The Raiders got their first victory of the season Thursday. We show you how they did it.
Latavius Murray had quite a first half before he had to leave the game with a potential head injury.
The Falcons and Titans? Outside rush. Niners, Cards, Broncos and Cowboys? Inside LB. Chiefs, Pats, Jets, Raiders? Wideouts. Every team has a hole.
The Eagles have agreed to terms with former Saints safety Malcolm Jenkins, reports ESPN's Adam Schefter. Details of the deal: three years, $16.25 million.
The Eagles' up-tempo offense under Chip Kelly is great for skill players. But what about the 300-pound offensive linemen?
The same day video surfaced of Eagles receiver Riley Cooper using a racial slur, quarterback Michael Vick talked about his thoughts.
The list of folks who loudly voiced their displeasure last month with the league's new crown-of-the-helmet rule is both long and notable. Starting next season, ball-carriers or would-be tacklers will fined 15 yards for leading with the top of their helmets.
Browns running back Trent Richardson feels responsible for a new rule that will incur a 15-yard penalty for a player leading with the crown of his helmet.
Some assume the Seahawks keep making big moves to keep catch and pass the rival Niners. But Pete Carroll says he and GM John Schneider are always thinking big.
The NFL's new rule about leading with the head is a good move, but it's one that will also create plenty of controversy.

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