With the first group of NFL players scheduled to report to team facilities for training camp on Monday, many in the league are speaking out about the league's plan (or lack there of) regarding the Coronavirus.
The NFL has hit finally hit the Patriots with their punishment for last December's filming incident involving the Bengals.
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell wants to see Colin Kaepernick back in the NFL.
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NFL commissioner Roger Goodell finally confirmed in a new league memo that the 2020 NFL Draft will take place in an entirely virtual, remote format.
Late last week, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell publicly extinguished the idea of a delayed NFL Draft after the league's GMs unanimously recommended a postponement.
Roger Goodell is back to doing what he does best, laying down the law even when nobody wants him to. This time around, it relates to next month's NFL Draft.
Due to the CDC recommending limited crowd sizes as the Coronavirus pandemic spreads, the NFL will not hold it's yearly draft as a public event.
Big news for sports fans stuck in their homes with no games to play. In the NFL, the show goes on. Free agency and the start of the league year will proceed as scheduled, starting Monday at noon.
While the CBA can make it tricky for teams to lay out their free agent plans, the NFL isn't making it any easier on teams to prepare for the NFL Draft either. How so? The league has yet to release this year's compensatory draft picks.
By Alex Barth, 985TheSportsHub.com In case you forgot, half of Boston's major pro sports teams find themselves in the crosshairs of a league investigation. The Patriots and Red Sox are both accused of using video equipment to steal signals and gain an unfair advantage. With the Patriots, the accusations stem from a Dec. incident where…
By Alex Barth, 985TheSportsHub.com A day after the owners passed their latest CBA proposal and sent it to the Players Association for a vote, the full details of the deal have been revealed. They key changes are broken down into five categories of financials, hours, working conditions, benefit increases, and players' rights. Darren Heitner on…
You'd think the NFL would have learned it's lesson from Thursday Night Football. We love to watch football, but at a certain point shoving games with no competitive value in our collective faces becomes a turn off.
The NFL has seen no structural change since the addition of the Houston Texans led to league realignment in 2002. That could change in a big way as early as next week.
The NFL doesn't plan on investigating the Saints' emails with the New Orleans Catholic church, and in New England that's understandably hard to accept
The NFL is not investigating the Saints and doesn't plan to. In New England, it's hard to imagine that they'd do the same if the case involved the Patriots.
At his yearly Super Bowl press conference Wednesday afternoon, Roger Goodell was asked about the league's investigation into the Patriots regarding a recording made by a Patriots video team in Cleveland at the end of the 2019 season.
Per a report from the AP Friday morning, the NFL's New Orleans Saints are heading to court to try and keep private 'hundreds' of emails that allegedly show team executives taking part in covering up a sexual abuse crisis surrounding the Roman Catholic archdiocese of New Orleans.
Raiders linebacker Vontaze Burfict really, really, really hates NFL commissioner Roger Goodell.
Antonio Brown practiced with the Patriots on Wednesday, but the league could still make him ineligible to play via the commissioner's exempt list.
Goodell's comments came just hours after a judge in Florida put Kraft's solicitation of prostitution trial on hold indefinitely.
Payton has a beef with the commissioner, and he's letting it show.
NFL responds to Ben Watson's call for accountability from Roger Goodell in the wake of the Rams-Saints non-call ... with a fine for Nickell Robey-Coleman
Watson called out Goodell for a response, and he got one - just not what he wanted.