The NFL is inviting roughly 7,500 health care workers vaccinated against Covid-19 to attend next month’s Super Bowl in Florida, the league confirmed in a statement on Friday.
The NFL’s Washington Redskins will announce Monday they are changing their name, US media reported, following pressure from sponsors over a moniker widely criticized as a racist slur against Native Americans.
Green Bay Packers great Brett Favre says Colin Kaepernick’s decision to put activism ahead of his NFL career echoes Pat Tillman’s decision to walk away from the league to join the US military.
Memorials honoring George Preston Marshall, the last NFL team owner to resist signing black players, and Calvin Griffith, a baseball club owner who made racist remarks, were removed from US stadiums Friday.
Cleveland Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield said Saturday he plans to kneel during US national anthems before NFL games to protest racism, social injustice and police brutality.
Donald Trump has reiterated his demands for NFL players to stand during the national anthem, saying any player who kneels would be “disrespecting” the United States.
The $100 billion US sports landscape will lose $12 billion in revenue due to the coronavirus shutdown, ESPN reported Friday, with deeper cuts if NFL and college gridiron games are wiped out.
The New Orleans Saints got a surprise shout-out on Sunday from Pope Francis, with fans and at least one player taking the inadvertent tag as a good omen for the NFL team.
Nike has scuttled its plans for a Fourth of July-themed sneaker that was to bear a Revolutionary War-era flag, a design that NFL player-turned-activist Colin Kaepernick disliked, multiple news outlets reported Tuesday.
LeBron applauds Kaepernick for resolving a standoff with the league over collusion claims in a settlement announced Friday.
Authorities in Atlanta confiscate six drones ahead of the NFL’s Super Bowl.
For any US city, hosting the Super Bowl is the dream: A chance to attract thousands of tourists and capture the national spotlight.
Language reportedly foreshadowing a possible work stoppage in 2021.
The Indianapolis Colts, Baltimore Ravens and Philadelphia Eagles use victories in their season finales to secure the final playoff spots.
New England Patriots, Dallas Cowboys, Houston Texans and Seattle Seahawks to NFL.
Reid took advantage of the NFL’s “my cause, my cleats” campaign to promote continued awareness of social injustice.
A revision to the Rooney Rule will be in place before the start of the offseason.
The NFL announces that the salary cap will rise to about $190 million in 2019, a jump from $177.2 million this season.
Colin Kaepernick is ready and willing to play for the Washington Redskins if they have interest in signing him.
The NFL is looking to take more money out of Ezekiel Elliott’s pocket.
Tom Brady, on Sunday, he reached the mark that has eluded him for so long: the 1,000-yard-rusher club.
New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady becomes the NFL’s all-time leader in career passing yards vs the New York Jets.
The NFL fines Aaron Donald and Justin Britt for an incident in last Sunday’s game.
Goodell says there’s “no question” a team could be successful in London.
Mary Bono resignes as interim chief of USA Gymnastics, only four days into the job.
Obada only began playing American football four years ago after a traumatic childhood during which he was abandoned.
President Donald Trump might not consider the 2018 NFL season opener Thursday appointment television.
Nike Shares fall nearly 2% under boycott calls after it chose Kaepernick for adverts.
The NFL will spend the majority of a previously scheduled conference call today discussing the league’s new helmet rule.
Richard Sherman proclames the NFL “will be flag football soon” because of its player-safety mandates.