NFL.com has opened up Game Pass for free through May 31 in the US and July 31 outside of America. So, to help you pass the time as you sit at home, here are some of the best NFL performances of the PFF era for you to watch.
Using PFF’s advanced database — the same one used by all 32 NFL teams and 79 FBS programs — we present the top player on all 130 FBS college football teams as we look forward to the 2020 college football season.
Many non-FBS prospects are being considered by NFL GMs, and several will hear their names called on draft day. Here are the non-FBS prospects worth taking in the 2020 NFL Draft — and those who are too risky.
Although many fans of the Los Angeles Rams are unhappy with the new logos and colors unveiled last month, Kevin Demoff, the team's chief operating officer, wrote on social media that there are no plans to make any changes.
Rob Gronkowski went from hosting WrestleMania to being part of the action and crowned WWE 24/7 champion on Sunday night. The title was created in 2019, and past champions have included NASCAR's Kyle Busch and the NBA's Enes Kanter.
Bobby Mitchell, who starred as a halfback for the Browns and at wide receiver for the Redskins during a career in which he reached the Pro Football Hall of Fame, died Sunday at 84. He was one of the first African American players to play for Washington.
Former New Orleans Saints kicker Tom Dempsey, who famously made a 63-yard field goal in 1970 despite being born without toes on his right kicking foot, has died due to complications of the coronavirus, his daughter said. He was 73.
The Buccaneers built it. And amazingly enough, he came. Since their pursuit of Tom Brady stands as the first big upset of the 2020 season, the Buccaneers were aware they needed to keep their plans secret. According to Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times, the team even gave it a code name — Operation […]
When the NFL put out word that the hope was to play a 16-game season in full stadiums and start it on time, it was perhaps as aspirational as church-on-Easter. The fact the league’s top medical voice started interjecting ifs into the conversation shortly thereafter was probably a better sign of the reality of the […]
How can NFL teams prepare for the draft in a time of social distancing? Colts General Manager Chris Ballard is confident it will be fine. “We’ll be prepared for anything on draft weekend, and we’ll have our work done,” Ballard told Peter King for Football Morning in America. “All 32 teams will play by the […]
Rob Gronkowski’s second career is off to a pretty good start. Although he was serving only as a host for the event, the former Patriots tight end won the WWE 24/7 championship at WrestleMania. It’s a title that apparently must be defended at any time, as long as a WWE referee is present to determine […]
Hall of Famer Bobby Mitchell died Sunday afternoon. He was 84. “The entire Pro Football Hall of Fame family mourns the passing of Bobby Mitchell,” David Baker, the Pro Football Hall of Fame President and CEO, said in a statement. “The game lost a true legend today. Bobby was an incredible player, a talented executive […]
The biggest trade of the 2020 offseason still isn’t finalized, nearly three weeks after the deal was preliminary done. Per multiple sources, neither receiver DeAndre Hopkins nor running back David Johnson have passed their physicals. As a result, Hopkins still isn’t officially a Cardinal, and Johnson still isn’t officially a Texan. So what happens if […]
Last Sunday, we trotted out on an experimental basis a Sunday mailbag. Making it easier to handle was the fact that there wasn’t much mail in it. Apparently, you liked it. Because this week the damn thing is overflowing. Still, the rules are the rules. No matter how many questions are submitted, the best 10 […]
With a new head coach in place, the Panthers were set to start offseason work this week but no one will be in the team’s facility on Monday. Teams are going to be working remotely due to the closures caused by the COVID-19 pandemic and one of the newest Panthers is eager to find out […]
Colts owner Jim Irsay has bought some high-end guitars and other items over the years, but has now found something that’s truly priceless. Irsay announced on Twitter this afternoon that he acquired more than 10,000 N95 masks which he’s donating to medical personnel in Indiana to protect them against COVID-19. The protective masks are in […]
Despite the availability of an unprecedented number of veteran quarterbacks, the Patriots most likely won’t be replacing Tom Brady with an established signal-caller. They instead seem to be far more inclined to consider adding a rookie. Mike Reiss of ESPN.com reports that the Patriots have had a videoconference meeting with Florida International quarterback James Morgan. […]
Former Oilers head coach Ed Biles has died at the age of 88. John McClain of the Houston Chronicle reports that Biles had been battling leukemia for some time before his death. Biles was a head coach at the high school level and at Xavier University before moving into the NFL as an assistant with […]
Former Oklahoma linebacker Kenneth Murray wasn’t able to complete his second 40-yard dash at the Scouting Combine in Indianapolis because he hurt his hamstring and he also missed the school’s Pro Day because of the injury. That was one of the few Pro Days to actually happen this spring as the spread of COVID-19 has […]
Washington running back Derrius Guice has yet to lay the foundation for a major NFL payday. His former marketing agent may be getting one. Via the Washington Times, Fadde Mikhail has sued Guice for $500,000 in California. Mikhail alleges the Guice didn’t repay a loan of $191,000, and that Mikhail hasn’t been paid his 15-percent […]
The draft is 18 days away, and ESPN reported on Saturday that “multiple” teams are preparing to conduct the draft exclusively from home. Those that aren’t should be. As explained the other day, the April 2 memo sent to all NFL franchises makes it clear that teams will be permitted to draft from their facilities […]
Former NFL linebacker Chris Spielman is giving back in a big way. Spielman has been selling some of his most prized possessions, with all of the money he raises going to people who have been affected by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Initially, Spielman asked listeners to his podcast to contact him if they or people […]
Texans head coach and General Manager Bill O’Brien said on a recent call with season ticket holders that the team’s decision to trade wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins to the Cardinals was made for financial reasons and dollars and cents contributed to another big departure from Houston this offseason. Defensive tackle D.J. Reader drew a lot […]
Chiefs kicker Harrison Butker is able to practice his craft while practicing social distancing, and he posted an impressive video of a practice session. Butker tweeted a video of himself on an empty football field, kicking a 77-yard field goal. Butker acknowledged that he had a strong wind at his back, but 77 yards is […]
Only four days ago came word that Tom Dempsey had recovered from COVID-19. The good news was short lived. The former NFL kicker died late Saturday of complications from the coronavirus, the Times-Picayne reports. Dempsey was 73. Dempsey had battled Alzheimer’s disease and dementia since 2012. He was one of several residents of a senior […]
John Brown was the Bills’ leading receiver last season with 72 catches for 1,060 yards and six touchdowns. Stefon Diggs made 63 catches for 1,130 yards and six touchdowns for the Vikings last season. Now, Brown and Diggs are teammates in Buffalo, along with Cole Beasley. The Bills gave up four draft picks to get […]
A year ago, Jadeveon Clowney did not get a new team until Aug. 31. He should find a home before that this year, though he remains a free agent. The question is: Will it be a new home? The Seahawks want the defensive end to return. The sides, though, have not reached agreement on a […]