Goodell Announces NFL Will Implement A "Rooney Rule" For Women
Goodell, Owners Expect Future Vote On LA Relocation
Sherman's Opinion On Brady's Suspension Shouldn't ShockIn an interview with USA Today Sports, Sherman said that a player being fined more than an organization is a problem -- a double-standard.
Keidel: From Deflate To CheckmateThe NFL hammered Tom Brady for his role in "DeflateGate" for good reason. We can't have the best players in America's favorite sport toying with the rules.
Bill Simmons Leaving ESPNESPN has decided to part ways with Bill Simmons -- one of the network’s most-recognized voices. ESPN president John Skipper made the announcement Friday morning.
Goodell Botches Mariota's Name During NFL DraftWinning a Heisman Trophy and playing in the national championship game should be enough for everyone to know how to pronounce Marcus Mariota's name by now.
Washington's Danny Shelton Headed To Cleveland, Greets Goodell With Bear HugThe defensive tackle was selected 12th overall by the Cleveland Browns
Change To Extra Points Likely In NFLThe NFL's dullest play, the extra point, appears to be headed for some changes, perhaps significant ones, for the 2015 season
Super Bowl The Final Act Of The NFL's Worst SeasonDomestic violence. Questionable discipline. Player safety. Confusing officiating. Deflated footballs.
Sherman On NFL's Media Fines For Lynch: There Are Other Ways To Get A Player To TalkSeattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman was peppered with questions during a Wednesday press conference. The candid cornerback had some interesting things to say about owning a powerful mindset, what he would ask NFL commissioner Roger Goodell, and the relevancy of the league’s media policy.
Sherman Doubts Any Punishment Ahead For Patriots Relishing no longer being in the "villain" role, Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman is painting his team's Super Bowl opponent as occupying that position.
Mueller Report Prolongs ControversyAn independent investigation conducted by former FBI director Robert Mueller has concluded that the National Football League did not posses or see the video of then-Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice hitting Janay Palmer