Calvin Johnson isn’t happy with how his relationship with the Detroit Lions ended.
It’s been a few weeks since Marshawn Lynch announced he was coming out of retirement, returning to the NFL with his hometown team of the Oakland Raiders. And how better to keep the celebration going than by taking a nice weekend bike ride with hundreds of pals?
Bryan Cox, Sr. spent the last three seasons as the defensive line coach for the Atlanta Falcons. He was fired three days after the team’s historic defensive collapse in the Super Bowl, along with defensive coordinator Richard Smith. Cox isn’t quite sure about how this happened.
Ryan Fitzpatrick, age 34, a veteran of 12 NFL seasons, has signed a free-agent deal with the Bucs, his seventh team. Per Adam Schefter, the terms are for one year and $3 million. Fitzpatrick, who went to Harvard, will back up Jameis Winston.
Folks, the NFL never sleeps. Even now, in the dog days of mid-May, as the league’s news cycle yawns and feels its eyelids getting heavy, the continued unemployment of Colin Kaepernick is there to slap everyone awake again. There’s been a lot of this and a lot of that said and written about Kaepernick in recent weeks.…
Gisele Bündchen’s admission that her husband, Tom Brady, “does have concussions” cuts right to the NFL’s biggest problem with head trauma: There is no way to protect the players.
Supermodel Gisele Bundchen, who is married to Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, sat down for an interview with Charlie Rose on CBS This Morning. At one point, Rose asked Bundchen if she wants Brady to retire from football, and she told Rose that she does worry about Brady because of all the concussions he’s had.
Patrick Mahomes II, a quarterback drafted 10th overall a few weeks back by the Chiefs, was robbed along with three other people by an alleged gunman and an accomplice outside a home in Smith County, Texas, according to KYTX-TV.
ESPN’s Beth Mowins is slated to become the first woman in 30 years to handle play-by-play duties during a regular-season NFL broadcast, according to Sports Illustrated’s Richard Deitsch.
A $1.25 million settlement was distributed to 90 former Oakland Raiders cheerleaders this week as part of a class-action suit for fair pay.
Myles Garrett has been a member of the Cleveland Browns for all of two weeks, and he’s already adopted the ethos of the franchise pretty well. In an interview with NFL.com yesterday, the No. 1 draft pick didn’t make any of the bold proclamations of turning the team around or guaranteed success that you often see with…
Rolando McClain has been arrested again in his hometown of Decatur, Ala.—this time on charges related to drug possession, carrying a firearm without a permit and a misdemeanor equipment violation.
Josh Gordon has played just five games since 2013—and none in the last three seasons—but his request for reinstatement to the NFL after his latest banishment for a drug-policy violation will have to wait.
Now that the draft has come and gone without a Jimmy Garoppolo trade, it’s time to wonder what the Patriots’ end game is here. Because they’re going to have one big-ass decision to make in the months ahead. Tom E. Curran of CSN New England calls what’s potentially brewing in Foxboro “a tsunami,” and he’s not…
Former San Francisco 49ers head coach and doormat salesman Jim Tomsula was inducted into the Western Pennsylvania Sports Hall of Fame this weekend, along with LaVar Arrington and other notables. Tomsula, who is currently the Skins’ defensive line coach, gave a hell of a speech.
Stevie Tu’ikolovatu was just drafted in the seventh round by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers after playing a year at USC, where he was the school’s 2016 defensive MVP and the MVP of the Rose Bowl. He also spent two months living out of a car and an SUV after he transferred from Utah—with his wife joining him after the first…
At a charity event on Monday, six Dallas Cowboys starters paired up to test their teamwork, strategy, and quick thinking in a three-legged race. Quarterback Dak Prescott and running back Ezekiel Elliott (in blue) opted to use one leg apiece. It did not work out too well:
Colt Lyerla played tight end for the Oregon Ducks from 2011 to 2013, and had a cup of coffee with the Green Bay Packers before knee injuries ended his brief NFL career. Lyerla has run into trouble with the law several times since his college career ended, as he was convicted of cocaine possession in 2013 and arrested…
Twenty years ago, the NFL draft was marked by one of the most fateful quarterback choices in league history: Peyton Manning’s decision to stay at the University of Tennessee for his senior year. The Jets, who had the No. 1 pick in 1997, are still reeling from the aftershocks. And it all may have been because Bill…