We stacked NFL franchises from those in need of a teardown to those that just need a few tweaks. What are each eliminated team's outlook and offseason priorities?
The Jaguars fired their coach and have the draft's No. 1 pick, and the Browns missed the playoffs, again. What's next for non-playoff teams in 2022?
Who will your favorite teams face in 2022? Here's a look at every franchise's home and road opponents for next season.
— After a final month marred by COVID-19 issues, a fight on the field, a tragic automobile accident involving a passenger in a car driven by a fellow player and a losing streak, the Washington Football Team had something to feel good about after its...
The safety steps in front of a pass by New York's Jake Fromm and returns it 30 yards, pushing Washington's lead to 12-0.
A 'LaVar Leap' gone wrong: Penn State great LaVar Arrington apologizes for prematurely announcing HOF induction
Known for a play where he jumped the snap count, Arrington, a two-time All-American at Penn State and first-round NFL draft pick, jumped offside on announcing he would be inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame. His apology came with a face-palm.
What's there to play for in Week 18? For several players there is big money to be had for achieving such incentives as snaps, sacks, receptions and team performance.
Former Alabama RB Shaun Alexander joins the show to talk about the upcoming national championship game between the Tide and Dawgs.
Former Washington and Broncos running back Clinton Portis was sentenced to six months in federal prison and six months of home confinement for his part in defrauding a health care benefit program for retired NFL veterans.
Starting to look ahead to next season's offense, the Washington Football Team took care of one potential hole by signing left tackle Charles Leno to a three-year, $37.5 million deal on Wednesday, a source confirmed to ESPN.
Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Jalen Hurts has sent a letter to the Washington Football Team and the NFL asking what follow-up action would be taken regarding Sunday's railing collapse at FedEx Field after his team's victory.
The Washington Football Team says it will announce its new nickname on Feb. 2 and that the new name won't be one of the favorites suggested on social media.
There have been more walk-offs this season than in any other season since the merger in 1970.
Four individuals who fell as a result of a railing collapse at FedEx Field Sunday -- all of whom say they suffered injuries from the incident -- refuted a statement by the Washington Football Team suggesting they were offered on-site medical evaluation.
The Patriots put up 50, while the Bengals clinched the AFC North and the Bills secured a playoff spot. Here's what to know from Week 17 in the NFL.
A railing at FedEx Field collapsed Sunday, causing several fans to fall and hit the ground as Eagles QB Jalen Hurts walked past. None of the fans appeared to be hurt.
— Jalen Hurts scrambled out of trouble to avoid a handful of sacks and ran the ball when needed with Miles Sanders out.
Washington Football Team tight end Ricky Seals-Jones suffered a neck injury in a scary sideline collision with a cameraman Sunday and was carted off, although coach Ron Rivera said later that he was up walking around in the locker room.
As Week 17 of the NFL season is upon us, some big-name players could be in jeopardy of missing this week's action.
How NFL teams are trying to protect QBs like Kirk Cousins from COVID-19 -- and not always successfully
As the season winds down and playoff implications ramp up, some teams are taking extra steps to help their quarterbacks avoid contracting the virus.
Washington could be without starting running back Antonio Gibson and left guard Ereck Flowers for Sunday's game vs. Philadelphia after the two were added to the team's reserve/COVID-19 list.
How the NFL regular season will end: Projecting scores for the final 32 games, who makes the playoffs
We used ESPN's Football Power Index's most likely simulation to project Weeks 17 and 18 -- complete with game scores -- to predict how the NFL playoff field will stack up.
Anthony Sweat, the brother of third-year Washington defensive end Montez Sweat, was shot and killed Tuesday afternoon.
The NFL's biggest risers at every position: Execs help us pick players moving up our top-10 rankings
In the offseason, we ranked the top 10 NFL players at every position. With some help from league execs, we went back to those lists to see who climbed the boards this season.
Three more teams clinched division titles in Week 16, and an additional two locked up playoff spots. Here is the current postseason outlook, plus some clinching scenarios.