After looking at film, Scouts Inc.'s Gary Horton tells you what to pay attention to in Super Bowl XLV.
Don't expect Ray Rice to be signed any time soon, John Clayton writes. But here are five teams, including the Cowboys, that could consider adding him at the start of training camp.
Buffalo Bills defensive tackle Marcell Dareus has been suspended for the first game of the regular season for violating the NFL's substance abuse policy, the league announced Thursday.
Broncos defensive end Antonio Smith is under investigation in Texas over a criminal allegation the local sheriff described Thursday as "sexual in nature."
A New Jersey judge dismissed domestic violence charges against Ray Rice after the former Baltimore Ravens running back completed his pre-trial intervention program.
Former New England Patriots star Aaron Hernandez has pleaded not guilty to a charge that he tried to silence a witness in a double murder case by shooting the man in the face.
Oakland Raiders quarterback Derek Carr won't require surgery on his injured ring finger, his agent said Wednesday.
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell was asked Wednesday whether Robert Kraft's acceptance of the league's discipline will affect quarterback Tom Brady's appeal of his four-game suspension.
Despite throwing 34 interceptions in his first two seasons, Geno Smith is the Jets' unquestioned starter, first-year offensive coordinator Chan Gailey said.
The photo of J.J. Watt's bruise is nasty, but imagine playing with torn knee ligaments or a tooth stuck in your arm. Jeffri Chadiha recounts some memorable moments of athletes ignoring injuries.
The Vikings' interest in Taylor Heinicke, a rookie with few conventional credentials, helps Illustrate a leaguewide predicament at QB.
ESPN athletics aesthetics expert Paul Lukas reveals his comprehensive updated hierarchy of pro football uniforms for the 2015 season.
ESPN's NFL Nation reporters discuss the hot topics in video form regarding each of their teams.
In a wide-ranging interview, the Pittsburgh Steelers' star running back discusses his marijuana arrest, suspension, career future and Deflategate.
Don't expect coaches to alter their strategies now that the NFL has moved extra points back to the 15-yard line, Kevin Seifert writes, and don't be surprised if there are more changes in the future.
Robert Kraft is no Al Davis. Even though many wanted him to continue the Deflategate fight, the Patriots' owner just isn't wired that way, Mike Reiss writes.