I recently sat down with the Vikings' Adrian Peterson at his Minnesota home. The interview is for a new episode of In Depth. The star running back discusses his difficult childhood, touching specifically on the tragic deaths of two of his brothers and the imprisonment of his father.
The Green Bay Packers and the Detroit Lions are working on a running game, the Chicago Bears suddenly have a legitimate offense and the Minnesota Vikings are just hoping to improve.
On Tuesday morning the Packers did something unconventional and wholly unique to Green Bay: they held a public offering -- the fifth in their history -- selling shares of stock in the team. A Cheesehead version of Cyber Monday.
The career of one of the NFL's most celebrated quarterbacks in the past decade may have come to a quiet close last week. The Minnesota Vikings -- Donovan McNabb's third team in the last 19 months -- granted McNabb his freedom, placing him on waivers Thursday.
If Randy Moss actually follows through with his retirement, he'll end his career on a far different note from that which the rest of his career played out.
The situation in Dallas, Texas is drastic. Millions of men are outside of their houses playing with their children, feigning a sort of happiness that can't possibly be genuine. It is November 13th, 2011, and there is no football.
The NFL would like you to believe there will be a 2011 season. Not only that, they need you to believe there will be a 2011 season. They don't want you to stop spending your hard-earned money on NFL merchandise.
Pennsylvania Gov. Ed Rendell slammed the NFL for its decision to move the Eagles-Vikings game from Sunday night to Tuesday night because of expected blizzard-like conditions.
Ultimately, the bigger story here is how the public, fans and media have turned on Favre after his untouchable status in Green Bay all those years.
Home stretch! Literally. The Eagles play their last two games at the Linc, hosting the Vikings this week and the Cowboys next. So now we're on to wil...
I have long believed it would take an "Act of God" for Zygi Wilf to get a new, publicly-financed stadium. In a scene that looked like an outtake from Kirk Cameron's latest bible film, the Metrodome's roof collapsed under 17 inches of snow.
Was it that Cliff Lee just didn't like New York? Was his wife's rude treatment at Yankee Stadium a contributing factor? We may never know. What we do know is money can't buy everything.
If Cliff Lee stays with Texas, it would mean the Yankees just can't wave their checkbooks and have players come crawling.
Athletes for years have thanked "the man upstairs" after a great catch. But if God is responsible when you win, why doesn't anyone ever blame God when they lose? Meet Stevie Johnson.
Once Vikings coach Brad Childress made the unilateral decision to release Randy Moss without consulting anyone in the front office, he was a dead man walking, with ownership looking for the right time to push him off the plank.
Chicagoans have a tendency to blow wins way out of proportion and suffer losses with Dionysian angst, punctuated by man tears and guttural noises usually reserved for childbirth.