An AFC rivalry, New England Patriots against Pittsburgh Steelers, will open the NFL schedule on Thursday, September 10, 2015, in Foxborough, Massachusetts.
It’s that time of year in which we all start getting our thumbs ready to return to the digital gridiron.
Former NFL star Aaron Hernandez was found guilty of murder in the shooting of Odin Lloyd. He will be sentenced to life in prison.
The NFL Draft is seven rounds over three days held annually, usually at the end of April or early May. Click here to find out when the 2015 NFL Draft starts.
The prisoner former Nebraska star running back Lawrence Phillips (pictured) is accused of murdering in his cell was a gang member serving 82 years behind bars for killing a rival gang banger.
Houston Texans defensive end JJ Watt can do some amazing things on the field. Off it, he’s just as impressive. Check out this video of him leaping onto a 5-foot high box.
After 12 seasons with the Pittsburgh Steelers, safety Troy Polamalu has retired. He leaves behind a large legacy in the black and yellow.
At 4 p.m. today, the NFL released its 2015 preseason schedule headlined by the Minnesota Vikings and Pittsburgh Steelers who play in the Hall of Fame Game.
Susan Daub and former NFL player Will Allen are accused of running a $31 million Ponzi Scheme involving short-term loans to professional athletes.
It’s not surprising that JJ Watt was in the stands supporting his alma mater, Wisconsin, at the National Championship. What’s surprising is who was sitting by him.
The NFL is poised to make a groundbreaking move, hiring its first female referee, Sarah Thomas.
Former Washington Redskins safety Sean Taylor would have turned 32 today. Here is a list of some of his best plays and highlights videos from YouTube.
Sean Taylor was murdered in his Florida home in November 2007, and now, on what would have been his 32nd birthday, Charles Wardlow has pleaded guilty.
Jim Nantz is a CBS sportscaster who does play-by-play for the NFL, PGA Tour (including The Masters) and college basketball (including the NCAA Tournament).
The Dallas Cowboys signed free agent defensive end Greg Hardy. Here is what you need to know about the move.