Vita Vea dominated the Dallas Cowboys in the curtain raiser.
The Titans have landed Julio Jones after a long-awaited trade.
Which teams and players stood out on Day 2 of the 2021 NFL Draft?
Grading the first day of the 2021 NFL Draft.
Has Aaron Rodgers pushed it too far?
Analyzing NFL free agency so far.
Phillip Lindsay's love affair with the Denver Broncos came to an end on Thursday when his agent confirmed the team will rip up the running back's tender offer. He immediately hits free agency.
The Chicago Bears have a new quarterback, but it isn't Russell Wilson. Andy Dalton is the consolation prize of sorts for a fanbase still waiting for a franchise-level player at football's most important position.
Bill Belichick is serious about putting more weapons around his quarterback in 2021. Hunter Henry became the latest target for Cam Newton to aim for after the free-agent tight end agreed to a three-year contract with the Pats on Tuesday.
Bill Belichick and the New England Patriots were big spenders when 2021 free agency unofficially kicked off on Monday. The NFL's legal tampering period prompted a slew of signings, seven of them by the cap-rich Pats.
The New York Giants won't win the NFC East until franchise stars quarterback Daniel Jones and running back Saquon Barkley prove they can stay healthy. Barkley missed almost the entire 2020 NFL season, while Jones started only 14 games and missed time in two of those.
Ron Rivera has the Washington Football Team headed in the right direction. He proved that by taking the rebranded franchise from worst to first in the NFC East during the 2020 NFL season.
Tom Brady was the MVP, but Super Bowl LV was won before anyone touched the football at Raymond James Stadium. It was won when Andy Reid and his staff lost the coaching battle to Bruce Arians and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Picking a winner in Super Bowl LV is tricky business because the Kansas City Chiefs and Tampa Bay Buccaneers match up so well. There's a reason their game in Week 12 was decided by only three points, with the Chiefs surviving a late rally and hanging on for a 27-24 win.
Super Bowl LV isn't just a heavyweight matchup of star quarterbacks. It's also an intriguing battle of strategic wits between two coaching giants, Bruce Arians and Andy Reid.