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Seahawks 24, Giants 7: The Seahawks Are a Little Dysfunctional. They’re O.K. With That.

Things got heated on Seattle’s sideline during a 24-7 victory over the struggling Giants, but the Seahawks players insist it is not a concern to them.

Jets Go From Rolling to Rolled in One Quarter Against Dolphins

The Jets’ 14-point lead disappeared in the fourth quarter as Miami avenged a 20-6 loss last month.

N.F.L. Week 7: Top Injuries and a Patriots vs. Falcons Rematch

Who will establish themselves atop the league after six up and down weeks? Stay here for live scores, updates and analysis.

Marshawn Lynch Is Suspended for a Game After Shoving an Official

Lynch, who has the option of appealing the suspension, was ejected from the Raiders’ game against the Chiefs on Thursday after he shoved the line judge Julian Mapp.

N.F.L. Week 7 Picks: Patriots Over Falcons (Again) in Super Bowl Rematch

A Super Bowl rematch is poorly timed, with the Atlanta Falcons coming off consecutive losses. The Rams should win, and the Chiefs should get back on track. Here are our picks against the spread.

Fantasy Football: Who to Start in N.F.L. Week 7

Start Matt Ryan against the N.F.L.’s worst defense. Adrian Peterson is back on track, and worthy of a start this week.

Ready, Set, Gone! The N.F.L.’s Disappearing Huddle.

For more than a century, the huddle has been one of the most defining fixtures of American football. But in today’s N.F.L., it’s slowly disappearing.

After Two Days of Talks, N.F.L. Owners Leave Anthem Rules Intact

Although most owners want their players to stand during the anthem, they’re not willing to mandate it right now.

N.F.L. Owners Won’t Penalize Players for Kneeling During Anthem

The owners on Tuesday opted not to rewrite regulations to require standing for the anthem and met for hours with players to discuss supporting social causes.

Cowboys’ Ezekiel Elliott Seeks Restraining Order to Get Back on the Field

The N.F.L. Players’ Association has asked a U.S. District Court to issue a restraining order that would allow the Dallas Cowboys star to rejoin the team.

On Pro Football: Another Star Falls as Aaron Rodgers Joins the N.F.L.’s Infirmary

A week after Odell Beckham Jr. and J.J. Watt sustained season-ending injuries, Rodgers broke his right collarbone. And the N.F.L. rule book was powerless to stop it.

Colin Kaepernick, Who Began Anthem Kneeling, Files Complaint Against N.F.L.

Kaepernick, the former 49ers quarterback who has not been signed by another team, will assert a conspiracy by owners to keep him out of the league.

Patriots 24, Jets 17: Jets, Outperforming Expectations, Are Outdone by the Patriots

In a game that few would have expected to be competitive before this season began, New England needed some good fortune to defeat the Jets.

Aaron Hernandez’s Family Drops C.T.E. Suit Against N.F.L., for Now

The family, which sued last month in federal court in Boston, left open the possibility of refiling the case in a different court.

Ezekiel Elliott’s 6-Game N.F.L. Suspension Reinstated by Court

The Cowboys running back could miss the next six games after the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit sided with the N.F.L.

N.F.L. Week 6 Picks: Chiefs Over Steelers; Packers Over Vikings

The Chiefs look to remain perfect, while the Jaguars hope to quit their Jekyll and Hyde routine. Here are our picks against the spread.

Fantasy Football: Who to Start in Week 6

Deshaun Watson has become a must start in the fantasy game, but Ben Roethlisberger faces a tough matchup and is coming off one of the worst performances of his career.

ESPN Suspends Jemele Hill After Response to Jerry Jones’s Comments

The Dallas Cowboys’ owner said he would bench any players who “disrespect the flag.”

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