New York Giants head coach Ben McAdoo jokingly observed how there really isn’t any way to stop Aaron Rodgers by likening the Green Bay Packers quarterback to Superman.
New York Jets head coach Todd Bowles doesn’t believe poor locker room chemistry played a role in the team’s disappointing 5-11 season, despite a handful of players making that assertion.
With the Buffalo Bills deciding to cut loose Rex Ryan on Tuesday, Bill Belichick has seen yet another AFC East coaching rival get fired.
A handful of Washington Redskins fans admirably demonstrated that there are some things far more important than an outcome of a football game during Monday night’s showdown with the Carolina Panthe
Washington Redskins tackle Ty Nsekhe on Tuesday did his part to lift the spirits of a young girl who may be especially hurting this holiday season.
When Odell Beckham Jr.
Russell Wilson set aside how the injury-plagued Seattle Seahawks offensive line struggled mightily this season and gave each member of the much-maligned crew a TV for Christmas.
It goes without saying Green Bay Packers fans are among the hardiest of NFL fan bases.
If Trevor Siemian wanted to get on the good side of the Denver Broncos offensive line, he may have come up with a pretty “sweet” way of doing it.
Colin Kaepernick, despite being on a terrible 1-13 San Francisco 49ers team, has been at the center of the NFL season’s biggest stories due to his decision to kneel during the national anthem t
Calvin Johnson made it abundantly clear this week that despite retiring at the young age of 30 there are no plans whatsoever to return to professional football.
Jerry Jones continued his effusive praise of Tony Romo, saying the benched quarterback took “everybody” in the Dallas Cowboys organization “off the hook” with his sincere stat
Pittsburgh Steelers running back Le’Veon Bell joined the chorus of critics who have called out the NFL for not fining Ezekiel Elliott for his Salvation Army bell touchdown celebration.
Vontaze Burfict was up to his old dirty tricks again during Sunday’s game against the Pittsburgh Steelers, specifically by being called for a 15-yard personal foul for hitting Ben Roethlisberger la
Jerry Jones recently admitted that he has intentionally fueled the Dallas Cowboys’ quarterback controversy involving incumbent starter Dak Prescott and the sitting Tony Romo.