Mayor Rahm Emanuel was enjoying his role playing host to the 2015 NFL Draft on Wednesday, hoping to convince NFL officials to bring the draft back to Chicago for years to come.
So much for all those worries we had weeks ago about the NFL.
Seeing the NFL Draft sounds like a lot of work, and it’s unclear what the prize even is.
It’s just another look-the-other-way example in the NFL.
A senator and representative want clarification on if draft picks can be taken away.
Goodell ranks among the highest-paid CEO’s in America.
The NFL Draft sounds like a mini-Olympics, what with all the league’s demands.
Marshall and Goodell have a previous rapport.
In a way, New England is both guilty and innocent.
The NFL Players Association is asking the court to dismiss an arbitration ruling that upheld the NFL’s suspension of Peterson.
A special counsel for investigations and conduct will oversee initial discipline.
“I can’t say he’s telling the truth,” Janay says of Goodell.
Really good guys make bad commissioners. You need to find the right edge, which Silver has.
The league won’t consider Peterson for reinstatement before April 15.
It can’t get worse for Chicago, so what’s the worst that can happen with Brandon Marshall speaking up?
It’s your reminder that the NFL’s breast cancer awareness campaign is a lie.
“Their accusations didn’t jibe with what we know is fact,” Steve Bisciotti says of an ESPN report.
Roger Goodell breaks his silence and says the NFL will implement a new conduct policy.
“It’s not the NFL’s job to raise men,” Brandon Marshall says.
Brandon Marshall expressed his frustrations Thursday at Halas Hall.