Le’Veon Bell wants to be paid as a No. 1 running back and a No. 2 receiver, but the Steelers instead have used the RB franchise tag on him. If he sits out part of training camp in protest, all the better for the team as it reduces the wear and tear on his body
As we'll see when NBA free agency opens, the NFL's way of doing player business varies significantly (and is much less player-friendly) than the NBA's. From the reasons behind player trades to contract guarantees, let's dig into it.
The league has relaxed its celebration penalties, but we’ll still complain about a few killjoys come Sunday afternoons in the fall . . . plus that time a star player told me he wouldn’t show up to OTAs in Green Bay even if it meant losing a $5 million bonus
The league has reduced the extra period from 15 minutes to 10, but in the name of player safety (and strategy), why not just scrap the entire thing? Plus notes on Tom Brady’s undocumented concussion and why Colin Kaepernick still hasn’t signed on with a new team
Leonard Fournette and Christian McCaffrey were first-round selections, proving there is little upside to playing in non-playoff bowls. Just ask Jake Butt, who fell to the fifth round after being injured