The NCAA is suggesting that football teams hold no more than two contact practices per week during the season in guidelines that grew out of a safety and concussion summit early this year.
SOUTH BEND, Ind. — Receiver Will Mahone has no chance of returning to Notre Dame while facing felony charges of assault on a police officer, intimidation of a public servant and vandalism, his attorney said Tuesday.
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — Four dozen women snap selfies in the New York Giants locker room. They examine the pros' helmets and shoulder pads, then head to the field house to do drills.
BEREA, Ohio — Johnny's gonna play and Johnny's gonna party.
A revised concussions settlement between the NFL and former players could shrink the league's coffers. Only marginally, though, and not for a long time.
PISCATAWAY, N.J. — Ralph Friedgen can tell just by the look on Kyle Flood's face when his new boss at Rutgers is having a bad day.Friedgen spent 10 years as head coach at Maryland before he was fired coming off a 9-4 season in 2010.
Something is happening just beneath the fight over the name of a certain Washington, D.C., pro football team: America is working through the process of determining what is — or is not — racially offensive.
PHILADELPHIA — A torn ACL hasn't slowed down Jeremy Maclin.
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — Rookie quarterback Blake Bortles has a number of things to work on before training camp.His contract is no longer on the list.
ASHBURN, Va. — A tight end was needed to run the play, so new Washington Redskins coach Jay Gruden rushed over and lined up. He helped direct traffic pre-snap and ran a little 10-yard route toward the right flat, although Robert Griffin III decided to throw the...
CLEVELAND — Johnny Football has some NFL money to rub between his fingers.
PITTSBURGH — The lessons Chuck Noll passed down to his players — maxims that often applied as much to life as to football — are tacked on the wall in Mike Mularkey's office.
BEREA, Ohio — Johnny Manziel's No. 2 jersey has double meaning.He's behind Brian Hoyer.
PITTSBURGH — As he lay on the Heinz Field turf last September, his right knee in tatters, Maurkice Pouncey admits there was a small part of him that feared his football career might be in jeopardy.