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Le'Veon Bell, responding to a comment on Instagram about his time with the Chiefs in 2020, said, "I'd never play for Andy Reid again ... I'd retire first.''

The tight end from Europe had his opportunity cut short last season because of the pandemic.

The quarterback-turned-tight end turns 30 soon, but with more talent around him he views his surprising 2020 season as a starting point, not a peak.

Some athletes, such as Eagles O-lineman Andre Dillard, are turning off the "noise" social media can bring in an effort to improve their mental health.

The Packers "threw everything" at Love in minicamp, and he responded with an uneven three-day stint as QB1 while Aaron Rodgers stayed away.

Giants cornerback Sam Beal pleaded guilty to gun-related charges last week stemming from an arrest in Ohio last June, according to Lorain County Court records.

The 2015 top pick hasn't shied away from criticism and has worked hard to change the narrative as he tries to win the Saints' starting job.

Russell Wilson spoke Thursday to reporters for the first time since February, when his public criticisms of the Seahawks led to speculation about a possible trade, and made it clear he never wanted to play anywhere else.

Los Angeles Rams coach Sean McVay said his remarks about Matthew Stafford were "taken out of context," saying his excitement with his new quarterback wasn't a slight to former QB Jared Goff.

Patriots rookie Mac Jones is slowly getting more comfortable after his first month as an NFL quarterback and said Thursday he's learning from the other quarterbacks he is competing against to win the starting job.