The cell phone came back. A player danced on the Cowboys' star. What's next? The Popcorn? Deion's high-step?
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Panthers safety Eric Reid was ejected Thursday night for unnecessary roughness after a late hit on a sliding Ben Roethlisberger.
Roethlisberger was perfect against the Panthers, and the rolling Steelers weren't far off in showing that their season could prove special after all.
Peyton Manning was once a No. 1 pick thrown into the fire with the Colts. He broke down Baker Mayfield, who is in a similar situation with the Browns.
The Pittsburgh Steelers and Carolina Panthers in the first quarter of Thursday night's game did something no two teams had done in the Super Bowl era.
Rams cornerback Marcus Peters took exception to Saints coach Sean Payton saying New Orleans got the matchup it wanted on a pivotal scoring play in last Sunday's game.
The Pittsburgh Steelers expect running back Le'Veon Bell to report to the team next week, president Art Rooney II said on Sirius XM radio Thursday.
Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton showed his support for the grieving city of Pittsburgh and his team's owner by wearing black and gold warm-up cleats with "Hatred Can't Weaken A City of Steel'' on the side.
Dez Bryant, who turned 30 on Sunday, said he had been working out and getting his body and mind right all season before he got a call from the Saints.
Mahomes has been dicing up the NFL in his first season as the Chiefs' starter. But what does Manning think of K.C.'s wunderkind?
Rams coach Sean McVay and the organization offered their "thoughts and prayers" to the victims of a mass shooting at a nearby bar in Thousand Oaks that left 13 people dead, including the gunman.
Despite the elation of a September victory, the Browns' losing ways have been hard to shake. But in Mayfield, Cleveland has reason to believe.
Injured quarterback Sam Darnold won't start Sunday for the New York Jets, but the struggling rookie will return to the starting lineup as soon as his strained right foot is healed, coach Todd Bowles said Thursday.
Former Bills general manager Doug Whaley is joining the XFL as senior vice president for football operations.
Matthew shares a story of a man and how fantasy football has helped him stay on the right path, and offers his usual lineup advice for Week 10.
Wally Triplett, the first African-American player to start at Penn State, died Thursday at age 92. He was drafted by the NFL's Lions in 1949.
Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown was cited for driving over 100 mph in his black Porsche.
Rams officials and players expressed condolences for the victims of a shooting that left 12 people dead in Thousand Oaks, close to the team's practice facility and offices.
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