NFL Doctor Sends Strong Response To House ReportThat study concluded that NFL officials improperly sought to influence the process.
Atlanta, Miami, Los Angeles Selected To Host Super BowlsThe NFL awarded Super Bowls to Atlanta, Miami and Los Angeles, three cities that made significant financial investments in new stadiums or recently upgraded an existing one.
NFL Expands Replay System To Include More Reviewable PlaysThe NFL has voted to expand its current replay system to include more reviewable plays.
Still Plenty Of Air In 'Deflategate' Court CaseIn the appeal filed on Monday, Brady's lawyers said that Commissioner Roger Goodell's "biased, agenda-driven, and self-approving 'appeal' ruling must be vacated."
Panthers' Thompson Cited In Accident That Injured Ex-Duke QBCarolina Panthers linebacker Shaq Thompson was cited for a head-on accident that injured former Duke quarterback Anthony Boone over the weekend, a North Carolina Highway Patrol trooper said Monday.
College Receiver Troy Flutie, NFL Star's Nephew, Charged With DUIBoston College receiver Troy Flutie has been suspended from the football team after police charged him with operating a vehicle under the influence of liquor.
Eric Ebron Is The Lions Player With The Most To Prove, Says ESPNEbron's draft position meant he came to Detroit with higher expectations than a normal tight end, something that he hasn't yet lived up to.
Titans Agree To Terms With 8th Pick Overall Jack ConklinThe Tennessee Titans have agreed to terms on a deal with offensive tackle Jack Conklin, the eighth overall pick in the draft.
Tom Brady To Appeal 'Deflatgate' Suspension AgainTom Brady will appeal his four-game suspension by the NFL, seeking a second hearing before the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court.
The Lions Picked Twitter Fight With The Packers And LostTwitter drama between sports teams never gets old.
Jaguars Rookie Jalen Ramsey Tears Meniscus During WorkoutsThe Jacksonville Jaguars have had little luck with first-round draft picks the past two seasons.
Capitol Hill Buzz: NFL Returns Money Used To Honor TroopsArizona Sens. John McCain and Jeff Flake had complained that the Pentagon spent more than $10 million in marketing and advertising contracts with professional sports teams between 2012 and 2015 for what the senators dubbed "paid patriotism."