Today in Sports, September 30 - Brett Favre passes Dan Marino to become the NFL leader in career touchdown passes
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.
Rookie Marvin Mims Jr. leads the Denver Broncos with 195 receiving yards on just seven catches. He’s had a 45-yard punt return and a 99-yard kickoff return for a touchdown.
Green Bay Packers left tackle David Bakhtiari was placed on injured reserve Thursday, his latest setback stemming from a knee injury that has limited him for the past three years.
MetLife Stadium has become a home away from home for the Seattle Seahawks. The Seahawks have won all five of the games they’ve played at the home of the Giants and Jets in East Rutherford, New Jersey.
Adam Thielen isn’t ready to call it a revenge game. But the Carolina Panthers wide receiver won’t deny he’s been eagerly awaiting Sunday’s game against the Minnesota Vikings, the team that released him earlier this offseason in a salary-cap move.
Aaron Donald owns a Super Bowl ring, three NFL Defensive Player of the Year awards and is widely regarded as the NFL’s top defensive tackle.
Zach Wilson knows the noise is out there and it’s blaring right now. The New York Jets quarterback is being criticized, slammed and ripped apart by frustrated fans on social media and sports talk radio and his unflattering play has been documented and dissected by reporters.
The NFL figured it had a marquee made-for-TV matchup when it announced the league’s schedule in May.
Any chance that San Francisco might get caught looking past Arizona and toward their Week 5 showdown against Dallas was put to rest when the 49ers saw the way the Cardinals handled the Cowboys.
Houston coach DeMeco Ryans and rookie quarterback C.J. Stroud admire the sustained success that coach Mike Tomlin has had during his tenure in Pittsburgh and hope to one day emulate it.
The Philadelphia Eagles are looking to start the season 4-0 when they host NFC East rival Washington on Sunday.
The Tennessee Titans are about to find out if an ugly loss can help them play better. The Titans are coming off their fewest total yards in a game in 49 years.
The Chicago Bears and Denver Broncos have a chance for a reprieve when they meet in a matchup between reeling and winless teams.
The Chicago Bears are winless and have only one sack on the season even after rebuilding their defensive front line in the offseason.
Bills coach Sean McDermott joked that he put the call out to see if sprinter Usain Bolt might be free to help Buffalo’s defense prepare to face the Miami Dolphins’ speedy offense.
Rookie quarterback C.J. Stroud and the Houston Texans host the Pittsburgh Steelers, where they’ll look to build on last week’s big win at Jacksonville.
The Chicago Bears and Denver Broncos are winless and reeling. But at least one of them figures to get a reprieve when they meet on Sunday.
Minnesota Vikings quarterback Kirk Cousins could be in for a big game on Sunday against the Carolina Panthers.
Maybe the Jacksonville Jaguars can jump-start their lackluster offense overseas. After scoring nine and 17 points in consecutive home losses to Kansas City and Houston, respectively, the Jaguars headed across the pond for back-to-back games in London.
The Pittsburgh Steelers are providing a case study on the value of NFL running backs. Najee Harris and Jalen Warren have split the workload almost 50/50 through the first three games of the season.
The Los Angeles Chargers will face the Las Vegas Raiders on Sunday in a series where the home team has won each of the past four games.
The Indianapolis Colts are hoping rookie quarterback Anthony Richardson will clear the concussion protocol and be ready to play Sunday against Los Angeles.
Baker Mayfield is off to a solid start with his fourth NFL team as he leads the Tampa Bay Buccaneers into New Orleans.
New England’s Ezekiel Elliott is set for a Dallas homecoming after seven seasons as the star running back for the Cowboys.
The Seattle Seahawks and New York Giants have split their 20 career meetings. The Seahawks are 5-0 all time at MetLife Stadium, including their only Super Bowl title in franchise history.
The Cincinnati Bengals are looking to put together a winning streak as they renew their old AFC Central rivalry with the Tennessee Titans.