Former Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker James Harrison say "It's a crime" if my 100-yard scoop and score isn't called top play in NFL history.
Not many teams could handle the loss of a player like Antonio Brown. The Patriots aren't like most teams.
NFL Network's Brian Baldinger breaks down Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Gardner Minshew's impressive debut.
As much as Brown's stellar career has been overshadowed and besmirched by his recent behavior as a player and allegations of his actions as a person, the Patriots also have had their image tarnished in a short but ugly marriage. The team probably recognized that when it cut ties after Brown suited
NFL wide receiver Antonio Brown has been dropped by the New England Patriots, the second team to release him this season. Brown has been accused of sexual misconduct by two women. Vladimir Duthiers reports.
Yahoo Sports' Terez Paylor explains why football should be the furthest thing from the receiver's mind after being cut by New England.
The "NFL Total Access" crew discuss if Baltimore Ravens need to minimize their blitzes against quarterback Patrick Mahomes in Week 3.
NFL Network's Maurice Jones-Drew believes Lamar Jackson will "outperform" Patrick Mahomes, lead Ravens to win in Kansas City.
NFL Network's Stacey Dales reports Green Bay Packers got together for a $5k meal on Thursday night.
Former Antonio Brown teammate James Harrison weighs in on AB's release from New England Patriots.
New England Patriots fans shouldn't be worried about quarterback Tom Brady this week against the New York Jets, Mike Giardi says. As witnessed by a Twitter exchange with Phil Mickelson it is a low impact calf issue that put Brady on the injury report.
The Seahawks showed interest in Antonio Brown before the receiver signed with the Patriots. Brown is a free agent again, 13 days later. So do the Seahawks, who spoke with Brown after the Raiders cut him, have interest in the Pro Bowler this time around? Coach Pete Carroll said no without using the word
The NFL and the NFL Players Association have yet to reach a new Collective Bargaining Agreement. The NFL and the NFL Referees Association are close to doing so. Per multiple sources, the NFL and the NFLRA have struck an agreement in principle. The new CBA hinges on approval by the rank and file. They
Tiki and Tierney discuss whether the New England Patriots should have released Antonio Brown once the sexual assault allegations surfaced.
NFL Network's Maurice Jones-Drew and former player Marcel Reece explains why no team will want to take a chance on wide receiver Antonio Brown.
Tiki and Tierney discuss the New England Patriots' decision to cut wide receiver Antonio Brown.
Seattle Seahawks defensive end Ziggy Ansah, wide receiver David Moore and defensive tackle Poona Ford are set to return to the lineup Sunday against the New Orleans Saints. Ansah will be making his debut for the Seahawks after being held out of the first two games to give his surgically repaired shoulder
THOUSAND OAKS, Calif. (AP) -- Los Angeles tight end Tyler Higbee will miss the Rams' game at Cleveland with a bruised chest.
Seahawks running back Rashaad Penny injured his hamstring in Friday's practice. That prompted the team to add him to their status report as questionable for Sunday against the Saints. C.J. Prosise likely would see more work if Penny can't go. The team also made cornerback Tre Flowers a late addition
SEATTLE (AP) -- The debate started once Drew Brees went down last Sunday. How should the New Orleans Saints handle their quarterback situation going forward?