Cuts tracker: NFL teams finalize 53-player rosters
The NFL preseason has ended. The regular season is less than a week away from kicking off and that means it's time for teams to cut their rosters down to 53 players before Saturday's deadline.
Telvin Smith leads Jaguars to upset playoff win
Jacksonville rolled into Pittsburgh, knocked the Steelers off their feet and managed to dance around the ring long enough to emerge victorious. That win produced two examples of road greatness.
Blake Bortles' breakthrough game helps Jaguars stun Steelers
Blake Bortles, knocked for his up-and-down play this season, quieted his critics with a breakthrough performance Sunday, Jeffri Chadiha writes. Can the Jaguars' much-maligned QB keep it up next week in New England?
Mike Tomlin on onside kick: We hadn't stopped them
Mike Tomlin made the peculiar decision to attempt an onside kick while trailing by a touchdown with 2:18 left on Sunday. The coach explained how his lack of faith in his defense directed his call.
Jaguars hold off Steelers, advance to face Patriots
The Jaguars have done it. Sacksonville is heading to the AFC Championship Game. Jacksonville defeated Pittsburgh 45-42 Sunday in the AFC Divisional Round and will face the New England Patriots next week.
NFL Week 15: Thirty-six takeaways from Sunday
Sunday of Week 15 is in the books but not without some wild finishes. A few teams punched their ticket to the playoffs while some are still making their push. Here are some of our big takeaways from the games today.
Jacksonville Jaguars clinch AFC playoff berth with win
The Jaguars clinched an AFC playoff berth Sunday with a victory over the Houston Texans. The win pushes the Jaguars into the postseason for the first time since 2007.
Odell Beckham's cousin aims for chance as NFL running back
Terron Beckham, the cousin of New York Giants star WR Odell Beckham, Jr., is hoping for an NFL tryout as a 23-year-old fitness model who hasn't played football since high school.
Chargers' rookie class among NFL's best; Dolphins' gang lacking
Detroit's Ziggy Ansah has flashed talent, and Miami's Dion Jordan has underwhelmed. Gil Brandt identifies teams whose draftees have made their mark and those whose newbies have disappeared.