Clear out your calendars, NFL fans. It’s time to gear up for the Divisional Round.
The NFL’s first 18-week regular season in league history is all said and done, and it’s time for the playoffs.
To memorialize 2021, it’s time to count down the six biggest sports moments of the year.
A Christmas Day doubleheader in 2021 will add to a relatively light history for the NFL on the merry holiday.
NFL players haven’t been shy when it comes to voicing their displeasures about Thursday night games in years past.
Watching some football and eating more food than your stomach could ever handle. Does it get any better than that?
In a sport that has so many traditions, it’s tough to beat Thanksgiving Day football.
It seems like many will be tuning in to see what the Manning brothers bring to the table for Monday Night Football.
Arguably the busiest woman in sports managed to lead NBA Finals coverage on ESPN at the beginning of a week, and appear on NBC’s Olympics coverage just a few days later.
ESPN and Peyton Manning put pen to paper on a deal that will have the legendary QB calling Monday Night Football games in 2021. Sort of.
As we await answers to all sorts of postseason questions, here’s all of the key info you need to know for the 2021 Stanley Cup Semifinals.
After all of the madness inside the NHL’s bubble in Canada in 2020, the Stanley Cup Playoffs are back to normal in 2021. Well, kind of.
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.
The reigning Super Bowl champion Buccaneers and the Dak Prescott-led Cowboys will set the tone for the NFL’s 2021 campaign.
To help you prepare for the last game of the 2020 NFL season, here is our official guide for Super Bowl LV.
Whether you’re looking to watch the Super Bowl on TV, stream it, or listen on the radio, the NFL has ensured that there will be a variety of ways to get the game.