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NFL to Interview Matthew, Peppers, Harrison in PEDs Probe

Clay Matthews, Julius Peppers and James Harrison will be interviewed next month by NFL officials in connection to a media report that linked them to the use of performance-enhancing drugs.

Television Review: Bill Simmons as TV Host: Heavy on Sports and Cursing

An ESPN alum makes his debut on HBO, but his new talk show, “Any Given Wednesday With Bill Simmons,” stays on familiar turf.

N.F.L. Is Teaming With Cirque du Soleil to Draw New Fans

The two high-flying acts will open an interactive exhibit and theater in Times Square next year.

Von Miller Gets Back on the Football Field _ at His Camp

Back in his element, Von Miller danced to the delight of his audience, got his hands on plenty of footballs and infused every minute with hearty laughter.

Seahawks Give Rookies Extensive Course in NFL Transition

Pete Carroll stood at the front of the auditorium just like he would for any other meeting as the head coach of the Seattle Seahawks.

Ex-Vanderbilt Football Player Found Guilty in Rape Trial

A Tennessee jury found a former Vanderbilt University football player guilty on Saturday for the June 2013 rape of an unconscious female student in a case drawing national attention to sexual assaults on college campuses.

Dish Blacks Out NFL Network

Dish Network Corp has dropped the National Football League-owned sports channels, NFL Network and NFL RedZone, from its programming lineup.

Miller Makes It Clear He'll Sit Out 2016 if No Deal Is Done

The Denver Broncos' summer break began with an ominous message from superstar Von Miller. The Super Bowl MVP suggested he'll sit out the 2016 season if general manager John Elway doesn't meet his contract demands over the next month...

Stars and Dollar Signs: Cowboys Set for Move to New Facility

Charlotte Jones Anderson wants to save a few special details for her father to see when Dallas owner Jerry Jones moves into the team's new headquarters this summer.

Rams Wrap Up Offseason, Move Forward in 'Odyssey of 2016'

After the linemen entertained their teammates by fielding — and mostly dropping — a few punts on a postcard-perfect Thursday on the California coast, the Los Angeles Rams' yearlong road show was ready to move on.

Panthers Sign Rivera to 1-Year Contract Extension

The Panthers have signed Ron Rivera to a one-year contract extension that will keep the two-time NFL coach of the year with the team through the 2018 season.

Ravens Release Eugene Monroe, Who Advocated for Medical Marijuana

The Ravens tried to trade the seven-year veteran, who had been hampered by injuries, but talks with the Giants fell through.

Lawrence Phillips Was Found With 'Do Not Resuscitate' Note

Imprisoned former NFL running back Lawrence Phillips had a "Do Not Resuscitate" note taped to his chest when he was found hanging in his cell, according to a California coroner's report released Wednesday.

Kathryn Smith Easing Into Her Role as Bills Assistant Coach

With Buffalo Bills special teams coordinator Danny Crossman barking orders at the kickoff return players at one end of the practice field, Kathryn Smith stands at midfield overseeing the coverage unit.

Giants Receiver Victor Cruz Takes Next Step in Recovery

After missing all of last season, wide receiver Victor Cruz is inching closer to playing for the New York Giants.

Cowboys Back McFadden Breaks Elbow, Likely Out to Start Camp

Dallas running back Darren McFadden fractured his right elbow in an accident at home and will likely be sidelined at the start of training camp.

U.S. Judge Dismisses Fans' Lawsuit Against NFL Over 'Deflategate'

A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit against the National Football League by a group of New England Patriots fans angry about the league's handling of the "Deflategate" scandal, saying they lacked legal standing to sue.

Curley Johnson, Punter for Super Bowl-Winning ’69 Jets, Dies at 80

Johnson began playing for the Jets when they were the New York Titans and helped them upset the Baltimore Colts in Super Bowl III.

Rape Retrial Arguments to Begin for Ex-Vanderbilt Football Player

Opening arguments are due to begin on Monday in the retrial of a former Vanderbilt University football player nearly a year after a judge declared a mistrial following his conviction for the June 2013 rape of an unconscious female student.

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