Without the Packers QB on the field every week, the NFL is a lesser product as a whole. But to the naysayers who predict the NFL's decline, I say good luck. Also, notes on the upcoming NFL owners meetings (and why Kaepernick should be invited), an opportunity for change in NFL policy and precident, a potential solution for players' social messages and more.
Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones is reportedly holding up Roger Goodell’s contract extension talks, but the NFL commissioner doesn’t have to worry about his grip on power. Business is booming, and he’s doing everything the owners need him to do
Tom Brady, now 40, has earned $196 million over 17 NFL seasons. If Matthew Stafford plays out his contract, he will have earned $262.5 million in the NFL by age 35—with another potential major extension ahead. The Lions’ quarterback is a rare winner in the business of football.
Roger Goodell's tenure as NFL commissioner has been marked by his prioritization of player conduct—and his response to Cowboys RB Ezekiel Elliott's accusation of domestic violence was no different, for the most part...
A recent study found the degenerative brain disease CTE in 110 of 111 former NFL players who were posthumously examined by researchers at Boston University. Meanwhile, there’s never been a better time to own an NFL team. Franchise values are skyrocketing, relocation fees are padding the owners’ bank accounts, and the latest Packers financial report—the only team showing its books—showed an eye-popping league-wide distribution of $244 million per team. That is $77 million more than the team salary cap before accounting for any local revenue
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