The second time was the charm for former Detroit Lions receiver Calvin Johnson to get preliminary approval for a license to open a Michigan medical marijuana dispensary.
Broncos quarterback Case Keenum said he was "Definitely shocked," by last week's agreed-upon trade to acquire Baltimore's Joe Flacco.
A Florida man was sentenced to over two years in jail and forced to pay nearly $1.3 million in restitution for fraudulently accessing clients' bank accounts and misappropriating close to $1.8 million in funds.
Will Eli's replacement be...Russell Wilson?
Former Steelers offensive coordinator Todd Haley says with Le'Veon Bell and Antonio Brown both likely leaving this offseason, Pittsburgh is losing two of its hardest workers.
He won't discourage Hawkins, Rivers and Jones from playing football, but the former Cowboys quarterback isn't going to let them tackle until they are in the eighth grade.
During this soap opera-like offseason for the Steelers, a consistent theme has been that some players don't appreciate the way Ben Roethlisberger will use his radio show to call teammates out publicly.
The Redskins are 5-2 after seven games for the first time in 10 years, but as Clinton Portis and Washington's 2008 team can attest, this is no time for hip, hip, hooraying.
No defensive positional coach survived the abomination that was the 2018 Chiefs defense.
What are the best beefs in the NFL? Posted by Josh Alper.
Todd Gurley was battling a knee injury, Malcolm Brown was already on injured reserve and John Kelly hadn't yet shown enough to earn a heavy workload. With Gurley uncertain for Week 16, the Rams signed C.J. Anderson after surprisingly cutting Pharoh Cooper.
54 minutes of Jon Bois. My body is not ready for this.
On January 13, 2004, the game of football was forever changed by the release of NFL Street.
The Cardinals have done their best to squash the "Kyler Murray-to-Arizona" talk, but people still are discussing the possibility of seeing the Heisman Trophy winner play in Kliff Kingsbury's offense.
Wow, had no idea Ghost was that high up.
10:57 PM ET. AURORA, Colo. - A man fatally shot in a dispute over a parking space was an assistant principal for Aurora Public Schools and a former football player at the University of Colorado who was drafted by the Seattle Seahawks.
Could that come to an end in the next round of rights negotiations between the NFL and its TV partners?