Madden NFL 18 Predicts Patriots win Big Game AgainGo ahead and take the New England Patriots to win their sixth title with Tom Brady to earn his fifth MVP award.
Brady Cuts Off Radio Interview Over Remark about DaughterPatriots quarterback Tom Brady says he's reconsidering whether to continue a long-running weekly radio appearance after a host called his daughter "an annoying little pissant."
Patriots Insist There's No Kraft, Belichick, Brady RiftThe New England Patriots say a report suggesting a rift involving owner Robert Kraft, coach Bill Belichick and quarterback Tom Brady is "flat-out inaccurate."
These Were The 5 Biggest Sports Headlines From 2017Here are 2017's top five stories from the world of sports.
NFL Expects Kaepernick Invite to Next Players' MeetingNFL spokesman Joe Lockhart says the league expects Colin Kaepernick to be invited to the next meeting between owners and players to discuss social justice initiatives.
Mike Ditka Apologizes for Comment On Racial OppressionMike Ditka has apologized for saying he wasn't aware any racial oppression over the last 100 years in the United States.
Dolphins Offensive Line Coach Resigns, Apologizes After Video SurfacesMiami Dolphins coach Adam Gase says offensive line coach Chris Foerster seemed so focused on the team that he would often be at work by 4 a.m. Then a video surfaced that rocked Foerster's reputation and cost him his job.
Stormtroopers on Soldier Field Introduce 'Last Jedi' TrailerThe trailer for "Star Wars: The Last Jedi" debuted in dramatic fashion during "Monday Night Football" halftime. Fireworks flashed and Stormtroopers marched onto Chicago's Soldier Field as the preview played onscreen.
The Latest: Houston Star J.J. Watt Breaks Left LegHouston star J.J. Watt broke his left leg Sunday night in the Texans' home game against the Kansas City Chiefs. The team announced that he sustained a tibial plateau fracture.
Jerry Jones: Cowboys 'Will Not Play If They Disrespect Flag'Dallas owner Jerry Jones said the NFL can't leave the impression it tolerates players disrespecting the flag and any Cowboys making such displays won't play.
Las Vegas Shooting Giving Lions WR Golden Tate FlashbacksThe mass shooting in Las Vegas has given Detroit Lions receiver Golden Tate flashbacks.
Led by LeGarrette Blount, Eagles Have Turned Into a Run TeamSmash-mouth football is back in Philadelphia.