2016 NFL unrestricted free agents by position
Von Miller highlights the list of available outside linebackers in the 2016 free agency class. Check out who else is on the market at each position.
Week 17 Cheat Sheet: Vikings vying for NFC North
The final Sunday of the regular season is upon us and the Patriots are one win away from home-field advantage. Will Tom Brady lead a win over the Dolphins? Kevin Patra breaks down every contest.
Week 16 Cheat Sheet: Battle of the backups
Two backups -- AJ McCarron and Brock Osweiler -- will quarterback the Bengals and the Broncos in Monday's crucial AFC matchup. Here's everything you need to know before kickoff.
What we learned: Carlos Hyde runs all over Vikings
In his return to football, Adrian Peterson did not have a great night. Instead, Carlos Hyde and the 49ers stole his thunder, running all over the Vikings en route to a 20-3 victory.
Fines roundup: Suggs docked $8,268 for hit on Blount
Baltimore Ravens Terrell Suggs was fined just over $8K on Friday for a late hit on Pittsburgh Steelers running back LeGarrette Blount last Sunday night. Who else got punished on Friday for Week 9 acts?
Matt Flynn-sanity, Andy Reid's basketball skills top Week 12
The Fifth Down tackles the best stories of Week 12, including Matt Flynn's almost epic comeback in Green Bay, and Andy Reid boxing out Philip Rivers on the Kansas City Chiefs' sideline.
Robert Meachem, Eddie Royal don't play for Chargers
Robert Meachem and Eddie Royal are inactive for the San Diego Chargers with hamstring injuries. With an already anemic passing game, who will Philip Rivers throw to on "Thursday Night Football"?
Raiders trade Louis Murphy to Panthers for draft pick
The Oakland Raiders aren't exactly hurting for depth at wide receiver. But it's a different story in Carolina, where Louis Murphy is a new asset for Cam Newton and the Panthers.
Rodgers, Packers should feast indoors against Falcons
Scott Engel of RotoExperts.com previews all the Week 12 matchups from a fantasy perspective.
Colts-Patriots never gets old because of Manning, Brady
Like clockwork, again, Colts-Patriots is a rather big game on Sunday. And much as they'd like to deflect the credit for that, the biggest reason why comes down to two quarterbacks who've forge a competition like the game has never seen.