Kansas City needs a win to stay ahead of the Oakland Raiders in the AFC West standings.

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It’s looking more and more likely that one of the AFC’s three young star quarterbacks will break through this season.

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Brett Favre thinks he’s the coach of the year for dealing with the Antonio Brown drama and trading Amari Cooper and Khalil Mack.


Bill Callahan made many changes to the Redskins. Five games in, they haven’t translated.

Washington is 1-4 under its interim head coach, including Sunday's home loss to the New York Jets.

Morgan Moses says video of Dwayne Haskins pleading with linemen has been misunderstood

A video camera captured Washington's rookie quarterback pleading with his offensive linemen during Sunday's loss to the Jets: “What do I have to do to help you? What do I have to do?”

The Redskins hit rock bottom again. It’s a tradition with them.

Is an ugly loss at home to the Jets the worst it can get for Washington? Probably not.

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Carson Wentz and Philadelphia are at a crossroads after their future once appeared limitless.

  • Analysis

The Ravens keep getting better, the Panthers are in trouble, and the Vikings stole a crucial victory.

“The whole goal of this was to show everybody that Colin is ready to play this game,” Kaepernick's former 49ers teammate said of his Atlanta workout.

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Following Sunday night’s loss to the Rams, Coach Matt Nagy attributed his fourth-quarter QB switch to a hip injury for Trubisky. But it raised further questions about the team’s commitment to Trubisky.

The Jets' second-year quarterback has had a rough season, but he has now played well in consecutive weeks.

  • Analysis

After a 41-7 win over Houston, Baltimore is 8-2, has MVP candidate Lamar Jackson and owns a victory over the New England Patriots.

"This is getting ridiculous,” former Colts Coach and current NBC analyst Tony Dungy wrote on Twitter.

Several struggling NFC teams area already nearing must-win territory.

His rearranged workout took place on a high school field after disagreements with the NFL continued over the details of the audition for teams Saturday in Atlanta.

Decision-makers across the NFL have been asked whether their teams will attend the quarterback’s planned showcase on Saturday in Atlanta.

The proposal, which would enable a team to retain possession at game’s end by getting a first down on a fourth-and-15 play, was rejected by NFL owners this past offseason after being put forth by the Broncos.

Garrett’s suspension is to cover at least the rest of this season and postseason. The ruling by the league comes on the day after the Browns’ defensive end struck Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph in the head with Rudolph’s helmet during an on-field fracas.

  • Perspective

Browns end has scholarly interests off the field. He should use those traits to understand what happened to him on it.

  • Perspective

Professional football players sign up for a brutal workplace. Thursday's incident showed there are limits.

The episode immediately became the talk of the NFL.

He joins Charles Martin and Albert Haynesworth in the NFL’s dirty-play club, and his indefinite suspension will be damaging to Cleveland’s playoff chances.

It’s “not just a fluke,” Cleveland’s former offensive coordinator says.

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