October 2018

There's a lot at stake when the San Francisco 49ers host the Oakland Raiders on Thursday, but for all the wrong reasons. The 49ers (1-7) and Raiders (1-6) -- along with the New York Giants (1-7) -- are the front-runners to claim the No. 1 pick in the 2019 NFL draft. "I know it means a lot to our fans," Raiders quarterback Derek Carr said.

Once the clock struck 3 p.m. Central time on Tuesday, marking the official end of the NFL’s trade deadline, the complaining and concern commenced in the city that’s home to the AFC’s best team. Chiefs fans are tortured, far more than you’d ever guess, and even in the midst of a red-hot (and unexpected) 7-1 start, many of them can’t help but worry about The Boogeyman.

Oakland Raiders cornerback Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie announced Tuesday that he is retiring, effective immediately. A kid with one kid and no college offers lasted 11 years in the NFL." A product of Tennessee State, he was selected by the Arizona Cardinals as the No. 16 overall pick of the 2008 NFL Draft and played his first three seasons with the team. A two-time Pro Bowl selection, he signed with Oakland in August.

Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie has pulled in his final interception in the NFL. The Oakland Raiders cornerback announced Tuesday on his Instagram feed he’s retiring immediately. “Today my nfl journey ends, and i thank god for keep me all these years,” he

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The term “slow burn” has been used a lot of late to describe certain streaming shows, and it certainly could have been used last night to describe the New England Patriots’ 25-6 triumph over the Buffalo Bills on Monday Night Football. Tom Brady, Rob Gronkowski and crew weren’t slack for the early part of the ESPN game on the Bills’ home turf, but in the second half they truly leaned in. Facing that, after Thurman Thomas’ number-retirement ceremony, it couldn’t have been made any easier for Buffalo as they saw a touchdown taken away by NFL officials on replay too.

Two-time Super Bowl MVP Eli Manning isn't ready to hand over the job as the New York Giants' starting quarterback. With fans and many in the media calling for him to be benched with the Giants off to a second straight 1-7 start, the 37-year-old Manning insisted Monday he wants to play when New York takes the field against the 49ers in San Francisco on Nov. 12. Before Manning spoke, Coach Pat Shurmur said the 15-year veteran remains his starting quarterback, but he will be evaluating everything during the upcoming bye week.

If New York Giants coach Pat Shurmur was simply considering what’s best for the future of his team, his quarterback choice would be fairly easy. Manning is an icon in the organization. Here’s the situation, however: The Giants are 1-7 going into the bye.

The minute Odell Beckham Jr. put pen to paper, he signed up for everything to come. The minute he agreed to take $95 million of John Mara’s money — $65 million of which was guaranteed — Beckham tied himself to the New York Giants and all of the frustration that comes with being a part of a franchise in free fall. The Giants have hit rock bottom, and that was evident long before they dropped to 1-7 after losing to the Washington Redskins on Sunday afternoon.

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) -- New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning isn't looking to be traded. Less than an hour after being sacked seven times in a 20-13 loss to the Washington Redskins on Sunday, Manning shook his head in a no response when asked

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