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NFL teams can now interview head coaching candidates during last two weeks of season
Teams are now allowed to interview a candidate for a head coach position during the final two weeks of the regular season with the consent of the employer club. The interview can be virtual, and once the employing team gives consent, the candidate will be able to interview for any open head coach role.
Dolphins QB Tua Tagovailoa on trade rumors: 'I don't not feel wanted'
Last week, Dolphins HC Brian Flores was the one saddled with the responsibility of dispelling rumors involving Miami's purported interest in Texans QB Deshaun Watson. This week, it was Tua Tagovailoa's turn to answer questions about his uncertain future with the Dolphins.
Teddy Bridgewater on 3-4 Broncos: 'It's not time to panic, but it almost is'
Despite Denver's recent struggles, which includes an offense that's scored just 16 points per game and a defense allowing 25.3 points per game since Week 3, Teddy Bridgewater says there is no panic in the locker room.
Robert Saleh: QB Mike White to start vs. Bengals, Joe Flacco won't join Jets until Friday
The Jets' trade acquisition of quarterback Joe Flacco won't keep Mike White from making his first career start. Coach Robert Saleh said Wednesday that White, who relieved injured starter Zach Wilson last week, will start against the Bengals on Sunday.
Browns QB Baker Mayfield: Shoulder surgery not a certainty, playing Sunday a possibility
Nobody can say Baker Mayfield isn't optimistic. On Wednesday, the Browns QB left two doors open regarding his shoulder injury: one to potentially play this Sunday, and another in suggesting that surgery might not be necessary.
The truth about Trevon Diggs: Sorting out Cowboys CB's 'boom or bust' season
Trevon Diggs has lit the NFL on fire with a blistering interception rate -- but the Cowboys corner has also struggled with consistency. Nick Shook delves into the tape and Pro Football Focus figures to pin down the truth about an early Defensive Player of the Year candidate.
Commissioner Roger Goodell: Washington Football Team owner Daniel Snyder has been held accountable
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell on Tuesday expressed his stance that the league appropriately handled the review and sanction of the Washington Football Team organization's improper workplace conduct.
NFL plans to enact new enhancements to Rooney Rule ahead of next hiring cycle
The NFL plans to inform owners at the league's fall meeting Tuesday of new enhancements to the Rooney Rule for the upcoming hiring cycle, including mandating at least one in-person interview with an external minority candidate for head coach and general manager jobs.
Offensive Player Rankings, Week 8: Matt Ryan, Ryan Tannehill among NFL's most underrated right now
David Carr spotlights six of the most underrated offensive players in the NFL right now, lauding a pair of veteran quarterbacks, a trio of receivers and one second-year running back. Plus, an updated ranking of the top 15 offensive stars.
Next Woman Up: Gayle Benson, Owner and Chairman of the New Orleans Saints
In this installment of the Next Woman Up series, Gayle Benson discusses her primary job as Saints owner and gives advice to women considering a career in the NFL. Plus, what she learned from her late husband, former Saints owner Tom Benson.
The First Read, Week 8: Packers facing moment of truth vs. Cardinals; Daniel Jones steps up
Will the Packers prove they can hang with the NFC's top teams in a huge Thursday showdown with the Cardinals? Jeffri Chadiha explores that and more in his First Read ahead of Week 8 of the 2021 NFL season.
Bucs reward fan who gave back Tom Brady's 600th-TD ball with season tickets, signed memorabilia
Byron Kennedy wasn't supposed to receive Tom Brady's 600th-touchdown football. He's being rewarded handsomely for giving it back. The Buccaneers are giving Kennedy two signed jerseys and a helmet from Brady, a signed Mike Evans jersey and his game cleats, $1,000 credit at the team store, and two season passes for the remainder of this season and 2022.
Chiefs, Bears and 49ers among NFL teams that should be panicking most after rough Week 7
Near the end of the 2021 NFL season's second month, it's still too early to make definitive conclusions on most teams -- but it's NOT too early for certain fan bases to be freaking out. Adam Schein identifies the nine Week 7 losers who should be panicking the most.
Raiders' Rich Bisaccia calls Derek Carr 'pretty close to the next level' after stellar Week 7 performance
Raiders QB Derek Carr was absurdly accurate in Sunday's win over the Eagles, so much so that interim coach Rich Bisaccia was unashamed to tell the world what he thinks of the 30-year-old's play this season.
Patrick Mahomes on turnovers in Chiefs' blowout loss to Titans: 'I just pressed a little bit too early'
The Chiefs were a preseason favorite to return to the Super Bowl for a third straight season. However, seven games into the season, they're 3-4, sitting tied for last in the AFC West, 11th in the conference.
Zach Ertz on first game in Cards offense: 'I've never seen so much green grass in the middle of the field'
Newly acquired tight end Zach Ertz provided the cherry on top of the Cardinals' rout, catching a pass over the middle and jaunting to the end zone for a 47-yard touchdown that essentially iced the game.