Roger Goodell emphasised how seriously the NFL takes "the importance of patriotism" while pledging to work with players on their concerns.
Goodell emphasized how seriously the NFL takes "the importance of patriotism" while pledging to work with players on their concerns.
The former Penn State football assistant coach is serving a 30- to 60-year sentence for child sexual abuse.
AT&T Stadium, home of the Dallas Cowboys, is where next year's NFL draft will take place.
AT&T Stadium, home of the Cowboys, is where next year's NFL draft will take place.
Jones on Tuesday appeared to look one of the protesters in the eye but didn't respond.
Kizer was replaced by Kevin Hogan during Cleveland's Week 5 loss to the Jets and didn't play in the team's loss to the Texans on Sunday.
“I think (NFL owners) had a point to make and they made it. You can see what it is. They have agreed not to give (Colin Kaepernick) a job."
Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott is set to face the San Francisco 49ers.
The Cowboys running back can now play in the team's Week 7 matchup with the Redskins.
Atlanta will be Rubin's fourth NFL stop in his 10-year career.
There reportedly has been "dialogue behind the scenes … after each court ruling along the way" in the long-running legal dispute.
Scott's arrest marks the seventh time he has been cited for driving on a suspended license or a similar charge.
The Cardinals' newly acquired running back erupted for a 134-yard debut in Sunday's win over the Buccaneers.
Duane Greaton told his team the QB for Yarmouth had two mothers and instructed them to ask him "Who's your daddy?" after tackling him.
If college football had an MVP award, some of the nation's top players would have made their case Saturday.
C.J. Beathard and Julio Jones should both be in for big days this weekend. They feature in our best bets for Week 7.
The Bucs quarterback looked "comfortable" throwing in practice Friday, five days after suffering an AC joint sprain in his right shoulder.
Julius left the program during the offseason to seek treatment for an eating disorder.
Leach, 56, is 35-35 at Washington State since departing AD Bill Moos hired him, leading the Cougars to three bowl games the past four years.