super Bowl LVI win over the Cincinnati Bengals, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported Monday. Beckham left the game in the second quarter with the injury and did not return.
The Miami Dolphins are hiring Frank Smith as their offensive coordinator. Smith most recently served as the Los Angeles Chargers run game coordinator/offensive line coach under Brandon Staley.
With the 2021 NFL season officially in the rearview mirror, it’s time for teams across the league to focus on what’s really important: love.
Perhaps no call — or non-call — of Super Bowl LVI garnered more attention than Tee Higgins’ apparent facemask foul of Rams star cornerback Jalen Ramsey on his 75-yard touchdown catch in the third quarter.
Van Jefferson had no time to celebrate the Los Angeles Rams’ Super Bowl title Sunday night, as he had to celebrate something even bigger — the birth of his son.
With the Rams becoming the second consecutive team to win the Super Bowl in their home building, the ’22 NFL season will kick off where it ended. Kevin Patra takes a look at L.A.’s possible opponents.
Matthew Stafford led the Rams on a go-ahead scoring drive to give Los Angeles a 23-20 lead with less than two minutes remaining in Super Bowl LVI, then was forced to watch his defense attempt to preserve it.
Cincinnati QB Joe Burrow said after Sunday’s Super Bowl loss that he had his knee checked out and would again when the team gets back to Cincinnati, but said the knee “feels good.”
After his comeback aided the Rams’ secondary down the stretch, defensive back Eric Weddle, who suffered a torn pec in the Super Bowl win, is “re-retiring.”
The Rams took home the second Lombardi Trophy in the franchise’s history in a narrow victory over the Bengals on Sunday night. Notable figures from around the world took to social media to react to L.A.’s Super Bowl LVI victory.
Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Cooper Kupp hauled Super Bowl LVI Most Valuable Player honors after hauling in the game-winning pass in his team’s 23-20 win over the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday.
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