Lots going on in the NFL as the season winds to a close, and not all of it has to do with the playoffs. No matter how long you’ve been around the NFL, it’s always hard to understand a home crowd booing their own team.
So, getting rid of the lackluster Pro Bowl and pointlessly expanding the playoffs is the right answer to pleasing everyone?
There are a lot of players that believe the NFL is their rightful home, and they’ll make a great professional football player. Troubled and problematic former LSU defensive back Tyrann Mathieu believes the same, but do any NFL teams agree?
DeAngelo Hall’s incident with an NFL official has turned into a full-scale royal rumble that he doesn’t think is very fair.
Injury reports are there to help NFL teams prepare and keep players on the path to recovery. It should come as no surprise when big fines are handed down to teams that don’t follow the regulations and procedures for them.
Robert Griffin III is getting his first crack at the New York Giants this weekend, and Jason Pierre-Paul gave him an open invitation to come to his side of the field.
The New Orleans Saints were supposed to be used as an example after the Bountygate scandal, but it appears as if teams aren’t going to let that stop them from doing a little extra on the field after the whistle.
Robert Griffin III really knows how to make a great first impression, and it showed in his NFL debut on Sunday against the Saints. The league is looking to talk to him, but it has nothing to do with his performance and more to do with what the rookie did before the game.
Nick Sundberg is known as a big and tough guy for the Washington Redskins. That is quite expected from a lineman, but his teammates may not have known just how tough he was until he broke his arm on Sunday but never came out of the game.
Four quarterbacks were taken in the first round of the 2012 NFL Draft, and all of them started the first game of the new season. How exactly did they fare when stepping onto the big stage for the first time?