Roundup: Washington activates OL Brandon Scherff, DL Daron Payne from reserve/COVID-19 list
The Washington Football Team returns two key starters from the reserve/COVID-19 list. The team announced G Brandon Scherff and DT Daron Payne were activated Thursday morning.
Dan Campbell: Former first-round CB Jeff Okudah becoming a 'bad dude' in Lions secondary
Jeff Okudah is having a much better go of it in his second season in Detroit. The corner has reportedly stood out during camp as one of the top players on a questionable defense.
Aaron Rodgers kept Jordan Love in the loop this offseason: 'I went through that'
Knowing the pressure his backup would feel, Aaron Rodgers wanted to ensure the Jordan Love didn't think his issue with the organization was personal toward the young QB.
Raiders QB Derek Carr finally playing 'free' in fourth season under HC Jon Gruden
Three-time Pro Bowl quarterback Derek Carr says that the ability to block out the noise and not sweat his critics would allow him to play looser.
49ers DC DeMeco Ryan on Nick Bosa progress: Still day to day
On Wednesday, former first-round pick Nick Bosa had a maintenance day and first-year defensive coordinator DeMeco Ryans let it be known there was no rushing to get Bosa back out there.
Raiders sign six-time Pro Bowl DL Gerald McCoy
Gerald McCoy, a six-time Pro Bowl defensive lineman, has signed with the Raiders, the team announced on Wednesday.
Sterling Shepard supports Giants HC Joe Judge's discipline: 'If you don't like it, then you're welcome to leave'
Veteran Giants wide receiver Sterling Shepard conveyed that the team is turning the page on Tuesday's skirmish and made it clear that he has no problems with Joe Judge's old-school approach in punishing the team for the fracas.
Tom Brady, Bruce Arians to attend Peyton Manning's Pro Football Hall of Fame enshrinement in Canton
Tom Brady is making the trip to Northeast Ohio to attend the Pro Football Hall of Fame's Class of 2021 enshrinement ceremony on Sunday, where his longtime rival and friend Peyton Manning will be enshrined.
Buccaneers, DC Todd Bowles agree to new three-year deal
Todd Bowles and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers have agreed to a new three-year deal that will pay him more than $3 million per season, NFL Network's Mike Garafolo reported
Washington Football Team no longer permitting fans to wear Native American headdresses, face paint at home games
The Washington Football Team announced Wednesday that fans will no longer be permitted to wear Native American headdresses or face paint at FedExField going forward.
Zac Taylor: 'No cause for panic' as Joe Burrow, Bengals offense struggle at training camp
Bengals coach Zac Taylor addressed the Bengals issues on offense in the early part of training camp and QB Joe Burrow continues to search for his rhythm.