Jets cornerback Revis' court date Thursday on fight claims (Yahoo Sports)
New York Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis has a court date next week on criminal charges stemming from a fight after he turned himself in to police and was later released on a non-monetary bond. Revis' attorney has said Revis was physically assaulted by a group of at least five people. Police say the fight started when a man began recording a video of Revis and Revis grabbed his phone and tried to delete it.
Dolphins sign Cameron Wake to 2-year contract extension (Yahoo Sports)
The Miami Dolphins have signed defensive end Cameron Wake to a two-year contract extension. The 35-year-old Wake is coming off a Pro Bowl season, one year removed from an Achilles injury. The Dolphins were 9-2 after Wake was added to the starting lineup, and he became just the third player to register 10 or more sacks at the age of 34 or older.
Ex-Cardinal Floyd pleads guilty, gets 24 days in jail (Yahoo Sports)
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (AP) -- New England Patriots wide receiver Michael Floyd has pleaded guilty to second offense extreme drunken driving and been sentenced to 24 days in jail.
Former NFL running back Trent Richardson arrested in Alabama (Yahoo Sports)
Former NFL running back Trent Richardson is facing a misdemeanor domestic violence charge in Alabama. Police in the Birmingham suburb of Hoover say the 26-year-old Richardson was jailed Friday with bond set at $1,000. A police statement says officers received a call about yelling coming from a guest room at a hotel Thursday night.
Chargers tackle arrested for violating order of protection (Yahoo Sports)
Los Angeles Chargers offensive tackle King Dunlap is free on $1,000 bond after being arrested inside his girlfriend's home for violating an order of protection. Nashville police found Dunlap inside the home of his girlfriend Thursday night. The eight-year NFL veteran has started 65 of 98 games with Philadelphia and the Chargers.
49ers hire Saleh as DC, Hightower as special teams coach (Yahoo Sports)
SANTA CLARA, Calif. (AP) -- The San Francisco 49ers have hired Robert Saleh as defensive coordinator and Richard Hightower as special teams coordinator for Kyle Shanahan's new staff.
Former Rams, Jets RB Zac Stacy announces retirement (Yahoo Sports)
Former NFL running back Zac Stacy announced that he has retired from playing football after three seasons in the pros, a career cut short by a broken ankle in 2015. In a post on Instagram on Thursday that he titled ''Thank You Football,'' Stacy says playing football was ''a life changer'' for him and thanked those who supported him throughout his playing career. Stacy, who did not play in the NFL last season, finishes with 1,355 yards rushing and nine TDs, along with 53 catches for 358 yards and a score.
Falcons hire 7 assistants, including Flood, Weis Jr (Yahoo Sports)
The Atlanta Falcons have finalized their revamped coaching staff, less than two weeks after their disheartening loss in the Super Bowl to New England. The Falcons announced Friday seven new hires, including former Rutgers head coach Kyle Flood as assistant offensive line coach and offensive assistant Charlie Weis Jr., the son of the long-time coach. Also added to the staff under head coach Dan Quinn: Dave Brock (offensive assistant), Bush Hamdan (quarterbacks coach), Charlie Jackson (defensive assistant), Justin Outten (offensive assistant) and Jess Simpson (defensive assistant).
Jaguars re-sign oft-injured offensive tackle Josh Wells (Yahoo Sports)
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (AP) -- The Jacksonville Jaguars have re-signed offensive tackle Josh Wells.
Triplette resigns as head of refs union, Steratore steps in (Yahoo Sports)
Jeff Triplette has resigned as president of the NFL Referees Association and will be replaced by Tony Steratore. Triplette led the officials union since 2013. Steratore, a back judge for 17 seasons, has been a vice president of the NFLRA the last four years.