Fans Can Look Forward To Some Major Changes In NFL GamesTime to celebrate?
The Latest: Owners Approve Replay Chances For OfficiatingNFL owners approved having referees use a hand-held tablet for video replay reviews, eliminating "going under the hood," and also centralized final decisions on such calls.
NFL Players Push Lawmakers On Criminal Justice ReformBut for Malcolm Jenkins of the NFL's Philadelphia Eagles, convincing politicians to enact meaningful changes to the nation's criminal justice system is much harder.
NFL Owners Approve Raiders' Move To Las Vegas, So What Now?NFL owners approved the Raiders' move to Las Vegas 31-1 at the league meetings Monday.
Keidel: Raiders Bound For Sin CityThe Oakland Raiders will move to Las Vegas. Only in the NFL, where cash trumps fan loyalty, does this make sense.
Raiders To Las Vegas Should Happen Monday With Little DelayBarring an unforeseen obstacle, the Oakland Raiders seem certain to get approval Monday to relocate to Las Vegas .
Keidel: Kaepernick Will Play In NFL This SeasonTalent trumps politics in the NFL, so Kaepernick, a better QB than the free agents already signed, will be on a roster soon.
Woman Says Boyfriend Told Her Hernandez Killed 2 Boston MenJurors in the double-murder trial of ex-NFL star Aaron Hernandez have heard dramatic testimony from the girlfriend of a man who claims he saw Hernandez fatally shoot two men in 2012.
Former NFL Running Back Trent Richardson Denies AbuseFormer NFL and Alabama running back Trent Richardson is denying charges that he hit his former girlfriend, who is the mother of his four children.
NFL Looking To Speed Up Games Via Officiating And BreaksThe NFL is making plans to speed up the pace of games, including changing how video replays are handled and using a time clock for extra points.
Star Witness In Aaron Hernandez Trial Is Grilled By DefenseA lawyer for former NFL star Aaron Hernandez has aggressively questioned the prosecution's star witness against Hernandez in his double-murder trial.
Man Named In Brady Jersey Case Sought Autographs, Selfies [VIDEO]The Mexican media executive suspected of stealing Tom Brady's jersey went to the Super Bowl as a working journalist but spent the week collecting selfies and autographs from football greats and boasting to colleagues that he was there as a fan.