The Rams and Jeff Fisher took a gamble in drafting CB Janoris Jenkins and it's one of several moves that has paid off so far this season.
Ryan Mathews could become "somebody else's fumbler," Alex Smith almost never looks deep and Jared Allen has earned the Lions' respect.
The Cowboys signed former Chiefs CB Brandon Carr to a five-year deal worth a reported $50.1 million, which is an awfully steep price.
The Rams continue to make their presence felt around the league with the tentative signing of CB Cortland Finnegan, their top target in free agency regardless of position.
The Rams have reached an agreement with free-agent CB Cortland Finnegan on a five-year deal worth $50 million, ESPN's Adam Schefter first reported Tuesday evening.
CB Cortland Finnegan's time in Tennessee is up, he confirmed to Jim Wyatt of The Tennessean.
CB Cortland Finnegan is a Pro Bowl-caliber talent who displayed poor leadership skills and a hot temper prior to last season, which could hamper his marketability.
Titans CB Cortland Finnegan, a free agent at season's end, has said and done all the right things this season, but doesn't know what his future with the Titans holds.
The Titans are one of the league's biggest surprises, but getting off the field on third down and igniting the running game are areas of concern.
Titans CB Cortland Finnegan stated on Sunday he will be at practice this week, just days after it appeared he was going to hold out for a new contract.
Titans CB Cortland Finnegan left training camp Friday night and then did not show up for a team meeting on Saturday morning, according to reports.
We hear the Titans are likely to be pleased that CB Cortland Finnegan has taken on more of a leadership role by organizing team workouts during the lockout.
Players across the NFL are staging their own workouts to stay sharp during the lockout. But is the risk worth the reward?
NFL players are locked out of their team facilities due to the ongoing labor negotiations, but that hasn't stopped some players from meeting up with teammates and getting work done.
Texans WR Andre Johnson and Titans CB Cortland Finnegan were each fined $25,000 by the NFL on Monday for fighting in Sunday's game. Neither was suspended.
Texans WR Andre Johnson and Titans CB Cortland Finnegan were each ejected during the fourth quarter of the team's game today after exchanging punches.
Here is a recap of the fines handed down by the NFL on Friday for actions taken in Week Four.
The NFL fined Titans CB Cortland Finnegan and DE Jason Babin $5,000 apiece for unnecessary roughness penalties in Sunday's win over the Giants.