In the New York State Senate and U.S. Congress, lawmakers try to put an end to the league’s tax-exempt status.
A 20-year-old Seahawks fan got the surprise of his life when he delivered lunch to the Legion of Boom. Austin Calhoun spoke with BuzzFeed News.
“We take seriously anything that potentially impacts the integrity of the game.” His comments came during a news conference in Arizona, two days before Super Bowl XLIX.
Shaneah Jenkins, Odin Lloyd’s girlfriend and the sister of Aaron Hernandez’s fiancée, took the stand on Friday in the former Patriots star’s first-degree murder trial.
The former New England Patriots star is standing trial for the 2013 murder of Odin Lloyd. He has pleaded not guilty.
A new study from researchers at Boston University draws a link between youth football and diminished cognitive ability.
Brandon Vandenburg and Cory Batey were convicted Tuesday of raping an unconscious woman in a dorm room in 2013.
The notoriously recalcitrant Seattle Seahawk stayed true to tight-lipped form on Tuesday. Money Lynch is fed up with the NFL treating him like an ATM.
This is not a drill: Bill Belichick wore a suit.
Robert Kraft was a surprise opening act for the Patriots’ first press appearance for the Super Bowl.
New commissioner Rob Manfred has big ideas for how to make games quicker and more action-packed.
Over the years, photographers for the magazine have captured the greatest moments in sports.
The Seahawks running back is locked in an expensive battle with the NFL that is unlikely to be resolved anytime soon. The NFL’s struggle with how to punish players for non-football behavior.
A data analyst crunched the numbers for games dating back to 2000.
He says he felt the team “won the game fair and square.”
The network argues the school is subject to the Access to Public Records Act.
Brandon Browner hilariously defended his team’s monstrous, controversial win over the Colts.
The former NFL star is charged with the 2013 murder of Odin Lloyd. The trial begins Thursday.
The former Mizzou defensive end proposed to his longtime boyfriend at the Vatican.
A lawsuit claiming the NCAA acted beyond its authority was settled on Friday. With 111 wins restored in his name, Joe Paterno is once again the winningest college football coach in history.