The New York Post's "Page Six" wrote that Beckham was hanging out in L.A. this week so he could spend time with "new girlfriend," Australian musician Iggy Azalea.
Russell Wilson and Richard Sherman have been Seahawks teammates since 2012. More than two years later, we’re still debating Russell Wilson’s goal-line interception that cost the Seattle Seahawks a win in Super Bowl XLIX. It seems like the Seahawks are still dealing with the fallout, too.
It couldn't have made the New York Giants happy to know Odell Beckham was working out with Johnny Manziel instead of being with the team at OTA sessions.
The Pro Bowl moved from its normal home of Hawaii to Orlando last season, and the league was obviously happy with the results.
Ben Roethlisberger is back for this season after considering retirement this offseason. Beyond 2017? That's murky.
The Dallas Cowboys defense probably didn't need to take on any more hits, but defensive lineman David Irving is now facing a four-game suspension.
Tony Romo's first assignment for CBS will be at the Dean & Deluca Invitational this weekend. He'll be at the broadcast booth on the 18th hole.
Arizona Cardinals receiver Larry Fitzgerald said he'll address his future in training camp, and he won't address it anymore after that.
Because the NFL is mostly stuck in a bygone era when it comes to gambling, the issue of how the Las Vegas Raiders and gambling will coexist is an interesting topic to track.
On James Harrison's latest video he does hip thrusts with a bench supporting his back, with what appears to be 675 pounds over his hips.
With pet shelters in Jacksonville full, Jaguars defensive lineman Malik Jackson paid the adoption fees for 181 homeless pets, according to the Jacksonville Humane Society.
The NFL put out a release on Wednesday saying they have no record of Tom Brady suffering a concussion last season, or of him reporting any symptoms.
Andrew Hawkins, who played the last six seasons with the Cleveland Browns and Cincinnati Bengals, completed his master’s degree in sports management from Columbia’s School of Professional Studies.
Matt Hasselbeck pledged his brain to be studied by the Concussion Legacy Foundation. The Concussion Legacy Foundation announced that two former NFL stars have pledged their brains to be studied upon their deaths. Former NFL quarterback and current ESPN analyst Matt Hasselbeck and former New York GIants
Sebastian Vollmer has done what many NFL offensive linemen do when they retire: He lost a lot of weight in an amazingly short period of time.
The reviews on rookie quarterback Mitchell Trubisky from the Bears' first minicamp were good. Most mentioned Trubisky's plus arm strength and accuracy.
Amazingly, Antonio Cromartie and his wife Terricka are having yet another baby even after the NFL cornerback had a vasectomy a couple years ago.