Aaron Rodgers insisted his focus is returning to his previous form and letting everything else take care of itself for the Packers.
Rookie running back Alvin Kamara and several other recently injured Saints have returned to practice, providing New Orleans hope of getting back several regulars as they try to maintain their slim lead atop the NFC South
After a 0-4 start, the Chargers have rebounded to the point where they will meet the Chiefs with the division lead on the line
Joe Webb is wearing blue again, which makes the Bills the opposite of blue. According to Mike Rodak of ESPN.com. the Bills third-string quarterback was back to wearing a blue offensive jersey in practice Thursday, instead of the red ones reserved for quarterbacks. That makes it reasonable to assume the Bills feel good about the [more]
Last week, Browns owner Jimmy Haslam said that both coach Hue Jackson and chief strategy officer Paul DePodesta will return next year. It’s now looking less and less likely that at least one of them will be back. With new G.M. John Dorsey saying that the prior regime “didn’t get real players” and with DePodesta [more]
Browns General Manager John Dorsey has been on the job for less than a week, but that’s been enough time for him to draw some conclusions on the roster left behind by his predecessor at the top of the Browns personnel department. Sashi Brown’s tenure was marked by moves that accumulated a lot of draft [more]
When the Cowboys cut Damontre Moore in October, they said it was strictly for on-field football reasons. However, a report at the time said Moore had been in a street fight just days earlier. Now TMZ has video of that fight. It appears to show that a group of other men started the fight with [more]
Like Doug Jones, MDS has an insurmountable lead (seven games) with three weeks left. Like Roy Moore, I’m not conceding. Although it’s going to require plenty of skill and luck. This week, we disagree on only three games. Which means I need a sweep in order to even have a remote chance to catch him. [more]
Robert Griffin III claims that the Ravens offered him a contract this year. And indeed they did. Per a league source, the offer came at or about the start of training camp. The terms aren’t known, but Griffin obviously wasn’t offered enough to get him to accept the deal. (Griffin contends that the offer came [more]
Panthers quarterback Cam Newton is one of the greatest rushing quarterbacks in NFL history. But when it comes specifically to running for touchdowns, Newton isn’t just great compared to other quarterbacks. He’s even great compared to running backs. Newton has five rushing touchdowns so far this season. And he’s had at least five rushing touchdowns [more]
The Panthers are going to need their entire secondary to be sharp Sunday, since they’re expecting to see a fresh Aaron Rodgers. But one member might be a little grumpy about his role in it. According to Joe Person of the Charlotte Observer, Munnerlyn left practice Wednesday because he was unhappy about his role in [more]
When there’s something strange and your PED test isn’t good, who ya gonna call? In the case of Jets wide receiver Jeremy Kerley, you’re gonna call the Ghostbusters. Kerley’s four-game suspension for a violation of the league’s performance-enhancing drug policy came to an end this week and Kerley said he still doesn’t know how a [more]
Now that the NFL Commissioner finally has a new contract, the Commissioner can get back to the business of the NFL. And one important item of business continues to be the manner in which the NFL metes out discipline against players for off-field misconduct. Asked by reporters on Wednesday whether the league needs to revamp [more]
John Mara, co-owner of the Giants. And master of the obvious. Speaking to reporters on Wednesday at an ownership meeting in Dallas, Mara addressed the league’s ongoing difficulties regarding proper application of the concussion protocol. “Whenever you’re dealing with human beings there’s going to be mistakes made,” Mara said, via NFL.com, as to recent glitches [more]
Faced with a prime-time game featuring two teams already knocked from playoff contention, NBC got creative.
In this edition of our Fond Farewells, we look at the Indianapolis Colts, whose season practically ended when Andrew Luck couldn't make it back from shoulder surgery.
In our latest edition of Fond Farewell, we look at what the Denver Broncos can do to fix their offense.
The Cowboys need to bolster the interior of their D-line and could use a 3-technique player like Christian Wilkins, according to McShay.
With Nick Foles taking over at QB, the metrics show that the Eagles are still strong favorites in each of their final three regular-season games.