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Washington will go by 'Washington Football Team' until further notice
Jul 23, 2020
The Washington NFL franchise will go by a new name until further notice: the Washington Football Team. Washington's name change, announced by the team on Thursday, is only temporary as the franchise attempts to rebrand its image.
AFC East training camp preview: Bills rising; Patriots are in flux
Jul 14, 2020
Do the Bills have any weaknesses? Are the Dolphins coalescing? Can Cam Newton reset with the Patriots? Will the Jets smooth things out with Jamal Adams? Jeremy Bergman provides the lowdown on every AFC East team ahead of training camp.
Trent Williams signs restructured deal with 49ers, passes physical
Jun 20, 2020
Trent Williams has a new deal in San Francisco. Well, new-ish. Williams is due $12.5 million this season, the final year of a five-year extension signed with Washington in 2015. He'll receive around half of it from the 49ers guaranteed in advance.
Antonio Brown pleads no contest in battery case, gets probation
Jun 12, 2020
Antonio Brown was ordered to serve two years of probation and 100 hours of community service, attend a 13-week anger management program and undergo psychological/psychiatric evaluation and treatment if necessary, per a Broward County Court disposition order.
AFC East roster reset: Patriots vulnerable after Tom Brady's exit?
Apr 07, 2020
The New England Patriots have reigned over the AFC East for two decades, but with Tom Brady gone, are we about to witness a changing of the guard. Jeremy Bergman explores where each team in this division stands heading into the 2020 NFL Draft.
Patrick Mahomes is Super Bowl MVP after comeback
Apr 02, 2020
The Kansas City Chiefs quarterback took home Super Bowl LIV MVP honors after leading K.C. back from a 10-point fourth-quarter deficit and to its second-ever Lombardi Trophy and its first in 50 years in a 31-20 win over the San Francisco 49ers.
Bucs only known team to make Tom Brady an offer
Mar 17, 2020
Tom Brady's camp led the Chargers to believe that he would land with an East coast team because of family considerations. The six-time Super Bowl champion has an agreement in principle to join the Bucs for roughly $30 million per year, Ian Rapoport reports.