NFL NEWS
» Here's what the national anthem policy actually means
How will "show respect" be defined? Can players raise their fist? Will there be any avenue to protest without discipline? Here's what to expect.

» Players, coaches and owners react to anthem policy
NFL owners will require players to stand if they are on the field for the national anthem. Here's reaction to the new rule.

» Jets won't prohibit kneeling despite new policy
New York Jets CEO Chris Johnson says the team will not discourage its players from kneeling during the national anthem despite the NFL's new policy.

» Foster's felony charges dropped; can rejoin 49ers
Niners linebacker Reuben Foster will be able to rejoin the team on Thursday after a judge dropped two felony charges related to domestic violence.

» Incognito being held for involuntary psych eval
Former Bills lineman Richie Incognito was being held on an involuntary psychiatric evaluation after an incident at a gym in Florida.

» Manziel expected to be Tiger-Cats' backup QB
Hamilton Tiger-Cats coach June Jones said Wednesday that QB Jeremiah Masoli is the CFL team's starter, making Johnny Manziel a backup. Manziel is one of five QBs in the Tiger-Cats' training camp.

» Drop top: NFL wants roof open for Atlanta SB
Weather permitting, the NFL wants the roof at Atlanta's Mercedes-Benz Stadium open for next season's Super Bowl.

» Bills owner doubtful about replacing stadium
Owner Kim Pegula says the Bills' prospects to replace New Era Field, which opened in 1973 and is among the league's oldest venues, aren't promising.

» NFL owners pass new national anthem policy
Under a policy unanimously approved by owners, NFL players and personnel have the option not to take the field for the national anthem, but those who do must stand.

» Brown advice to Bell over contract: 'Show up'
Antonio Brown, who had his own contract dispute with the Pittsburgh Steelers a few years ago, said he would give this advice to friend and teammate Le'Veon Bell: "Show up and get better and show guys you're serious."

» Time for Aaron Rodgers to change after injuries? 'Nope'
No QB has been better throwing TDs outside the pocket since 2008 than Aaron Rodgers, and he doesn't plan on adjusting his game anytime soon.

» Jets admit to one of biggest draft mistakes ever -- finally
A class studying the Jets' handling of Christian Hackenberg would be labeled How Not to Groom a Quarterback 101.

» Answers for the five biggest NFL questions left in the offseason
Will OBJ get a new deal? Where will Dez Bryant sign? We take on the NFL's biggest questions left to be answered this offseason.

» Best stuff from OTAs: Kirk Cousins, Alex Smith and a Bucs OL seeks hair help
Rookie camps are in the books. It's time for full teams to take the practice field for OTAs. Here's the best stuff from around the NFL.

» OTAs roll call: Brady, Gronk among stars skipping workouts
Tom Brady, Julio Jones and Aaron Donald are conspicuously absent but Odell Beckham Jr. is attending OTAs.

» How 2017 NFL holdouts fared: Donald dominated; Bell took time
There were some high-profile players absent from OTAs and training camp in 2017. How did each get along following his return to the field?

» 2018 World Fame 100: Who reaches the pinnacle across sports?
Tom Brady at 38? Who ranks above TB12 in ESPN's 3rd annual ranking of the biggest names in sports?

» NFL dream drives Nathan Shepherd from factory job to Jets
AT 24, Nathan Shepherd has more mileage on his tires than most NFL rookies, but his days of "scraping by" are finally over.

» Contract, workout regimen among factors in Gronk's absence
Rob Gronkowski could be leaving $250,000 on the table by skipping OTAs, but perhaps a sweetened deal could influence him to make the trip.

» Jon Gruden has long been intrigued by Christian Hackenberg
Jon Gruden expressed admiration for Christian Hackenberg on his QB Camp show in 2016. Now, the Raiders coach has acquired Hackenberg from the Jets.

» Are the NFL's looming kickoff changes enough to save it?
The league is aiming to make the play safer. But will it work? Here's an inside look at the proposal and whether it's really a long-term solution.

» Guide to the owners meetings agenda: Anthem, replay, more
Is the league expected to reach a resolution on the anthem policy? Here's a breakdown of the four items on the table in Atlanta and their status.

» Odell Beckham's doing everything this spring for new contract
With other receivers from his draft class landing lucrative deals, the Giants star is out to prove he deserves a long-term contract.

» Power Rankings: Where your team stands after the draft
The Cardinals have their future QB. The Saints are going for it. The Patriots are still atop the AFC. Here's how our experts stack all 32 teams.