NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said Wednesday it’s his responsibility to hear directly from New England quarterback Tom Brady in his appeal of his four-game suspension in the deflated footballs case.
The Oakland Raiders are planning to release two starters from last year’s team, cutting ties with receiver James Jones and linebacker Miles Burris.
The New York Jets added another big playmaker to its formidable defensive line.
The Oakland Raiders selected Alabama wide receiver Amari Cooper with the fourth pick in the NFL draft on Thursday night.
Leaders of the effort to build a new NFL stadium in St. Louis said Friday they remain optimistic about a plan they say would retain a team and help redevelop a blighted part of the city.
Roger Goodell says the two stadium projects in the Los Angeles area look promising enough to lead to the return of the NFL to the nation’s second-largest city.
Free agency didn’t go exactly the way Michael Crabtree planned.
The NFL released the schedule of teams for the 2015 season on Tuesday.
The Oakland Raiders have agreed to a deal with free agent wide receiver Michael Crabtree.
Despite missing out on some of the biggest names on the open market like Ndamukong Suh and DeMarco Murray, Oakland Raiders general manager Reggie McKenzie is happy with how the first week of free agency went.
The Oakland Raiders signed free agent cornerback James Dockery on Friday.
An advisory group appointed by Mayor Kevin Faulconer has decided that the best site for a new stadium for the Chargers is at the site of their current stadium in Mission Valley, not downtown.
The Oakland Raiders opened free agency by agreeing to contracts with former Super Bowl MVP Malcolm Smith and blocking tight end Lee Smith.
AEG, whose downtown plans were once considered the frontrunner for the NFL’s return to Los Angeles, has withdrawn its plans to build a stadium.
Former UCLA running back Maurice Jones-Drew, who played much of his NFL career for the Jacksonville Jaguars, announced his retirement from the Oakland Raiders on Thursday.