- NFL Announces Special Centennial HOF Class
- CAR LB Luke Kuechly Announces Retirement
- Injury Aftermath: Divisional Round
- Browns Will Make Stefanski New Head Coach
- Giants Hire Patriots WR/ST Coordinator Joe Judge as Head Coach
- Panthers Hire Baylor's Matt Rhule as New Head Coach
- Injury Aftermath: Wild-Card Round
- Mike McCarthy to Replace Jason Garrett in Dallas
The NFL has finally made the full announcement of the 15 players, coaches, and contributors who will be part of a special expanded Hall of Fame class in 2020. You can learn more about these players at the link below.
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The four remaining teams are just about as healthy as they've ever been, with only one player on any of the four active rosters considered likely to miss the conference championship games.
The last open head coaching spot in the NFL is set, as the Cleveland Browns will hire Minnesota offensive coordinator Kevin Stefanski as their new head coach.
The Giants have hired Joe Judge to be their new head coach. Judge has been with the Patriots since 2012, was promoted to special teams coordinator in 2015 and then wide receivers coach in 2019. The 38-year-old Judge could gain some veteran experience on his staff with the Giants also asking to
The Carolina Panthers have hired Matt Rhule to be their new Head Coach. Rhule has a legacy of turning around struggling college programs, feat he accomplished at both Temple and Baylor over the last decade. The 44-year-old Rhule is also known as a forward-thinker who embraces analytics, a trait
The one major injury from the Wild Card Round afflicts a team that was eliminated anyway. We look at the injury situation for each remaining team.
It took a full week to happen, and multiple reporters are taking credit for breaking the news at various times, but everyone is in agreement now: Jason Garrett will not return as head coach of the Dallas Cowboys in 2020.