Dolphins’ Holland calls MetLife Stadium turf ‘trash’ after teammate Phillips injures Achilles tendon
Miami safety Jevon Holland called the MetLife Stadium turf “trash” after teammate Jaelan Phillips injured his right Achilles tendon in the Dolphins’ 34-13 win over the New York Jets.
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The NFC goes through Philadelphia. The top three challengers showed where they stand on Thanksgiving. Detroit took a step backward.
AP Pro Football Writer Rob Maaddi shares his picks for upcoming games.
Raiders defensive end Maxx Crosby is doubtful because of a knee injury for Sunday’s home game against the Kansas City Chiefs.
Indianapolis used two straight road wins to get back into the playoff conversation. If the Colts intend to stay there, they must start protecting their home turf when the Tampa Bay Buccaneers visit Sunday.
The Seattle Seahawks are broken offensively in a way that could not have been anticipated back during training camp in the summer or even a couple of months ago.
Tyreek Hill celebrated a touchdown catch by giving the ball to his new wife in the stands, Jevon Holland returned an intercepted first-half Hail Mary attempt 99 yards for a score, and the Miami Dolphins cruised past the New York Jets 34-13.
Justin Jefferson has been frustrated about being on the sideline with an injury while the Minnesota Vikings try to recover from a slow start and secure a playoff berth.
The Baltimore Ravens added some talented pass catchers in the offseason. The hope was that the team could become a bit less reliant on tight end Mark Andrews.
The Cleveland Browns and Denver Broncos square off Sunday in what has the makings of an old-school matchup.
Newlywed Miami Dolphins star Tyreek Hill celebrated his first touchdown against the New York Jets by tossing the ball in the stands to his new wife.
Kyler Murray’s NFL career has had a lot of good moments through 4 1/2 seasons. Very few of them have come against the Los Angeles Rams.
The New England Patriots and New York Giants will be playing a game in which neither Tom Brady or Eli Manning will be the starting quarterback for the first time since 1999.
It’s been two months, but the Jacksonville Jaguars are still thinking about their lopsided defeat in the first meeting with the Houston Texans this season as they prepare to play them again.
The San Francisco 49ers took little time to establish that they are the dominant team in the NFC West.
Lamar Jackson and Baltimore hold the top seed in the AFC. While the Ravens want to keep that spot and make the playoffs for the fifth time in six years, they also want to make sure Jackson is under center in January.
Miami Dolphins rookie running back De’Von Achane was inactive for the game against the New York Jets, who were sitting veteran wide receiver Allen Lazard.
The Cleveland Browns will be without Pro Bowl cornerback Denzel Ward on Sunday against Denver because of a shoulder injury.
The possibility the Green Bay Packers might compete for a playoff berth seemed out of the question after a four-game skid dropped their record to 2-5.
Jalen Hurts and Josh Allen play similar games, but their styles are different. Serious and stoic, Philadelphia quarterback Hurts maintains an even-keeled demeanor.
No deficit has seemed too large for Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs’ quick-strike offense during a four-season run that includes two Super Bowl titles.
Bryce Young and Will Levis never faced off during college in the Southeastern Conference. Now the rookie quarterbacks finally will meet Sunday in the NFL when Young and his Carolina Panthers visit Levis and the Titans.
The Cowboys have sparkled since a blowout loss at San Francisco. Now the schedule gets tougher again
Dak Prescott and the Dallas Cowboys seem weary of questions about how they’ve play so well since getting blown out in San Francisco almost seven weeks ago.
First place in the mediocre NFC South, the NFL’s only division to lack a team with a winning record, will be on the line when New Orleans visits Atlanta.
The Pittsburgh Steelers and Cincinnati Bengals find their seasons at a crossroads as they prepare to meet in Week 12.
The Washington Commanders have fired defensive coordinator Jack Del Rio and defensive backs coach Brent Vieselmeyer.
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Facing a tough division opponent on a short week, the Seattle Seahawks couldn’t afford to be sloppy, ineffective or get off to a slow start.
Christian McCaffrey rushed for 114 yards and two touchdowns in the first half, and the San Francisco 49ers built a 21-point lead by halftime in rolling to a 31-13 win over the Seattle Seahawks.
After a lopsided loss on Thanksgiving, there are only going to be more questions about coach Ron Rivera’s future in Washington.
DaRon Bland set an NFL record with his fifth interception return for a touchdown this season, Dak Prescott threw four TD passes and the Dallas Cowboys pulled away for a 45-10 Thanksgiving victory over the Washington Commanders.