The NFL is going soft.
Former NFL player Greg Hardy, whose off-field behavior drove him from professional football, is attempting to become a mixed martial arts fighter.
Colin Kaepernick’s protests against police shootings and racial inequality have been minimized by many because he was the San Francisco 49ers’ backup quarterback, playing behind the lightly regarded Blaine Gabbert. Now he will have a more prominent role as the Niners have named him their starter for Sunday’s game at Buffalo.
If there’s anything we have learned this year, it’s that somehow, some way, the race for the presidency and the Cleveland Browns can always get worse.
Tom Brady stepped on to the field in Cleveland to cheers and “Welcome back Tom!” signs.
Antonio Brown made another distinctive footwear choice on Sunday – but he again discovered that the NFL doesn’t take kindly to rule breaches.
Not one person managed to call all six games correctly in last week’s edition of our Pick Six contest, but this is not the time to feel downhearted.
Ben McAdoo, the first-year head coach of the New York Giants, made a brief statement and took several questions from reporters after his team practised on Wednesday. The first nine questions happened to be about the Green Bay Packers, Sunday’s opponent. McAdoo was a Packers’ assistant for eight seasons, the last two as a coach for quarterback Aaron Rodgers.
Dallas police investigating who shot Aqib Talib in Dallas this summer believe they’ve found the culprit: and he’s called Aqib Talib.
The silent protest Colin Kaepernick started over a month ago has grown into a full movement. On Sunday, Washington’s star wide receiver DeSean Jackson became the latest athlete to make a statement about police killings. He risks a fine from the NFL and perhaps more signifiant punishment by wearing special shoes painted with yellow caution tape for the team’s home game against Cleveland.
The Miami Dolphins beat the Oakland Raiders 38-14 at Wembley Stadium as the 2014 NFL International Series kicked off.
Colin Kaepernick will remain as San Francisco’s quarterback for Sunday’s game against the Buccaneers, despite a challenging reintroduction to the NFL that saw his team fall to a 45-16 loss against Buffalo on Sunday.
NFL quarterback Tim Tebow is fast becoming a sporting phenomenon- how far can he take the Denver Broncos?
Colin Kaepernick finds himself a less isolated figure these days.
The Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Doug Baldwin has offered a thoughtful take on US society in the wake of Donald Trump’s presidential election victory.
Like a fine wine, three-time Super Bowl-winning quarterback Tom Brady told CNBC that he strives to get better as he enters his 14th NFL season.
Ryan Fitzpatrick and the New York Jets are having relationship troubles.
Arizona Cardinals general manager Steve Keim has compared rookie wide receiver John Brown to Anquan Boldin as his pre-season and training camp form continues to earn praise.
The vice president of America's NFL has confirmed he is exploring the possibility of bringing the sport to West Ham United's new Olympic Stadium home.
An NFL wake-up call: During the 2016 Super Bowl, Denver Broncos cornerback Aqib Talib will don a high-tech helmet to safeguard against head injury.
Take two quarterbacks. QB1 throws for 281 yards, one touchdown and two interceptions.
A new poll suggests player protests over the national anthem are hurting NFL rating this year. We're not so sure about that.
The NFL’s war on player celebrations continues, and now the officials are on the frontline.