A Buffalo native who won bobsled gold in 2010 says his family brought Bills-style tailgating to his races.
A 14-year-old boy born without arms aspires to kick for the Ravens.
The folks from Purell apologized for a tweet posted during the Super Bowl that took a shot at the Browns.
Twenty-five years later, the Bengals’ loss in Super Bowl XXIII still stings.
Apart from a lack of hotel rooms, the presence of only one practice facility in Pittsburgh could throw a wrench in the Steelers’ plan to host a Super Bowl. (The next closest facility would be 80 miles away, in Morgantown.)
Citizen TV in Kenya profiled Colts LB Daniel Adongo on Friday night.
Despite the Texans’ struggles in 2013, the value of a Personal Seat License on the secondary market has gone up by as much as 800 percent.
A proposed covering at the Jaguars’ Everbank Field would be more sun screen than roof.
Colorado’s Senate delegation made good on a bet based on whether the Broncos would win the Super Bowl by surrendering a basket full of stuff. (Insert marijuana joke here.)
Former Raiders OL Mo Collins has become the new head coach at West Charlotte High School, his alma mater.
Former Chargers RB Irvin “Bo” Roberson won a silver medal in the 1960 Olympics.
Former Cowboys OL Al Johnson has been hired as the offensive line coach at St. Norbert College in De Pere, Wisconsin.
Former Eagles LB Garry Cobb is considering a run for Congress in New Jersey.
J.R. Reese, the son of Giants G.M. Jerry Reese, will walk on at Rutgers.
The father of deceased Redskins S Sean Taylor has become a head coach in the UIFL.
Lions offensive coordinator Joe Lombardi plans to call the plays on offense, with a playbook based on the one he used while working in New Orleans.
Packers G.M. Ted Thompson has the full support of CEO Mark Murphy.
Former Bears coach Mike Ditka thinks his old team isn’t that far away from competing with Seattle.
The Vikings announced on Friday the schedule for Personal Seat Licenses at the team’s new stadium.
Falcons president Rick McKay says an MLS team could be coming to Atlanta.
Buccaneers offensive coordinator and former Cal coach Jeff Tedford is mourning the passing of Cal defensive lineman Ted Agu, who died during a Friday morning conditioning run.
Dedicated trains for taking fans to and from games at the new 49ers stadium may not be a done deal.
Four more former Rams will be up for the Hall of Fame next year: Kurt Warner, Orlando Pace, Isaac Bruce, and Torry Holt.
Cell phone use during the Seahawks’ 700,000-person parade overwhelmed the local networks.