Perhaps the most interesting comment from Mitchell, though, came when he compared his play to that of others.
We hadn’t heard much from commissioner Roger Goodell since the NFL and the 4,500 players that were suing the league over the concussion issue settled their lawsuit for $765 million last week.
The NFL Players Association “tentatively agreed” to let the league take 40 blood samples for HGH tests each week during the season, with a positive result drawing a four-game suspension, according to a memo the union sent players.
When Atlanta Falcons President Rich McKay spoke Saturday to dozens of youth football officials about better protecting players, it wasn’t just the health of the players at stake. The well-being of football might be on the line.
The NFL had job vacancies for eight coaches and seven general managers in the offseason and despite its signature program for hiring diversity candidates, not a single one ended up in those positions.
You are releasing the 2013 NFL schedule tonight at 8 pm.
The Baltimore Ravens’ reward for winning the Super Bowl might be a road trip.
New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman urged the NFL on Thursday to investigate whether possible draft picks were improperly asked about their sexual orientation during the league’s combine, which he said would be illegal in New York.
If you like (or don’t like) Roger Goodell’s ambition to increase the regular-season schedule to 18 games, you’re really going to love (or hate) the owners’ next big idea — playoff expansion.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell and league officials looked at Ndamukong Suh’s latest infamous act on the field from several angles, trying to understand why the Detroit Lions defensive tackle kicked Houston Texans quarterback Matt Schaub in the groin area.