Our guest columnist is in Arizona to watch the first team hit the field and reports on the camp battle for the Cardinals cornerback position opposite Patrick Peterson. Plus more notes on moving a team to Los Angeles from a man who should know, an opinion on the Michael Vick hair flap and the keys for the 15 best teams heading into the season
Washington's first-round pick in the 1967 NFL draft had loads of potential, but showing up late to a player meeting cost him his job at the beginning of his third season in the league. A flurry of factors—a long-time Achilles' tendon injury and the fact that he was gay—prevented him from ever playing in the NFL again.
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His brother’s harrowing ordeal on 9/11 was the transformative moment that persuaded Robert Saleh, an Arab-American former D-II tight end, to chase his NFL coaching dream, a path he pursued from the lowest levels to the defensive coordinator job in San Francisco