Gale Sayers, Bears Hall of Fame running back, dies at 77
Nicknamed "The Kansas Comet" and considered among the best open-field runners the game has ever seen, Sayers died Wednesday.
Top 50 draft picks in NFL history
College Football 24/7 counts down the top 50 draft picks of all time, taking into account where players were selected and the sum of their accomplishments in the NFL.
Earl Campbell Houston Oilers Editorial Photo - Image of football, league: 42032956
Photo about Former Houston Oilers legend Earl Campbell #34. (Image taken from color slide.). Image of football, league, pigskin - 42032956
Christian McCaffrey of the Carolina Panthers runs against the Seattle...
Christian McCaffrey of the Carolina Panthers runs against the Seattle Seahawks during the second half of their game at Bank of America Stadium on November 25, 2018 in Charlotte, North Carolina. The...
Hail to the Chiefs: How Kansas City Became Super Again, 50 Years After Their First Championship
Relive the Chiefs' amazing season in this 168-page hardcover book featuring photos and stories from the award-winning journalists of The Kansas City Star. Get inside the huddle and read about the Chiefs' rise to claim NFL Championship in Super Bowl LIV.
This Day in Browns History: Jim Brown ties NFL record with 237 yards rushing
This Day in Browns History: Jim Brown ties his NFL record with 237 yards rushing in leading the Cleveland Browns over the Philadelphia Eagles on Nov. 19, 1961. Read the game story.
Top 10 Records ~ The NFL's Greatest Running Backs Of All Time
Check these 10 all time NFL running back records that have graced the football field with their elusive and explosive football moves.
Where Are They Now? Five Questions with Rodney Hampton
New York Giants' where are they now series -- five questions with running back Rodney Hampton.
NMU PACKER WEEKEND XXVIII (-I)
WHO WILL HOIST LOMBARDI? Nate Silver Picks the Super Bowl! By NATE SILVER Published: January 30, 2013 Comment, New York Times Does defense win championships? Stat-geek sports fans like me tend to distrust this old saying. Scoring a point helps just as much as allowing one hurts. And in football, the proposition risks ignoring the role played by the likes of Tom Brady. It is the case, however, that the better defensive team has usually won the Super Bowl — and done so far more consistently…