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The attorneys for some former Washington Football Team employees rejected NFL commissioner Roger Goodell's reasoning for not making the investigation into the organization public, saying in a letter that their clients "wanted the findings released."

Arizona Cardinals defensive end J.J. Watt has been ruled out for Thursday night's game against the Packers because of a shoulder injury.

Miami Dolphins QB Tua Tagovailoa said he spoke with head coach Brian Flores after Sunday's game and came away confident in his status as starting quarterback despite reports the team has interest in Deshaun Watson.

Rams owner Stan Kroenke has angered NFL owners with the possibility of him trying to back away from a promise to cover tens of millions of dollars in legal expenses related to his team's 2016 departure from St. Louis, sources told ESPN.

Though QB Dak Prescott, who's dealing with a right calf strain, looked good in practice Wednesday, coach Mike McCarthy said he must "cross the threshold" to play Sunday.

Raiders owner Mark Davis broke ranks with other NFL owners Wednesday at the league's fall meetings, saying he would like to see a written report of the investigation into the Washington Football Team.

Jets coach Robert Saleh says quarterback Mike White will start Sunday against Cincinnati, but the status of their newest backup, Joe Flacco, is uncertain.

Eric Moody goes over which players fantasy managers should consider dealing for right now, including a trio of Arizona Cardinals.

Houston Texans chairman and CEO Cal McNair apologized Tuesday following a report that he made an anti-Asian comment at a team charity golf tournament in May.

Dustin Hopkins was signed as the Chargers kicker on Tuesday after the team waived Tristan Vizcaino.