On Tuesday, New Orleans Saints head coach Sean Payton suggested that 2020 will be the final season for the team's quarterback, Drew Brees.
The 'Today' host suddenly became emotional following an on-air segment on Friday morning.
The New Orleans Saints wide receiver criticized Trump on Twitter on Wednesday night, shortly after the president imposed a travel ban.
The Chiefs overcame a 20-10 deficit in the fourth quarter to win Super Bowl LIV, becoming only the fifth team in history to erase a double-digit gap in the Super Bowl
Brees has indicated he will use the month after the season to decide on his future, according to Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk on NBC.
One of only two kickers ever inducted in the Hall of Fame, the "Great Dane" reveals what is like to be a kicker in the NFL and whether the Chiefs can win the Super Bowl
To take it a step further, Rudolph offered to sign the gloves in hopes the charitable benefit could make even more money. Rudolph caught the game-winning touchdown in overtime against the New Orleans Saints moments earlier.
The Philadelphia Eagles will be the first team to pick of those who have made the playoffs, followed by the Buffalo Bills, New England Patriots and New Orleans Saints.
Home field was not kind to three of the four NFL teams that hosted games over the weekend. The four teams that had byes—Baltimore, Kansas City, San Francisco and Green Bay—will all host games in the divisional round.
NBC analysts and members of the ESPN NFL crew all agreed the play should have been reviewed, and that a pass interference should have been called to negate a Vikings touchdown Sunday.
The 13-3 Saints host the 10-6 Vikings on Sunday afternoon looking to for revenge two years on from the "Minneapolis Miracle".
The San Francisco 49ers, who are the NFC's top seed with home-field advantage throughout the playoffs, are not even favored to make it to the Super Bowl by any of the writers.
The former Steelers wide receiver posted a picture of a New Orleans Saints free agent waive form on his Instagram story, and social media users reacted.
Saints receiver Michael Thomas breaks the old record of 143 set by Marvin Harrison of the Indianapolis Colts in 2002.
The veteran Saints quarterback is now the all-time NFL leader in touchdown passes with 540, one ahead of Peyton Manning.
Brady can still pass Brees, but the chase is close as the all-time touchdown passing record is now in the hands of Drew Brees, who passed Peyton Manning on Monday.
Brees connected with Josh Hill early in the third quarter to give the Saints a 27-0 lead, and it made Brees the league's all-time leader in touchdown passes.
Manning, who played mostly for the Indianapolis Colts and then the Denver Broncos from a span of 1998-2015, still holds the record for most passing touchdowns in a career with 539. Drew Brees is third on the list with 537, and the Saints play at home Monday night.
The Saints can draw level with the Seattle Seahawks and the Green Bay Packers with a win, which would keep their chances of securing a first-round bye alive.
The Ravens and the Chiefs have clinched a playoff berth, while the Patriots and the 49ers could do so with wins over Cincinnati and Atlanta next week.
New Orleans is the only team to have qualified for the playoffs so far, but Baltimore, New England, Kansas City, San Francisco and Seattle can join it on Sunday.
The remaining schedule includes a slew of games that will go a long way to determine not only which teams make the playoffs, but playoff seedings and home teams as well.
The LSU Tigers and New Orleans Saints have a chance to pull off a feat never seen in the Super Bowl era, and it's happened only twice in 100 years of professional football.
The Baltimore Ravens took control of the AFC with a 20-17 over San Francisco, which saw the 49ers slip to fifth in the NFC.
The New Orleans Saints became the first team to clinch a playoff spot this season with a 26-18 win over the Atlanta Falcons on Thanksgiving.
New Orleans can become the first NFL team to secure a playoff spot this season if they win in Atlanta on Thursday.
The NFL's triple-header on Thanksgiving last year saw the fourth most wagers placed on a sporting event in the U.S. in 2018.
The NFL's Thanksgiving tradition continues this year, as the Lions host the Bears and the Cowboys welcome the Bills, while the Saints take on the Falcons.