Former Rams Player Otis Anderson Jr. Shot And Killed On MondayAnderson Jr. was shot by his father at his Jacksonville home on Monday evening.
Herbert Picked Off Twice As Broncos Beat Chargers 28-13The Chargers, now 6-5, find themselves in a three-way tie for second place in the AFC West.
Rams Handed Third Straight Loss As Rodgers, Packers CruiseAaron Rodgers threw for 307 yards and two touchdowns, adding one rushing as the Packers downed the Rams 36-28 in Green Bay.
NFL, Stan Kroenke To Pay $790M Settlement In Lawsuit Over Rams’ St. Louis DepartureThe NFL and Rams owner Stan Kroenke will pay $790 million to settle a lawsuit filed by St. Louis interests over the team's relocation to Los Angeles, a joint statement from St. Louis city and county said Wednesday.
Former Raiders Coach Jon Gruden Files Lawsuit Against The NFL And Roger GoodellJon Gruden, who resigned as head coach of the Las Vegas Raiders last month following reports of offensive emails, filed a lawsuit against the NFL and its commissioner Roger Goodell on Friday.
Ex-Raider Henry Ruggs III Was Two Times Above Legal Limit Before CrashRuggs, who was behind the wheel of a Corvette, appeared impaired at the scene and was taken to a hospital with non-life-threatening injuries, police said.
Report: Rams Acquire All-Pro LB Von Miller In Trade With BroncosIn exchange, the Rams are sending the Broncos two 2022 draft picks.
Report: Super Bowl LVI Will Bring Up To $477 Million To LA EconomySuper Bowl LVI will reportedly bring over $470 million dollars to the local Los Angeles economy in the days surrounding the event.
Adam Archuleta: Chargers Defense Needs To Be Stout Against Ravens
Stafford, Rams Beat Seahawks 26-17; Wilson Injures FingerBehind quarterback Matthew Stafford, the Rams beat the Seahawks 26-17, with Seattle losing quarterback Russell Wilson to a finger injury in the third quarter.
'Bolt Up' For NFL's Crucial Catch CampaignTonight at SoFi Stadium the Chargers installed a "Bolt Up" sign covered in pink where fans were encouraged to sign the name of someone they know who had, or currently is battling cancer. This initiative is part of the NFL's "Crucial Catch" program to fight cancer through early detection and risk reduction.
NFL Week 2 AFC East Preview: 'Wasn’t That Last Week The Miami Dolphins Beat The New England Patriots, The Patriots Beat Themselves,' Says CBS Boston's Steve BurtonThe AFC East goes to battle in week 2, as all four teams compete against each other, with the Jets hosting the Patriots and the Bills visiting the Dolphins.
NFC West Preview: 'The Strongest Division In Football', CBS San Francisco's Vern Glenn Has 49ers Coming Out On TopThe 49ers were injury plagued throughout the 2020 season but this year Glenn expects them to bounce back in a big way.
AFC East Preview: 'Looking At A Division That Could Have Four Really Good Quarterbacks For The Next 10 Years,' Says CBS Miami's Michael CugnoThe AFC East is undergoing a youth movement at the most important position in sports and CBS Miami's Michael Cugno believes this division could have a decade of stellar play ahead.
Rams Acquire Sony Michel In Trade With PatriotsThe Rams will hope the former first round pick can help fill the void left by the loss of starting running back Cam Akers, who ruptured his Achilles tendon last month.