» After 57 days and one win, Bengals superfan comes down from roof
Perhaps no one was happier for the 1-11 Bengals' first win than Jeff Lanham, who lived on the roof for six straight losses to make good on his word.

» Eli to officially start for Giants; Engram ruled out
Eli Manning will start at quarterback on Monday for the Giants, who will be without tight end Evan Engram. New York still hasn't had all its pass-catching weapons on the field together this season.

» Panthers give LB Thompson 4-year, $54.2M deal
The Panthers are giving linebacker Shaq Thompson a four-year, $54.2 million extension that includes $28 million guaranteed, agent Doug Hendrickson told ESPN's Adam Schefter. The total deal maxes out at $57 million.

» Bad air: Jerry Jones cut off after radio curses
Cowboys owner and general manager Jerry Jones was testy at the start of a radio interview and was cut off after cursing twice.

» Source: Pats to re-sign Folk after appendectomy
In a move that was expected, the Patriots will re-sign kicker Nick Folk, a league source confirmed to ESPN. Folk will replace Kai Forbath, who was waived on Monday.

» Vinatieri is sole active specialist on all-time team
Safety Ronnie Lott and cornerbacks Mel Blount, Mike Haynes and Dick "Night Train" Lane are unanimous selections for the NFL's All-Time Team,

» Chiefs down 2 top RBs with Williams ruled out
The Chiefs are down to three running backs for their game against the Patriots after Damien Williams was ruled out with a rib injury.

» Bell sent home from Jets practice with illness
Le'Veon Bell left Jets practice with an illness Friday and his status for Sunday's game against the Dolphins is in doubt.

» Picks, schedule guide, playoff scenarios and more
What to watch for in every game. Bold predictions. Fantasy advice. Key stats to know. And, of course, score predictions. It's all here for Week 14.

» Matthew Berry's Love/Hate for Week 14
Matthew provides another dose of perspective with the fantasy playoffs set to begin.

» The next wave of NFL head coaches: Names and trends to know for 2020
Teams could toward offensive-minded coaches like Colts assistant Nick Sirianni in their January searches. Expect at least six jobs to open.

» Rating the job security of every NFL head coach: Who's on the hot seat?
Dan Quinn and Jason Garrett could get fired, but they're not alone.

» 16 QBs for 16 new teams? Barnwell's predictions on a loaded 2020 market
Bridgewater, Newton, Trubisky, Rivers, Mariota -- all could change teams this offseason. And that's just the start.

» Fantasy fallout: Can you trust surging receivers like Alshon Jeffery in playoffs?
Relying on streaky receivers like Jeffery in your lineups can be risky now that it's fantasy playoff season. Our NFL Nation reporters are here to help.

» The big questions around Josh Shaw's suspension for gambling
Injured Arizona Cardinals DB Josh Shaw was suspended last week for betting on NFL games. Here's what happened and what's next.

» No receiver has ever won MVP, but Saints' Michael Thomas has a case
Can a wide receiver win MVP? Steve Young says if Jerry Rice couldn't, no one will. But Thomas is making the most compelling case since Rice in 1987.

» Athletes join in on the 'Baby Yoda' meme frenzy
To iconic meme status Baby Yoda ascended has. The collective Internet has been going wild over the lovable Disney+ character and the sports world is no exception.

» Big wins, Brady's struggles, and 'the bit': Three weeks inside The Patriot Way
In three weeks on the road with the Patriots, one thing became clear: The culture that Bill Belichick has created in New England runs deeper than another 10-win season -- or than Tom Brady's offensive struggles.

» Foot injury? For hundreds of NFL players, that means a trip to Green Bay
When it comes to fixing an injured foot, there's one doctor Cam Newton, Saquon Barkley and many other NFL players have to see, even if it means a trek to the NFL's smallest city.