Quintin Mikell was cut by one team and agreed to terms with another on Tuesday, although neither move will be official until Friday.
The NFL released the official 2011 preseason schedule on Tuesday, finalizing times and dates for all 64 games.
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell announced Thursday that the 2011 Hall of Fame game between the Bears and Rams has been canceled.
If the lockout ends in the coming days, and the Bears and Rams can report to camp next week, PFW's Kevin Fishbain says the Hall of Fame game should be played.
The NFL refuted a report by the Chicago Sun-Times and said the Aug. 7 Hall of Fame game between the Bears and Rams is still scheduled to be played.
After benefiting from the addition last season of DT Fred Robbins, we hear the Rams could be on the prowl for more familiar veteran free-agent defenders this offseason.
The Rams have announced that they will hold their training camp in St. Louis at their home facility instead of going to a college campus, the fourth team to do so as a result of the lockout.
We hear Rams OLB David Vobora, who recently was awarded $5.4 million in a lawsuit, is more likely to be a spot starter and key special-teams player in 2011 than the starting weak-side ’backer.
PFW identifies four players from the NFC West who are ready for coming-out parties in 2011 (clockwise from left) — Dan Williams, Bradley Fletcher, Russell Okung and Anthony Davis.
Doing his best Casey Kasem imitation, PFW executive editor Dan Arkush takes a stab at identifying the NFC West's top 40 players, regardless of position.
Readers believe that the Jaguars will be leaving Jacksonville and heading to the West Coast after responding to the poll question, "Which NFL franchise is most likely to move to Los Angeles."
The on-again, off-again relationship between the Giants and DE Osi Umenyiora hit another snag with the news that Umenyiora said GM Jerry Reese lied to him about his contract.
The way we hear it, the Rams wouldn't mind at all if first-round rookie Robert Quinn and 11-year veteran James Hall become attached at the hip — both on and off the field.
Tim Leiweke, CEO of the group trying to build a stadium in downtown Los Angeles, has spoken with representatives of the Vikings, Chargers, Raiders, Rams and Jaguars about the proposed venue.
After serving 20 months of a two-year sentence stemming from a gun incident at a Manhattan nightclub in late November of 2008, Plaxico Burress is being released from prison Monday.