Effects of Fe and Co addition on the magnetoresistance MR were investigated in sputtered Ni-Mn-Ga-M (M = Fe, Co) films. With increasing M content, magnetization σ enhanced for M = Fe, while it reduced for M = Co. At 300 K, absolute MR value at 1.5 T MR 1.5 was about 1%. The value of MR 1.5 was found to be decreased with increasing M = Fe content. In the case of M = Co, MR 1.5 increased with M content. MR 1.5 of the film containing Co 1.6 at.% showed a maximum value of 2.5% at 355 K in the vicinity of the Curie temperature TC. An origin of MR behavior in the present films was suggested to be explained by a s-d scattering model.