NFL Injuries Headlines

  • The great NFL practice conundrum: How much should you train to avoid injury?

    It seems like the most banal advice you could give an athlete: Don't overtrain. And yet, when the National Football League (NFL) and the NFL Players Association agreed, as part of their collective bargaining agreement (CBA) in 2011, to practice restrictions—ostensibly to cut down on injuries—controversy erupted.

    phys.org
  • Country Music Star Tim Atwood: NFL Players Should Only Take a Knee for Injury or Prayer

    Country music star Tim Atwood spoke with Fox News Thursday and offered up some advice for NFL players on taking a knee on the football field. Atwood said players should only be taking a knee if they “have a broke leg” or if they are praying, as seen by former NFL quarterback Tim Tebow. “I feel that if you’re on a knee on the football field for the national anthem, you should have a broke leg or you’re praying — one of the two,” Atwood told Fox News. “But that’s just my opinion, everybody’s got...

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  • NFL Succession: The Family Ownership Dramas That Roil the NFL

    Vaulting ambitions, shifting allegiances, dynastic dreams—like any high-stakes family business, NFL team ownership can be riven by rivalries, competition and succession struggles. In an era of soaring franchise values and intense public scrutiny, internal feuds that foster instability and uncertainty remain a major headache for the league

    SI.com
  • NFL notebook: Trump criticizes NFL's anthem policy in tweet

    A day after the NFL's national anthem protest controversy resurfaced in the news, Trump tweeted on the subject, criticizing the league's revised policy, calling out commissioner Roger Goodell and suggesting potential punishments for those who kneel.

    U.S.
  • How NFL and NBA Contracts Differ, and What NFL Players Can Do to Change It

    NBA players have full guarantees, NFL players have... the franchise tag. Here's how NFL players, agents and their union can earn contracts closer in line with their NFL counterparts.

    SI.com
  • Former NFL player gets restraining order on another former NFL player

    An arrest warrant has been issued for former New England Patriots star Jabar Gaffney after he was accused of vandalizing his former teammate’s car.

    Fox News
  • CBS All Access to Offer NFL Games on Mobile Devices Through Extended CBS/NFL Partnership

    CBS and the NFL today announced an extended streaming agreement that will see all NFL on CBS games available on the CBS All Access streaming video service through 2022. The entire 2018 NFL on CBS season will be available to all CBS All Access subscribers, on set-top boxes and, for the first time, mobile devices. That means customers who subscribe to CBS All Access can watch NFL games on iPhones and iPads with the CBS All Access app. Photo credit: Getty Images Previously, streaming NFL...

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  • NFL Calendar

    July 16 — Deadline for any club that designated franchise player to sign that player to a multiyear contract or extension. Aug. 2 — Hall of Fame game, Chicago vs. Baltimore at Canton, Ohio. Aug. 5 —…

    WTOP
  • NFL Calendar

    July 16 — Deadline for any club that designated franchise player to sign that player to a multiyear contract or extension. Aug. 2 — Hall of Fame game, Chicago vs. Baltimore at Canton, Ohio. Aug. 5 —…

    WTOP
  • Which NFL teams have the scariest mascots?

    The NFL is filled with horrifying mascots. We gave you the five scariest in the league. Let’s face a hard truth, America. The mascots that plague our professional sports are just as terrifying as groups of clowns that run rampant at children’s birthday parties. Each time a grotesque, caricatured mascot is created our world darkens just a bit. While most mascots are unnerving, there’s an overarching questions that must be answered. Exactly which NFL mascot is the scariest? I don’t mean scary like...

    SBNation.com
  • DeMarco Murray retiring from NFL

    DeMarco Murray is retiring from the NFL. The 2014 Offensive Player of the Year made the announcement on ESPN on Friday, four months after being released by the Tennessee Titans. Murray, 30, lost his job to Derrick Henry last season and was due to make $6.25 million in 2018 when ...

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  • NFL and College Football Are Not the Same Game

    The college game has its charms, but for those who love the strategy of the game, NFL football—thanks to roster sizes, familiar names, uniforms, overtime rules and, most of all, field dimensions—is unbeatable

    SI.com
  • NFL Is Setting Itself Up for a Disaster This Season

    The 2017 NFL season was a mess. Too many penalties, too many concussions, too many torn ACLs, too many officiating controversies and too many critical tweets from the president regarding protests during the national anthem...

    Bleacher Report
  • Kvitova withdraws from Eastbourne with injury

    EASTBOURNE, England (Reuters) - Former Wimbledon champion Petra Kvitova has withdrawn from the Eastbourne grasscourt championships with a hamstring injury, organisers said on Wednesday.

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  • Kvitova withdraws from Eastbourne with injury

    EASTBOURNE, England, June 27 (Reuters) - Former Wimbledon champion Petra Kvitova has withdrawn from the Eastbourne grasscourt championships with a hamstring...

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  • Trump wades into NFL anthem debate, again

    Giants co-owner Steve Tisch wishes that Donald Trump would leave the NFL alone. That wish won’t be coming true. “The NFL National Anthem Debate is alive and well again — can’t bel…

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  • Ranking the 9 NFL mascots that we should all be worried about

    We need to save Jaxson de Ville from himself and the Browns’ dog mascots from, well, the Browns. Mascots usually fall into two categories: adorable friend who is equally fun-loving and mischievous, or the eerily expressionless face that will bring about our eventual demise. Like any other sports league, the NFL has its share of disturbing mascots. Don’t pretend that on those sleepless nights, surrounded by nothing but pitch-black darkness and strange creaking noises you have never heard before,...

    SBNation.com
  • Edelman not planning to sue NFL over suspension

    Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman will not sue the NFL over a four-game suspension.

    U.S.
  • Edelman not planning to sue NFL over suspension

    Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman will not sue the NFL over a four-game suspension.According to NFL Network, New England's top wide receiver is...

    Mail Online
  • NFL freezes anthem protest policy

    The National Football League put on hold Thursday its policy requiring players on the field to stand for the national anthem. In a statement, the league said it was engaged in "confidential" talks with the NFL Players Association to resolve a grievance the union had filed last week ...

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  • Revis retires after 11 seasons in NFL

    Once the most dominant cornerback in football, Darrelle Revis is calling it quits.

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  • Revis retires after 11 seasons in NFL

    Once the most dominant cornerback in football, Darrelle Revis is calling it quits.The 11-year veteran and former shutdown corner is retiring from the NFL,...

    Mail Online
  • NFL: Cardinals GM suspended, fined

    The Arizona Cardinals suspended general manager Steve Keim for five weeks and fined him $200,000 after he pleaded guilty in court Tuesday to extreme DUI following a Fourth of July arrest in a Phoenix suburb. A Chandler police report shows Keim had a blood-alcohol level of 0.19, more than twice...

    latimes.com
  • Cowboys' Gregory conditionally reinstated by NFL

    Defensive end Randy Gregory of the Dallas Cowboys has been reinstated by the NFL on a conditional basis, the league announced Tuesday.Under the terms of the...

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