Fantasy Football Waiver Wire Week 6 Pickups: Despite Rudolph Injury, Diontae Johnson A Solid WR OptionThe Steelers wide receiver leads the pack of potential waiver wire additions for Week 6 in the NFL.
15% Of American Adults Will Bet On NFL In 2019 Season, Survey SaysAccording to a new survey, 15 percent of the American adult population will wager on NFL games this season.
Why Peyton Manning Turned Down Monday Night FootballPeyton Manning has no interest in breaking down Eli Manning's mechanics or impact on the game from behind the microphone.
'He Was Not Born For It, He Was Made For It': Filmmakers Assaf Swissa & Kyler Schelling On '100%: Julian Edelman'The filmmakers behind "100%: Julian Edelman" discuss Edelman's rise to Super Bowl MVP and his life off the field.
Best Fits For NFL Free Agent Linebackers: Trio Of Young Linebackers Headline ClassAnthony Barr, C.J. Mosley and Jordan Hicks are free agents. Will these linebackers return to their teams, or find big paydays elsewhere?
NFL Combine Snubs Can Look To Phillip Lindsay For InspirationThe biggest NFL Combine snub last year was CU running back Phillip Lindsay, the first undrafted offensive rookie ever selected to the Pro Bowl.
Best Fits For NFL Free Agent Running Backs: Le'Veon Bell, Tevin Coleman, & Mark IngramLe'Veon Bell tweeted recently that he was "free at last". Where will he end up now?
Best Fits For NFL Free Agent Quarterbacks: Where Will Nick Foles, Teddy Bridgewater End Up?Nick Foles and Teddy Bridgewater are the headliners of the QB free agent class. Where should they end up?
Broncos To Release Linebacker Brandon MarshallThe Denver Broncos informed Brandon Marshall, the team's starting inside linebacker since 2014, that the team intends to release him. 
Survey Says Americans Plan On Spending $14.8 Billion On Super BowlAccording to a survey from the National Retail Federation, Americans will spend on average $81 per person totaling over $14.8 billion on game day.
Phil Simms, Nate Burleson: Never Tired Of Talking About PatriotsWhile some fans may be feeling the fatigue of seeing the Patriots in the Super Bowl, The NFL Today analysts are not.