The inglorious interception at the end of his career in New England seems a distant memory as he leads the Buccaneers into the N.F.C. championship game on Sunday.
About 7,500 health care workers who have been vaccinated will be given free tickets, the league said, but it will sell 14,500 tickets to customers who will not be required to get inoculated.
Lamar Jackson will try to get over the playoff hump against the Titans, the Saints will try to avoid any surprises, and the Steelers and the Browns circle each other for the third time this season.
No, not Tom Brady. He made it. But the pandemic is forcing teams to keep large numbers of fans away.
Cleveland announced that Coach Kevin Stefanski, two members of his staff and two Browns players’ positive tests will keep them out of Sunday’s game against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
The coronavirus changed sports. But it also changed us. Will our connection as fans always be divided into a before, and an after?
The Jets’ second win of the season removed the possibility of them getting the No. 1 pick in next year’s draft, while Cleveland is at risk of extending the league’s longest postseason drought.
Leo Koloamatangi says he misses his team, even in a dreadful season, and that he has wondered what he might have accomplished this year. But he finds comfort in knowing his family is at a lower risk.
As the virus cuts into the annual ad blitz, CBS has yet to book all of the 30-second slots available for the big game.
The state of Wisconsin is a microcosm of the financial devastation the pandemic has brought the sports industry, and those who rely on it.
The N.F.L.’s efforts to keep the season going are reaching heights of absurdity as the pandemic worsens. It’s time to pause.
After multiple delays, the Ravens and the Steelers appear set for the N.F.L.’s second Wednesday game since 1949. It is an unusual day for football, but games played on that day have been pretty notable.
Officials in Santa Clara County Calif., where the team is based, had shut down contact sports at all levels amid a surge in coronavirus cases.
Receiver Kendall Hinton was a last resort fill-in when four Denver Broncos quarterbacks were ruled ineligible to play in Sunday’s game because they’d been exposed to the coronavirus.
The 49ers would need to train away for the headquarters for three weeks under an order from local health officials. The Broncos have none of their quarterbacks available for their game on Sunday.
The N.F.L.’s 2019 M.V.P. was among several players who tested positive for the virus on Thursday.
The team’s owner, Jerry Jones, is pursuing “a continued aggressive approach to having fans” at home games, even as coronavirus cases rise in the area around the stadium.