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Bill O'Brien to Return to Texans: Latest Comments and Reaction

After two playoff appearances in three seasons, Houston Texans head coach Bill O'Brien will return in 2017. Rumors swirled that O'Brien could leave the team due to tension with general manager Rick Smith, according to Mike Florio ofShow More Summary

Oakland Raiders file move to Las Vegas

The Chargers franchise packed up their bags and moved to Los Angeles this week. The Los Angeles Chargers makes it two teams in LA, joining the Los Angeles Rams. Now it appears another team is on the move. The Oakland Raiders filed papers...Show More Summary

Packers vs. Cowboys: Updated Odds, Stat Predictions for 2017 NFC Divisional Game

Two of the NFL's most storied and popular franchises, the Green Bay Packers and Dallas Cowboys, will clash on Sunday over a spot in the NFC Championship Game. The teams met in Week 6 at Lambeau Field, with the Cowboys cruising to a 30-16...Show More Summary

Steelers vs. Chiefs: Updated Odds, Stat Predictions for 2017 AFC Divisional Game

A trip to the AFC Championship Game will be on the line Sunday night when the Pittsburgh Steelers take on the Kansas City Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium. The teams faced off in Pittsburgh in Week 4, when the Steelers steamrolled the Chiefs, 43-14. The big trio of Ben Roethlisberger, Le'Veon Bell and Antonio Brown went off in that one. Show More Summary

Patriots’ Malcolm Mitchell out vs. Texans

The Patriots will not be at full strength at wide receiver tonight against the Texans. New England receiver Malcolm Mitchell has been ruled out, according to Adam Schefter of ESPN. Mitchell is officially listed as questionable with a knee injury. Mitchell had 32 catches for 401 yards and four touchdowns in the regular season. He…

Which Atlanta Falcons player should the Seattle Seahawks watch out for?

The Seattle Seahawks and Atlanta Falcons face off in what many expect to be a tough matchup for both teams. Since both teams faced off in the 2012 playoffs, Seattle has the edge in the series 2-1. Seattle surely wants to do whatever they can to maintain the edge on Atlanta. Show More Summary

Pass or fail: Los Angeles Chargers logo, version 2.0

After getting absolutely trashed on social media for much of Thursday, when they revealed their new logo in anticipation of their move from San Diego, the Los Angeles Chargers went back to the drawing board. And came up with this: In...Show More Summary

Philip Rivers Comments on Chargers Moving to Los Angeles

One day after the Chargers announced their impending move from San Diego to Los Angeles, quarterback Philip Rivers commented on the relocation Friday. In an interview with Xtra 1360 Fox Sports Radio (h/t ESPN.com's Eric D. Williams),...Show More Summary

NFL Playoffs 2017: Dates, Matchups and Bracket Breakdown for Weekend

The NFL playoffs get a dose of much-needed intrigue in the divisional round after a ho-hum start. Nevertheless, postseason football is postseason football, and the upcoming free agency and NFL draft elements of the offseason make for a good time. Show More Summary

Jason Tarver to interview for Washington DC job

Washington continues to add to its search for a defensive coordinator, with a fourth name joining the list. According to Master Tesfatsion of the Washington Post, former 49ers linebackers coach Jason Tarver is scheduled to interview. Former Bills coordinator Rob Ryan met with them today, and they’ve also interviewed former Browns head coach Mike Pettine…

What was the key reason to the Seattle Seahawks downfall this season?

The Seattle Seahawks did not accomplish their main goal of this season. Win the Super Bowl. Since 2015 when the Seahawks lost the Super Bowl to the New England Patriots, Seattle has lost in the divisional round for back-to-back seasons. Show More Summary

Chiefs' Andy Reid believes holding should have been no-call

Chiefs coach Andy Reid doesn't believe the holding penalty on left tackle Eric Fisher that cost Kansas City a tying 2-point conversion against Pittsburgh on Sunday night should have been called        

Carroll: Sherman played 2nd half of season with knee injury

Seattle Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said on his radio show Monday morning that cornerback Richard Sherman played the second half of the season with a sprained MCL in his knee        

Aaron Rodgers 1st QB to Throw for 350+ Yards in Consecutive Postseason Games

Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers finished Sunday's 34-31 win over the Dallas Cowboys with 356 yards passing. In doing so, he became the first signal-caller to throw for at least 350 yards in consecutive playoff victories, according to the Elias Sports Bureau (via ESPN). Show More Summary

Josh McDaniels to Return as Patriots OC: Latest Comments and Reaction

Despite heavy interest from head coach-needy teams throughout the NFL, Josh McDaniels will remain the New England Patriots offensive coordinator. " At this time, best for family and myself to remain here in New England," McDaniels said...Show More Summary

Could Chip Kelly be Jaguars' new offensive coordinator?

Going to Kelly's up-tempo offense would be a bold move for new coach Doug Marrone.        

Storylines to watch during NFL's championship week

Great teams, great quarterbacks, revenge among subplots.        

Richard Sherman had knee injury, Seahawks didn’t report it

For much of the 2016 season and into this year’s playoffs, Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman would get days off practice that the Seahawks would claim on their official injury report were “not injury related.” Now the Seahawks are admitting that an injury did affect Sherman for much of the season. Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said…

Richard Sherman Injury: Updates on Seahawks Star's Knee and Recovery

Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman played with an MCL injury during the 2016 NFL season, coach Pete Carroll revealed Monday. Continue for updates. Sherman Had Knee Injury During Season Monday, Jan. 16 "He has some regrets about...Show More Summary

Bill O'Brien Comments on Brock Osweiler's Future as Texans' Starting QB

While Brock Osweiler is signed through the 2019 season, the Houston Texans may have doubts about his long-term future with the team after his underwhelming 2016 campaign. Texans head coach Bill O'Brien declined to give any assurances about Osweiler being the starting quarterback in 2017, according to Sarah Barshop of ESPN.com. Show More Summary

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