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Chargers' Joe Lombardi hoping to make most of second chance.
The parent companies of the Denver Broncos are asking a judge to rule that the former owner’s estate no longer has the right of first refusal to any potential sale of the $3.5 billion franchise.
The Los Angeles Rams are openly contemplating the possibility of a near future without quarterback Jared Goff.
Analysis: Tampa Bay's NFC championship turned on 2 crucial calls. One was made by the Packers.
by @arniestapleton #SuperBowl
Chiefs coach Andy Reid has a unique ability to stick with struggling players and have them come through for him in the clutch.
All-Pro quarterback Aaron Rodgers clarifies his postgame remarks about his future: “I don’t think there’s any reason why I wouldn’t be back” with the Packers next season.
Washington has promoted Jennifer King to assistant running backs coach, making her the first Black female assistant position coach in the NFL.
Aaron Rodgers' 'uncertain' future hangs over Green Bay.
'No Hard Feelings': Plenty of Patriots fans still rooting for Tom Brady, who's headed to the #SuperBowl with Tampa Bay.
It took five coaching changes over a decade-plus of futility before the Buccaneers finally got it right by luring Bruce Arians out of retirement.
The Chiefs still have room for improvement after their AFC title game win.
Analysis: Brady's NFC championship turned on 2 crucial calls.
Replying to @AP_Top25: Alabama coach Nick Saban has added another former NFL head coach to his offensive staff: Ex-Jacksonville Jaguars and Buffalo…
Lombardi, Hill and Swinton join Chargers as coordinators.
A federal judge in Florida has ordered the destruction of video that allegedly shows New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft paying for massage parlor sex.
Panthers hire Sean Ryan to coach quarterbacks.
Alabama coach Nick Saban has added another former NFL head coach to his offensive staff: Ex-Jacksonville Jaguars and Buffalo Bills coach Doug Marrone will coach the offensive line.
Ravens general manager Eric DeCosta initiates roster overhaul with key cuts.
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