Pro Football Kickoff
- Keidel: Patriots Being Forgotten Ahead Of Showdown With Red-Hot Chiefs Lost in the whirlwind of wild-card weekend is the team that never has to play in it because they're too good for it. The most successful team in the NFL has sailed largely under the radar.
- Then There Were 4: Colts-Pats, Packers-Seahawks To Play On Championship Sunday It's the Indianapolis Colts at the New England Patriots in the AFC championship game next Sunday. The Green Bay Packers visit the Seattle Seahawks in the NFC title game earlier in the day.
- Jared Max: Gov. Christie SHOULD Go To Lambeau This Weekend Many have criticized the New Jersey governor for carrying the flag for an out-of-state team. Not me.
New York Giants
- WATCH: Drake Gets Odell Beckham Jr. To Sign Fan's Jersey At His Concert Drake and Odell Beckham Jr teamed up to make a fan's day at a recent Drake concert.
- Palladino: Cutting Cruz Stings, But It Was Necessary For Giants' Future In the end, $7.5 million was just too much for general manager Jerry Reese to spend on a third wide receiver, even an immensely popular one whose name should ultimately end up in the team’s Ring of Honor.
- Keidel: Victor Cruz's Underdog Story Won't Soon Be Forgotten Like so many moves in the NFL, cutting Victor Cruz was cold, rooted in the blind business of finance, in numbers, in the zero-sum calculus of pay versus production.
New York Jets
- Darrelle Revis Court Hearing Delayed Until March 15, Reports Say Revis is facing two counts of aggravated assault, along with charges of robbery, conspiracy to commit aggravated assault and terroristic threats, a misdemeanor.
- Report: Jets Make Contract Offer To CB K'Waun Williams The Jets are reportedly among four teams that have offered a contract to free agent cornerback K'Waun Williams.
- Report: Revis' Lawyers Say Voice Heard On Aftermath Video Is Not Jets Star Hours after a video surfaced on TMZ.com on Sunday showing the aftermath of the alleged altercation between Jets star cornerback Darrelle Revis and two men on the streets of Pittsburgh, the player's attorneys went on the offensive.