NFL Bans Line Leaping, Approves Ejections For Head HitsThe NFL owners decided upon several rule changes via a vote at the Annual League Meeting in Phoenix.
Fans Can Look Forward To Some Major Changes In NFL GamesNFL fans could see an enhanced flow of play and fewer restrictions on how demonstrative players can be in their jubilation after big plays.
NFL Players Push Lawmakers On Criminal Justice ReformJenkins, free-agent wide receiver Anquan Boldin and other players were meeting with members of Congress this week to push for legislation that leads to improved relationships between minority communities and local police.
Harbaugh Says He's Open To Bringing Anquan Boldin Back"I do believe he can still play at the highest level," Harbaugh said.
Keidel: Raiders Bound For Sin CityThe Oakland Raiders will move to Las Vegas. Only in the NFL, where cash trumps fan loyalty, does this make sense.
NFL Approves Raiders' Move To Las VegasNFL owners approved the Oakland Raiders' move to Las Vegas at the league meetings on Monday.
Ravens Move To No. 11 In NFL Power RankingsThe Baltimore Ravens moved up to No. 11 in the latest power rankings after being one of the more active teams at the start of free agency.
Keidel: Kaepernick Will Play In NFL This SeasonTalent trumps politics in the NFL, so Kaepernick, a better QB than the free agents already signed, will be on a roster soon.
Garceau: Spike Lee Goes Kap-FishingSpike and controversial quarterback Colin Kaepernick recently got together for lunch and shortly after Lee went Instagram questioning why his friend hasn’t found a new team in the NFL.
Former NFL Running Back Trent Richardson Denies AbuseFormer NFL and Alabama running back Trent Richardson is denying charges that he hit his former girlfriend, who is the mother of his four children.
NFL Looking To Speed Up Games Via Officiating And BreaksFor all those NFL fans longing for more action, fewer interruptions and a better flow to games, Commissioner Roger Goodell is with you.
Pitta Took A Huge Pay Cut To Stay With The RavensBaltimore Ravens tight end Dennis Pitta took a $2.5 million pay cut for the next two seasons to remain with the team. This is the second straight season that Pitta has accepted a pay cut.