Uncle Sam dipped his beak in the NFL waters this week, making a statement about football’s most controversial franchise
The Hawks’ Indian head logo isn’t directly disrespectful, but it’s inherently uncomfortable.
The high/low attack can stretch the defense vertically and horizontally if executed correctly.
Redskins owner Daniel Snyder has repeatedly stated the nickname isn’t changing.
Bellamy has yet to record a reception in the NFL.
The NFL is considering a heavy tax on it, citing the fact that the gridiron is a workplace, and thus they can control the language and lexicon of its players. It’s probably the most delicate and toxic topic we’ll ever discuss in sports.
Chicago can make a good case to host a Super Bowl, and 2019 is the next chance for a cold-weather city.
Delusions of grandeur danced in the back of your mind like so many sugarplum fairies. Admit it.
Figuring out what was meaningful from a game like that requires an unusual approach.
When I first heard the cacophonous call for Daniel Snyder to change the name of his football team, I cringed. It felt like the sport we worshiped since childhood was under siege, crushed by the tide of groupthink.
Being a sports fan is illogical. But then there is the really illogical of sports illogical.
Lance Briggs is good for Jon Bostic.
The crusade to change the mascot of the Washington Redskins just received an endorsement from a high-profile TV personality.
Tim Baffoe addresses Bud Selig’s pending retirement in his weekly mailbag.
Respect is the only name of the game.
This isn’t difficult. A team’s name is rooted in the genocide of a people. That’s not an opinion.
Change looks to be coming. And I’m going to get on the right side of history now.
This week was the final week that starters were likely to appear in the preseason, offering fans one more indiscernible glimpse of what may lie ahead in the ensuing 17 weeks of NFL battle.
Here’s an update on which NFC teams took a step forward this week, and which ones overwhelmed the training staff with a rash of new injuries…
Teams squared off against one another for the first time this season, often at full speed, and occasionally featuring first team offensive sets.