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Source: Texans release RB Duke Johnson

Duke Johnson, who rushed for 235 yards and had a career-low 28 receptions while backing up David Johnson in 2020, has been released by the Texans, a source told ESPN.

NFL’s minority hiring rate nearly doubled

The number of minority hires for open positions in the NFL nearly doubled to 34.6% in 2021.

Giants’ Solder intends to play in ’21 after opt-out

Nate Solder, who opted out of the 2020 season because of concerns for his family with COVID-19, has yet to discuss his future with the Giants, but said he intends to return in '21 if the situation is right. He is scheduled to make $10 million in '21.

Why drafting a quarterback in the first round might not be Panthers’ preferred plan

Many teams try to solve QB issues by taking one in the first round. The data doesn't necessarily support that approach in terms of finding a playoff-winning QB.

How the Denver Broncos can win their offseason

Retaining players such as Justin Simmons, Tim Patrick, Alexander Johnson and Phillip Lindsay is a start, as is adding to the quarterback position.

From Curtis Samuel to draft, Washington has options to add speed at WR

All eyes are on the quarterback situation, but adding a deep threat on offense is a priority and there are several playmakers available.

Kyler donates 60K meals to Texas food bank

Kyler Murray, who is from the Dallas area, donated 60,000 meals to the North Texas Food Bank in the wake of last week's crippling winter storm.

Rams’ McVay reflects on good times with Goff

Rather than focus on what wrong with Jared Goff, Rams coach Sean McVay wanted to reflect on the good times with his former quarterback on Thursday.

Source: Ravens’ Brown explores trade possibility

The Ravens' Orlando Brown, who made the Pro Bowl after moving from right tackle to left tackle after the injury to Ronnie Stanley last season, wants to stay on the left side and is exploring trade possibilities, a source told ESPN.

Now what for Russell Wilson? Four potential trade scenarios, plus what the Seahawks would want

Wilson doesn't want out of the Pacific Northwest quite yet, but he has four teams he's open to in case it gets to that point.