Former NFL MVP Cam Newton hasn't had success finding another team since his time with the New England Patriots ended unceremoniously in August and it sounds like he's removed one potential barrier to that happening.
What initially started out as a feel-good story ahead of the Washington Football Team's week six home game against the Kansas City Chiefs immediately brought upon skepticism given the all-too-convenient timing.
The quarterback is the most important player on the football field, but it takes an entire team of talented players to build a champion. These are the best non-quarterbacks for all 32 NFL teams going into the 2021 season.
Every NFL team tries to build a dynasty and win Super Bowls, but only a select few in NFL history have found such consistency. Over the next five years, these are the teams that have the best chance at ultimate success.
For the 2021 NFL season, there are many players whose expected performance have a high scale of variability. These boom or bust players could be difference-makers -- either positively or negatively -- based on how they play this season.
Urban Meyer is the latest college coach to attempt an NFL replication of his previous success. He would not be the first one. The Pro Football Hall of Fame features a few college leaders who made the leap, and the NFL has seen others succeed as well.
Every NFL team enters the season with high hopes, but for 31 teams, those hopes will eventually be dashed. As we get closer to Week 1, here's a look at why each team will or will not win Super Bowl LVI.
The reality is that the NFL is a business, and players are always playing for their next contract. Whether it's their first post-rookie contract or another veteran deal, these 25 players are hoping to build momentum for their next contracts with a big 2021.
Calling defensive plays is tougher than ever in the NFL with talented quarterbacks and rules that favor offense, but someone has to do it. Here's our ranking of the top defensive play-callers heading into the 2021 season.
Several Pro Bowl-caliber players or quality starters missed all or most of the 2020 season due to injury. Here are the top players who did not factor prominently into last season but are expected to make a significant impact in 2021.
The Bills' counterpunch in Kansas City changed the AFC race, and the Cardinals' first 5-0 start in 47 years has kept their surprise story atop the NFC. Justin Herbert finishing another high-scoring duel on top continues the Chargers' resurgence.