Several current and former NFL players are looking for ways to call attention to issues of racial and social inequality, and they are asking the league to help them accomplish their goals.
The New York Yankees have adopted a new rallying cry for the stretch run of the regular season, and to say it came from an unexpected source would be an understatement.
The Buffalo Bills have not been all that impressive on offense through their first two games, and Jordan Matthews has caught just five passes during that span.
New England Patriots fans were forced to hold their collective breath once again on Sunday when Rob Gronkowski went down with an injury, but they can feel free to breathe a big sigh of relief.
There was once a time when it seemed like Andrew Luck may be ready for Week 1 of the regular season.
Minnesota Vikings quarterback Sam Bradford missed last weekend’s game with a knee injury that is not believed to be serious, but it sounds like he is no lock to play in Week 3.
Ezekiel Elliott has been criticized for the way he handled himself during a blowout loss to the Denver Broncos in Week 2, and someone who is probably more familiar with losing than any player in NFL
Terrelle Pryor was on the receiving end of a low hit in his team’s win over the Los Angeles Rams on Sunday, and he is asking the opponent who delivered it to kindly reconsider the way he tackle