Philadelphia, who was on the brink of playoff elimination, remains very much in the mix with two games left and QB Nick Foles under center. Los Angeles, once a sure-fire option to win a first-round bye, are now watching that slip away.
Plus, fire everyone in Jacksonville for the Kessler debacle, Mike Zimmer gets his wish as the Vikings run wild, the Bears are NFC North champs, Derrick Henry steamrolls another hapless defense, the 49ers and Seahawks get chippy, some weird and wild stuff from Eli Manning, and more from Week 15’s Sunday slate.
The best NFL prospects for next year's draft are defensive lineman. How far down the list do you have to go to get to an offensive player? As college football bowl season gets set to kick off, we asked league evaluators to weigh in on the 2019 class.
Saturday night's game in Denver showed two franchises going in opposite directions—a confident Browns team recognizing their opponent’s plays at crucial moments (and boosted by Kobe Bryant’s words) and a slipping Broncos team, baffled by their head coach’s decisions.
After months of combing through the Steve McNair case, our reporter sits down with two Nashville PD detectives who defend their investigation. But in doing so, they reveal a startling new detail about Jenni Kazemi that could change the entire complexion of the case … if it's even true.
Steve McNair's will goes unsigned. His estranged widow, Mechelle, takes control of his estate. The cops don't interview her. Why? Listen to Fall of a Titan on Apple Podcasts or wherever else you get your podcasts.
In the aftermath of what police rule a murder-suicide, two family members on opposite sides of the tragedy take a serious and active interest in the case: Steve McNair's mother, Lucille, and Jenni Kazemi's older sister.
On the afternoon of July 4, 2009, one of Steve McNair's friends, Wayne Neeley, drops by McNair's downtown condo only to realize he's stumbled upon a crime scene. Neeley calls McNair's bodyguard, Robert Gaddy. It took 44 minutes to call 9-1-1.
It's a story of two quarterbacks for the Monday Night Football matchup between the Saints and the Panthers—Drew Brees, who has pinpoint precision and mechanics, and Cam Newton, who's big and strong but lacks refinement.