New England Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman helped pursue the source of a threatening social media post, potentially helping to foil a planned school shooting in Michigan.
The suspected drunk driver who killed Indianapolis Colts linebacker Edwin Jackson in a crash early Sunday morning is an illegal immigrant who has been deported twice from the U.S., police said Monday.
Sensitive Department of Homeland Security documents discussing responses to potential attacks on Super Bowl LII in Minneapolis were left in the seat-back pocket of a commercial plane.
Nick Foles may be heading to the Super Bowl this weekend, but his sights are set on a higher calling after his time in the National Football League.
The National Football League rejected a full-page Super Bowl program ad containing the phrase “#PleaseStand,” which was submitted by the nonprofit American Veterans (AMVETS).
President Donald Trump was first runner-up for Time’s “Person of the Year” in 2017 behind women who have come forward with their stories of being sexually harassed.
President Donald Trump on Wednesday expressed his disapproval with the National Football League and its owners over reports that they may institute changes to the league’s national anthem policy next season if the current protests continue.
President Donald Trump renewed his feud with NFL players who don’t stand for the playing of the national anthem on Monday, tweeting Oakland Raiders running back Marshawn Lynch should be suspended for the rest of the season if he does it again.
GQ Magazine has named former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick as its “citizen of the year.”