Fresh off being ranked No. 11 by his peers in "The Top 100 Players of 2016," Josh Norman wasn't about to let anyone try to convince him there aren't any shutdown cornerbacks in the NFL.
Amid the hooting and hollering at Washington Redskins minicamp, there's a different sound in the air during running back drills. Coaches whack at the football with Matt Jones carrying it, and it beeps. The Redskins are one of five NFL teams using so-called beeping or whistling footballs to emphasize ball security.
Arian Foster is still on the market. Jesse Pantuosco checks out a few potential landing spots for him in this week's Bump and Run.
Jamison Crowder believes Washington boasts the top receiving corps in the NFL after the addition of Josh Dotson to Jordan Reed, DeSean Jackson and Pierre Garcon. How do the 'Skins stack up?
Free agent cornerback Charles Tillman is hoping to return to the Carolina Panthers for a 14th NFL season. According to the New Orleans Times-Picayune, Carolina is the only team Tillman wants to play for in 2016 once he is fully recovered from the torn ACL that cost him a chance to play in the Super Bowl last season. "I just want to play for Carolina," Tillman said Saturday as he assisted former Chicago Bears teammate Matt Forte with his annual football camp in Slidell, La. Tillman helped the Panthers to a 15-1 regular-season record last year before the injury in Week 17 forced him out of the team's run to the Super Bowl.