Colin Kaepernick's lawyer Mark Geragos, said a couple of teams might be interested in signing his client.
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According to National Federation of State High School Associations, participation in high school football is declining.
Former Houston Texans running back Arian Foster wants team owner Bob McNair to come on his podcast “to sit down and have a conversation.”
According to USA Today, a group of civil rights organizations wrote a letter to NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, calling on the league to rescind their recently implemented policy which makes players stand for the anthem.
The Super Bowl champion Philadelphia Eagles' had their White House visit canceled Tuesday by President Trump, due to poor attendance.
The Super Bowl champion Philadelphia Eagles were scheduled to be honored at the White House on Tuesday. But on Monday night, President Donald J. Trump canceled the appearance since the Eagles were sending such a small group of players.
Dallas Cowboys Owner Jerry Jones, says that President Trump told him the anthem issue "is a very strong, winning issue" for him, and that he was not going to let it go.
Free agent running back Mike James, recently asked the NFL for the right to use marijuana for his pain. His request was rejected by the NFL.
Radio hosts Joe Madison and Stephen A. Smith, think that QB/activist Colin Kaepernick remains unsigned because he hurts ticket sales.
NFL owners recently approved a strict new rule that penalizes and sometimes ejects players, who lower their helmets to initiate contact with another player.
On February 23, the Kansas City Chiefs agreed to trade one of their best players, cornerback Marcus Peters, to the Los Angeles Rams for draft picks.
There is a Latin saying, "Caveat Emptor," which means, "Let the buyer beware."
A tumultuous NFL season comes to a close Sunday night when the Philadelphia Eagles and New England Patriots square off in Super Bowl LII.
President Donald J. Trump’s State of the Union Address wasn’t the only big news in Washington Tuesday night.
MOBILE, AL - West Point graduate Brett Toth is a top offensive line prospect in the 2018 NFL draft.
The second round of the NFL playoffs is upon us, and perhaps the best match-up of the four games features the New Orleans Saints traveling to Minnesota to play the Vikings.
The NFL's second-season is upon us with four wild-card playoff games this weekend.
The number of anthem kneelers is starting to dwindle. The Miami Dolphins are down to one (Kenny Stills) after putting two (Julius and Michael Thomas) on injured reserve.
On Wednesday, the Miami Dolphins announced their team award winners for the 2017 season.
So what's going on with NFL attendance in 2017? Is it up? Is it down? Is it status quo?
It's no secret that ESPN’s Jemele Hill, believes that President Trump is a “white supremacist.” The only surprise is, according to Hill, that everyone else didn't already know.
ESPN’s Louis Riddick, a former NFL safety and executive, feels too many NFL players lack “awareness” of how they are perceived, and it’s hurting the game.
Some NFL players might need a primer on capitalism, and how the money is generated for their large paychecks.
Some terrific match-ups this week on the NFL schedule, including the streaking Los Angeles Chargers, facing perhaps the NFL's best team, the New England Patriots. An additional intriguing match-up features the Pittsburgh Steelers at the Detroit Lions.
FLORHAM PARK, NJ - New York Jets linebacker DeMario Davis was one of the players who met with Commissioner Roger Goodell and NFL owners Tuesday in NYC to help resolve the NFL's anthem crisis.
The NFL has a hot mess on its hands. Players knelt during the National Anthem in record numbers last weekend, an act of defiance towards President Donald J.
With President Donald J. Trump entering the anthem debate, expect player protests aplenty at NFL Stadiums around the country. Also expect some very good games, with the Atlanta Falcons-Detroit Lions game at the top of the list.
On Monday, Jets linebacker Jordan Jenkins used the tragedy in Charlottesville to defend NFL players who kneel or sit during the national anthem.
New York Jets safety Jamal Adams loves football to death. Literally.
Controversial New York Giants wide receiver Brandon Marshall was in Baltic, CT on Thursday to participate in a charity golf tournament benefiting “The Johnny Damon Foundation.”