The COVID-19 outbreak means the NFL season will be played in front of largely empty stadiums, with only selected teams allowing a small number of fans to attend.
Patrick Mahomes is the bookmakers' favorite to win a second MVP award in three seasons, with Lamar Jackson second-favorite to defend the title.
The reigning Super Bowl champions Kansas City Chiefs host the Houston Texans in the season opener on Thursday night.
Starting Sunday, September 13, anchor Scott Hanson will be providing commentary for the Sunday afternoon games during the regular NFL season.
Urlacher shared a post to his Instagram story, glorifying Brett Favre for playing on the day his father died, while criticizing NBA players for standing up for Jacob Blake. Forte offered his prayers for people "blinded by their wealth, privilege and earthly fame."
"There was no threat for you to call the cops," he irritatedly tells the guards. "That's what we're seeing every single day."
A video using outtakes of incidental nudity from a cheerleader calendar shoot is the latest piece of evidence pointing to a culture of sexual harassment and abuse among the executives and employees of the Washington Football Team.
Jason Wright, who is the first Black president of an NFL club in the league's history, spoke about criticism the team faced over its previous name and the plan to change it.
The New England Patriots have the hardest schedule in the league, while the Baltimore Ravens face the easiest regular season of any of the 32 franchises.
The Raiders' first-ever game in Las Vegas will feature on MNF in Week 2, while the Rams play their first MNF game at SoFi Stadium in Week 7.
"If I would have said, 'I don't believe in it. It doesn't work,' it would be the hottest thing going right now," Trump said.
The new season of "Hard Knocks," featuring the Los Angeles Rams and the Los Angeles Chargers, premieres on Tuesday night.
The Green Bay Packers, San Francisco 49ers and Dallas Cowboys all feature three times on Sunday Night Football this season.
The 2020 series of the HBO show, featuring both of Los Angeles' NFL franchises, will premiere on Tuesday, August 11.
NFL Network, FOX and Amazon Prime will broadcast Thursday Night Football this season, which includes a Christmas Day matchup.
The 2020 season is scheduled to start on September 10, when the Kansas City Chiefs host the Houston Texans
A Utah Republican congressional candidate and former NFL player said Americans should "stand up, man up" for the National Anthem as he criticized professional athletes for supporting a "radical left" political agenda.
Players have until 4 p.m. ET on Wednesday, August 5 to officially opt out of the 2020 NFL season because of concerns related to coronavirus.
"It was like a movie fight—the desk got turned over, stuff was flying all over the place," Johnson said in an interview with Sports Illustrated.
The Eagles began going back to team facilities recently, and Pederson told reporters during a conference call that he would feel comfortable going back to the NovaCare complex.
Prior to the tipoff of the NBA's restart Thursday night, NBA analyst and former NBA great Charles Barkley said " if people don't kneel, they're not a bad person. I want to make that perfectly clear."
The Los Angeles Rams and the Los Angeles Chargers are set to move into SoFi Stadium for the upcoming NFL season.
The mural on the Philadelphia Eagles' training facility has three images of Bryant, with these "10 rules" from the late NBA legend who was born in Philly.
Last week, President Donald Trump again condemned players kneeling during the anthem, suggesting the gesture "would hurt a lot of people."
"The NFL in 2020 will not look like other years," the commissioner said Monday. "Even the sideline will look different."
Laurent Duvernay-Tardif said on Friday the decision to sit out the upcoming season was one of the hardest of his life.
The NFL remains determined to begin the season on September 10, but negotiations with the NFLPA remain ongoing.
"No way! Oh man they had a thorough intense long board meeting about that one huh," LeBron James tweeted Thursday.