The Dolphins are disappointed that the Super Bowl won’t be in South Florida any time soon.
Jets coach Rex Ryan is much more popular in New York than he was six weeks ago.
Bengals defensive coordinator Mike Zimmer had one of the best games of his career on Sunday.
Former Browns QB Bernie Kosar refused to take a breath test when he was pulled over for suspicion of drunk driving, which has led to increased attention on the laws in Ohio regarding refusal to take a breath test.
Said Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger of RB Le’Veon Bell, “I’m not going to say he was Adrian Peterson. But he showed me some glimpses of the things I see Adrian Peterson do. But I don’t want him to hear me giving him all this praise.”
The Texans’ defense is playing well, but there’s only so much the defense can do when the quarterback keeps giving touchdowns to the other team.
The Jaguars’ trainer said his first job was to keep calm when OT Luke Joecekl went down with an ankle injury.
Al Davis never would have allowed the Raiders to play a “home” game in London.
The Chargers may be blacked out on Monday night.
Washington hopes its offense can capitalize on a Dallas defense that is struggling to adjust to new coordinator Monte Kiffin.
Giants owner John Mara voted against the resolution that would compel teams to appear on Hard Knocks.
The Bears could be headed to London to play the Falcons next season.
Here’s a look at how the Packers grade their players in film study.
Local taxpayers are helping to finance a new stadium in Minnesota, and the NFL may reward them with a Super Bowl.
If the Falcons need to add a receiver, they may consider Courtney Roby, Lavelle Hawkins and Mohamed Massaquoi.
Here’s a look at the “Legend of Armanti Edwards.”
The Buccaneers want a Super Bowl in Tampa, but that won’t happen any time soon.
The 49ers are getting big results from their backups on defense.
The Seahawks had at least three receivers on the field on almost every play against the Colts, with WRs Golden Tate, Doug Baldwin and Sidney Rice all playing more than 80 percent of the offensive snaps.