NFL owners unanimously approved a measure Tuesday authorizing independent spotters to call a medical timeout during a game if they spot a player showing signs of disorientation and in need of the league’s concussion protocol.
Even though no teams have announced plans to relocate, and there have been no formal stadium presentations, several influential NFL owners believe a Los Angeles solution is within reach.
Stan Kroenke won't be empty handed this week when he arrives at the NFL owners meetings in Arizona.
San Diego has taken a step toward keeping the Chargers — but team officials aren't likely to be satisfied by it.
On a day when the NFL's free agents were officially allowed to test the market, it was a different kind of "Let's Make a Deal" that stole the spotlight.
Lest anyone think AEG might reconsider its decision to pull the plug on Farmers Field, the company issued a press release Tuesday reiterating that it’s moving on from the pursuit of an NFL stadium in downtown Los Angeles.