• NFL star Hernandez notes given to family Three handwritten notes found by the body of former New England Patriots star Aaron Hernandez following his suicide in a Massachusetts prison cell last week were handed over to his family on Monday, an official said. 10:02p
  • Attorneys reviewing Las Vegas Raiders name A handful of people paid up to $275 for the "Las Vegas Raiders" trademark when news of the team's potential move from Oakland surfaced in January 2016. The filings have shed light on a trademark system that gives priority to the first people to submit applications, regardless of the validity of their claims. Sat
  • Judge orders Hernandez evidence preserved A Massachusetts judge on Friday ordered all evidence in the prison suicide of Aaron Hernandez preserved, granting a request from the ex-NFL star's fiancee so the family can investigate the circumstances of his death. Fri
  • Eli Manning defends NFL memorabilia claims New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning has denied accusations he knowingly provided fake game-used memorabilia to collectors. Thu
  • Dispute over release of Hernandez's brain A lawyer for former New England Patriots player Aaron Hernandez has accused the Massachusetts medical examiner's office of reneging on a deal to turn over the athlete's brain to a Boston laboratory a day after he was found dead in his prison cell. Thu
  • Brady, Kaepernick among names on Time list New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady and Cleveland Cavaliers forward LeBron James are among seven sports figures named to Time Magazine's annual list of the world's most influential people. Thu
  • Ex-NFL player accidentally kills daughter Former NFL star Todd Heap hit and killed his three-year-old daughter on Friday while he was moving his truck in his driveway at his Arizona home. Apr 15
  • Ex-NFL star Hernandez acquitted of murder Ex-NFL star Aaron Hernandez, who is already serving a life sentence for a 2013 murder, was acquitted of a 2012 double slaying prosecutors said was fuelled by his anger over a spilled drink. Apr 14
  • NFL Steelers owner Dan Rooney dies at 84 Rooney was admitted to the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2000. He served as general manager of the club from 1975-2003. Apr 13
  • St. Louis sues NFL for $1b over Rams loss The city of St. Louis and other regional groups have filed a lawsuit against the National Football League and all its teams and owners, claiming the league violated its relocation guidelines when it allowed the Rams to leave the city. Apr 12
  • Women's gridiron turn to crowdfunding The Australian women's gridiron team have been forced to turn to crowdfunding in order raise money for their trip to Canada for the World Championships. Apr 11
  • Amazon, NFL in live-streaming rights deal Amazon.com Inc will live-stream games for the NFL this year, a company spokeswoman said on Tuesday, marking a high-profile push by the online retailer to attract fans to its Prime shopping and video-playback club. Apr 4
  • Cowboys quarterback Romo calls time The 36-year-old spent 14 seasons with the Cowboys and was their number one Quarterback for 10 years before injuries and the emergence of rookie Dak Prescott saw him replaced last season. Apr 4
  • Brady's NFL jersey stolen again, by Gronk Tom Brady's Super Bowl NFL jersey was stolen again - this time by Rob Gronkowski in full view of 37,000 screaming Red Sox baseball fans. Apr 4
  • NFL owners approve Raiders' move to Vegas NFL team owners have given the green light to the Raiders moving to Las Vegas from Oakland, paving the way for the building of a new, $US1.9 billion stadium in Sin City. Mar 27
  • Broncos helmet could belong to Miller MVP Von Miller's Super Bowl 50 helmet may have been discovered alongside Tom Brady's missing jerseys in Mexico, according to Miller's team the Denver Broncos. Mar 21
  • Brady's Super Bowl jersey found in Mexico The mystery of Tom Brady's missing Super Bowl jersey has led police all the way to Mexico, with authorities investigating a former tabloid newspaper executive's possible role in the theft. Mar 20
  • NFL Panthers sign Peppers The Carolina Panthers signed unrestricted free agent defensive end Julius Peppers to a one-year NFL contract on Saturday. Mar 11
  • Osweiler moves on busy NFL free agency day Everyone expected a free agency flurry when the NFL's year began on Thursday (Friday AEDT). Predicting what happened with Brock Osweiler was beyond anyone's projections. Mar 9
  • Kaepernick opts out of NFL contract Colin Kaepernick is a free agent after opting out of his San Francisco 49ers NFL contract on Saturday (AEDT). Mar 3