The NFL announced Friday that its salary cap for the 2024 season will be a record $255.4 million per team -- a stunning 13.6 percent increase over last year's cap and a sign that the league is entering a new phase of exploding revenue.
Former Commanders offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy is finalizing a two-year deal to join UCLA's staff as the Bruins' associate head coach/offensive coordinator, sources told ESPN's Pete Thamel and Adam Schefter.
Former NFL player Shareece Wright revealed on Friday that he is one of the 12 previously anonymous men who accused a woman who worked at their high school of sexually assaulting them when they were minors.
A funeral mass was held on Saturday for Lisa Lopez-Galvan, the 43-year-old Kansas City DJ, wife, and mother who was killed in the mass shooting at the Chiefs' Super Bowl parade and rally on February 14.
When the Broncos benched quarterback Russell Wilson and it quickly became obvious that they'll cut him before his 2025 salary of $37 million becomes fully guaranteed on March 17, a sense emerged that Wilson will take the league minimum elsewhere ($1.21 million) and stick the Broncos with the balance of his $39 million fully-guaranteed compensation […]
This week, several PFT Live viewers in the UK shared an item regarding the use of smart mouthguards (they call them "gumshields" over there) in professional rugby, with the question of whether the NFL would ever use technology like that to detect and measure impacts to the head.
The news that the Dolphins are cutting cornerback Xavien Howard brought out some raw feelings from fellow cornerback Jalen Ramsey, who implied that former defensive coordinator Vic Fangio prevented Ramsey and Howard from reaching their potential together last season.