Germany to host first NFL regular-season game in 2022

The NFL will host a regular-season game in Munich, Germany, next season for the first time in its history, the league announced Wednesday. There will be five NFL regular-season games played internationally next season, with three games played in London, one in Mexico and one in Germany. The Jacksonville Jaguars said in a statement Wednesday … Read more

Missouri Tigers DC, ex-NFL HC Steve Wilks joins Carolina Panthers staff

CHARLOTTE, NC – Carolina Panthers coach Matt Rhule is adding significant NFL experience to his defensive staff in new pass game coordinator secondary coach Steve Wilks, who was with the organization for six years under Ron Rivera. The team agreed to terms with Wilks, a Charlotte native, on Wednesday. Wilks also interviewed for the New … Read more

Denver Broncos TE Andrew Beck wins NFL’s Salute to Service Award

LOS ANGELES – Denver Broncos tight end Andrew Beck has won the NFL’s Salute to Service award. Beck will be recognized at NFL Honors, the prime-time awards show Thursday night at which The Associated Press reveals its individual award winners for the 2021 season. USAA, which provides insurance and other financial services to US military … Read more

Washington Commanders owner Dan Snyder hires firm to investigate allegations of sexual harassment

The Washington Commanders have hired an independent investigative team to look into Tiffani Johnston’s allegations of sexual harassment against team owner Dan Snyder. The Commanders announced Wednesday that Pallas Global Group LLC, led by former Assistant United States Attorneys Bonnie Jonas and Tiffany Moller, will manage the investigation. During a congressional roundtable Thursday, Johnston accused … Read more

Bills’ Josh Allen faces first real change with shake-up in coaches, QB room – Buffalo Bills Blog

6:00 AM ET Alaina GetzenbergESPN BUFFALO, NY – Unlike many NFL teams, the Buffalo Bills won’t be considering a change at starting quarterback. The room around Josh Allen, however, could have an entirely new look. This offseason will feature more change than the Bills have seen in some time, in part due to the departure … Read more

Patriots RB Rhamondre Stevenson reflects on ‘stressful, successful’ rookie year – New England Patriots Blog

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – True to the nature of his position, Rhamondre Stevenson felt like he was running nonstop from the time the New England Patriots selected him in the fourth round of the 2021 NFL draft. Now, with a chance to exhale, the running back can reflect on his rookie campaign. “It was kind of … Read more

Malik Willis out of reach for Eagles? How the Senior Bowl impacted Philly’s draft outlook – Philadelphia Eagles Blog

PHILADELPHIA – Draft season officially got underway last week, as the NFL world descended on Mobile, Alabama, for the Senior Bowl. Philadelphia Eagles general manager Howie Roseman and coach Nick Sirianni, armed with three first-round picks in April’s draft, were among the evaluators roaming the sidelines. Philadelphia has drafted two players from the Senior Bowl … Read more

‘It’s just uncanny’ – How the Bengals’ Joe Burrow and Ja’Marr Chase formed their unstoppable connection

CINCINNATI – During one practice this season, something didn’t feel right between Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow and wide receiver Ja’Marr Chase. A couple of passes missed the mark. So, the two stayed after for four or five extra throws. Chase instructed Burrow where to put the ball, and Burrow, the most accurate passer in … Read more

Keep, cut or restructure? For the Packers, much depends on whether Aaron Rodgers returns – Green Bay Packers Blog

GREEN BAY, Wis. – Russ Ball might have the hardest job in the NFL this offseason. His title with the Green Bay Packers is executive vice president / director of football operations. That loosely translates to miracle worker given that he is largely responsible for managing the team’s salary cap. The Packers are currently $ … Read more

Los Angeles Rams WR Robert Woods getting to ‘enjoy this whole playoff experience’ despite being out with knee injury

It’s been almost three months since Los Angeles Rams receiver Robert Woods tore the anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee. It’s taken nearly every one of those days for Woods to come to grips with the fact that the injury will keep him from playing in Sunday’s Super Bowl LVI against the Cincinnati Bengals. … Read more