The NFL released more details about Colin Kaepernick's scheduled workout in Atlanta on Saturday, saying Thursday that Hue Jackson will lead the drills and 11 teams have committed to attend with more expected to join them.
The Browns have waived Antonio Callaway, and a source told ESPN that the wide receiver, in addition to being late again this week, is facing a second potential drug-related suspension.
- Hue to lead Kap workout; 11 teams to attend
- Browns cut Callaway after WR's latest missteps
- Buckeyes' Young suspended for one more game
- LSU atop CFP; Georgia beats out Bama for No. 4
Seth Greenberg and Dan Dakich tip off the podcast by digging into the James Wiseman situation further, talking about how talented Memphis is and sharing why Washington is as impressive as any team they've watched. Next, UCLA head coach Mick Cronin joins the podcast (15:52) to discuss his biggest surprise when taking the job, why it will be a season-long process to get his team where they should be, toughness being a skill and how he's ingratiating himself with the UCLA family. Later, the guys discuss VCU's win over LSU, Ohio State looking like a top-tier Big Ten team and Michigan State's scoring struggles (43:53).
The Seahawks could struggle. The Browns might not. Michael Thomas will catch more TD passes. The numbers tell a full story.
There's still plenty of room for movement among teams fighting for a playoff spot in Week 12. See what could be ahead for Oregon and other programs still in the hunt.
Our experts run through the bets they like for Thursday's matchup between AFC North rivals Pittsburgh and Cleveland.
They were friends and rivals in college, with Baker Mayfield getting the best of Mason Rudolph each time. In their first NFL matchup, Rudolph looks to finally return the favor.
As the playoff races tighten, a number of key starters are battling injuries. Get the latest scoop from inside NFL locker rooms.
The five quarterbacks drafted in the first round in 2018 have each started 16 regular-season games. Let's stack them from best to worst.
The Knicks are incapable of sticking to a plan says Brian Windhorst, who is joined by Jackie MacMullan and Tim MacMahon to discuss dysfunction in New York (14:37). Plus, does Portland's uninspiring start to the season mean it's time to deal one of their stars (31:31)? And, the crew talks about Boston's strong start to the season and roster changes they need to make to become serious title contenders.
The short-handed Buckeyes rolled past Villanova, and Marcus Santos-Silva led the Rams past LSU. Can Seton Hall's team approach handle Michigan State on Thursday?
Peyton Hillis, Jonas Gray, David Tyree, Timmy Smith. Do you remember their legendary one-off performances? We found the best ever.
Duane Washington Jr. had 14 points and four other players scored in double figures as No. 18 Ohio State started hot and ran over No. 10 Villanova 76-51 on Wednesday night.
Ohio State standout Chase Young, who admitted last week to accepting a loan from a "family friend," will return against Penn State on Nov. 23 after being suspended for two games.
Which players are in line for college football's end-of-season individual honors? We have the favorites.
The Crimson Tide are no longer in the CFP rankings' top four. Their fate now is in the hands of others, including the selection committee.
Here's what the College Football Playoff and New Year's Six bowl games would look like based on Tuesday's rankings.
Alabama finds itself on the outside looking in for only the fifth time in the CFP era.
Joel Embiid scored 27 points, including the go-ahead dunk with 13.2 seconds remaining, to lift the Philadelphia 76ers to a 98-97 win over the Cleveland Cavaliers on Tuesday night.