Should the Detroit Lions have had 1 second to run a final play in their gut-wrenching loss Sunday against the Atlanta Falcons?
A screen grab from the Fox broadcast appears to show Lions wide receiver Golden Tate catching a goal-line pass from Matthew Stafford and being touched down by Falcons cornerback Brian Poole with 11 seconds still on the ...Read more
The Eagles suffered a "devastating loss" on Monday when it was learned that running back Darren Sproles has a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee and a broken right forearm, injuries that will sideline the respected running back and punt returner for the season and potentially end his career.
Sproles, 34, had hinted that 2017 could...Read more
Eric Reid wrote an eloquent and emotional note for the New York Times to reinforce his stance alongside former teammate Colin Kaepernick.
The 49ers safety and fellow national anthem protester said in a letter posted Monday that he is "heartbroken" over "constant smears" of Kaepernick, who was targeted by President Donald Trump at a rally Friday...Read more
A day after President Donald Trump's controversial denunciation of NFL players who do not stand for the national anthem sparked league-wide protests, including during the Ravens' game Sunday against the Jacksonville Jaguars in London, coach John Harbaugh spoke at length about the issue Monday.
Below is a partial transcript from his weekly news ...Read more
Alejandro Villanueva said he never intended to stand alone during the national anthem on Sunday and apologized to his teammates and coach Mike Tomlin for what he called "a very embarrassing" butchering of the team's pregame plan.
"Every single time I see that picture of me standing by myself, I feel embarrassed," Villanueva said.
Villanueva, ...Read more
On Monday, Carolina Panthers owner and founder Jerry Richardson became the 31st team or team owner to release a statement following the remarks President Donald Trump directed at NFL players over the weekend.
"We are proud of the men we have on this football team," the statement read. "Our players have been active and impactful participants in ...Read more
The Steelers will be on the sideline during the national anthem in future games, quarterback Ben Roethlisberger and defensive end Cam Heyward said during a news conference Monday.
Roethlisberger, via a statement posted on his website, said he has regrets over the Steelers' decision to wait in the tunnel during the national anthem at Sunday's ...Read more
The Jacksonville Jaguars defeated Baltimore 44-7 in front of 84,592 fans at London's Wembley Stadium in the first of a record four 2017 London Series games in the United Kingdom. Jacksonville tight end MARCEDES LEWIS had three touchdown catches, the most touchdown receptions by a player in a London Series game since its inception in ...Read more
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The Steelers were one of three NFL teams not on the sidelines during the pregame playing of the national anthem Sunday, following tweets from President Donald Trump over the weekend criticizing players who have protested police brutality and racial inequality by kneeling during the anthem.
Steelers coach Mike Tomlin said the decision for ...Read more
PHOENIX -- The Dallas Cowboys plan to protest during the national anthem before Monday's game against the Arizona Cardinals, per multiple sources.
Nothing has been firmed up and they will likely come to some decision in the locker room. It may not be a coordinated effort. It may just be a few individuals.
One player said, "We have to do ...Read more
HYATTSVILLE, Md. -- The Raiders engaged in a peaceful protest Sunday night and then took pacifism to an extreme in a 27-10 loss to Washington at FedEx Field.
Most Raiders players, arms interlocked and faces deadly serious, did not stand for the national anthem in a form of protest against racial oppression that took different forms throughout ...Read more
CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- The Saints came to Bank of America Stadium on Sunday and routed the Panthers, 34-13.
Carolina's 2-0 start against the 49ers and Bills was built on what defensive end Julius Peppers called the best unit he's been a part of in his 16-year career. But that was before that defense faced Brees, who is in his 17th season.
Saints ...Read more
CARSON, Calif. -- The streak continues.
Thanks to a pick-happy defense -- one that also found a way to consistently get off the field on third down, despite a largely dormant pass rush -- and a big run by rookie star Kareem Hunt, the Chiefs got their seventh straight victory against the Los Angeles Chargers, winning 24-10 at the StubHub Center ...Read more
Players from almost every team in the National Football League showed their solidarity in protest of recent comments by President Donald Trump, either taking a knee or locking arms during the national anthem on Sunday.
Because of the time difference, players from the Baltimore Ravens and Jacksonville Jaguars got the jump on everyone by kneeling...Read more
PHILADELPHIA -- Jake Elliott etched his name into Eagles lore and gave them a critical 27-24 win over the New York Giants when the rookie kicker hit a franchise-record 61-yard field goal in the final seconds of their home opener on Sunday.
Elliott's field goal came in his second game with the Eagles after they signed him off the Cincinnati ...Read more
NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- So much for the Seahawks' defense carrying the offense.
On a day when the much-maligned Seattle offense showed its most sustained life of the year, the defense fell apart by allowing Tennessee to pass and run all over them in a 33-27 victory at Nissan Stadium.
With the defeat, Seattle fell to 1-2 for the first time since ...Read more
CHICAGO -- The Steelers lost to another big underdog on the road when the Chicago Bears beat them in overtime, 23-17, Sunday at Soldier Field.
The loss dropped the Steelers to 2-1. Chicago, a 7.5-point underdog, won its first game and dropped the Steelers franchise record to 1-13 in Chicago.
The Bears won the toss and took over at the 26 after...Read more
DETROIT -- The Detroit Lions fell from the ranks of the unbeaten Sunday in one of the wildest, wackiest finishes you'll ever see.
The Lions appeared to score the go-ahead touchdown against the defending NFC champion Atlanta Falcons with 8 seconds to play, but Golden Tate was ruled inches short of the goal line on review and the touchdown was ...Read more
MINNEAPOLIS -- The Vikings dressed just four receivers for Sunday's game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, confident they could bruise the NFL's 22nd-ranked run defense from a year ago with an offensive line rebuilt to facilitate an improved ground game.
They built a passing game on deep shots off play action, burning a Buccaneers team with ...Read more
INDIANAPOLIS -- Well, so much for the Browns being the favorite to win.
Favored by Las Vegas oddsmakers for the first time since Week 14 of the 2015 season, the Browns were dominated in the first half Sunday by the Indianapolis Colts and couldn't completely dig out of a hole with turnovers haunting rookie quarterback DeShone Kizer for the ...Read more
- As Trump continues his attacks, NFL players protest by kneeling or locking arms
- Lions' late TD overturned in 30-26 loss to Falcons
- Steelers lose to Bears in overtime, 23-17
- Jake Elliott's 61-yard field goal gives Eagles 27-24 win over Giants
- Raiders players take a seat, then take a loss to Washington