Hoyer isn’t a franchise QB, but he’s not bad enough to get you one. Fullbacks aren’t important; and why are teams signing former Pats to lucrative deals?
This week, we’re a little all over the reservation. The Warriors are making “interesting” stadium decisions, Bears get Glennon, and so much more.
The New England Patriots aren’t going away, with or without Tom Brady. And Ted Thompson just found Green Bay’s tight end… in Martellus Bennett.
Remember Justin Ernest? Donald Washington? No? Donovan McNabb bombed the Wonderlic but ended up okay… Is it time to do away with the NFL Combine forever?
Ted Thompson not spending isn’t surprising; what about retaining his own? Plus, the Browns had a pretty good day as we break down Day 1 of NFL Free Agency.
NFL free agency is upon us, and sometimes it brings out the crazy across front offices. So, who will be the busiest this time around? We’ve got 5 teams.
The Bears are looking for a quarterback, but why would Mike Glennon be the answer? And the Bills may release Tyrod Taylor. What?
Did you watch the Pro Bowl? The NHL, NBA or MLB All-Star games? Then why do we still bother? And, who’s all moving around this offseason?
Remember when Tom Brady had a bad weekend? Remember how Drew Brees was too small? An important reminder: The NFL Combine isn’t everything—not even close.
Adrian Peterson and Jamaal Charles were released Tuesday afternoon. In their 30s and having suffered multiple knee injuries, it’s okay to look elsewhere:
Monday afternoon, the Pittsburgh Steelers spent plenty to lock in their core—the biggest prize being a four-year extension for Antonio Brown. Now what?
It is amazing how life imitates art. How sports—particularly football—imitates political art. Without further ado, the current hits of Trump and Goodell.
We move on to Part III of our Steelers by the Numbers series. And from Mike Webster to Joe Greene, we come across plenty of greats along the way.
What if New England isn’t the best Super Bowl team of all time? Running through various ‘What If’ simulations, we went all the way back to crown the king.
Is the rise of politically active athletes new to the sports world? Hardly. There’s plenty of history behind it; we’re just entering a new age.
Roger Goodell blasted ESPN, ripped into fake news and was overall in rare form in an impromptu presser that may or may not have happened.
Let’s revisit a time when Herb Washington was signed as a designated runner, Doc Ellis pitched a no-hitter, and Chuck Hughes tragically passed on the field.