As rare as it is to actually experience a “need to win” scenario in Week 2, this might actually qualify.
Terez Paylor & Charles Robinson discuss another year's worth of OBJ trade rumors and preview the most intriguing Week 2 matchups.
Apparently Kaepernick found out about his appearance in the NFL-backed features when everyone else did — upon the initial airing of the material.
Poe taking a knee will be one of the more memorable moments of peaceful protest, largely because Cowboys owner Jerry Jones once suggested that any player refusing to stand for the anthem would not play in Dallas.
Dallas, fans and even media can turn this into a “team vs. agent” saga, but the fact remains that Prescott bet on himself and understands his value.
Ticket brokers described a variety of factors weighing on the market, ranging from weather to complaints about the NFL leaning into social justice efforts.
Belichick looks like he is having some fun entering this season. He heaped praise on Newton that perhaps Brady would've wanted more of.
Terez Paylor & Charles Robinson preview the 2020 season and predict the eight division winners and six wild card teams.
Teams have essentially decimated the amount of info this offseason. A trend that exists solely because there are no preseason games.
Terez Paylor & Charles Robinson discuss Alvin Kamara trade rumors and the Jaguars releasing Leonard Fournette.
Fred Warner is expected to be one of the stars of San Francisco's defense. He's also now emblematic of one of the crucial mile markers the NFL is hoping to cross.
Terez Paylor & Charles Robinson lay down their thoughts on another difficult week in America after Jacob Blake, a Black man in Kenosha, Wisconsin was shot multiple times by police.
Terez Paylor & Charles Robinson discuss the weekend's spate of false positive COVID tests and Earl Thomas' release from the Ravens.
The way Jones makes it sound, he and the Cowboys are headed for a redux of 2017 instead of joining the NFL's changing attitude toward player kneeling.
The NFL got a wake-up call that there are still some serious testing and procedural land mines to be diffused.
Terez Paylor & Charles Robinson discuss a bubble-style NFL playoffs, Alex Smith, the Kansas City Chiefs and provide an update to the prostitution case against Robert Kraft.
A Florida appeals court's decision to toss out video allegedly showing Robert Kraft soliciting prostitution strengthens privacy of citizens against unchecked police surveillance.
Saints head coach Sean Payton suggested creating a postseason bubble. That piece of news was revealed by NFL vice president of operations Troy Vincent.
Terez Paylor & Charles Robinson discuss episode two of Hard Knocks: LA, Gerald McCoy's injury, Jadeveon Clowney's value on the open market and more.
Clowney's price point is reportedly a hindrance for teams that have shown interest, as is his own injury history.
The test could be a boon not only for the general public, but for professional sports as well, as testing becomes more affordable and available.
If you want to know why the NFL’s shadow commissioner took 109 days to address one of the most significant offseasons in league history, maybe it’s because in the middle of the tumult, the league decided to change without him.