Belichick marched into the Bills' locker room after last weekend's playoff game to deliver a message.
NFL divisional playoffs predictions: The top four seeds will not advance says The Times' Sam Farmer, who predicts an upset in each conference.
You have to love Jared Allen.
Team owner Jerry Jones says he has a lot to think about regarding the Cowboys coaches, including head coach Mike McCarthy.
Tom Brady will never let it go.
The Dallas Cowboys continue to be a topic of conversation days after their NFC Wild Card defeat to the San Francisco 49ers.
I have been advised that I should amend my previous characterization of the Lakers' finding a Westbrook trade from outright impossible to extremely unlikely. There is at least one team out there that would take him, league sources say, if the ...
The first 2022 NFL mock draft from Daniel Jeremiah projects Aidan Hutchinson and Malik Willis to the Lions in the 1st round
New York Giants CEO John Mara called Brian Flores days ago and reportedly told him that the team is willing to eat dead cap to clear space.
Four favorites are inside New York Giants GM Joe Schoen's head coaching search.
ESPN’s longtime draft analyst Mel Kiper Jr. has unveiled his first mock draft for the 2022 class.
The LA Rams won their first meeting with Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Bucs. Here's what NFL reporters and experts predict will happen in the playoffs.
Former Colts coach Tony Dungy is famous for being mild-mannered. But there was one thing he wouldn't stand for.
Where would you want to see Calvin Ridley traded to?
Not long after the Broncos announce their next coach, they’ll most likely be making an even more significant announcement. The team will be put up for sale. Among the expected bidders for the franchise will be, according to A.J. Perez of FrontOfficeSports.com, Denver native Robert F. Smith. If Smith emerges as the purchaser, he would [more]
Here are three Kemba Walker trades the New York Knicks could entertain before the NBA trade deadline.
Our staff's favorite bets for the divisional round of the NFL playoffs.
Michael Bidwill is unhappy with the last two seasons' finishes. There are conflicting reports of a recent "tense meeting."
A rare, honest, and somewhat critical assessment from "The Senator."
Some potential draft targets, offseason need discussions and a fat financial penalty for the Dallas signal caller. | From @StarConscience