The Minnesota Vikings have rolled out the welcome mat for fans heading into the first two home games of the 2020 NFL season. Unfortunately, opening the doors at U.S.
Bill Belichick was unsurprisingly tight-lipped when asked Friday to confirm reports that Cam Newton has locked up the starting quarterback spot.
Al Michaels will be back this fall as the play-by-play man for “Sunday Night Football,” but some changes are in store related to his role at NBC.
Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott offered up a different take on peaceful pregame protests that is expected to be front and center throughout the 2020 NFL season.
Bill Belichick’s star turn in a series of spots for Subway continues, as the second commercial featuring the New England Patriots head coach’s hit social media on Wednesday.
Kirk Cousins offered up a soberingly grim outlook that downplayed the risks of contracting COVID-19, bluntly stating, “If I die, I die.
Bill Belichick stunned a lot of people by agreeing to star in a Subway ad campaign which launched Tuesday with a Subway commercial starring the New England Patriots head coach.
Joe Judge has raised some eyebrows with the unique way he has conducted the first training camp of his head-coaching career with the New York Giants.
Tom Brady fired off a tweet Monday in response to one from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in which the team’s social media squad showcased the defense having the upper hand on a play during camp.
Jerry Jones conceded Friday that attendance at Dallas Cowboys home games at AT&T Stadium is unlikely to exceed 50% capacity at any point during the upcoming season.
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell recently conceded the league erred in its initial handling of the player protest movement launched by now-exiled quarterback Colin Kaepernick.
Brian Urlacher recently took to social media to condemn NBA players for boycotting Wednesday’s slate of playoff games to protest the recent shooting of Jacob Blake by police officers in Kenosha, Wisc.
Ben Roethlisberger is entering his 17th season and coming off a campaign in which a shoulder injury limited him to only two games.
The Cavaliers, Browns and Indians all shared the news on Twitter on Thursday morning.
Julian Edelman is back to his social media hijinks, and his latest dispatch features some Photoshop hilarity though which he portrays himself as Batman.