PITTSBURGH -- Paul Posluszny is in his 11th NFL season, but this is his first time in the playoffs.
The Jacksonville linebacker made his postseason debut last week in the Jaguars' 10-3 victory over the Buffalo Bills in the Wild Card round. Then Posluszny, who grew up near Pittsburgh and attended Hopewell High School, got to come home.
Zach Line is a rugged fullback, but that doesn’t mean he isn’t sentimental.
Line played for the Vikings from 2013-16, but Minnesota elected not to bring him back and he eventually signed with New Orleans. He’s looking forward to returning Sunday with the Saints to U.S. Bank Stadium for a divisional playoff game.
Every year since 1970, each NFL team has nominated a player for the Walter Payton Man of the Year award, with the league-wide honor to be selected from that group.
The Detroit Lions nominated defensive tackle Haloti Ngata for 2017—and while it’ll be hard to win the national award when Houston Texans defensive end J.J. Watt raised over $37 million for hurricane ...
JACKSONVILLE – Winning is cool, and what’s next would be cooler.
That’s how middle linebacker Paul Posluszny looked at a big moment last Sunday, and it’s how he and the Jaguars are looking at a season that has been memorable thus far – with potential to get even more so.