There are new ticket options for Husker football games this season: Nebraska is launching two mini plans.
- Buckeyes Wire
Herbie's son Zak, lost his black stripe today! #GoBucks
NFL wide receiver Calvin Johnson retired from the league in 2016 after nine seasons playing for the Detroit Lions. Johnson, whose first job was bagging groceries, had a lot to learn about finance when...
- ProFootball Talk on NBC Sports
When someone fully and completely embraces a public life, there really are no personal issues. That dynamic is becoming abundantly clear with Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady. Brady, who has fully embraced and cultivated a platform that has resulted in the aggressive pursuit of multiple business interests, has had his football career plunge into mystery with [more]
- Panthers Wire
A cheap shot to Christian McCaffrey set off another melee between the Panthers and Patriots at joint practice.
- USA TODAY Sports
Luke Knox played tight end and linebacker at Ole Miss from 2018-21 before transferring to Florida International this offseason.
- Wolverines Wire
This could be a GAME CHANGER! #GoBlue
- Yahoo Sports
Andy Behrens reveals a list of six running backs, including four rookies, with upside worth targeting later in fantasy drafts.
- NBC Sports BayArea
The next move could belong to the Cleveland Browns. Are they interested in 49ers' QB Jimmy Garoppolo following Deshaun Watson's increased suspension?
- The Tennessean
What Derrick Henry said about Julio Jones after Tennessee Titans, Tampa Bay Buccaneers joint practices
Tennessee Titans running back Derrick Henry spoke to reporters after the second and final day of joint practices with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
- Miami Herald
Two carries, two yards.
- Associated Press
College football players penalized for targeting can have part of their punishment appealed, players faking injuries to stop the clock might not get away with it like they used to and blocking below the waist has been restricted further. All are among the changes that will go into effect this season, which starts with 11 Bowl Subdivision games Aug. 27. Targeting, generally defined as leading with the helmet to make forcible above-the-shoulder contact with an opponent, continues to carry with it a 15-yard penalty and the ejection of the flagged player.
- Bengals Wire
The man has a point.
- Patriots Wire
A bigger punishment could be looming for Panthers' CB Kenny Robinson.
- AZCentral | The Arizona Republic
Check out the latest updates, speculation, rumors, chatter and reports surround the future of Pac-12 Conference.
- Steelers Wire
The Steelers swaped running backs on Thursday.
- Bears Wire
The Seahawks had a rough night in a preseason loss to the Bears, but the MNF announcers might've been worse.
- Browns Wire
With rosters having to be cut to 53 men in a couple of weeks, trade speculation will ramp up. PFF has a few names connected to the Browns in this piece:
- NBC Sports BayArea
The 49ers' defense brought the intensity to practices with the Minnesota Vikings.
- Seahawks Wire
Here are four takeaways from a sloppy preseason loss to Chicago.
- Austin American-Statesman
Hosts Cedric Golden and Kirk Bohls gauge Texas football coach Steve Sarkisian’s concern level after a less than crisp performance from QBs