A fun team tradition to celebrate a worthy charity during the holidays has resulted in fines to several Cowboys players.
As former Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. continues to close in on making his 2022 NFL season […]
Brian Flores Sues NFL in Class Action Suit Alleging Racial Discrimination by League Against Minority Coaches
Former Miami Dolphins Head Coach Brian Flores, on Tuesday, filed a 58-page class action lawsuit in the Southern District of […]
Revisiting Odell Beckham Jr.’s career and the timeline of wild incidents he was involved in.
The New York Giants have decided to relieve head coach Joe Judge of his duties. The Giants will also be […]
St. Louis Circuit Court Judge Christopher McGraugh on Wednesday, fined four NFL team owners for failing to comply with his July order to turn over financial information as part of a contentious lawsuit the City of St. Louis filed over the move by the Rams football team to Los Angeles.The Court fined New York Giants owner John Mara $8,000, Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones $6,000, and ordered Clark Hunt of the Kansas City Chiefs and Robert Kraft of the New England Patriots to pay $5,000 each. All four also were ordered to pay a total of $25,000 in fees to the plaintiff’s attorneys, according to the court order.
Cowboys starter La’el Collins is in court fighting the NFL suspension so he can play against the Giants this weekend. Here is an update in real time about what’s going on inside the courtroom.