On Monday, NFL Films founder and one of the NFL’s most influential people in the television production realm, Ed Sabol, died at 98.
The domestic abuse charges against Greg Hardy were dropped after his girlfriend didn’t show up for court.
Baby Sherman has finally arrived. The first son of Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman and girlfriend Ashley Moss was born early Thursday morning.
Sabrina Dudish is the woman who posted a pic of her in bed with Patriots player Julian Edelman on Tinder.
A young woman from Natick, Massachusetts, went viral after posting proof that she bedded star receiver Julian Edelman of the Super Bowl champion New England Patriots.
Dallas Cowboys running back Joseph Randle has been arrested for marijuana possession, his second arrest in less than 4 months. Get more details here.
The Super Bowl’s Golden Anniversary Game is set for next February 7 at Levi’s Stadium in California. Here’s a sneak peek of the important info for the 50th edition of the Big Game.
Super Bowl 50 is over a year away, but the early odds are out. If the oddsmakers are correct, we’ll be seeing the Patriots and Seahawks again, but with a slightly different ending.
The New England Patriots are Super Bowl XLIX champions and their victory parade is scheduled for Wednesday, February 4th. Here’s how to watch online.
The New England Patriots’ Super Bowl XLIX victory parade was moved from Tuesday, Feb 3rd to Wednesday, Feb 4th. Here are details of the parade’s time & route.
The New England Patriots victory parade was rescheduled from Tuesday, February 3rd to Wednesday, February 4th, but what time does the parade start?
Cops say the NFL Hall of Famer was arrested in Arizona for soliciting a prostitute right after covering the Super Bowl for the NFL Network.
During the revelry and partying that comes with Super Bowl Sunday, Nationwide Insurance reminded Americans that their children are going to die in a hugely controversial commercial
Cleveland Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel has entered a rehabilitation center in order to “improve” himself.
A year before becoming a Super Bowl hero with the Patriots, Malcolm Butler was an anonymous player at Division II West Alabama.