A person with knowledge of the situation says Aaron Rodgers attended a team meeting at the New York Jets’ New Jersey hotel Saturday night and is expected to attend the game against the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday night.
The Baltimore Ravens have put linebacker David Ojabo on injured reserve with ankle and knee problems.
Cleveland Browns tight end David Njoku suffered burns to his face and arm in an accident at home while lighting a fire pit.
Woody, Buzz Lightyear and the “Toy Story” universe will be taking in an NFL game for the first time.
Detroit Lions coach Dan Campbell says his team “is going to stay on the hunt” even though it leads the NFC North and is playing as well as any team in the conference.
The Baltimore Ravens have ruled out injured wide receivers Odell Beckham Jr. and Rashod Bateman for Sunday’s game at Cleveland.
Nearly 13 months have passed since Seattle Seahawks safety Jamal Adams limped off the field with another major injury.
The pressure is on an injury-riddled offensive line as the Green Bay Packers attempt to bounce back from a 34-20 home loss to the NFC North-leading Detroit Lions.
Saquon Barkley was limited at practice for the second straight day and the star running back’s status for Monday night’s game against the Seattle Seahawks remains uncertain because of a sprained right ankle.
Los Angeles Chargers center Corey Linsley will be placed on injured reserve with a heart issue. The 32-year-old Linsley is in his 10th NFL season and third with the Chargers.
The New York Jets acknowledge they’ll need to at least keep up with Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs’ explosive offense Sunday night if they expect to have any chance of winning.
The NFL has revised its gambling policy and is reinstating three players who previously received longer suspensions.
Panthers make it official, Bryce Young to return to starting lineup vs. Vikings after missing Week 3
Panthers rookie quarterback Bryce Young will start against the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday. Panthers coach Frank Reich made the decision Friday.
Las Vegas Raiders defensive end Chandler Jones has been arrested. Vegas-area police say took Jones into custody early Friday.
The Los Angeles Rams have signed tight end Tyler Higbee to a two-year contract extension through 2025. The Rams announced the deal Friday.
The NFL is touting the global demand for its product ahead of its five international games, confirming cities in Brazil and Spain are under review as potential future hosts.
Buffalo Bills starting safety Jordan Poyer was ruled out from playing against the Miami Dolphins this weekend, potentially opening the door for Damar Hamlin to appear in his first regular-season game since going into cardiac arrest during a game in January.
Indianapolis Colts quarterback Anthony Richardson is expected to start Sunday against the Los Angeles Rams after clearing the concussion protocol.
Cleveland Browns quarterback Deshaun Watson is listed as questionable for Sunday’s game against rival Baltimore because of a shoulder injury.
Coach Mike McDaniel has confirmed that star receiver Jaylen Waddle cleared concussion protocols. He will be available when the Dolphins head to Buffalo to face the division rival Bills on Sunday.
Return specialist Jamal Agnew will be a game-time decision Sunday for the Jacksonville Jaguars who confirmed wide receiver Zay Jones won’t play against the Atlanta Falcons at Wembley Stadium.
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The NFL didn’t need a popularity boost before Travis Kelce became enchanted with Taylor Swift. They’ll gladly welcome millions of Swifties to watch this love story unfold.
The Green Bay Packers once again put themselves in an early hole. They couldn’t quite dig their way out this time.
David Montgomery rushed for 121 yards and three touchdowns, and the Detroit Lions asserted themselves as the team to beat in the NFC North, beating the Green Bay Packers 34-20.
J.C. Jackson is trying to stay focused on the present, even though he has generated plenty of attention for what has transpired over the past week.
New England’s Ezekiel Elliott is set for a Dallas homecoming after seven seasons as the star running back for the Cowboys.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers starting quarterback Baker Mayfield and New Orleans Saints backup Jameis Winston are not exactly where they were expected to be at this point in their careers.
Jimmy Garoppolo has been preparing as if he’s going to be the Las Vegas Raiders’ starting quarterback on Sunday against the Los Angeles Chargers.
Star running back Saquon Barkley practiced on a limited basis with a sprained right ankle on Thursday and his status for the New York Giants game against the Seattle Seahawks on Monday night is still uncertain.
The Browns’ top-rated defense has passed every test so far. Their toughest yet is coming Sunday. Cleveland will host Baltimore and dynamic, dual-threat quarterback Lamar Jackson, who is coming off a 200-yard passing, 100-yard rushing game last week in a loss.