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At a relatively sleepy Super Bowl, there is news: The Kansas City Chiefs, after a telling first-round trade and draft choice in the spring of 2017 and a precipitous second-half decline during the 2017 season, have agreed to trade quarterback Alex Smith to Washington, the Kansas City Star reported Tuesday night. • Washington has given […]
Roberson isn’t just the Thunder’s best defender, but an example of a non-shooter existing in today’s NBA
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Those who wondered all season what was wrong with the Falcons might have gotten their answer Saturday night: Maybe nothing is wrong with them at all. Here’s why their win over the Rams portends big things for Matt Ryan & Co.
From the Kansas City Chiefs shocking the New England Patriots in the first game to the Cincinnati Bengals’ fourth-down miracle touchdown that sent the Buffalo Bills to the playoffs in the finale, the NFL’s regular season provided a lot of entertainment
The Bills are finally back in the postseason as the Ravens’ loss to the Bengals propelled Buffalo into the AFC wild-card game against Jacksonsville.
For just the second time in NFL history, a team has gone 0-16. The winless Cleveland Browns — 1-31 the past two seasons — have “earned” the opportunity to pick first overall in the NFL Draft (April 26-28 in Arlington, Texas) for the second consecutive season. The Browns are also the last team to have
The Steelers will end the 2017 regular season with the Killer Bs on the sideline. Despite having a shot at the No. 1 seed in the AFC, Ian Rapoport reports they’ll rest their key starters Sunday.
Since they have secured a first-round bye in the playoffs, the Steelers will rest quarterback Ben Roethlisberger and running back Le’Veon Bell on Sunday vs. the Browns, sources told ESPN. Receiver Antonio Brown was already ruled out with a calf injury.
With a first-round bye no longer on the line, the Los Angeles Rams will rest quarterback Jared Goff and running back Todd Gurley in their regular-season finale versus the San Francisco 49ers. Head coach Sean McVay made the announcement Wednesday, telling reporters Sean Mannion will draw the start at quarterback, according to NFL Network’s Omar […]
Just like last year, the final game of the regular season has little meaning for the Los Angeles Rams. Unlike last year, the final game of the regular season is not the final game for the Los Angeles Rams. The Rams (11-4) have clinched the NFC West championship and at least one home playoff game.