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Much of the Chris Simms Top 40 quarterback countdown has been uneventful. On Thursday, it became rather eventful. We crossed into the top 10, and at the bottom of the best are two guys who arguably are better than where they landed. At No. 10: Drew Brees. At No. 9: Tom Brady. Yes, the eight [more]
The NFL's effort to prevent a repeat of the Rams-Saints uncalled pass interference fiasco has resulted in a long journey for Milan to Minsk that, at last check, seemed encouraging. To summarize, automatic replay review will be initiated for pass interference only when the replay official spots, while
Joe Douglas filled out his front office staff with some familiar faces who have plenty of NFL experience. The New York Jets general manager hired Rex Hogan as the team's assistant GM, Chad Alexander as director of player personnel, Phil Savage as senior football adviser and Chris Nolan as a college
The NFL's top medical experts believe they can take the knowledge of college football physicians and trainers and the research from the NCAA to make football safer - together. Dr. Allen Sills and Jeff Miller, the NFL's executive vice president for health and safety initiatives, spent Monday
Former Packers players George Koonce and Eric Torkelson are nominees for the team's board of directors, Richard Ryman of the Green Bay Press-Gazette reports. Packers shareholders will vote on new board members during their annual meeting July 24 at Lambeau Field. Thomas Olejniczak, who also is an
San Francisco 49ers chief administrative officer Hannah Gordon joins 'NFL Total Access' to talk about her team's '49ers PRIDE' fan club.
JJ Stankevitz, Cam Ellis and Paul Aspan wonder if John Fox had a point about the Bears having the worst offseason in the NFL, then offer up some prop bets for the Bears in 2019.
NFL Network's David Carr breaks down film of Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger and offers advice for how he can improve in 2019.
NFL Network's David Carr breaks down film of Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott and offers advice for how he can improve in 2019.
The Broncos informed veteran defensive lineman Domata Peko in February that they would not try to re-sign him. No one else has tried to sign him, either. Still a free agent in mid-June, Peko tells TMZ that he hopes to keep playing. "I think I have a couple more years in the tank," Peko said
NFL Network's David Carr discusses whether Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton will be able to maintain his new throwing motion throughout the 2019 season.
Watch to see the GIF that New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady posted on Twitter of him throwing to wide receiver Josh Gordon.
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Sony Michel enjoyed a tremendous rookie season for the New England Patriots and played a pivotal role in the team's run to a sixth Super Bowl championship.
NFL quarterbacks and PGA Tour golfers are some of the most recognizable athletes in today's sports world. So let's draw comparisons between these two groups of stars.
The NFL has suspended Jalin Marshall for the first four weeks of the 2019 season, Field Yates of ESPN reports. The Raiders cut the receiver two days after signing him in May. Marshall, 23, recently signed with the Canadian Football League's Hamilton Tiger-Cats. He spent the spring with the Orlando
After defensive tackle Gerald McCoy signed with the Panthers early this month, he said he would "never say anything bad" about the Buccaneers despite the fact that they released him this year. McCoy might not be dishing dirt on the team left and right, but he isn't entirely at peace with
The NFL's chief marketing officer discusses tapping into the league's ecosystem of about 750 million people.
George Halas wanted an NFL team in Dallas, and in 1960 the influential founder of the Chicago Bears helped Clint Murchison get one. Less than 10 years later, a league that for decades piggybacked geographically on baseball went from 16 to 26 franchises in a merger with the rival American Football League
If/when the Falcons give receiver Julio Jones a new contract, Jones can be expected to earn it right away. Caesers Entertainment has set the odds for the NFL's receiving yardage leader, and Jones is the favorite at 4/1. Next come Texans receiver DeAndre Hopkins and Browns receiver Odell Beckham,
Jacksonville Jaguars linebacker Myles Jack said he discovered he enjoyed making candles and decided to make a business out of it.
NBC Sports' Chris Simms ranked Carson Wentz outside of his top 10 NFL quarterbacks. Is he wrong? By Dave Zangaro
You know it's the slow time when we write about movies being made about the life of a former NFL return specialist who was never a household name even during his prime. On closer review, however, the idea of Michael Lewis having his life story memorialized on film doesn't seem all that far-fetched
Pittsburgh Steelers first-round pick Devin Bush isn't going to be the biggest inside linebacker to ever set foot on an NFL field. At 5-foot-11 and 234 pounds, Bush is a bit undersized compared to some of his compatriots across the league. However, Bush believes he's plenty big enough to be effective
In his latest Better or Worse, Andrew Kulp takes a look at the Eagles' wide receivers in 2019.
The Atlanta Falcons are confident they will re-sign wide receiver Julio Jones to a new long-term extension before training camp begins next month, ESPN reported Tuesday. Jones has two years remaining on his deal, which owes him $9.6 million in 2019 and $11.4 million in 2020.
Things didn't end well for running back Ty Montgomery in Green Bay last season. He's hoping for a new beginning with the Jets this season, the beginning of what he hopes is a long relationship. "I'm trying not to get ahead of myself, but I'm excited for what lies ahead," Montgomery said, via
NFL Media has hired former receiver Andrew Hawkins, who will have a multi-platform role with the network. Hawkins, who begins in July, will host a variety of content on NFL Media's digital and social channels, including new show formats and other engaging video-on-demand content, according to an
Tuesday's PFT Live unveiled a couple of tough quarterbacks on the Chris Simms top 40 countdown (Matthew Stafford and Dak Prescott), and the process sparked this question: Who are the toughest quarterbacks in the NFL? Simms and I threw out a few names and made a few cases for guys to be considered
If things go awry in 2019, Chris Simms could see the 49ers making a change at quarterback.
Check out the nine players most likely to win the 2019 NFL MVP award according to NFL columnist Adam Schein.
The Oakland Raiders signed first-round draft picks Clelin Ferrell and Johnathan Abram on Tuesday. Ferrell, a defensive end from Clemson, was selected fourth overall by the Raiders in April. A three-year starter and two-time national champion, Ferrell started in all 44 games he played.
Ideally, safety improvements made by the NFL will migrate to lower levels of the sport. But while the NFL can lead the NCAA horse to water, the NFL can't make it trickle down. Via the Associated Press, league officials are working with college officials regarding potential advances in keeping players
The NFL Total Access crew discusses which team has best running back and offensive line combo entering the 2019 season.
The hard-hitting safety should be a key member of the Raiders' secondary for years to come.
Next Gen Stats looks at Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger's time to throw the last three seasons.
Of the 32 teams in the NFL today, 20 have been crowned as champions at onepoint or another in the Super Bowl era - leaving 12 still vying for theirfirst
Iowa junior A.J. Epenesa knows that he has a strong shot at being picked in the first round of the 2020 NFL draft should he choose to go pro next spring. Epenesa will play nearly every down next fall after the Hawkeyes lost three linemen to the NFL, meaning his numbers should spike even as opposing
EXCLUSIVE: Former NFL wide receiver Terrell Owens has inked with ICM Partners across the board. Owens played in the NFL for 15 seasons and was a six-time Pro Bowl selection and five-time first-team All-Pro. After playing college football and basketball at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, he
Quarterbacks are always in the spotlight, but it will be especially sharply focused on the four in this division, with age, injury and coaching turnover playing into the major storylines.
The Raiders were the only choice for Hard Knocks. Jesse Pantuosco shines a spotlight on the league's most entertaining mess in Tuesday's Bump and Run. (@AB Instagram / Getty Images)
John Daigle previews Atlanta's 2019 fantasy outlook including Julio Jones' historic season and Devonta Freeman's bounce-back potential. (Getty Images)
Tank Carradine has played in 45 NFL games in six NFL seasons, and he's on his sixth head coach. Suffice it to say, he's struggled to find a good fit. But after playing just one game last year and asking for his release from the Raiders, he's hoping he's found one with Brian Flores and
In this "NFL GamePass Film Session" segment, NFL Network's Brian Baldinger and Ron Jaworski break down the developing chemistry between Cleveland Browns wide receiver Jarvis Landry and quarterback Baker Mayfield.
Compared to their NBA and MLB cohorts, NFL players have it rough. Their short careers in a violent sport include nonguaranteed contracts and restrictions on free agency-and owners have always had the upper hand. For one forgotten moment four decades ago, though, the union had the NFL on the ropes ...
The Rotoworld crew previews every NFL team from a fantasy perspective. (Getty Images)
John Fox's ass may be out of town, but he can still talk about the most recent NFL team that employed him. Via the Chicago Sun-Times, Fox pegged the Bears as having the worst offseason in the NFL. "I think when you're going to play defense, you're going to lean on takeaways to help a [more]
Wide receiver Mike Evans converted some of his base salary into a roster bonus earlier this offseason and he's done it again in a move that gives the Buccaneers a bit more room under the cap. Tom Pelissero of NFL Media reports that Evans has converted $4 million of the $17 million in remaining base
Kick off your Tuesday with the latest Baltimore Ravens news.