Since he was drafted by the Buccaneers in 2008, Josh Johnson has played for enough NFL teams to fill out three divisions. Some thoughts from the journeyman QB on the term journeyman, potentially taking Colin Kaepernick’s roster spot in Washington, how he adjusts to new locker rooms and more.
Two years after Colin Kaepernick first kneeled during the national anthem, and one year after the creation of the NFL-Players Coalition social justice platform, here's a compilation of some of the projects and programs all 32 teams have put in place.
A year after social justice came to the forefront in the NFL, money is in the pipeline, and players and teams are engaging on causes close to the heart. When someone asks what they’re doing, here are some answers
In 1999, when Banner and Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie set out to find the Eagles next head coach, they landed on Andy Reid after a unique evaluation process. Almost two decades later, Banner is not at all surprised that Reid, now the Chiefs head coach, is still extremely successful.
Hue Jackson has won just one game in two seasons as Cleveland's head coach—and many front offices would consider that terms for firing without second thought. But the circumstances are different for the rebuilding Browns, explains Joe Thomas.
In 2016, Panthers safety Marcus Ball was cut two days after he pointed to the sky during the national anthem. Following the Jerry Richardson allegations, he now he suspects he may have lost his job because of the gesture
Former Arizona Senator and Vietnam War veteran John McCain passed away on Saturday, Aug. 25 after his battle with brain cancer. This past December, Cardinals receiver Larry Fitzgerald took a moment to think of Sen. McCain, a model of selfless heroism.
Titans running back Derrick Henry tells the story of how losing family members to cancer inspired him to choose the American Cancer Society as his personal cause for this week's My Cause, My Cleats campaign.