There’s too much offensive talent for the Redskins to have another inept offense, and the additions of some new players and coaches, plus another year for Jay Gruden, should make things slightly more easy to take.
The Redskins went 4-12 last season, their first under Jay Gruden, but still have plenty of issues to correct even after an offseason overhaul led to a new general manager and the acquisition of several new starters.
Brady will miss the first four games of the season after the commissioner, who served as the arbitrator in Brady’s appeal hearing, ruled that Brady “sought to hide evidence of his own participation” in altering footballs.
The Cardinals hired Welter, who played 14 years in various women’s leagues, to coach the team’s inside linebackers through their upcoming training camp and preseason.
A lawyer for former New England Patriots player Aaron Hernandez is asking a judge to let him question under oath a woman who called him anonymously and raised questions about a member of the jury that convicted his client of murder.
Citing a policy quietly, and conveniently, put into place five years ago, the Pro Football Hall of Fame will not allow for any of the late Junior Seau’s family members to speak at his induction early next month.
Griffin has overshadowed his entire organization and served as a lightning rod for controversy ever since his arrival in 2012. If a recent poll of NFL insiders is accurate, only Griffin can rescue himself.
The two schools announced on Wednesday that they will hold their annual contest west of the Mississippi River for the first time in 2018 when they meet at Qualcomm Stadium on Oct. 27.
Virginia Tech, Miami and North Carolina are among the Coastal Division schools who are hoping that their recent run of mediocrity ends with this upcoming season.
The Tigers were selected to win the ACC for the second time in three years, while the Yellow Jackets figure to be their opponents in the championship game, according to a media panel.
After years of dealing with the shuffle of realignment, ACC commissioner John Swofford, as well as players and coaches, believe the conference is as stable as ever as it eyes the future.
Favre headed up the Lambeau Field tunnel, a path that he had walked dozens of times. He was back at his football home.