Oddsmakers don't have him among the MVP favorites, but the Panthers' QB is playing better than his 2015 MVP season, and it's time to take notice.
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Hue and Haley are out, Gregg Williams is up and Baker Mayfield faces instability. Let's sort through what we know -- and don't -- about the Browns.
Rams running back Todd Gurley is putting up the type of numbers that could make him the first non-QB MVP since Adrian Peterson in 2012.
The Browns' firing and hiring decisions are all ultimately framed around one thing: What's best for Baker Mayfield?
Three successive sold-out weekends at Wembley; a purpose-built stadium due to open at Tottenham in the near future. All that's left is a franchise in London. When could it happen?
With the trade deadline imminent, Monday could have been LeSean McCoy's swan song in Buffalo. If so, it wasn't a memorable finale.
The Patriots proved Monday night that they can win a grind-it-out game. Next Sunday could be more of a shootout.
Hall of Fame running back Thurman Thomas on Monday became the third player in Bills history to have his jersey retired.
Former Washington Redskins general manager Scot McCloughan lost his grievance case against the organization, a source confirmed Monday night.
Patriots receiver Josh Gordon started Monday night's game against the Bills, despite a report that he would be kept off the field for about a quarter because of tardiness.
Browns owner Jimmy Haslam said the firing of coach Hue Jackson and offensive coordinator Todd Haley does not mean the team is giving up on this season.
Packers returner Ty Montgomery said he made a mistake returning a kick instead of taking a knee, but he didn't do it to be selfish.
QB Tom Brady is hoping to get his 15th win in Buffalo (29th overall vs. Bills), as the Patriots aim for a division win.
Joey Bosa hasn't played this season because of a bruised left foot, and Melvin Gordon missed the team's game in London with a hamstring injury.
Pittsburgh Steelers cornerback Artie Burns' challenging season took another hit when he was late to a team activity last week, according to sources.
The Cowboys fired offensive line coach Paul Alexander on Monday and promoted Marc Colombo to the position.
Giants coach Pat Shurmur wouldn't fully commit to Eli Manning being the starting quarterback for their next game in two weeks against the 49ers.
Buccaneers coach Dirk Koetter announced Monday that Ryan Fitzpatrick will be starting at quarterback against the Carolina Panthers this week.
The Browns have fired coach Hue Jackson and offensive coordinator Todd Haley and named Gregg Williams interim coach.
The Giants have nothing to lose by taking a look at the young backup, whose mobility may help, and it may be doing Manning a favor.
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