CBS Sports' Phil Simms Looks At TNF, Other Big AFC Week 2 Match-UpsPhil Simms, CBS Sports analyst and ex-NFL quarterback, breaks down Week 2 games, starting with Jets-Bills on Thursday Night Football.
Manning, Newton Interviews To Be Featured On THE SUPER BOWL TODAYCBS Sports' THE SUPER BOWL TODAY pre-game show will include in-depth interviews with Peyton Manning and Cam Newton.
CBS Sports' Dan Fouts: Brady May Be Having His "Best Season Ever"CBS is covering both AFC playoff games this weekend and the Divisional Round has two great match-ups that are rather hard to call.
NFL Legends To Guest Star On CBS Primetime DramasFootball isn’t just taking over CBS on Thursday nights; it’s also taking over some of CBS’ hottest primetime shows this fall too.
Phil Simms Considers Not Using 'Redskins' On TV"My very first thought is it will be 'Washington' the whole game," Simms says.
CBS Won't Dictate Use Of Redskins Name On The AirMany consider the name to be racially offensive, and Washington has come under heat.
CBS Reveals NFL Announcer Pairings For 2014 SeasonThe big news is that Ian Eagle and Dan Fouts are now the No. 2 tandem.
CBS Makes Thursday Night Football Its 'No. 1 Priority'Leading announcing crew Jim Nantz and Phil Simms will work Thursdays, get some Sundays off.
Simms: 'Trestman Has Put $70-80 Million In Cutler's Pocket'Following the 2013 season, Bears general manager Phil Emery will have to make the most important decision in his tenure with the team.
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Hoge: Seriously, The Cutler Story Is Over, PeopleThere was the Bears quarterback Thursday, standing at the podium, being peppered by questions about what his critics are saying about him.
Cutler Or Stafford? Simms Prefers Cutler Because 'He's An Angry Guy'As the Bears prepare to take on the Detroit Lions on Monday Night Football, many are comparing the merits of the two polarizing quarterbacks.