Buffalo Bills Wire podcast preview's Bills-Jets in Week 7.
The New Orleans Saints appear lucky to have avoided an outbreak of COVID-19 after wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders tested positive.
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West Bloomfield RB Donovan Edwards included Michigan football on his list of top seven schools.
A coaching change may feel inevitable for the Jets, but that doesn’t mean it’s going to happen anytime soon.
Colson Yankoff entered UCLA's camp as a backup to the Pac-12 Conference's most experienced quarterback. Now, he's jockeying for playing time as a receiver.
Chiefs right tackle Mitchell Schwartz was able to start last Monday’s game against the Bills despite a back injury, but he only played eight snaps before leaving the game. He won’t even get that many against the Broncos this weekend. Schwartz missed another practice on Friday and the Chiefs have ruled him out for Week [more]
TJ Hernandez of 4for4.com delivers his cash game and tournament advice for daily fantasy, Week 7.
The Packers will likely be without their All-Pro left tackle and starting cornerback on Sunday against the Texans.
Both Smith and Brown carry no designation going into Sunday.
The outspoken owner is still selling championship goals in Dallas, but fans and those around the team may be growing tired of the sell-job.
The New Orleans Saints lost WR Emmanuel Sanders to the COVID-19 reserve list, and star WR Michael Thomas could miss the Panthers game.
The Saints may be without their top two wide receivers against the Panthers on Sunday. Adam Schefter of ESPN reports that the team is putting Emmanuel Sanders on the reserve/COVID-19 list on Friday. He will not be able to play this weekend as a result of the move. Sanders did not practice on Friday, but [more]
Former Yankees infielder Didi Gregorius, who is set to hit free agency after spending the 2020 season with the Philadelphia Phillies, spoke on Friday about his potential return to the Bronx and whether Gary Sanchez can succeed with the Yanks going forward.
Packers RB Aaron Jones is expected to be a game-time decision vs. the Texans after injuring his calf in practice Thursday. Jones wants to play and believes he's healthy enough to, but the Packers will have the final say. This season, Jones has 550 yards from scrimmage and a league-high seven total touchdowns