NFL players no longer have access to their usual work out equipment, so they're getting creative. The Boston Globe's Nora Princiotti tried to keep up.
Milt McColl attended medical school while playing for the San Francisco 49ers. Now, he's treating COVID-19 patients.
The NFL severely lacks minority head coaches. Derrick Z. Jackson, contributor to The Undefeated, thinks that's connected to an issue at the college level.
Jon Dorenbos played in the NFL and may be even more impressive as a magician. But he came to both magic and football through tragedy.
After he was drafted by the Buffalo Bills, Marcellus Wiley sat just two lockers over from his childhood idol Bruce Smith.
Before they created 'Game of Zones,' Adam and Craig Malamut made 'Sports Friends.' One of the friendships dramatized in the cartoon was very real.
After spending his days at training camp with the Dallas Cowboys, Leland Melvin would study math for material science and electrochemistry.
Div. III Middlebury College in Vermont is far from a football powerhouse. But that's where NFL veteran Stephen Hauschka's career began.
John Urschel left the NFL in 2017 to focus on his doctorate in mathematics at MIT.
Earlier this week, New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft pleaded not guilty to two misdemeanor counts of soliciting prostitution. Karen Given says the incident has at least some Patriots fans...
In order to be better prepared for her job as an NFL reporter, Tori Petry joined a women's semi-pro football team.
NFL players who retired before 1993 are not eligible for a range of benefits available to players who retired after 1993 — and their pensions are about a third the...
Marcellus Wiley played 10 seasons in the NFL. He got there with on-field prowess, an Ivy League education ... and a typing championship.
Independent investigative journalist Jessica Luther and SB Nation's Tyler Tynes join Howard Bryant.
Chiefs offensive lineman Laurent Duvernay-Tardif recently earned his M.D. from McGill University. But Duvernay-Tardif isn't the first NFL player to juggle pro football and medical school.
Nora Princiotti of the Boston Globe and Charlotte Wilder of Sports Illustrated join Don Van Natta Jr.
Ryan Leaf was the second overall pick in the 1998 NFL Draft. But soon after his early retirement, he started abusing painkillers.
As the Patriots prepare for another trip to the Super Bowl, football fans who live outside New England are preparing to root against them ... again. Bill Littlefield addresses the...
Gene Mingo's story is worth telling for reasons that go way beyond whether he should be in the Hall of Fame.
While the Colts were still in Baltimore in the 1960s and beyond, they were part of the fabric of the community. They worked at liquor stores and steel plants, drank...