Can Dak Prescott's Cowboys evolve? How will Saquon Barkley elevate the Giants' run game? Will Carson Wentz be ready for Week 1? Jeremy Bergman looks ahead to camp in the NFC East.
Super Bowl-winning Eagles tight end Zach Ertz offers his take on the TE he emulates, the ultimate compliment for a football player and former teammate Andrew Luck.
The NFL released injury data for the 2016 season on Thursday that showed a season-over-season decrease in concussions suffered by players.
Kirk Cousins will be down a target in an important NFC East battle Sunday. Redskins tight end Jordan Reed (concussion) has been downgraded to out against the Eagles in Week 6.
Injury data for the 2017 season released by the NFL on Friday showed a season-over-season increase in concussions suffered by players amid a rise in self-reporting of symptoms by players.
Texans tight end C.J. Fiedorowicz's NFL career has reached a premature conclusion. The former 65th-overall pick is retiring at 26 years old after suffering four concussions in as many seasons.
The NFL will present several proposed rule changes aimed at improving player safety during kickoffs at next week's Spring League Meeting in Atlanta.
The NFL wants to take helmet hits out of the game and has approved a new rule in March aimed at doing just that. The new helmet rule, however, is very much still a work in progress, Judy Battista writes.
NFL kickoffs and special teams appear on track to have a different look in 2018. Potential changes include the likely elimination of the two-man wedge and running start for the kicking team.
NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport brings the latest information on the NFL's adoption of changes to the kickoff rules for 2018.
NFL Network's Judy Battista and Steve Wyche talk about the proposed rule changes that will be discussed during the Spring League Meeting on Tuesday.