NFL NEWS
» Andrew Luck joins the list of shocking early retirements
Andrew Luck's retirement was shocking, but not unique. Here are more pro athletes who walked away with good years (and good money) remaining.

» Sources: AB loses 2nd hearing, nears helmet deal
Antonio Brown lost his second hearing with the NFL as the NFLPA supported the league's stance to not allow the Raiders receiver to wear his older helmet, sources told ESPN.

» Sources: Colts won't recoup money from Luck
Despite the fact that they could have recouped $24.8 million from their former quarterback, the Colts already have reached a financial settlement with Andrew Luck in which they will not take back any of the money they are owed, league sources told ESPN.

» Source: RB Miller has torn ACL, out for season
An MRI has confirmed that Houston Texans running back Lamar Miller has a torn ACL and will miss the upcoming season, a source told ESPN's Adam Schefter.

» Gruden names Keenum Redskins' starting QB
Jay Gruden officially named Case Keenum as the Redskins starting quarterback on Sunday.

» RG III applauds Luck's courage, 'human element'
Robert Griffin III, who was close to being in the same spot where Andrew Luck is today after injuries nearly derailed his career, applauded the retiring Colts quarterback for the "courage" to express the "human element" of his decision.

» Garoppolo sharp vs. K.C.: 'Step in right direction'
Jimmy Garoppolo, who posted a 0.0 passer rating on Monday night in Denver, bounced back with a sharp outing Saturday at Arrowhead Stadium, where he suffered a season-ending ACL injury in 2018.

» Source: Pack to cut 2017 2nd-round pick Jones
The Green Bay Packers will release safety Josh Jones on Sunday, and the 2017 second-round pick is likely to get claimed on waivers, a source told ESPN's Adam Schefter.

» What just happened? Barnwell makes sense of Andrew Luck's shocking decision
The Colts quarterback's surprising retirement changes the entire complexion of the NFL, in 2019 and beyond.

» Rams tackle Andrew Whitworth trying to keep his career alive at nearly 8,000 feet
Whitworth is the NFL's oldest lineman. Training at altitude in Colorado follows yoga, Jiu-Jitsu, power lifting and even golf as his ever-changing ways of challenge his body while trying to remain as the Rams' left tackle for at least one more year.

» What the sports world is saying about Andrew Luck's decision to retire
Shocked. Stunned. #LoveLuck. Best wishes. Here's some of the best reaction from former and current NFL players after news broke about the Colts QB.

» NFL preseason Week 3 takeaways: What now for the Texans at RB?
Lamar Miller's injury "was a tough thing to see," Texans coach Bill O'Brien said. Here's a look at all the big takeaways from the third full week of the 2019 NFL preseason.

» Karabell: What Luck's retirement means for fantasy
Which players' fantasy values are most affected by Luck's decision to step away from the game?

» Michael Bennett, in 11th season, experiences new formation
The veteran defensive end is learning new tricks in New England -- including being the only defender in a 3-point stance, lined up over the center.

» Miami's vice: Star power lacking in South Florida sports scene
South Beach is missing a big-name talent (or two, or three). We enlist eight ESPN experts with knowledge of Miami sports to guide us on who the next star will be.

» Cam Newton's injury puts spotlight on Panthers' struggling backup QBs
The struggles of Kyle Allen and Will Grier -- and the offense in general -- are troublesome signs for the Panthers.

» Advice for rookie NFL head coaches, and what all six have to prove
Here's what the new coaches of the Packers, Bengals, Browns, Broncos, Dolphins and Cardinals have to do to make successful transitions.

» 100 years of greatness: The best players ever in NFL history
It's an all-star team 100 years in the making. The history of the NFL is full of stars, but how do you build a starting lineup of the best of the best? Start with Tom Brady and go from there.