There were nine NFL games Saturday in the second week of preseason action, and we have the breakdown of them all here.
Christian Hackenberg completed two passes in the first half of Saturday’s preseason game against Detroit. One of the top story lines of the offseason was how bad the 2017 New York Jets would be. Actually seeing the Jets in action has been terrifying.
The Colin Kaepernick story has gotten seemingly endless attention because its reach goes far beyond football. A pretty good reminder of that came Saturday afternoon in New York City.
Le'Veon Bell's agent reportedly agreed to a long-term contract in July and the Steelers thought they had a deal, but Bell nixed it.
Zach Orr wanted to play in the NFL again, but no team would clear him. So he retired for a second time this offseason.
The expiration of the NFL's CBA is getting closer, and NFLPA executive director DeMaurice Smith offered quite a doomsday scenario in an interview with The MMQB.
Add the Indianapolis Colts to the list of teams that might want to put their remaining healthy players in bubble wrap and wait for the regular season to start.
The Saints fired two team orthopedists when it was determined cornerback Delvin Breaux had a fractured fibula, not a contusion as first thought.
ESPN apologized for a segment during its fantasy football programming marathon which depicted a fantasy football auction but drew criticism on social media for its resemblance to a slave auction.
Oakland Raiders quarterback Derek Carr, who became the richest player in NFL history this offseason, joked he was starting a music career on the side.
The NFL is a cold-blooded business in many ways, but perhaps no more so than when teams wait for players to get healthy just so they can get rid of them.
When Jerry Rice is collecting social security checks and is eligible to get the senior discount at Denny's, he'll probably still be able to line up and beat some NFL corners.
Maybe Chargers receiver Mike Williams, the seventh pick of the draft, can salvage some of his rookie season after all.
The over/unders on the NFC West focus on Richard Sherman, Reuben Foster, David Johnson and new Rams receiver Sammy Watkins.
The NFL's explanation of why it suspended Ezekiel Elliott and its letter to Elliott mentioned photographic evidence of his alleged domestic violence against his former girlfriend.
The Baltimore Ravens are happy with quarterback Joe Flacco's progress, and they won't risk a setback by playing him in the preseason.
Once the shock of Ezekiel Elliott’s six-game suspension passes, the Dallas Cowboys will come to the realization that the NFL isn’t going to pause the season for them.
The Dallas Cowboys were dealt a huge blow on Friday, when the NFL reportedly decided to suspend star running back Ezekiel Elliott for the first six games of this season.