Forever high on hubris, the sport is pondering extra games, playoff teams, and new franchises, perhaps in London or Los Angeles. And it feels like all are in the name of profit, not principle.
Around The Super Bowl: Donald Driver To Retire, Joe Flacco Needs Cash, Ed Reed Concerned About NFL Policies
By Danny Cox Lots of news is all over the place as Super Bowl XLVII draws ever closer, but not everything is about the Baltimore Ravens or San Francisco 49ers. While two big stories today […]
Commissioner Roger Goodell and the NFL have tried to come up with numerous ways to make the game of professional football safer for the players. Now, the NFL is seriously considering doing away with kickoffs entirely.
The saga that is the 2012 NFL season is never ending for Sean Payton and the New Orleans Saints.
Many football fans just want more of the sport they love, but they don’t want to see a bunch of prima-donnas on a field and acting like they don’t care. Well, Roger Goodell says that if the Pro Bowl doesn’t stop being just that, then there will be no more Pro Bowl.
How do two players involved in an alleged bounty system have their suspensions reduced, but two others don’t? That’s exactly what all the fans of the New Orleans Saints would like to know.
The NFL is seeing a lot of players showing forth some dirty tactics this season, and it’s happening after one of the biggest “dirty play” examples in the history of the NFL. What is causing all of it?
The NFL and the referees’ union have reached a tentative contract agreement, ending an impasse that began in June when the league locked out the officials and used replacements instead.
The suspensions for the four players allegedly involved in the Bountygate scandal with the New Orleans Saints have been overturned. With this ruling by the arbitration panel, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell’s power has taken a step down.
The suspensions of four players in the NFL’s bounty investigation have been lifted by a three-member appeals panel. The league reinstated those players a few minutes after Friday’s ruling.