Whether Griffin remains the team’s long-term answer at quarterback is uncertain. Griffin has been woeful since returning from a dislocated left ankle in the Redskins’ loss at Minnesota on Nov. 2.
Alabama, Oregon, Florida State and Mississippi State remained the top four teams in the College Football Playoff rankings on Tuesday heading into a weekend when just about all the contenders are facing challenging rivals.
Former NFL cornerback Aeneas Williams snapped into action Tuesday by repairing storefronts damaged by rioters the night before in Ferguson, Missouri.
Veteran safety Ryan Clark cycles through four different playlists before each Sunday’s game, with the last one dedicated to a fallen teammate.
Griffin turned in one of the worst performances we’ve seen from a Redskins quarterback Sunday — even worse than his play the week before in a 27-7 loss to Tampa Bay at home.
Justin Forsett rushed for 182 yards and two touchdowns, and the Baltimore Ravens beat New Orleans 34-27 on Monday night to hand the Saints their third consecutive loss.
Kyle Orton threw two touchdown passes, Robert Woods pulled off a slick one-handed catch and Scott Chandler added a snow-themed celebration as the Buffalo Bills shook off a rough week and drubbed the New York Jets 38-3 on Monday night.
As of Monday, coach Jay Gruden said the “intent” continued to be for Griffin to start Sunday against the Indianapolis Colts.
Berry began feeling discomfort in his chest near the end of Thursday night’s game at the Raiders, and a series of tests taken in Oakland and back in Kansas City revealed the mass.
Washington Redskins special teams captain and linebacker Adam Hayward has a tibial plateau fracture which requires surgery. He will be placed on injured reserve and is out for the rest of the season.
Chris Conos said he took one step toward Manziel and was struck several times in the face and “pushed and attacked” by the group of men who were with the first-round draft pick.
Tony Romo threw two touchdown passes to Dez Bryant, the winner from 13 yards with 1:01 remaining, lifting the Dallas Cowboys to a comeback 31-28 victory over the New York Giants.