The National Football League and its players union failed to reach a settlement in their dispute over New England quarterback Tom Brady's four-game "Deflategate" suspension despite weeks of talks, leaving a federal judge to resolve the issue in the coming days.
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Three freshman offensive linemen, in an ideal world, would sit this season. But seldom is anything ideal in UNLV's football world, and first-year coach Tony Sanchez knows more likely than not he is going to have to play all three first-year players.
After just one season of junior college football, defensive end Mark Finau discovered during the spring how difficult it is to make the leap to major college.
Despite signing an $84 million, four-year contract extension, San Diego Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers didn't suddenly acquire champagne tastes. In fact, he celebrated his new deal in cheesy fashion.
If dancing lineman Oscar Hernandez had played for the now-defunct Las Vegas Outlaws, there's a good chance the team would still be playing in the Arena Football League. His moves are mesmerizing.
Remember those strange Lincoln car commercials starring actor Matthew McConaughey, who would drive around while making profound statements such as "Sometimes you gotta go back to actually move forward?"
Jim Harbaugh can relate to Geno Smith, the New York Jets quarterback sidelined with a broken jaw suffered in a fight with a teammate. Unlike Smith, though, Harbaugh incurred his injury throwing a punch.
Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs has been anything but welcoming to Baltimore backup quarterback Matt Schaub. In fact, Suggs has been riding the ex-Houston Texans signal caller mercilessly in training camp.
Buffalo Bills running back Karlos Williams was hospitalized on Monday, coach Rex Ryan said, offering no further specifics.
Northwestern University football players lost a bid to unionize on Monday when the U.S. National Labor Relations Board dismissed their case, in a setback for elite U.S. student athletes seeking a chunk of the riches generated by college sports.
Washington Redskins president Bruce Allen made it clear with a one word answer that the organization will not reconsider changing the team's name even if there is a political barrier to building a new stadium.
The New York Jets were not pleased to hear about quarterback Geno Smith throwing footballs to a friend only two days after surgery to repair a fractured jaw.
How was your weekend? No matter how it went, Philip Rivers had a better one. The Chargers agreed to a contract extension with their franchise quarterback, who will get $65 million guaranteed without having to buy a lottery ticket.
J.D. Williams had dropped the scoring average against UNLV's defense by nearly eight points per game when he was defensive coordinator for the 2012 season.
Stanford wide receiver Michael Rector suspended indefinitely.
With the college football season less than three weeks away, the intensity is picking up nationwide as teams feverishly prepare for kickoff.
A modern-day "Rudy," Notre Dame fifth-year senior scout-team running back Josh Anderson was granted a scholarship in surprise fashion Thursday in front of his teammates.
Running back Altee Tenpenny announced in May he was transferring from Alabama to UNLV. His stay at UNLV didn't last long.
New UNLV football coach Tony Sanchez couldn't speak with junior college center Will Kreitler. Neither could offensive coordinator Barney Cotton or offensive line coach John Garrison. But they all wanted Kreitler, a second-team junior college All-American at Scottsdale (Ariz.) Community College, to play football for the Rebels.
UNLV leaves the comfort of Rebel Park for its first scrimmage of football training camp. The Rebels head to Nellis Air Force Base, and for security reasons, today's 11 a.m. scrimmage is not open to the public.
A week after making his debut with the Montreal Alouettes in the Canadian Football League, defensive end Michael Sam has decided to take a break from playing football.
A 17-year-old high school football player in western Kentucky was killed when a heavy piece of metal equipment struck him, police said on Friday.
Cleveland Browns owner Jimmy Haslam thinks running back Ray Rice deserves another shot in the NFL, but his team is not ready to make a move to sign him.