ViacomCBS And NFL Reach New Agreement, Now Multiplatform Home Of League Through 2033The NFL on CBS will continue for a while into the future.
Report: Jets Place Franchise Tag On Safety Marcus MayeThe move Monday night was expected and prevents Maye from becoming an unrestricted free agent when the new league year starts on March 17.
Maia Chaka To Make History As First African-American Female Official In NFLAs we celebrate Women's History Month, history will be made in the NFL this season. Maia Chaka will become the first African-American female official in the league. She's the latest in a growing trend of women in the NFL.
COVID 1 Year: The Sports World Stopped, But Hope And Progress Are Beginning To Win The DaysThe coronavirus pandemic brought on the most significant disruption to the sporting calendar since World War II.
Tom Brady Is Simply UnbelievableThere's nothing left to say about what Tom Brady's doing. It's simply unbelievable.
Long Island Man Thanks Hospital That Saved His Life By Offering Free Super Bowl Tickets To Health Care WorkersHow can you ever repay someone -- or a hospital -- for saving your life? Offering a trip of a lifetime is certainly a start.
Tom Brady Merchandise Is Selling Like Crazy Everywhere -- Including New EnglandFans everywhere want a piece of Tom Brady's Buccaneers gear -- even fans in New England.
Antonio Brown Will Get $750,000 Bonus If Tampa Bay Buccaneers Win Super BowlA former Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver is in for a big payday if his team wins the Super Bowl.
Tom Brady Will Be Wearing White Jersey In Super Bowl ... And That May Be Good News For BucsTom Brady was likely not upset when he learned what he'll be wearing on Super Sunday.
NFL Honoring Everyday Heroes At Super Bowl LVThe NFL is honoring three Americans for helping their communities during this challenging year, and these everyday heroes are getting a once-in-a-lifetime moment at the Super Bowl.
Long Island Teen's National Anthem Performance Wows Nation Before AFC Championship GameAn electrifying rendition of the Star-Spangled Banner by a 17-year-old Long Islander wowed the nation before the Kansas City Chiefs played the Buffalo Bills.