This week saw an increase in preseason intensity. Starters played longer, and the injury totals spiked yet again. Here’s the scoop from all around the AFC…
Teams played their first preseason game this week, offering coaches and GMs their first glimpse of the strengths and weakness of their roster.
With Hall of Fame Weekend having enshrined the game’s former greats, and the very first preseason game of the year completed, here is the latest news from around the AFC
With July winding down, and the inaugural preseason game just one Sunday away, here’s a look at the latest events and goings on in around the AFC…
The country finds itself in the midst of seemingly unrelenting heat. With fantasy drafts beginning to also heat up, here’s the latest news from around the AFC…
With the first preseason game just a few Sundays away, here’s a brief recap of the events occurring around the AFC.
As many of us celebrated the birthday of our great nation this week, the NFL activities still continued in full force. Here’s a quick review of the events which transpired this week in the AFC…
As July begins, and kickoff weekend just 67 days away, much has happened in the NFL in the past week. Here’s a closer look at the headlines from the AFC squads this past week.
In a pathetic 7-6 loss to the Cleveland Browns Sunday, the San Diego Chargers’ offense looked worse than the chances of Hurricane Sandy not having a major impact on the East Coast to start the work week.
Not having met the Browns since 2009, the Chargers come into Northern Ohio with much to prove and little room for error.
As a team that has never made it to the Super Bowl, the Cleveland Browns this season have pretty much done what people thought they would do — lose. Still, the San Diego Chargers can’t afford to be complacent when they face the Browns this weekend.
With their return to the practice, the San Diego Chargers are looking to put a game plan in place where they not only avoid a second half collapse, but enter and leave Cleveland with a confident Philip Rivers at the helm.
A bankruptcy court hearing in Atlanta for former Baltimore Ravens running back Jamal Lewis has been delayed.
Needing another blocker to protect their two first-round investments, the Cleveland Browns selected California offensive tackle Mitchell Schwartz with the No. 37 overall pick in the NFL draft on Friday