More claims mean NFL concussion payout could jump…

Lawyers representing former NFL players estimate that payouts from the concussion settlement with the league will top $1.4 billion because of thousands more players filing claims

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The Latest: NFL concussion payouts expected to grow

Lawyers representing former NFL players in their concussion claims estimate payouts from the settlement with the league will likely reach $1.4 billion

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Star CB Darrelle Revis retiring after 11 NFL…

Darrelle Revis, a star cornerback with the New York Jets and a Super Bowl winner with their archrivals, the Patriots, has retired

Arizona Cardinals suspend GM 5 weeks after…

The Arizona Cardinals suspended general manager Steve Keim for five weeks and fined him $200,000 after he pleaded guilty to extreme DUI following a Fourth of July arrest in a Phoenix suburb

NFL reinstates Cowboys DE Gregory from yearlong…

The NFL has reinstated Dallas Cowboys defensive end Randy Gregory, who was suspended all of last season over multiple violations of the league's substance-abuse policy

James Harrison: 'LeVeon Bell is the best running…

Harrison praises his former teammate as an elite play maker

Colin Cowherd reminds the world just how bad the…

Colin Cowherd talks NFL.

Big 12 Preview: Post Mayfield, can Oklahoma be derailed?

Oklahoma is the favorite again in the Big 12 even with Heisman Trophy winner Baker Mayfield now in the NFL

Miami Dolphins to Punish Players Who Protest…

Miami Dolphins to Punish Players Who Protest During National Anthem A new team policy says players on the Dolphins who protest on the field during the national anthem could be suspended up to four games. The policy classifies anthem protests under a large list of "conduct detrimental to the club," all of which could lead to a paid or unpaid suspension, a fine or both. The policy comes after the NFL decided in May that teams would be fined if players didn't stand on the field during the anthem. The new league rules were challenged this month in a grievance by the players union. Players are still allowed to stay in the locker room during the anthem if they wish.

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EXCLUSIVE: Terrell Owens Making A Comeback To The…

Watch this Fumble EXCLUSIVE Interview with Terrell Owens on the red carpet! Do you think we will see T.O. back in the NFL? Let us know what you think in the comments below!

Why Darrelle Revis Should Be Consider the…

Darrelle Revis built a reputation as the NFL's premier shutdown corner, but just how great was Revis?

Sammy Watkins' Contract is Making Other Players…

After signing a three-year, $48 million dollar contract with the Kansas City Chiefs, Sammy Watkins has other NFL stars wondering how he was able to secure such a lucrative deal.

Jason Whitlock's reaction after the Rams signed…

Colin Cowherd and Jason Whitlock talk NFL.

Madden NFL 19 Cover Star Revealed

Antonio Brown graces the cover with a wide smile.

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Darrelle Revis Announces Retirement After 11…

Darrelle Revis announced his retirement after playing for 11 NFL seasons.

Antonio Brown Isn't Worried About the Madden Curse

Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown shares his excitement after finding out he was named the Madden NFL 19 cover athlete.

Papa John's Founder Says Stepping Down Was a…

Papa John's Founder Says Stepping Down Was a "Mistake" John Schnatter stepped down as chairman of Papa John's after audio leaked of him using the N-word in a media training session. Now he says he made a mistake in doing so. Schnatter alleges that the pizza chain doesn't know how to handle a "crisis based on misinformation." He says the board requested that he step down as chairman without "any investigation." Schnatter is Papa John's largest shareholder and remains on the board. John Schnatter, in letter to Papa John's board Schnatter resigned as CEO of Papa John's last year after he blamed a drop in sales on the kneeling protests of NFL players. Papa John's press statement