Montville Upends Chatham Football, 17-7, to Keep Team Winless


Cougars varsity football drops to 0-3 to start 2020 season.

Chatham Football Suffers Season-Opening Loss, 33-13, to Morris Hills


Boyd, a third-string running back, complied 61 yards on 11 carries with a score, while Senior Sean McArthur recovered an onside kick and also pounced on a fumble.

New York Jets Ink Monmouth Running Back Pete Guerriero to FA Deal


Guerriero--who grew up in Lyndhurst, which is five minutes from Metlife, and starred at Lyndhurst High School--led the Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) in rushing for the Hawks, bolting for 1,995 rushing yards with 18 touchdowns on 298 carries, and a Monmouth- record 2,331 all-purpose yards in 2019.

No-Helmets, No-Pads, Full-Contact A7FL Gridiron Association Joins 19NoMore Challenge


A7FL also revealed that NJ Renegades slot receiver Tony Park and NJ Hawks lineman Jim McKnight have agreed to be the first league players to change their numbers under the 19NoMore Challenge, while eight additional A7FL players are being grandfathered as the last to wear No. 19 on the gridiron for their respective teams.

Bronson Rechsteiner, Son of Pro Wrestler Rick Steiner, Inks Undrafted Free Agent Football Contact with Ravens


Rechsteiner was a solid rusher at Kennesaw State University in Georgia. The 6-foot-0, 230-pound fullback ran for a team-leading 909 yards, good for an 8.1 yards per attempt.

Ex-Lafayette HS, Wagner College Football Star Chris Williams Signs Undrafted Free Agent Deal with Colts


Chris Williams wreaked havoc on opposing offensive lines in 2019, recording 62 tackles, including 11.5 for losses while collecting four sacks as well.

South Shore Vikings’ Nathaniel Hall Headed to SUNY Morrisville Football


The six-foot, 165-pound Hall made 18 tackles for the Vikings' defense despite playing in only six games, good for an average of three stops per game.

WalletHub Reports: 2020’s Best, Worst Cities for Football Fans; Super Bowl LIV By the Numbers


WalletHub compared more than 240 U.S. cities with at least one college or professional football team based on 21 key metrics to determine the best places where the sport thrives.