Tony Romo made his Instagram debut last week with a video featuring adorable sons Hawkins and Rivers tossing around the old pigskin.
Johnny Manziel may be in the midst of making a serious bid at an NFL comeback, but that doesn’t mean he won’t give credit where credit is due as he tries to resurrect his career.
Former NFL running back Arian Foster engaged in an arguably absurd Twitter commentary over the weekend about how he could beat a wolf in a fight.
Deion Sanders without question is among the most brash, brazen and confident — not to mention athletically gifted — players ever to suit up in an NFL uniform.
Despite previous reports to the contrary, the word now is the Pittsburgh Steelers have “no interest” in free agent wide receiver Terrelle Pryor.
New San Francisco 49ers general manager John Lynch has a novel take on the complete dearth of quarterbacks on the team: “Somewhat liberating.
Charlotte Jones Anderson, Jerry Jones’ daughter, understands all too well the potential pitfalls and scandals that social media presents.
Houston Texans head coach Bill O’Brien provided an encouraging update concerning the status of J.J. Watt’s surgically repaired back.
FOX 26 Houston KRIV reporter John Donnelly was doing one of those patented “Person on the Street” segments recently and found himself blissfully unaware he was interviewing NFL superstar
Tony Romo may have quite a few things going on in his life at the moment — to put it mildly — but the veteran quarterback nevertheless made time Wednesday to make his debut on Instagram.
Chicago Bears general manager Ryan Pace described Jay Cutler’s status with the team as “fluid,” despite reports the team is desperately trying to trade him.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Wednesday addressed the controversy surrounding Jameis Winston’s recent speech to elementary schoolchildren, acknowledging the quarterback “made a mistake.
Dallas Cowboys executive vice president Stephen Jones indicated Tuesday there are no “definitive plans” to meet with Tony Romo’s representatives this week at the NFL Scouting Combin
Mohamed Sanu took to Twitter to dispute the notion he blamed Lady Gaga’s lengthy halftime show for the Atlanta Falcons’ historic collapse in losing Super Bowl LI.
The Atlanta Falcons inexplicably blew a 25-point lead to lose 34-28 in overtime to the New England Patriots in Super Bowl LI.