Dalvin Cook is one of the top running backs in the 2017 NFL Draft. Find out how fast Cook ran at the Combine.
All eyes are on Christian McCaffrey at the NFL Combine. Find out how fast McCaffrey ran at the Combine.
Many fans are anticipating Leonard Fournette’s 40 run at the Combine. Find out how fast Fournette ran as well as his overall NFL Combine performance.
The Minnesota Vikings declined to exercise their option on running back Adrian Peterson, making him a free agent. What team will AP sign with?
Jameis Winston fumbled a good opportunity to put forth a positive image of himself when he told elementary school girls to “sit down” and “be silent.”
Heavy looks at NFL Draft picks 22-32 which include the Cowboys, Patriots and Raiders. Find out what players are predicted to go at the end of the first round.
The New England Patriots and Dallas Cowboys enter next season as the favorites for Super Bowl 2018. Check out a rundown of the early Vegas odds.
The Atlanta Falcons had one of the biggest collapses in Super Bowl history. As one would expect, the internet had fun at their expense.
Antione “Ton” Webster, 18, a UMass football recruit and the brother of Denver Broncos cornerback Kayvon Webster, is wanted for murder in Miami, police say.
Super Bowl 51 almost resulted in the largest refund in gambling history.
Tom Brady made NFL history with his fifth Super Bowl title and fourth MVP. Click here to get the latest Brady gear and collectibles, like signed jerseys & memorabilia.
Check out the full performance video of the 2017 Super Bowl Halftime Show with headlining performer Lady Gaga.
The New England Patriots won the fifth Super Bowl championship in franchise history. The details for the parade have been set, see all you need to know.
Tom Brady showed off his five Super Bowl rings and took a swipe at NFL commissioner Roger Goodell in a local TV ad for Shields Health Care that aired after the Patriots win.
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell was booed heavily when he presented the Lombardi Trophy to the New England Patriots after Super Bowl 51