Elijah Riley's journey back home — and through the NFL — began with one of the saddest moments of his young life.
The NFL has suspended Bucs receiver Antonio Brown, safety Mike Edwards and former Bucs receiver John Franklin III three games without pay for using fake COVID-19 vaccination cards.
Panthers star running back Christian McCaffrey is heading back to injured reserve, the team announced Monday. He’ll miss the remainder of the year.
PITTSBURGH (AP) — The Pittsburgh Steelers have placed star outside linebacker T.J. Watt on the COVID-19 list.
Dallas Cowboys coach Mike McCarthy checked into the team hotel the day after the Thanksgiving game as a precaution with COVID-19 infections spreading on his staff.
In Zach Wilson’s return off a knee injury, the No. 2 overall pick struggled. Wilson threw for under 150 yards with a rushing touchdown and an interception.
After missing the last four games, Zach Wilson will be back under center for the Jets against the Texans.
The big news in Cleveland on Sunday was that Baker Mayfield failed to meet his mandatory media obligations after the Browns' dreary 13-10 win against the Detroit Lions.
According to popular lore, when the American humorist Mark Twain was asked about rumors that he was gravely ill, he replied, “The reports of my death are greatly exaggerated.”
Jason Garrett is out.
The massive canopy rises from the Los Angeles landscape, providing cover for the spectacular stadium beneath it.
Tough season so far, but a few seeds of hope sown last week.
Bucs receiver Antonio Brown obtained a fake COVID-19 vaccination card so he could avoid NFL protocols, according to his former live-in chef.
It was another blowout-filled weekend in the NFL, only this time several of teams on the losing end came from teams near the top of the standings.
Chargers offensive coordinator Joe Lombardi learned early on in his time working with first-year head coach Brandon Staley to be ready with a fourth-down call in nearly any situation.
Say this for the Carolina Panthers: They don’t stay dull for long.
Adam Schefter exists as a stooge for NFL power brokers. That’s less of a criticism than it is a straightforward description of what it means to be ESPN’s top voice of a sport.
When Mike White walks into the Jets locker room he still hears his teammates chanting his name.