Of the elite quarterbacks having neared or reached the end of their contracts over the past year, all but one have re-upped with their team. The last remaining shoe to drop is that of Drew Brees, the signature leader of the New Orleans Saints.
Already dealing with the concussion issue as a subset of labor-management negotiations, the NFL needs a standard to deal with fakeology and how owners, players and coaches mess with game time, not 32 different policies with voluntary standards set by each team.
I have mixed feelings about the latest conference musical chairs, Syracuse and Pitt bolting the Big East for the ACC. Nothing lasts forever, but great memories are hard to erase.
The impact of Peyton Manning's injury on his contract, the Colts and the rest of the NFL are yet to be seen, but this is clearly one of the more dramatic developments in the NFL over recent years.
Michael Vick now becomes the first NFL player to sign two contracts potentially exceeding $100 million. The first one ended badly. Hopefully this deal -- and relationship with the team -- continues to be positive. It appears it has been thus far.
Rules are rules. But what other sport has one strike and you're out? The world's greatest sprinter Usain Bolt was disqualified after a false start. The first big victim of the new rule.
So, did struggling Yankees pitcher A.J. Burnett secretly shoot his manager the bird when he was taken out of the game? The picture evidence looks incriminating.
With a brand new NFL Collective Bargaining Agreement in place over the next ten years it will take some time for everyone to learn some of its most important features. Let's look at some of the nuances.
Jets coach Rex Ryan takes a backseat to nobody, when it comes to yapping. He's already said "we're the big brother" when it comes to football teams in New York. And now he's got more ammunition.
Peyton Manning may go down in history as one of the best quarterbacks of all time, but his team is struggling to meet his contract demands.
As the optimistic drumbeat continues towards eventual resolution of the long-running labor dispute between the NFL owners and players, we are starting to hear reports of what an eventual Collective Bargaining Agreement will look like.
Not that you had any doubt, but the Yankees are the most valuable franchise in baseball. According to Forbes, they are now worth $1.7 billion.
Before everyone returns to the "he said/she said" phase of the NFL labor dispute, it's worth focusing on what is actually in front of us as the reality of the NFL right now.
Nobody needed the Jets win over the Colts more than their coach. All hell would have broken loose if Rex Ryan had lost. Headlines would have blared "Foot In Mouth Disease."
The NFL playoffs kicked off this past weekend, and some perennial favorites have already headed home. Here's what they're saying in Philadelphia, New Orleans, Indianapolis, and Kansas City.
Athletes make money for their businesses, but public school teachers are struggling with a system currently under attack from corporatists trying to outsource education to the private sector.