The NFL has handed out suspensions following the scuffle between the Cleveland Browns and Pittsburgh Steelers and many fans are not happy that Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph was not included in the list.
Many people were shocked after watching Cleveland Browns defensive end Myles Garrett hit Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph in the head with his helmet, but this is not the first time this has happened in the NFL.
Eleven franchises have so far committed to attend the workout and the NFL expects more teams to join the event.
Garrett, who has a Twitter handle that reads, "A hero is made by the path he chooses, not by the power he is graced with," set Twitter on fire late Thursday night.
Week 10 of the NFL begins in Cleveland where the Browns host the Pittsburgh Steelers on Thursday night.
It was announced on Tuesday that the NFL will hold an open workout for former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick, who has not stepped on an NFL field since 2017.
All 32 NFL franchises have been invited to a private workout organized by the league, which will be held in Atlanta on Saturday.
The 32-year-old quarterback will hold a private workout organized by the NFL in Atlanta on Saturday, to which all 32 NFL teams have been invited.
Three teams from the AFC North lead the list, with the Dallas Cowboys and New England Patriots also showing contention.
"You're trying to use the "racism" tool to mask truth that 1) The game surpassed you a few years ago and that's why you weren't excelling and 2) You're no longer relevant as a QB or activist," one person said.
The session will include on-field work and an interview. All clubs are invited to attend, and video of both the workout and interview will be made available to clubs.
The Patriots and the Ravens are in control of the AFC, while the race for the NFC has got tighter after Seattle beat San Francisco on Monday Night Football.
The San Francisco 49ers look to improve to 9-0 when they host the Seattle Seahawks in a potentially crucial NFC West matchup.
Week 11 begins on Thursday night with a crucial AFC North matchup as the Cleveland Browns host the Pittsburgh Steelers.
The Cowboys look for a third straight win when they host the Vikings, while Minnesota hopes to rebound from loss to Kansas City.
ESPN NFL Draft expert mel Kiper has seven players from this game on his top overall 15 who are draft eligible—five from Alabama and two from LSU.
On Thursday, CBS reporter Jason La Canfora took to Twitter to criticize the Cincinnati Bengals and Washington Redskins for failing to make any roster moves prior to the NFL trade deadline.
This comes on the heels of a since-deleted, expletive-laced tweet Thursday in which he said he would not play in the league again.
Week 10 of the NFL begins in Oakland where the Raiders host the Los Angeles Chargers on Thursday night.
The Jaguars have long been considered the NFL's preferred choice to move to London but Shad Khan has poured cold water over the suggestion.
The Kansas City Chiefs quarterback has been out of action for three weeks since dislocating his right kneecap against the Denver Broncos in Week 7.
"It's just the outside viewers looking in," Bears quarterback Mitch Trubisky said of the outside noise from sports talk hosts needling on the team's subpar season.
An animal shelter in Dallas, Texas says two black cats have been adopted in the wake of the Dallas Cowboys road win against the New York Giants Monday night. The game was notably paused when a black cat ran onto the field, with some fans suggesting the animal brought their team good luck.
During ESPN's "First Take," host Stephen A. Smith said that he thinks the Philadelphia Eagles should sign the wide receiver.
"Our league has a lot to address this offseason as consumer confidence continues to wane," Aikman wrote as Dallas went on to beat the Giants, 37-18.
During the Monday Night Football contest between the Cowboys and Giants, a black cat prowled across the field and caused stoppage, and perhaps the outcome.
The prospect of a London-based NFL team has never been more realistic, but there are a number of hurdles still to clear.
The San Francisco 49ers are the only team left undefeated as the NFL season enters the second half, while the Patriots remain in charge of the AFC.
The reigning Super Bowl champions are 8-0 for only the third time in franchise history but face their hardest test of the season to date.