Many stores have a ‘no return policy’ and pretty soon the NFL could have one of its own – If Roger Goodell’s radical new proposals become reality.
On the surface, this was a judgment to appease all parties.
What we have learned from week 14...
The Dallas Cowboys held a moment of silence ahead of kick-off Sunday for linebacker Jerry Brown, as "devastated" team-mate Josh Brent remained in custody on charges relating to his colleague's death.
New York Jets coach Rex Ryan has publicly backed under fire quarterback Mark Sanchez by announcing he will start on Sunday against the Jacksonville Jaguars.
There are question marks about the futures of quarterbacks in Philadelphia, Oakland, New York, Kansas City, Jacksonville, and even Dallas and Buffalo after disappointing 2012 seasons. Richard Moore assesses the future options of each player and franchise concerned.
In Robert Griffin III and Alfred Morris, the Washington Redskins boast the best 1-2 punch in the NFL. The duo set rookie records helping the Redskins beat the New York Giants 17-16 on Monday night.
As first reported by NFL Network's Albert Breer yesterday, a Kansas City player has committed suicide – That player has now been identified as Linebacker Jovan Belcher.
Can Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler escape the Seattle Seahawks fifth-ranked defense this Sunday? More specifically can he escape Seattle's "Leo" and their "Elephant?"
After the Seattle Seahawks demolished the Denver Broncos and the highest-scoring offense in NFL history in Super Bowl XLVIII, defensive coordinators are preparing to copy the simple schemes that made them so stingy.
Chelsea and the Seattle Seahawks couldn't possibly have anything in common, could they?
Peyton Manning seems destined to be remembered as an outrageously talented quarterback who couldn't win enough when it counted.