New Orleans Saints running back Mark Ingram will miss at least a month after breaking his hand in Sunday's 26-24 loss to the Cleveland Browns, per ESPN's Adam Schefter. When asked to divulge into specifics about the injury, head coach Sean Payton was vague. "Nothing now," Payton said, according to the Saints' official website. Show More Summary
EARTH CITY, Mo. -- ESPN NFL Insiders Adam Schefter and Chris Mortensen reported Monday afternoon that upon the completion of the new NFL drug policy, St. Louis Rams receiver Stedman Bailey is one of 20 players who will be reinstated. According to the report, the deal is expected to be finalized in the next 24 hours. Show More Summary
New Orleans Saints running back Mark Ingram reportedly suffered a hand injury in the team's Week 2 loss against the Cleveland Browns and will miss considerable time. Adam Schefter of ESPN reported the news: Ramon Antonio Vargas of The...Show More Summary
The Saints will be without their leading rusher for the next several games. According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, tailback Mark Ingram sustained a hand injury in Sunday’s loss at Cleveland and will miss “about a month.” The Saints’ bye is in Week Six (Oct. 12). On the timetable reported by Schefter, Ingram’s status for the…
Ray Rice is expected to appeal his indefinite suspension from the NFL, sources confirmed to ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter. Rice was released by the Baltimore Ravens this past Monday, just hours after TMZ released a video of the star running back punching his then-fiancée in a casino elevator
Josh Gordon's suspension is expected to be reduced to eight games. We break down the fantasy implications. Cleveland Browns receiver Josh Gordon is expected to be suspended for eight games, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter. This coincides...Show More Summary
Welker, Scandrick, and others who tested positive for amphetamines in the offseason should also have their suspensions lifted.
The Browns could see Gordon for half of the season if Adam Schefter's report is right. If the National Football League and NFL Players Association can reach agreement on a new drug policy, Cleveland Browns wide receiver Josh Gordon will...Show More Summary
Arizona Cardinals linebacker John Abraham suffered a concussion in the team's win over the Chargers on Monday night, and it may have been one too many for him. According to Adam Schefter, Abraham left the team after the game, possibly for good. Read more...
John Abraham, one of the top pass rushers in NFL history, may be close to retiring after suffering a concussion in the Arizona Cardinals’ opener Monday night. The linebacker, 35, left the team and, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, may not return. Abraham reportedly has been suffering from memory loss for over a year and […]
The NFL and the league's Players Association continue to work toward a new drug policy, with a vote coming Tuesday, per ESPN.com's Chris Mortensen and Adam Schefter. It's a situation being watched especially closely by the ClevelandShow More Summary
For all the talk of celebrity ownership groups, the favorite to purchase the Buffalo Bills long has been a gas and oil man few outside of upstate New York could pick out in a lineup. And according to ESPN's Adam Schefter, that man —Show More Summary
Seahawks cornerback Jeremy Lane left last Thursday’s win over the Packers with a groin injury that coach Pete Carroll said would keep him out of the lineup for a while. Adam Schefter of ESPN reports that a while will be at least eight weeks. Schefter reports that Lane will go on injured reserve with the…
This has to be the NFL’s worst nightmare. The day after the first full Sunday of games in the 2014 season, all the talk was of a new video showing Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice knocking out his then-fiancee last February. Two of the most prominent reporters who cover the NFL for national TV […]
ESPN's Adam Schefter has been all over SportsCenter this morning to discuss the newly released video of Ray Rice knocking out Janay Palmer, and he has gone weapons free. Read more...
ESPN's top NFL reporter Adam Schefter went on SportsCenter Monday morning and criticized the NFL and the Baltimore Ravens over the Ray Rice fiasco. It's about as passionate as you'll ever see the normally stoic Schefter. In the wakeShow More Summary
The Texans could make a quarterback change sooner rather than later. We break down the fantasy implications. Texans quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick could be on the hot seat, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter. The recently-acquired RyanShow More Summary
In a SportsJournalists.com message board thread on this week's excellent Adam Schefter profile in the Washington Post, one long-memoried poster recalled a wonderful story from Schefter's days on the Broncos beat, one of the better and meaner sports media pranks of all time. Read more...
Packers right tackle Bryan Bulaga has reportedly suffered yet another ligament tear in his left knee. Bulaga sustained a torn MCL in Green Bay’s Thursday night loss at Seattle, ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported Friday. According to Schefter, the timetable for Bulaga’s recovery is unclear. The report did not specify the degree of Bulaga’s tear. The…