Our NFL Nation reporters have the latest injury updates for key players, including Saquon Barkley, T.Y. Hilton and more entering Week 7.
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Both Rams and Lions players were startled by the trade of former No. 1 picks, a deal that has been a boon to L.A. in the short term.
Stafford said facing his old team would be “just like every other game.” But for diehard Detroiters who supported him for 12 seasons, it's not.
The Titans need to upgrade at cornerback, while the Dolphins could look to move players after a disappointing start. These trades help both sides.
Vowing to "play the game just how I would any other game," Detroit Lions quarterback Jared Goff is eager and optimistic as he prepares to face his former team, the Los Angeles Rams, this weekend.
Eagles have two picks in the top 10. Giants have two in the top 11. Here's how the ESPN Football Power Index sees Round 1.
Aaron Rodgers and the Packers are feeling good after five wins in a row, while confidence is dropping in Brian Flores and the Dolphins and DK Metcalf and the Seahawks.
The Bills came up short against the Titans on Monday Night Football. Also, the NBA season officially kicks off tonight. Are the Lakers the favorites to win the title? Sean McVay says he regrets how the Goff trade was handled. Plus, ESPN NFL Insider Dan Graziano joins the guys to play Hot News or Not News.
Rams coach Sean McVay says he wishes he had "better, clearer communication" with Jared Goff before the blockbuster offseason trade that sent the Los Angeles QB to the Lions for Matthew Stafford.
The Ravens showed their strength against the Chargers, Derrick Henry ran all over the Bills, and the Chiefs got back on track. What to know for every Week 6 game.
Aware much will be made of his current team, the Rams, taking on his former team, the Lions, next week, Matthew Stafford didn't buy into the hype Sunday, saying the date with Detroit is just another "NFL opponent coming into our building."
A frustrated Dan Campbell said Jared Goff needs to "step up more than he has" after the winless Lions were blown out Sunday in Cincinnati.
Joe Burrow was able to rest his voice on the road with a rout, quieting frustrated fans at Ford Field, a week after getting sent to the hospital after taking a hit to the throat.
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The Detroit #Lions announce their Week 6 inactivates vs. Cincinnati: CB Daryl Worley, LB Jessie Lemonier, WR Trinity Benson, DE Jashon Cornell, DL Eric Banks and CB Mark Gilbert.
Our NFL reporters have the latest updates for key players entering Week 6, including Russell Wilson, Aaron Donald and more.
ESPN caught up with Holmes for an interview about the importance of inspiring African American kids and platform to bring awareness to HBCUs.
A collection of pictures taken by Lions linebacker Romeo Okwara during the pandemic-stricken 2020 NFL season will be on display at Leica Gallery Los Angeles through Nov. 2
Injuries are a part of every season. Which teams are best equip to handle the next-man-up mentality, and which are not? Pro Football Focus ranks them.
From the Los Angeles Rams coming to the defense of Matthew Stafford's favorite target to the Houston Texans taking a firm stance on their namesake's quality of BBQ, NFL teams came through with light-hearted takes on a new social media trend.
Lions coach Dan Campbell confirmed that Frank Ragnow underwent toe surgery, adding that the Pro Bowl center "feels guilty" about the season-ending injury.
Cameron Heyward is playing better than ever in Pittsburgh, Cordarrelle Patterson is hitting new heights in Atlanta and Taylor Heinicke has stepped up in Washington.
What just happened? Barnwell on Week 5's frantic finishes, including the unprecedented Chargers comeback
Sunday featured a bevy of wild finishes and dramatic victories, from 41 fourth-quarter points in L.A. to kicking misadventures in Cincinnati.
The Vikings hit a game-winning field goal to drop the Lions to 0-5 for the first time since 2015.