Mike McCarthy displeased with Cowboys not confronting Jon Bostic after illegal hit on Andy Dalton.
One perk of being a foremost NFL insider and reporter? Making savvy pickups in your fantasy football league, as Adam Schefter of ESPN did before announcing the news about Antonio Brown’s return and the teams who were interested in pursuing him.
The former Patriots, Steelers and Raiders receiver is reuniting with Tom Brady in Tampa Bay.
Le'Veon Bell will sign with the Chiefs after being released by the Jets earlier this week, he told ESPN's Jeremy Fowler.
The Jets released Le'Veon Bell on Tuesday after a little over a year's worth of time together in which Bell rushed 264 times for 863 yards -- a paltry 3.27 yards per carry -- and three scores.
Super Bowl LVIII is on the move. NFL owners pushed the Super Bowl slated to be played in New Orleans in 2024 to 2025, Judy Battista reports.
Dallas signed Gilbert off of the Browns' practice squad
Though Dak Prescott will be out for months recovering from his season-ending ankle injury, Cowboys executive vice president Stephen Jones said the quarterback remains "our future."
Prescott's devastating right ankle injury proves how unfailingly cruel and callous the NFL can be.
Prescott is set for surgery Sunday night on a compound ankle fracture and dislocation suffered in the third quarter of the Cowboys’ 37-34 victory over the Giants.
The Bill O'Brien era has ended in Houston. Following an 0-4 start, the Texans have fired general manager and head coach Bill O'Brien, Ian Rapoport reports.
The stats from the Cowboys win over the Falcons are, at times, just jaw-dropping.
In past years, those kinds of deficits became frustrating losses that were kindling for the annual Fire Jason Garrett rallies in January.
The Arizona Cardinals and star wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins have agreed to a two-year, $54.5 million extension that includes $42.5 million guaranteed, a source confirmed to ESPN.
Los Angeles Chargers WR Keenan Allen has agreed to a four-year contract extension worth more than $80 million, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reports.
QB Deshaun Watson will have the second-largest total contract ($177.54 million) in NFL history after he signs a four-year, $160 million extension with the Texans, his agent confirmed.
Last year, franchise-tagged defensive end Jadeveon Clowney skipped all offseason workouts, training camp, and the preseason before striking a deal that facilitated a Labor Day weekend trade from the Texans to the Seahawks. Clowney could be striking a Labor Day weekend deal for the second straight year. “We have an offer out,”
Peterson joined Washington in 2018 but was unable to make the team for a third straight year
Which NFL team is poised to have the biggest turnaround in 2020? Will it be Kyler Murray's Cardinals? Anthony Lynn's Chargers? NFL Network analysts debate!
In a year where nothing about the preseason has been normal, one thing will definitely be staying the same and that's cut day. The NFL's annual roster purge always occurs on the Saturday before the first week of the season and this year, that won't be changing.