Houston Texans quarterback Brian Hoyer is done with the team's concussion protocol and will start on Sunday against the New Orleans Saints.
SI.com's Boomer Esiason says how the Denver Broncos shouldn't be in a rush to make a decision regarding the rest of the season and go with Brock Osweiler to let Peyton Manning heal.
Syracuse head coach Scott Shafer will be dismissed after Saturday's season finale, the school announced Monday. Shafer is 13-23 in his three seasons.
This week's edition of On the Numbers looks inside the big days for quarterbacks Cam Newton and Jameis Winston, while running back Doug Martin joins elite company.
Oklahoma quarterback Baker Mayfield has passed concussion tests after being removed from the Sooners' 30-29 win over TCU on Saturday with a head injury, reports Jason Kersey of NewsOK.com.
Chicago officials released the graphic dash cam video of a white police officer fatally shooting a black teenager. The disturbing video shows 17-year-old Laquan McDonald being shot 16 times by Officer Jason Van Dyke in October 2014. The video shows the teen walking through the street reportedly holding a 3-inch knife, before he is shot and falls to the ground. The veteran Chicago police officer has been charged with first-degree murder in the death of a black teen.
He wasn’t wrapped in swaddling clothes but he was lying in a manger, so new to the world that his umbilical cord was still attached. A baby boy was discovered in the nativity scene at a New York Catholic City church. “The maintenance man heard the baby crying and went over to the crèche, where Jesus will be, and saw the baby there,” Father Christopher Heanue told INSIDE EDITION. The infant was in the makeshift cradle for only a few minutes. Police are searching for the baby’s mother