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The NFL has made big changes to the concussion protocol, including adding more independent neurologists and the immediate removal of players who show impact seizure symptoms from a game.
The quarterbacks have plenty in common, as both carry significant workloads for their teams.
With the Seahawks needing to make a push for a postseason berth, the tight end has failed to record a catch for positive yardage in the past two games.
One step forward, two steps back. That's the way it has been for the Packers QB, who once again struggled at home in Saturday's loss.
Russell Wilson hit Jimmy Graham for a 3-yard touchdown to give Seattle a slim advantage.
Buffalo is alive in the wild card race and New England is eyeing the top seed in the AFC as the teams square off in Foxborough.
When NBA stars don't have their own signature sneaker but want to show off some fancy footwear, they turn to Kickstradomis, who'll have plenty of his custom art on the hardwood this Christmas.
Ravens WR Mike Wallace felt home fans were "disrespectful" to Breshad Perriman. Said Wallace: "If that was me ... I would have turned around and flipped the bird to the whole stadium."
Bringing the Babe Ruth of Japan stateside could inspire more creativity across the majors for using players regularly as both hitters and pitchers.
Will Saints QB Drew Brees have a big game against the Falcons? See where our experts place him and all the key players for Week 16.
AJ Mass provides updated inactives and analysis based on the latest reports and official announcements leading up to kickoff.
The Steelers are hoping to clinch a first-round bye to increase their chances of having a healthy Antonio Brown available for the start of their playoff run.
UCLA quarterback Josh Rosen would prefer to play for the Giants over the Browns and would be hesitant to come out in next year's NFL draft if he knew that Cleveland was going to take him with the No. 1 overall pick, according to league sources familiar wi
Multiple teams think the Packers should have to release Aaron Rodgers because they violated a league rule regarding the quarterback's eligibility to be placed on IR.