Trademark Board Rules Against Redskins Name
The U.S. Patent Office has ruled the Washington Redskins nickname is "disparaging of Native Americans" and that the team's federal trademarks for the name must be canceled.
Reggie Wayne Taking No Breaks From Colts Workouts
An injured right knee has kept Colts receiver Reggie Wayne on the sideline the entire offseason.
Gregg Williams Putting Stamp On Rams Defense
Gregg Williams kept saying how much fun he was having, how happy he was to be coaching in his home state, how great the players have responded.
Seattle Reaches Deal With DT Kevin Williams
The Seattle Seahawks have added another big body to their defensive line after agreeing to terms with free agent Kevin Williams.
US Defender Chandler Hurts Leg, Trains On Own
American defender Timmy Chandler did not participate in training with his U.S. teammates Thursday because of a leg injury the team said it considers minor.
Opening Statements Given In Case Of Fan Falling On Other Fan At Buffalo Bills Game
Prosecutors say the Buffalo Bills' stadium video system captured a fan sliding down an upper deck railing four times before he fell on the fifth go and landed on another fan, who was injured.
Eric Decker Catching On To New Offense With Jets
Eric Decker says he's getting a good grasp of the New York Jets' offensive system as the wide receiver transitions to his new team.
Justin Gilbert Making Name For Himself With Browns
Justin Gilbert will always be the other guy, the player the Browns drafted ahead of Johnny Manziel. And to Gilbert, that's just fine.
Edward Jones Dome Running Out Of Money
The indoor football stadium that the St. Louis Rams call home is running out of money.
Probate Trial Set For Donald Sterling
A trial has been scheduled for next month in Los Angeles probate court to determine whether Donald Sterling was properly removed as an administrator for the family trust that owns the Clippers.