5 Hours ago
The NFL Insiders crew reacts to the news that Texans DE J.J. Watt will be out the rest of the season after having surgery on his back.
The NFL Insiders crew share their insights on the Browns' intentions to cut ties with WR Josh Gordon after the receiver announced he was entering a rehabilitation facility.
6 Hours ago
Rex Ryan says there is "major concern" over Sammy Watkins' foot injury, which will now officially keep him out Sunday. "If this is something that is hurting this young man in any way, shape or form, then absolutely, I don't want him out there.
Mike Rodak discusses the Bills' future plan with Sammy Watkins who will miss Sunday's game with the Patriots and could be out for much longer than that.
7 Hours ago
Michael Smith believes the NFL and Roger Goodell should be ashamed if the Patriots go undefeated without QB Tom Brady. Jemele Hill goes on to say that the NFL deserves this and she wants New England to go undefeated and win the Super Bowl.
1 Hour ago
LeBron James stumps for J.R. Smith after the fourth day of camp without him due to a contract stalemate with the Cavaliers.
3 Hours ago
The College Football Live crew debates if Stanford should put so much of the offense in Christian McCaffrey's hands.
Bobby Petrino's journey back to relevance includes broken promises and scandals across both college and professional football.
Les Miles explains to Tom Rinaldi how he loves how his LSU team played in the final second of their loss to Auburn and how if there was just a fraction of a second more, he'd still be coach of LSU.
9 Hours ago
Mark Schlereth is in complete agreement with Richard Sherman that the NFL is more into marketability of its superstars than the health of its players, but that's the way to make money for everyone.
12 Hours ago
Mike & Mike are critical of Alabama coach Nick Saban's comments blasting QB Blake Barnett for transferring from the program when he left the Dolphins' organization to return to college football two years into his contract.
19 Hours ago
Yadier Molina hits a double in the ninth that drives in the winning run, which Cincinnati said should have been called a ground-rule double, but there was no review and the Cardinals top the Reds 4-3.
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