Tom Brady and Aaron Rodgers led their teams to comeback wins in the NFL, but they were not the only quarterbacks with late-game magic.
Brady and Rodgers each led their team to comeback wins, but they weren't the only QBs with late-game magic.
Derek Carr looked nothing like the $125-million man the Raiders signed before the season. Instead, the high honor belonged to Chris Thompson
Sproles will receive an MRI on Monday.
Von Miller and Julius Peppers were among the NFL players who spoke out against United States president Donald Trump.
It looked like Matthew Stafford had done it again.
After the Pittsburgh Steelers stayed in the locker room for the national anthem, the Seattle Seahawks and Tennessee Titans did the same.
Seahawks players issued a strongly worded statement prior to Sunday's game at Tennessee.
Trump said Sunday's anthem protests showed, "Great solidarity for our National Anthem and for our Country."
The Steelers remained in the locker room during the national anthem, an unprecedented move on an unprecedented day of protest in the NFL.
Trump reiterated that he believes NFL teams should "fire or suspend" players who protest during the national anthem.
In what was an unexpected shootout that came down to the wire, the Rams needed a stop in the final minutes.
The former Iowa and Stanford athletic director has led the Big 12 since 2012.
Olsen broke his foot in Sunday's win over the Bills, but is hopeful to return to the roster in eight weeks.
The Giants coach said Tuesday he is looking to make some "drastic" changes to the team's offense.
When T.J. Watt exited last week's game with an injury, Anthony Chickillo came in, even though Harrison is second on the depth chart.
The NFLPA unanimously reelected DeMaurice Smith as their executive director Tuesday.
Lawrence Timmons was nowhere to be found Sunday for the Dolphins matchup with the Chargers.
The New York Giants receiver was a game-time decision, but felt good enough during warm-ups to be listed as active against the Detroit Lions