|» ||Brees apologizes: I 'completely missed the mark'|
In an Instagram post, Drew Brees said he was apologizing to his friends, teammates, New Orleans, the black community, the NFL community and "anyone I hurt with my comments yesterday."
|» ||Fromm apologizes for 'elite white people' text|
Bills rookie quarterback Jake Fromm apologized Thursday after screenshots emerged of a text conversation in which he said only "elite white people" should be able to purchase guns.
|» ||Vikes players pay respects at Floyd's memorial|
The Vikings canceled all virtual team meetings on Thursday and ended the business day at noon to allow players, coaches and staff members the opportunity to view a local memorial service for George Floyd.
|» ||Players send message to NFL on racial inequality|
Patrick Mahomes, Saquon Barkley and Michael Thomas are among more than a dozen NFL stars who united to send a passionate video message to the league about racial inequality.
|» ||Shanahan sad Kaepernick still misunderstood|
San Francisco 49ers coach Kyle Shanahan said Thursday that he's frustrated many still don't understand the message Colin Kaepernick was trying to convey by kneeling during the national anthem in protest of systemic racism and oppression in 2016.
|» ||Colts GM: 'We can't go back into our bubble'|
Colts GM Chris Ballard and Bucs coach Bruce Arians on Thursday said those protesting social injustice can't go back to being silent. "We can't go back into our bubble, because that's what we've always done," Ballard said.
|» ||Fins' Flores urges players to be safe at protests|
Dolphins coach Brian Flores was friends with Chris Beaty, who was killed in Indianapolis on Saturday. Beaty's death led Flores to tell Dolphins players to be careful and to be safe while protesting social injustice.
|» ||Cowboys' Frederick on the reserve/retired list|
The Dallas Cowboys will place retired center Travis Frederick on the reserve/retired list on Thursday, freeing up $7 million in salary-cap space.
|» ||What ex-Packer Santana Dotson wants people to know about George Floyd|
The pair played football at Yates High School in Houston. Dotson said: 'When it hits so close to home, it’s tremendous pain.'
|» ||Biggest misses of the NFL offseason: Packers pass on WRs, Lions still need pass-rushers|
Wait, the Lions didn't add a pass-rusher? The Packers passed on every WR in a loaded draft class? Here are the moves that should have happened ... but didn't.
|» ||Ranking the NFL ultimate all-conference teams: Did ACC, Big Ten or SEC win?|
We sorted the NFL's best players by college conference and built the best lineups. Now we stack them 1-6 to see which group has ultimate bragging rights.
|» ||Onus on Matt LaFleur to create big plays for Packers without big additions|
Expanding the Packers' playbook will be a priority in Green Bay, but do they have the playmakers to pull it off?
|» ||Throwing to buddies and living at home, Joe Burrow's NFL journey starts with an audible|
Joe Burrow's NFL career is starting in the basement of his childhood home with video calls and on practice fields around town working out with former high school teammates.
|» ||Will the NFL season start on time? Here's everything we know, 100 days out|
What we know right now about the NFL's plans for the 2020 season amid the coronavirus pandemic and what still needs to be figured out.
|» ||Meet the '21 QB class: Names to know, potential landing spots|
Trevor Lawrence and Justin Fields are the headliners, but who else should you keep an eye on?
|» ||Unveiling our projections for the 2020 NFL season: Wins, Super Bowl chances, more|
Chiefs reign supreme again? A new king in the AFC East? We ran 20,000 simulations for the 2020 NFL season with our Football Power Index model.