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Former Bears Tackle McDonald Arrested in California for Violating Restraining Order

Former Chicago Bears defensive tackle Ray McDonald, released by the National Football League (NFL) franchise after his arrest this week in Northern California, was arrested again on Wednesday on suspicion of violating a restraining order, police said.

'Hard Knocks: Training Camp With the Houston Texans' to Premiere Tuesday, August 11 on HBO

HBO Sports, NFL Films and the Houston Texans team up for an all-access look at what it takes to make it in the National Football League when HARD KNOCKS: TRAINING CAMP WITH THE HOUSTON TEXANS debuts in August.

Predicting NFL Records That Will Fall During the 2015 Season

Records are made to be broken, or so the old saying goes. That certainly holds true in the National Football League. Not a season goes by where we don't see records fall, be they the sort set in a single year or those that take a career to surpass. 2015 is sure to be no exception. Show More Summary

Indianapolis Colts: Full Breakdown and Depth Chart Analysis at Quarterback

The most important position in the National Football League is quarterback, there is no debate on that. Fortunately for the Indianapolis Colts, there is also no debate on who will carry the team at that position for 2015, as well as for years to come. Andrew Luck is, for all intents and purposes, the franchise. Show More Summary

Massachusetts Bar Creates Free Brady Blonde IPA to Protest QB's Suspension

Unhappy with the National Football League's Deflategate discipline, New England Patriots fan and bar owner Chuck Horne has found a way to support Tom Brady after the league suspended the Patriots quarterback. Twitter user @matthewawyman...Show More Summary

Football List revised: Brett Favre now #1

As Free Agency, blockbuster trades and shocking retirements are rocking the National Football League we here at have completed our revisions for the next potential class for the Football Hall of Fame. Annually a major...Show More Summary

Patrick Willis Retires

Speculated yesterday, but made official today, San Francisco 49er Linebacker, Patrick Willis has announced that at the age of 30 he will be retiring from active competition in the National Football League.The news has taken many by surprise...Show More Summary

Maurice Jones-Drew Retires

After nine seasons in the National Football League, Running Back, Maurice Jones-Drew has elected to formally retire as a player.Chosen in the second round of the 2006 NFL Draft by the Jacksonville Jaguars, Maurice Jones-Drew would eventually...Show More Summary

RIP: Ed Sabol

It is a sad day in the National Football League as the founder of NFL Films and Pro Football Hall of Fame Inductee, Steve Sabol passed away in his home in Scottsdale, Arizona at the age of 98. Sabol, along with his son Steve transformed...Show More Summary

Kyle Orton Retires

It was announced that Quarterback, Kyle Orton has informed the Buffalo Bills that he plans to retire from the National Football League. Orton took over as the Bills starter in week 5 this season, taking over for the ineffective E.J. Manuel and would go 7 and 5 this year. Show More Summary

RIP: Orlando Thomas

It is with much sadness that we learned that Orlando Thomas passed away after a battle with ALS, more commonly known as Lou Gehrig’s disease. Thomas played all seven of his National Football League seasons with the Minnesota Vikings, where he played Safety. Show More Summary

The #75 of Mean Joe Greene retired tonight

When you think of the Pittsburgh Steelers, the National Football League franchise with the most Super Bowl Championships, you would almost automatically think that they would have the most, or close to the most retired numbers in the NFL. Show More Summary

RIP: Rob Bironas

As you may be aware by now, former National Football League Place Kicker, Rob Bironas died due to an automobile accident. He lost control of his Yukon Denali on the curve of a road near his home in Nashville, Tennessee and was pronounced dead at the University of Vanderbilt Medical Center. Show More Summary

Jabari Greer Retires

It was announced that Jabari Greer, the Cornerback, most recently with the New Orleans Saints has called it a career in the National Football League. Greer was an undrafted Cornerback from the University of Tennessee in 2004 who latched on with the Buffalo Bills, eventually securing a starting role with the team. Show More Summary

Tony Gonzalez: Next Stop Canton

Tony Gonzalez played his final game today in the National Football League today, ending what should be a Hall of Fame career. Gonzalez joined the Atlanta Falcons four seasons ago in hopes of playing for a Super Bowl winner, but unfortunately,...Show More Summary

London Fletcher to retire

Today, the very popular Washington Redskins Linebacker, London Fletcher announced that he is unlikely to return to Pro Football next season. His success in the National Football League was not expected, as the undersized player (he is...Show More Summary

RIP: Mike McCormack

The world of American Football lost another legend in Mike McCormack. He entered the Football Hall of Fame in 1984 after a great career in the National Football League. His best seasons were with the Cleveland Browns where he was named to six Pro Bowls and helped them capture two Football Championships. Show More Summary

Donovan McNabb: Retired for good

Donovan McNabb officially retired from the National Football League and did so as a member of the Philadelphia Eagles. The Quarterback last played in with the Minnesota Vikings in 2011, where his last few years were not exactly at aShow More Summary

Brian Urlacher Retires

It was expected by many but made official today. Brian Urlacher, who spent his thirteen seasons in the National Football League as the face of their franchise and star Linebacker for the Chicago Bears called it a career today after testing free agency this past off season when his contract was not resigned. Show More Summary

Randy Moss Retires?

Is it news if we don't think it will really happen? Today, contoversial and ubertalented Wide Receiver Randy Moss announced that he was retiring from the National Football League. Moss became equally known for his effortless acrobatic catches as he was for his off field antics. Show More Summary

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