The five-time pro-bowler's role as an NFL analyst was short-lived as he only joined Amazon Prime's "Thursday Night Football" coverage in June.

“One of the teams, they weren’t interested at the very end... I was thinking, you’re sticking with that motherf*cker?” - Tom Brady on "The Shop" (S4:E2)


Watson issued his own statement via the Browns' social media outlet.

"The NFL and the multi-billion-dollar sports industry have a vested interest in enabling sexual misconduct, assault, and violence... Shame on the Cleveland Browns for rewarding Deshaun Watson and shame on the NFL for perpetuating a system where money talks, and women aren’t heard.” - the National Organization for Women protesting judge Sue Robinson's ruling on Deshaun Watson

Tuesday, June 28, marked the first day of disciplinary hearings for Cleveland Browns quarterback Deshaun Watson. According to anonymous sources at the meeting, the National Football League would like to see Watson barred from play for at least the 2022-2023 season. In fact, the league is supposedly arguing for him to be indefinitely suspended. Meanwhile, […]


Mike Tomlin didn't bite his tongue about the idea of problematic and currently unemployed wide receiver Antonio Brown returning to the Pittsburgh Steelers. 

The NFL is constantly deemed the least progressive among the sports leagues, and a coach’s recent comments aren’t helping. Jack Del Rio, a former linebacker who now runs the Washington Commander’s defense, made some disparaging remarks when comparing Black Lives Matter protests to the January 6 riots at the US Capitol. On Twitter, he questioned why […]

Colin Kaepernick‘s path to return to the NFL continues to get clearer. The quarterback worked out for the Las Vegas Raiders on Wendesday, according to ESPN. The workout marked the first time Kaep has done so since getting blacklisted in 2016 for kneeling during the national anthem while protesting racial inequality across the United States. […]


Dwayne Haskins' medical examiner report reveals more details about the NFL pro's death. 

The one-time human cheat code in the NFL, Michael Vick, is not done playing professional football.