Nothing real, but there were a ton of rumors to have fun with over the weekend. Here are some of the stories you might not have seen.
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Life without Darnell Dockett officially began late last week for the Arizona Cardinals.
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The post-Niners signing interview by Dockett.
The Quarterback for the Arizona Cardinals joins Jody and MJ to talk about the state of his rehab and the progess he's made. He seems to be ahead of schedule, so what is he looking forward to next? They have plenty of weapons, so the playoffs and beyond are hopefully in the team's near future.
"You lose the spirit," Arians said Sunday at a golf tournament to benefit his family's foundation. "I'll miss Darnell because he's one of my personal friends. I wish him all the best. It was a good business decision for him."
Maclin will reportedly reunite with Andy Reid in Kansas City.
The Patriots will keep one of their top defensive players.
The All-Pro will sign with Miami for a record six-year, $114 million deal, per reports. But the Lions aren't ready to let Suh go without a fight. The free agent defensive tackle can't sign a new contract until Tuesday at 4 p.m. ET.
The Patriots won the Super Bowl, but Chris Evans and Chris Pratt weren't going to deny kids in the Seattle Children's Hospital an awesome day.
Dream come true!
The veteran tailback is headed to Philadelphia for his 11th season.
Johnson was a victim of a drive-by shooting, and another person he was with has died.
A big contract will quiet reports that McCoy was bummed out to be brought to the Bills.
Mark Sanchez will remain in Philadelphia after all, agreeing to a two-year deal.
The lanky cornerback became a coveted target in free agency after starting the past two years in Seattle.
Darrelle Revis and his representatives aren't technically allowed to engage in the NFL free agency tampering period but he's expected to hit the open market, where he'll draw interest from several teams.
Football is won and lost in the trenches, making these men highly coveted on the open market.
The class has plenty of second-tier options as well.