Redskins release former 49ers CB Chris Culliver

General manager Scot McCloughan announced Monday the cornerback was being released after the team signed free agent Josh Norman away from the Carolina Panthers. Additionally, the Redskins selected Kendall Fuller during the third round of last week’s NFL Draft.


Titans swap picks with Broncos, draft Kalan Reed as ‘Mr. Irrelevant’

The Tennessee Titans, after completing a trade with the Denver Broncos to acquire the 253rd overall pick on Saturday, drafted the Southern Mississippi cornerback with the draft’s final selection. Reed is the 41st Mr. Irrelevant after former wide receiver Paul Salata began the tradition way back in 1976.

Cardale Jones drafted by Bills in the fourth round

Cardale Jones, the former third-string Ohio State quarterback who led the Buckeyes to a national championship title, was drafted by the Buffalo Bills Saturday afternoon with pick No. 139, the final selection of the fourth round.

Buffalo Bills selects Reggie Ragland after trading for No. 41 overall pick

After a trade with the Chicago Bears moved the Bills up eight spots in the second round of Friday’s NFL Draft, general manager Doug Whaley selected Alabama linebacker Reggie Ragland with the No. 41 overall pick.


The Difference Maker: Antwione Williams NFL Draft Georgia Southern

Underrated coming out of high school, Williams failed to yield attention from either ESPN or Rivals during the initial recruiting phase. He would go on to start six games over his first two seasons with the Eagles, however, his junior and aforementioned senior seasons would be breakout years on the field — Williams would finish second on the team in tackles his junior year with 65, and first the following season with 107. For his efforts, Williams received honorable mention All-Sun Belt Conference honors both years.

San Francisco 49ers become first to adopt Rooney Rule

When Super Bowl 50 came to the Bay Area, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell announced that the league would be implementing a Rooney Rule for women working in the league, ensuring at least one woman would be interviewed for all executive openings in the league office. Tuesday, the 49ers became the first NFL team to implement the same policy — the franchise began letting staffers know the same policy would be implemented for all business-side positions within the organization.