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Pittsburgh Steelers: Breaking Down 5 Toughest, 5 Easiest Games on 2015 Schedule

Every year it seems as though the Pittsburgh Steelers play to the level of their competition. That may be a positive in 2015 as Mike Tomlin’s team faces the toughest schedule in the National Football League. According to John Breech of CBSSports.com, Pittsburgh’s opponents had a combined record of 147-102-2 for a winning percentage of.579. Show More Summary

Ex-NFL Player, Husband of Hope Solo, Pleads to California Drunken Driving Charges

Former National Football League player Jerramy Stevens, the husband of U.S. women's soccer goalkeeper Hope Solo, pleaded no contest on Thursday to drunken driving charges stemming from his arrest near Los Angeles, prosecutors said.

Lawyer in NFL Concussion Deal Says an Appeal Would Be 'Selfish'

A major architect of the landmark concussion settlement reached with the National Football League on behalf of retired players said on Thursday it would be "selfish" for anyone to appeal the deal.

Hardy Domestic Violence Suspension Sends Powerful Message As Case Heads To Appeal and Maybe Court

The National Football League has suspended Dallas Cowboy defensive end Greg Hardy 10 games in connection with criminal charges related to a domestic violence incident.The suspension is precedent setting, powerful and substantial. It's also being appealed. Show More Summary

NFL concussion deal wins approval, silencing critics for now

The National Football League won final court approval of a $765 million settlement of ex-player head-injury claims, overriding criticism that the money still falls short and the deal terms are... To view the full story, click the title link.

Cowboys' Hardy Suspended 10 Games Without Pay

Dallas Cowboys defensive end Greg Hardy has been suspended without pay for 10 games for conduct detrimental to the National Football League, the league said on Wednesday.

National Football League Concussion Settlement Gets Final Approval

A federal judge gave final approval on Wednesday for the settlement of a lawsuit against the National Football League (NFL) brought by former players over concussions, according to court documents.

Philadelphia Eagles: Breaking Down 5 Toughest, 5 Easiest Games on 2015 Schedule

The National Football League has released its schedule for the 2015 season, and on paper, the Philadelphia Eagles appear to have the most favorable schedule they've had in years. A quick glance at the schedule shows that the Eagles will play 12 games on Sundays, two on Mondays and one each on Thursday and Saturday. Show More Summary

Los Angeles Suburb Votes to Approve NFL Stadium Plan

Lawmakers in a Los Angeles suburb on Tuesday night voted to approve construction of a 70,000-seat National Football League stadium that could accommodate a proposed return of the San Diego Chargers and the Oakland Raiders.

Which Teams Got Hosed by the 2015 NFL Schedule?

The slate is set. The National Football League released the full schedule for 2015 on Tuesday. It begins with the Super Bowl champion New England Patriots playing host to the Pittsburgh Steelers on Thursday, September 10, and wraps up when the St. Show More Summary

Tim Tebow 'Tebowing Pretzel' Snack a Surprise Hit Among Philadelphians

National Football League quarterback Tim Tebow is getting a unique welcome from a business in the city of brotherly love.

Doug Buffone, Longtime Linebacker for NFL's Chicago Bears, Dies

Doug Buffone, a linebacker who played 14 seasons for the National Football League's Chicago Bears before retiring in 1980 as the franchise's all-time leader in games played, died on Monday at the age of 70, the team said.

Racial Slurs Shouldn’t Be Trademarked

Washington, D.C.’s National Football League team uses a racial slur for its name. Several Native Americans brought a lawsuit to cancel the team’s trademarks, and the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office’s tribunal determined that the team’s...Show More Summary

EXOS Earns NSF Certification -- Important For Athletes Subject To Drug Testing

EXOS, a leader in preparing football players for the National Football League Draft and well into their professional careers, has become NSF Certified for Sport for its new line of nutritional supplements.

Star Quarterback Winston's Lawyer Calls Florida Rape Suit a 'Stunt'

A lawyer for college football star quarterback Jameis Winston, a contender for the top pick in the upcoming National Football League draft, on Friday labeled as a "stunt" the lawsuit filed a day earlier in a Florida court by a woman who says he raped her.

Top NFL prospect Jameis Winston sued by Florida woman over alleged 2012 rape

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College football star quarterback Jameis Winston, a contender for the top pick in the upcoming National Football League draft, was sued on Thursday in Florida court by a woman who says he raped her in 2012. The lawsuit, which seeks financial damages, comes at a time of increased scrutiny of the...

Vikings' Peterson Reinstated by the League

Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson, who was suspended by the National Football League (NFL) for using a tree branch to discipline his son, has been reinstated, the league said on Thursday.

Adrian Peterson Officially Reinstated by NFL: Latest Details, Comments, Reaction

Running back Adrian Peterson will once again be an active member of the Minnesota Vikings' roster after officially receiving his reinstatement from the National Football League. The league announced Peterson's reinstatement on Thursday, via Fox Sports' Mike Garafolo. Show More Summary

The NFL Has Reinstated Adrian Peterson

Minnesota Vikings player Adrian Peterson has been reinstated -- effective April 17 -- the National Football league announced in a statement on Thursday. Starting tomorrow, Peterson may participate in all scheduled activities with the Vikings. Peterson was suspended without pay on Nov. Show More Summary

Ex-NFL Star Hernandez's Murder Conviction Poses Legal Challenge

The intense publicity around Wednesday's conviction of former National Football League star Aaron Hernandez for a 2013 murder will make it more difficult to seat an impartial jury in the next trial he faces, on charges of a 2012 double slaying.

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