Best Fits For NFL Free Agent Linebackers: Trio Of Young Linebackers Headline ClassAnthony Barr, C.J. Mosley and Jordan Hicks are free agents. Will these linebackers return to their teams, or find big paydays elsewhere?
Giants Trade Olivier Vernon To Browns For Guard Kevin ZeitlerJust days after parting ways with star safety Landon Collins, the New York Giants said goodbye to another major factor of their defense on Friday.
NFL Linebacker Trevor Bates Indicted For Allegedly Punching NYPD Sergeant In QueensBates was charged with second-degree assault, obstructing governmental administration, theft of services and resisting arrest.
Best Fits For NFL Free Agent Running Backs: Le'Veon Bell, Tevin Coleman, & Mark IngramLe'Veon Bell tweeted recently that he was "free at last". Where will he end up now?
Best Fits For NFL Free Agent Quarterbacks: Where Will Nick Foles, Teddy Bridgewater End Up?Nick Foles and Teddy Bridgewater are the headliners of the QB free agent class. Where should they end up?
Colin Kaepernick, Eric Reid Settle Collusion Grievances With NFLKaepernick and Reid had filed collusion grievances against the league, saying they were blacklisted because of protests during the national anthem at games.
Jets, Adam Gase Fill Out New Coaching StaffAdam Gase has filled out his staff, hiring Jim Bob Cooter as running backs coach, Shawn Jefferson as assistant head coach-offense/wide receivers, and Frank Bush as assistant head coach-defense/inside linebackers.
NYC Teenager Who Gave Up Football Draws Inspiration From Male Cheerleaders At Super Bowl LIIIAntonio Clarke of Crown Heights loves football, but heading into his junior year at KIPP NYC College Prep High in the Bronx, he made a change.
SEE IT: CBS2's Otis Livingston Checks Out Super Bowl LIII Fan ExperienceThousands of fans are flocking to Atlanta for a chance to see how they measure up against the pros ahead of the big game Sunday on CBS2.
Phil Simms, Nate Burleson: Never Tired Of Talking About PatriotsWhile some fans may be feeling the fatigue of seeing the Patriots in the Super Bowl, The NFL Today analysts are not.
Survey Says Americans Plan On Spending $14.8 Billion On Super BowlAccording to a survey from the National Retail Federation, Americans will spend on average $81 per person totaling over $14.8 billion on game day.