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It was a big week for some young receivers who are on their way to cementing their status as elite fantasy options this season.
Vikings long snapper Kevin McDermott had surgery on Friday after losing the tip of his left pinkie during Thursday's loss to the Rams, a source tells ESPN's Courtney Cronin.
Former Seahawks QB Trevone Boykin has been indicted on a charge of aggravated assault causing serious bodily injury in connection with an incident in which his girlfriend accused him of severely beating her.
The Los Angeles Rams left open the possibility that Aqib Talib could return to play this season after the cornerback underwent surgery Thursday to repair an ankle injury.
Burglars broke into Rams receiver Robert Woods' home and stole property during Thursday night's home win over the Vikings, less than a month after the home of Dodgers star Yasiel Puig was burglarized for the fourth time in the last 18 months.
Wes Hopkins, who ranks fifth all-time among Eagles players with 30 career interceptions over his 10 seasons with the team, has died at age 57.
Whether Jaguars running back Leonard Fournette plays against the Jets won't be determined until Sunday because the team wants to give his injured right hamstring as much rest as possible.
The Giants have ruled out five players for Sunday's game vs. the Saints, including linebacker Olivier Vernon, cornerback Eli Apple and tight end Evan Engram.
"My statistics are already there. I've already done everything from a statistical point. Obviously, it's out of my control. I can't throw it to myself. But what's important is we continue to win," Steelers receiver Antonio Brown said Friday.
In a game where the Rams had three 100-yard receivers, Kupp's versatility and matchups proved huge against the Vikings.
Eagles coach Doug Pederson said on Friday that running back Darren Sproles will miss this weekend's game against the Titans as he continues to heal from a hamstring injury.
Cobb's week after a two-drop, one-fumble game was a glimpse into the emotional gamut that can be theÂ NFL,Â whether it's after a good game or a bad one.
There's an unwritten rule in the Steelers locker room that Roethlisberger works to protect -- no blaring loud music during core business hours.
The renewal of the Ravens-Steelers rivalry means a key division game, a physical matchup, some bad blood and usually a dramatic outcome.
The Redskins bucked an NFL trend and stuck with first-rounders Jonathan Allen and Daron Payne on the defensive front throughout the win over Green Bay.
After a dysfunctional 2017, Gase is changing the 3-0 Dolphins' culture by building a hungry team that bought in to his vision.
The Bills are last in the NFL in WR catches, but Benjamin and Zay Jones say they're committed to being ready when the ball comes their way.
Mayfield "walked it like he talked it" when he stuck the OU flag on the Ohio State logo. It's that brashness that the Browns like in their rookie QB.
The NFL hasn't experienced a fundamental breakdown in how it wants roughing the passer officiated. But it does have a consistency problem.
Eagles defensive end Chris Long is pledging a quarter of his 2018 salary to launch the "First Quarter for Literacy" drive to help increase early literacy among young children.