Customize ESPN

A one-night wonder falls off the map: What happened to Jonas Gray?

Five years ago, an unknown Patriots running back named Jonas Gray put up a monster performance against the Colts. A few days later, an uncharged phone changed the course of his career.

Jim Davis/The Boston Globe via Getty Images

Remember Peyton Hillis? One-hit wonders for all 32 NFL teams

Peyton Hillis, Jonas Gray, David Tyree, Timmy Smith. Do you remember their legendary one-off performances?

Top Headlines

MVP Watch

NFL MVP stock watch: A three-way QB race, starting with Wilson

Russell Wilson holds the MVP race lead, but it's closer than you think. Who else is in the running to win the award after 10 weeks?

Lachlan Cunningham/Getty Images

The NFL's non-QB MVPs: Why Watt leads the way -- and why McCaffrey is missing

Christian McCaffrey didn't make the list.

Colin Kaepernick

Here's why Colin Kaepernick is working out for NFL teams, and what happens next

The 32-year-old quarterback will work out for NFL teams on Saturday. He hasn't played since Week 17 of the 2016 season. Could he get signed?

Michael Zagaris/San Francisco 49ers/Getty Images

Eric Reid skeptical about the NFL's workout for Kaepernick


NFL Nation

Chiefs' Tyreek Hill has much more in his game than just speed

Hill might be the fastest player in the NFL, but he also has "center fielder" skills when it comes to tracking the ball along with an impressive vertical jump.

Jamie Squire/Getty Images

NFL in Mexico


Chargers CB Davis holds Mexican roots dear

Third-year Chargers corner Michael Davis can think of no better scenario to make an impression than in his mother's homeland of Mexico, a country that has welcomed him with open arms.

John McCoy/Getty Images

Mexico City game rekindles Chargers' bond with fans in Tijuana

The Monday night game in Mexico City has refreshed feelings for fans in the border city of Tijuana who have maintained loyalty to the Chargers.

MNF fallout

Did Geno Smith call heads or tails?


Yanny or Laurel? Geno Smith's OT coin toss call under social media scrutiny

Social media wasn't quite sure that Geno Smith's coin-toss declaration was heard correctly, and Smith played along.

Customize ESPN