Just over three months after Super Bowl LV, the NFL set the tone for a new year by releasing the full slate for the first 18-week season in league history.
Assuming the usual requirements are in play, there are five eligible NFL teams for the 2021 season of “Hard Knocks” with a variety of storylines.
After a heavily virtual offseason in 2020, teams across the NFL are doing their best to ensure that the same thing happens in 2021.
After fans worked day and night to unearth JJ Watt’s next destination, Watt was able to shock the world and deliver the news himself.
The Seahawks can either trade Russell Wilson before the 2021 season, or “Let Russ Cook” and try to get back to the top of the NFC.
It’s time to set our sights on the 2021 NFL season, just a few weeks after the confetti was cleaned up after Super Bowl LV.
This year’s offseason will be remembered as the Year of the Quarterback, and fans can expect an absolute frenzy until the NFL’s 2021 season officially starts.
Houston may now be designated as a “no-fly zone” for superstars, and may have lost out on its chance to become one of the premier sports cities in the process.
The phrase “New year, new me” apparently didn’t seem like a good idea to Houston sports teams, as the city has itself another disgruntled superstar to deal with at the beginning of 2021.
To help ring in the holiday season, it’s time to find out which of the NFL’s 20-plus Christmas Day games is the best in league history.
With 32 teams across the NFL, it’s tough for everyone to get exactly what they’re hoping for as the holiday season comes and goes. But, it helps to narrow things down with a specific wish list.
When NFL fans think about football on a holiday, the first thing that comes to mind is Thanksgiving. But, every once in a while, viewers are treated to special games on Christmas Day.
To celebrate the holiday and all of its fixings, we counted down the best Thanksgiving Day games in NFL history.
In his third year as the Titans head coach, Mike Vrabel has created a monster in the AFC South, with a 5-0 record through the team’s first five games of the 2020 season to show for it.
There are more teams in the NFL that have gone back-to-back as Super Bowl champions than those without an appearance on the NFL’s biggest stage. But, why does it still seem like such a massive feat to pull off a repeat?
When the 2020 NFL season starts, the league will have had the most time out of any to work on safety measures and contingency plans due to the COVID-19 pandemic.