Odell Beckham Jr insists it is only a matter of time before London has its own NFL franchise.
The Oakland Raiders have extended general manager Reggie McKenzie's contract by four years.
Former London Warriors defensive end Efe Obada has signed for the Atlanta Falcons.
From Tom Brady to Cam Newton to Ben Roethlisberger, View From America ranks the top 10 quarterbacks.
New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick confirmed Tom Brady will be starting quarterback when he returns from suspension.
Quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick has a agreed a new one-year deal with the New York Jets to end a long off-season standoff.
The Los Angeles Rams have released quarterback Nick Foles just a day before he was due to report to their training camp.
Green Bay Packers wide receiver Jordy Nelson's return has been delayed after he suffered an injury setback.
Pete Carroll has extended his Seattle Seahawks contract until 2019.
The Atlanta Falcons have announced that they have released return man and wide receiver Devin Hester.
The Rock’s mammoth work-out routine on the set of Ballers has been revealed by the Giants' Victor Cruz.
The NFL has announced much stricter punishments for breaches of the league's concussion protocols.
Cleveland Browns wide receiver Josh Gordon is to be conditionally reinstated by the NFL but will serve another four-game ban.
Peyton Manning has been exonerated after a seven-month NFL investigation into allegations he broke the league's anti-doping policy.
The Seattle Seahawks have reached a contract extension with general manager John Schneider, the NFL team announced on Sunday.
Indianapolis Colts defensive lineman Arthur Jones has been suspended for the first four games of the new NFL season.
Denard Robinson has insisted that a permanent home in London could help Jacksonville Jaguars.
The NFL will interview the four players that were named in a report alleging use of performance-enhancing drugs.
Pittsburgh Steelers running back Le'Veon Bell is facing a four-game suspension for missing several drug tests, the NFL reported Friday on its website.
Andrew Luck has rightfully been made the highest paid player in the NFL, says Colts team-mate Dwayne Allen.