The 2018 NFL season is nearing the halfway point, which also means that the trade deadline is looming. Clubs have until Oct.
The 2019 NFL Draft is still eight long months away, but it’s never too early to start evaluating some of the potential prospects and how early they might go.
The NFL is constantly full of surprises, and it’s not often there aren’t at least a handful of unexpected events to mull over.
NFL contracts are often a hot-button issue. People love to debate who’s making too much, too little, who deserves more, and who is overpaid.
Veteran cornerback Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie, who was a salary cap casualty of the New York Giants earlier in the offseason, was slated to work out for the Seattle Seahawks last week but he never a
Los Angeles Dodgers starter Clayton Kershaw allowed two runs on six hits over six innings in a Wednesday loss to the Oakland Athletics. And most surprisingly of all, he struck out just one batter.
In the sixth inning of an 8-4 Milwaukee Brewers victory over the San Diego Padres on Wednesday night, relief pitcher Phil Hughes served up a monster home run to left fielder Christian Yelich.
It’s become routine for professional athletes to complain about their video game ratings.