Deshaun Watson is expected to meet with NFL investigators this week
The league has given no timetable for a completion of its investigation of Watson under its personal conduct policy.
Drew Brees addresses report about future at NBC, hints at NFL return
Saying he was 'undecided' about his future, the ex-quarterback could have options that include moving to another network as an NFL game analyst.
Broncos’ Jerry Jeudy to be released on bond after alleged domestic dispute
No plea was entered in the wide receiver's Friday court appearance, during which his attorney and the victim, the mother of his 1-month-old child, asked the judge to dismiss the charges.
Rating every game on the Commanders’ 2022 schedule
Carson Wentz's reunions with the Eagles and Colts and Kirk Cousins's return to FedEx Field are among the more intriguing games on Washington's 2022 schedule.
Commanders to play two prime-time games in low-profile 2022 schedule
Washington’s first season as the Commanders will feature one of the lowest-profile schedules in the NFL.
Commanders’ revived marching band will have a new look and sound
The NFL's oldest marching band was discontinued during the coronavirus pandemic. The new version will be half the size, paid and play a revamped arrangement of the team's original fight song.
Everything you need to know about the 2022 NFL schedule release
After announcing select games earlier this month, the full 2022 NFL schedule will be unveiled Thursday night. Here's everything you need to know.
Kicker sues Jaguars, alleging Urban Meyer had hostile work environment
Josh Lambo, who was cut by the Jaguars during the 2021 season, seeks $3.5 million in lost salary and damages over his claims of physical and verbal abuse by former coach Urban Meyer.
Tom Brady agrees to join Fox Sports as an NFL analyst after retirement
Fox Corp. Executive Chairman Lachlan Murdoch said Brady, the winningest quarterback of all time, will step into the network’s booth when he retires.
Brett Favre sued by state of Mississippi over welfare misspending
The Hall of Fame quarterback, three former pro wrestlers and others are accused of squandering more than $20 million from the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families program.
Herschel Walker’s insulting campaign is the worst kind of sports idolatry
Some sports stars are deserving public servants. Herschel Walker, on the other hand, is embarrassingly unqualified.
NFL to investigate Raiders after team accused of fostering hostile workplace
Former team president Dan Ventrelle said there were “multiple written complaints from employees" that Raiders owner Mark Davis "created a hostile work environment and engaged in other potential misconduct.”
Tom Brady admits it ‘might have been a fumble’ in the tuck-rule game
Tom Brady and the Patriots were saved by the NFL rule book in the 2002 tuck-rule game. Now the quarterback admits that he 'might' have fumbled.
Jerry Jones flashed the Cowboys’ draft list. The Internet did the rest.
Dallas's always-entertaining owner showed reporters a top-39 ranking before the second round even had a chance to begin, and what it revealed should please an NFC East rival or two.
Ryan Tannehill: Not ‘my job’ to mentor rookie Titans QB Malik Willis
"If he learns from me along the way, then that’s a great thing," said Tannehill, who is not the first veteran quarterback to assert he was not obligated to tutor an understudy.
DeAndre Hopkins suspended for six games for violating NFL’s PED policy
The Cardinals star's suspension was confirmed by the NFL through the team, but no further details were provided.
NFL finds no evidence to support Browns tanking claims under Hue Jackson
The former Cleveland coach said in February that he "was put in a situation where I could not win."
Adrian Peterson agrees to complete counseling after February arrest
The running back has not been charged after an incident with his wife, but should he not complete counseling, he could face a misdemeanor.
Justyn Ross starred at Clemson but went undrafted, is still unsigned
Ross's history of injuries, in particular a neck issue that required 2020 surgery, could be behind the lack of immediate interest from the NFL.
This year’s Mr. Irrelevant is Iowa State quarterback Brock Purdy
Brock Purdy, the Cyclones' four-year starter at quarterback, will try to crack a roster that includes Jimmy Garoppolo and Trey Lance.
Quarterback is the No. 1 NFL priority. But it’s okay to pick one last.
NFL teams are getting smarter about setting the table for a quarterback to come in and make an immediate impact.