Adam Schefter

Adam Schefter

Father, Husband, Son, Brother, University of Michigan graduate, masters degree from Medill, NFL Insider for ESPN.

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Despite the snowstorm in KC, all Chiefs players now have arrived at Arrowhead Stadium, per sources. Players who were caught in traffic and in accidents on the way to the stadium did call ahead to Chiefs’ officials, and now all have made it.

Bucs’ OT Donavan Smith, nursing ankle and knee injuries, is inactive today vs. Detroit, snapping his streak of 77 consecutive starts.

Seahawks’ inactives today include DEs Jadeveon Clowney and Ziggy Ansah, LB Mychal Kendricks, and CB Shaquill Griffin.

Sources expect Jaguars to make significant changes after season:

After winning the toss, Cowboys QB Dak Prescott told the official they wanted to kick and did not say “we’ll defer.” Thus, the Cowboys kicked off to begin the game and will kick off to start the second half.

Vikings’ RB Dalvin Cook has been declared out for the rest of the game with a shoulder injury.

Cowboys get ball to start second half. All is right in the world.


Antonio Brown and the Patriots reached agreement on a 1-year deal worth up $15 million that includes a $9 million signing bonus, per source.

Dayton, 9 El Paso, 20 Virginia Beach, 12 Aurora, Ill., 5 Thousand Oaks, 12 Pittsburgh, 11 Annapolis, 5 Santa Fe, Tx., 10 Parkland, 17 Sutherland Springs, Tx., 26 Las Vegas, 58 Orlando, 5 Ft. Lauderdale, 5 Burlington, Wash., 5 Only the sites and numbers change; nothing else does.

For every tweet with #SaluteToService  today, the will donate $25 to its military non-profit partners. Please make this a very costly day for the NFL....

Falcons punter Matt Bosher just made one of the hardest tackles of the season.

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Richard Sherman Deshaun Watson Andrew Luck Aaron Rodgers Odell Beckham Jr. Brandon Marshall Zach Miller Jason Peters Joe Thomas Marshall Yanda JJ Watt Whitney Mercilus Eric Berry Dalvin Cook David Johnson Darren Sproles Ryan Tannehill Julian Edelman Allen Robinson Way too many.

After today’s workout in Atlanta, an NFL executive at Colin Kaepernick’s throwing session said his arm talent is “elite” and is the same as when he came out of college. He said that Kaepernick threw the ball well.