New York Jets passing game specialist Gregg Knapp has died following a cycling accident.
Kevin and Donnie discuss Aaron Rodgers turning down a contract extension.
You don’t think Tom Brady can be any better than he was in his first season with the Bucs? Hold my avocado tequila.
Two NFL teams remain under 50% vaccinated less than two weeks from the start of training camp, a person familiar with the vaccination rates told The Associated Press.
At the very least, it appears that Steelers quarterback Dwayne Haskins has been unable to scramble out of another prickly situation this offseason.
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Former Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman was arrested Wednesday morning after crashing his black Mercedes sedan and then trying to force entry into his in-laws’ Redmond residence, according to Redmond police and Washington State Patrol.
Quarterback is the most important position in football, which is why teams will do whatever it takes to obtain one.
Jaguars quarterback Trevor Lawrence is signed, sealed and waiting to deliver.
The Jaguars were among three teams disciplined by the NFL Thursday for violating the no-contact rule for offseason practices.
Seahawks fans who have been eagerly hoping they might someday get to see Russell Wilson, DK Metcalf and the rest of the current generation of players wear throwback uniforms once worn by the likes of Dave Krieg and Steve Largent should soon get their wish.
Carl Nassib is the new Jackie Robinson.
The Dallas Cowboys have plans to bid on the National scouting combine in hopes of bringing it to North Texas, a source told The Dallas Morning News.
New York Mets ace Jacob deGrom was legally searched without cause Monday, while Chicago Cubs shortstop Javier Báez was unilaterally penalized for a midgame brain freeze.
Vito Chirco of SI All Lions reviews the recent comments made by Calvin Johnson regarding his efforts to get traded or released by the Detroit Lions.
Carl Nassib, a defensive lineman with the Las Vegas Raiders, became the first active NFL player in league history to announce that he is gay.
Las Vegas Raiders defensive end Carl Nassib on Monday became the first active NFL player to come out as gay.
Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott won “the Good Guy Award” from the local chapter of the Pro Football Writers Association because of his consistency in making himself available to the media in 2020, despite the personal and collective woes the team’s 6-10 campaign.