A Japanese college football player who claims he was pressured into putting a cheap shot on a rival player has vowed never to play gridiron again.
One NFL team's cheerleaders have described how they felt “worthless and unprotected" after being forced to pose topless in front of male sponsors.
As always seems to be the case over the past few months, the latest regarding Tom Brady affords opponents and proponents of the New England Patriots the opportunity to choose their own interpretation of the 40-year-old quarterback’s alleged fraying relationship with coach Bill Belichick. While his Patriots
Jordan Mailata's YouTube show reel intrigued the Philadelphia Eagles while Michael Dickson impressed the Seattle Seahawks with a rain storm workout.
Former AFL prospect Michael Dickson was the first punter selected while Jordan Mailata was picked in the seventh and final round of the NFL Draft.
Former South Sydney Rabbitohs phenom Jordan Mailata has been selected by the Philadelphia Eagles in the NFL Draft, while ex-Sydney Swans prospect Michael Dickson is heading to Seattle.
Shaquem Griffin has become the first one-handed player to be drafted by an NFL team in the modern era after being selected by the Seattle Seahawks.
Quarterbacks were the big winners in the NFL Draft with four selected in the top 10, including first overall pick Baker Mayfield by the Cleveland Browns.
Jordan Mailata was a member of the South Sydney under-20s team and Michael Dickson played on the Sydney Swans Academy squad before heading to the US.
Former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick has been honoured by Amnesty International for his kneeling protests against racial inequality.
Amputee footballer Shaq Griffin has stunned scouts at the NFL Combine with a remarkable effort on the bench press, and a record 40-yard dash.
Only one player in the history of the NFL's Scouting Combine has ever produced better numbers than Penn State running back Saquon Barkley.
Dressed like something out of 'Aladdin', Philadelphia Eagles centre Jason Kelce went crazy on the microphone as the team celebrated their first Super Bowl title.
Hundreds of thousands of Eagles fans have flooded the streets of Philadelphia to salute the NFL team's upset Super Bowl win over New England.