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ESPN's fantasy experts have faith in Rodgers, who came back strong from a similar hiatus four years ago.
One of the biggest weekends of the regular season has a huge Pats-Steelers showdown, Aaron Rodgers' return, a telling test for the Rams and more.
This weekend could determine two division titles, up to four total playoff berths and more. Here's how the field looks now and what can change.
The Chargers are 7-2 in their last nine games, and FPI says they project as the NFL's fifth-best team going forward. But the team could end up as one of the best in recent memory to miss the postseason.
Matthew Berry reaches into the Star Wars universe to give you the advice and encouragement you need to win in Week 15.
Seahawks Pro Bowl linebackers K.J. Wright and Bobby Wagner, who were injured in the second half of last week's loss at Jacksonville, could miss Sunday's NFC West showdown against the Rams.
Panthers owner and founder Jerry Richardson is the subject of a workplace misconduct investigation, the team announced Friday.
The Steelers are listing CB Joe Haden (fibula) and WR JuJu Smith-Schuster (hamstring) as questionable for Sunday's showdown against the Patriots in Pittsburgh.
Seahawks coach Pete Carroll, Saints coach Sean Payton and two Jaguars assistants have been fined $10,000 apiece for improperly entering the field during their Week 14 games, according to a league source. Michael Bennett was not fined for his role.
After a close loss in his first game against the Lions, the Bears' rookie QB says he'll be better prepared for Saturday's second meeting.
Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski says he learned from his mistake that led to a one-game suspension, but he brushed off questions about reaching out to Tre'Davious White and cut his news conference short.
TE Kyle Rudolph, the Vikings' top red zone scoring threat, is likely out for Sunday's game against the Bengals. Left tackle Riley Reiff is also doubtful, so Rashod Hill is likely to start in his slot.
Broncos quarterback Trevor Siemian will miss the remainder of the season after injuring his shoulder in Thursday's win over the Colts.
Rob Nelson identifies betting nuggets to know for this week's NFL action.
Jets defensive end Muhammad Wilkerson, who has a history of violating team rules, won't make the trip to New Orleans for Sunday's game in what Todd Bowles called a "coach's decision."
The star QB's torn ACL did more than just lay waste to the Eagles' plans. It also ripped the scab off an old wound the size of the Delaware Valley.
Prescott says the threat of serious injury is "part of the game," but the Cowboys want him weighing the risks vs. rewards when he's a runner.
Sunday presents another matchup with the impressive Jacksonville duo of A.J. Bouye and Jalen Ramsey, and Hopkins embraces it.
While rehabbing his broken ankle, the Giants WR is doing his best to stay involved with the team -- even giving advice from the sideline.
The Eagles acquired the running back in October, but his workload needs to increase with Carson Wentz out.
In "full-on Jedi" mode, the 49ers defensive lineman will be at a movie theater Friday night for the long-awaited "Star Wars: The Last Jedi."
Before facing perhaps the best quarterback in the galaxy, Star Wars superfan Ryan Kalil and some of his Carolina teammates will enjoy a movie night.
Playoff berths are at stake for several teams, with Chargers-Chiefs on Saturday and Patriots-Steelers on Sunday among the top matchups.
Kareem Hunt emerged as the early favorite for the offensive award, but a midseason slump cracked the field wide open. NFL Nation reporters make cases for the top five candidates on both sides of the ball.
Ben Roethlisberger won't say it, but Sunday's game against the Patriots is about more than playoff seedings; it's a chance to cement his NFL legacy.
What follows are the 10 posts that got the most retweets during public Pro Bowl voting, based on ESPN research.
Robert Griffin III has his own take of how things ended with the Redskins, says he still loves the game and wants another chance to play in the NFL.
The Packers QB will play Sunday for the first time since he broke his right collarbone on Oct. 15, and Green Bay has no room for error.
Roethlisberger has the weapons to stack up favorably against the GOAT on Sunday, but history is against him.
The Bears traded up for Mitchell Trubisky, and now they need to build around him. Plus: Can the Steelers upset the Patriots? Our experts weigh in.
Three teams traded up to select their quarterbacks of the future in 2017. Now three others are armed with lots of capital, but not all will take a QB.
Rodgers, who is set to return from a broken collarbone this week, was in a similar spot four years ago. He was a bit rusty, but still clutch.
The New England Patriots are still the favorites to win Super Bowl LII. Here are the odds from the Westgate Las Vegas Super Book for each of the 32 NFL teams.