MIAMI (AP) - The NFL has moved the kickoff for Miami's game in Week 2 against the Oakland Raiders from 4:15 p.m. EDT to 1 p.m. because of the Jewish holiday Rosh Hashanah.
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NFL Chief Medical Officer Dr. Allen Sills moderated a webinar to discuss key decisions the NFL made during the 2021 season, what the league has learned about COVID, and what the future of the pandemic may look like for 2022 and beyond.
CeeDee Lamb could emerge as a top-five receiver; plus, candidates for the cover of 'Madden NFL 23'
In this week's edition of the Scout's Notebook, Bucky Brooks says Dallas' CeeDee Lamb could emerge as a top-five NFL receiver in 2022. Plus, five candidates to grace the cover of "Madden NFL 23" and a look at the Steelers' new general manager.
Falcons QB Marcus Mariota both 'hungry to get back on the field again,' happy to mentor Desmond Ridder
Marcus Mariota spent enough time on the bench to learn he'd like to again become a starting quarterback in the NFL. He found such an opportunity in Atlanta, where rookie Desmond Ridder is also angling to start.