Marty Lyons pauses, fights back tears and clears his throat nearly every time he mentions the children who are no longer here.
Lamar Jackson's energy is palpable.
It takes a lot to get Big Red to turn red.
In 2002, the Houston Texans were an expansion team preparing for their first season and Josh McCown had just wrapped up his college career at nearby Sam Houston State.
With league-leading production from running back Dalvin Cook and clever play-calling by offensive coordinator Gary Kubiak, the Minnesota Vikings helped Kirk Cousins get back in a groove this month after his rash of turnovers contributed to the team's 1-5 start.
Green Bay Packers wide receiver Allen Lazard has been activated from injured reserve after missing six games.
Washington Football Team president Bruce Allen sent emails to the NFL's top lawyer in which he joked about Native Americans and diversity, griped about referees and mocked player safety initiatives.
The Raiders moved to a new, $2 billion stadium in Las Vegas last year, hoping to build a football dynasty. Things haven't gone as they'd hoped.
The Raiders are on the rise and Tampa Bay is on a roll — and the Vikings are the best at something despite their winless start.
The star receiver from Minnesota, 38, said recently, "I don't have the urge to play right now."
After underdogs went a historic 12-4 against the spread in Week 1, it's time for a deeper look at the Week 2 slate, including an upset special in Los Angeles.
Antonine Winfield Jr., the former Gophers standout now with Tampa Bay, isn't worried about the league's decision to make elimination of taunting a point of emphasis in 2021.
The Week 1 slate includes five matchups between playoff teams from last season.
Best of the best: football writer Mark Craig looks at the upcoming NFL season and picks everything from the MVP to the playoff field to the Super Bowl Champion.
Mark Craig's On the NFL: Tampa Bay returns all 22 starters from the Super Bowl, and its star quarterback is not settling for seven championships.
The NFL season begins Thursday with several notable comebacks and new faces in new places.
On the NFL: After starting in public relations with the Vikings and aspiring to be a sideline reporter, Wisconsin native Kelly Kleine has moved into scouting — and the Broncos front office.
The move poses a stark contrast to the team's rhetoric in previous years, when owner Daniel Snyder insisted the team would "never" change its name.
Reports suggest things weren't pretty during the first day of minicamp Tuesday, while two of Aaron Rodgers' most prominent Packers teammates talked about missing him.
Aaron Rodgers failed to appear for a mandatory minicamp, upping the ante on his dispute with the team. He faces a fine in the $100,000 range for his decision.