COVID-19 has been a concern for the Colts, who have consistently ranked near the bottom of the league in vaccination rates.
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The two-time All-Pro agreed on Sunday to a five-year contract extension that tops the five-year, $95.225 million contract Fred Warner recently signed with San Francisco, according to a person with knowledge of the deal.
The league said Thursday that 87.9% of NFL players had received at least one vaccine dose, and that 19 of the 32 teams had more than 90% of their players vaccinated. But with teams’ training camps underway, coronavirus-related issues have persisted.
The submissions—which are forerunners to formal bids—detail the city’s interesting in hosting the NFL scouting combine from 2023 to 2027 and the the draft in either 2025 or 2027.
Peyton Manning has lived in Denver since retiring from the NFL a month after becoming the first quarterback to win Super Bowls with two different teams.
Vinatieri, 48, entered the league as undrafted free agent and became known as the best clutch kicker in NFL history. He made 29 game-winning kicks during his career and scored a franchise-record 1,515 points with the Indianapolis Colts.
Team owners at a virtual meeting on Tuesday approved the 17th game as expected, marking the first time in 43 years the regular season has been increased.
The NFL completed a new set of lucrative television and streaming deals Thursday that solidify the sport’s status as the most valuable property in television and are expected to result in a 17-game season being put into effect this fall.
The deliberations about when to implement the 17-game season are tied in part to the completion of new broadcasting contracts with the television networks, according to people familiar with the planning of owners and the league.
Indianapolis Colts offensive coordinator Nick Sirianni would replace Doug Pederson, the former Super Bowl-winning coach who was dismissed by Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie following a 4-11-1 season.
A lower court ruled that the NFL’s contract with DirecTV may limit competition in violation of federal law. The arrangement has been in place for more than 25 years.
The update came several hours after the Colts initially announced that “several individuals within our organization” had tested positive for the virus.
The Tennessee Titans have suspended in-person activities through Friday after three players and five staffers tested positive. The outbreak threatens to jeopardize the team’s game this weekend against the Steelers.
Forbes estimated the Dallas Cowboys are the NFL’s most valuable franchise, with a value of $5.7 billion, the 14th consecutive year they’ve held that distinction.
The league’s concessions on the preseason and daily testing of players increased the likelihood that all teams’ camps will open fully by July 28 as scheduled.
Arguably the most polarizing name in North American professional sports is gone at a time of reckoning over racial injustice, iconography and racism in the United States.
The NFL pledged Thursday to contribute the money over 10 years to programs that address racial injustice, bolstering the league’s social justice initiatives first established in cooperation with a group of players amid the national controversy in late 2017.
The NFL draft is to be held as scheduled April 23-25, but it will be a TV-only event after the live event in Las Vegas associated with it was canceled due to the pandemic.
The deal makes changes for the 2020 season and runs for 10 years after that, through the 2030 season. It brings some significant changes to the sport.