If you were to ask Tom Brady, it may be a little early to act like COVID-19 is in the NFL’s rearview mirror.
As the NFL prepares for its first season in a world with COVID-19 vaccines, the league isn’t holding back with its protocols for the 2021 regular season.
After a season full of strict protocols in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, the daily routine of players across the NFL will look a lot different in 2021.
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.
After more than a decade with the Patriots that included three Super Bowl wins, Julian Edelman’s time in the NFL has come to an end.
Mock drafts are a timeless classic from a content perspective in any sport. But, is all of the effort that goes into one worth it?
After holding a virtual edition of the NFL Draft in 2020, the NFL will be returning to an in-person format for 2021, complete with players and fans in attendance.
When you’ve won seven Super Bowl trophies, you can afford to take a risk and have some fun with one of them.
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.
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.
Two days after the Patriots’ makeshift Monday night matchup against the Chiefs, another member of the team reportedly tested positive for COVID-19.
Take a look at some of the biggest names that were forced out of action due to the injury bug that ran through the NFL, varying from season-ending injuries to unknown timetables that could last weeks or months.
What if the rumored deal to send NBC’s Al Michaels to ESPN had gone through? What if there was a “trade deadline” of sorts for networks to shake things up and rework their broadcast teams?
Some MLB and NBA players aren’t alone in their decisions to step away from their respective games for the 2020 season due to COVID-19, as numerous names across the NFL voiced their concerns and opted out before training camp began.
The Patriots have officially returned to the conversation when it comes to the NFL’s most interesting quarterback rooms, signing former Panthers QB and league MVP Cam Newton to a one-year deal.