The NFL Players Association is arguing he was punished twice for the same incident.
The Bills made an offer to fans Wednesday after a record lake-effect snow event: come shovel the stadium for $10 an hour and get free tickets to the game.
Speculating on sports: equal parts fun and foolish.
The 12-time Pro Bowl cornerback spent ten seasons with the team.
He says he was just trying to get a souvenir for his grandson.
On Sunday, DEA agents checked in with the medical staffs of two NFL teams. The visits come as a result of an ongoing lawsuit involving former players and the NFL.
Earlier today, Peterson was suspended without pay for the remainder of the 2014 season. He will be eligible for reinstatement on April 15, 2015.
Fans and non-fans alike are calling foul on the violent lyric.
The Game of Thrones writer is a dedicated fan of the game of throws.
The Santa Clara, California District Attorney’s Office said there’s insufficient evidence to charge the defensive end.
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The San Antonio Express-News reports the city will attempt to sell the team on relocating to Texas.
He has represented the brand since 2011.
There was a gag order on the two-day hearing, in which Rice, his wife, and NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell all testified. The hearing will decide if Rice should be reinstated to the NFL following his indefinite suspension for punching his wife.
The Minnesota Vikings running back appeared in court Tuesday afternoon, where he plead to reckless assault charges. The deal ensures Peterson will not serve jail time.
Nike brand president Trevor Edwards responded to questions about the company’s NFL sponsorship at a conference today.
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Hari Kondabolu suggests the Washington Redskins change their logo to a severely sunburned white person. If they insist on keeping the name, that is.
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Hayne train departs NRL, to catch plane and avoid the rain.
The Minnesota Vikings running back disputed several claims made in Sunday’s Minneapolis Star Tribune story on Peterson. The article comes as Peterson appears in court after being charged with child abuse.
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The assault allegedly took place on Sept. 20, and Spillman has not yet been disciplined. The NFL is “looking into” the case, a representative told BuzzFeed News in a statement Thursday.