Jon Gruden said media Monday that the Raiders will be looking for linebacker help before today’s 1 p.m. trade deadline. That much was obvious in their loss to the Texans.
Greg A. Bedard is a sports columnist for the Las Vegas Review-Journal, covering the National Football League.
Is Rodney Hudson’s injury a major blow? Is Dan Quinn not long for the Falcons? Did the Browns reveal a flaw in Patriots’ defense? Did Matt Nagy cost the Bears a win?
There’s reason to believe the Patriots’ dynamic duo has their eye on one last run at an undefeated season.
Projecting the playoff teams in each conference, and then ranking them heading into Week 8.
An improving team will be heard from before the season is out … if the quarterback takes his game to another level.
Review-Journal NFL writer Greg A. Bedard discussed some of the problems with NFL officiating with retired referee John Parry, who is now the rules analyst for ESPN.
If you’re of the opinion that the state of NFL officiating is poor this season, former Super Bowl referee John Parry’s words are not going to give you much solace.
Two of the Patriots’ best defensive players — Kyle Van Noy and Lawrence Guy — and the Giants’ Will Hernandez and Nick Gates brought some Nevada power to Thursday’s matchup.
When facing Khalil Mack for the first time since he was traded to the Bears, Jon Gruden was not about to let his former linebacker tap dance on his head.