Sean Wagner-McGough

CBS Sports Writer /

Packers all-time leading rusher Ahman Green arrested, allegedly struck daughter

According to a police report, he faces six years in jail and/or a $10,000 fine

Report: Michael Floyd sentenced to one day in jail after testing positive for alcohol

Floyd has claimed that he failed the test due to drinking too much kombucha

Tamba Hali 'wasn't too pleased' with the Chiefs' decision to fire GM John Dorsey

The Chiefs went 43-21 under Dorsey's guidance

Cam Newton hits important checkpoint in recovery from shoulder surgery

Newton still isn't 100 percent, but he's on track to be ready in time for the season

Cardinals' Bruce Arians: Byron Leftwich 'will be a head coach early and fast'

Leftwich, the former Jaguars QB, is in the middle of his first season as the Cardinals' quarterbacks coach

Ex-Browns first-round pick Justin Gilbert reportedly suspended one year

Gilbert, most recently played with the Steelers, but his impact was minimal

O.J. Simpson to have parole hearing in July, could be released in October

Four parole commissioners will question Simpson via closed-circuit TV

Ex-NFL tackle Ryan O’Callaghan details how Chiefs changed his mind about suicide

O’Callaghan, who came out as gay, revealed how he nearly ended his life over his sexual orientation

Warren Sapp opens up about his memory issues, will donate his brain for research

'It's the most frightening feeling ... you feel like a child. I need help,' Sapp said

Why the Tennessee Titans are set up to finally end their lengthy playoff drought

The Titans haven't made the playoffs since 2008, but their streak is on the verge of snapping

Ranking the nine best landing spots for ex-Jets receiver Eric Decker

From the Browns to the Bears to the Ravens, let's rank the best destinations for the ex-Jets receiver

Panthers' Greg Olsen reportedly wants a new deal that pays him like a top tight end

That makes sense considering that's exactly what Olsen is

Sean Wagner-McGough joined CBS Sports in 2015 after graduating from UC Berkeley. A native of Seattle, Sean now resides in the Bay Area. He spends his spare time defending Jay Cutler on Twitter.