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A Scout's Take on the State of the Green Bay Packers

The 28-22 overtime loss that the Green Bay Packers suffered against the Seattle Seahawks in the NFC Championship Game at CenturyLink Field will probably go down as the most devastating loss in the storied history of the franchise. Why? The Packers totally dominated the game for 56 minutes. Show More Summary

Was Richard Sherman right, does Roger Goodell have conflict of interest?

PHOENIX – Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman, in his unique way, put the deflate-gate situation in a different context. Does NFL commissioner Roger Goodell have a conflict of interest? Sherman's comment was the result of a photo...Show More Summary

Insider Buzz: Josh Gordon 'Doesn't Love Football' Enough to Salvage NFL Career

After missing 10 games in 2014 due to a violation of the NFL's substance-abuse policy, Cleveland Browns wide receiver Josh Gordon has failed another drug test, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter. With Gordon's long list of suspensions...Show More Summary

NBA 2K honors Hassan Whiteside's rating request after monster triple-dozen

If you don't know, now you know: D-Leaguer turned Miami Heat center Hassan Whiteside is a beast. Of course, you would've already been hip to that fact had you read a piece earlier this month on Mr. Whiteside opening up the NBA's eager...Show More Summary

Richard Sherman on Ballghazi: Patriots Won’t Be Punished So Long As Kraft and Goodell are BFFs

Richard Sherman said Roger Goodell is biased in favor of Robert Kraft then GQ drops a longread with an NFL exec saying Kraft is basically the assistant commissioner.

Insider Buzz: Marshawn Lynch Could Face $250K Fine for Super Bowl Week Antics

Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch has had his issues when it comes to speaking to the media throughout his career. Will Lynch meet with reporters during media activities this week? Will his antics cost him? Watch as Stephen Nelson and Bleacher Report NFL Insider Jason Cole discuss Lynch's antics in the video above. Read more NFL news on

Colts Mascot Takes Deflategate Frustration out on Patriots Mascot

Deflategate justice has been served, and in a very fitting way. The New England Patriots' Deflategate "scandal" has been the talk of the league since they beat the Indianapolis Colts 45-7 in the AFC Championship Game last Sunday. Well, Blue the Colts mascot has no tolerance for alleged cheaters. Show More Summary

For the Jets, it's Super Bowl EX: Bill Belichick vs. Pete Carroll

On Jan. 3, 2000, Victor Green walked into Bill Belichick's office and gave him a crystal paper weight, purchased from Tiffany -- a congratulatory gift on the day of his promotion. Belichick was succeeding Bill Parcells, who was planning to announce his retirement that day. Show More Summary

Super Bowl Commercials 2015: Most Anticipated Fan-Favorite Ads and Predictions

I'm unsure if you're aware, but there is a big sporting event in Glendale, Arizona on Sunday. It's a football game. The Seattle Seahawks and the New England Patriots of the National Football League will participate. There will be a lot of people there. Show More Summary

New York Jets: Who Stays and Who Goes in 2015 Free Agency?

Some of the hardest decisions will be made during free agency. Players are free to test their market value and either re-sign with their clubs or move on to greener pastures—in some cases literally. The New York Jets roster has several...Show More Summary

J.J. Watt Proves He Takes No Games off by Dominating 2015 Pro Bowl

Houston Texans star J.J. Watt had such a phenomenal year that he worked his way into the conversation for the NFL Most Valuable Player Award this season. When it came time to play in the 2015 Pro Bowl on Sunday, it was just another day at the office for him. Some players may take the Pro Bowl lightly. Show More Summary

Tom Brady expects to talk to NFL about deflate-gate after Super Bowl

For those expecting swift and harsh justice for the New England Patriots over the deflate-gate issue, with huge suspensions for the Super Bowl, you're likely out of luck. Patriots quarterback Tom Brady reiterated during a remote ProShow More Summary

NFL Disapproves of Marshawn Lynch Grabbing Crotch, Sells Photos of Crotch Grab

The National Football League doesn't approve of Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch grabbing his crotch during games, but the league has no problem trying to make money off the crotch grab. Lynch has grabbed his crotch while scoring a touchdown on multiple occasions in the past. Show More Summary

Richard Sherman Rips Roger Goodell, Patriots Owner Robert Kraft over Deflategate

Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman has always been one to say what he thinks. Shortly after the Seahawks landed in Arizona on Sunday for Super Bowl XLIX, Sherman held his first media session of the week. Of course, Sherman was asked about the New England Patriots' involvement in Deflategate. Show More Summary

Watch J.J. Watt and Odell Beckham show off field-goal skills

GLENDALE, Ariz. – J.J. Watt would have fit in perfectly in the single-platoon era, when players stayed on the field and played both sides of the ball. The Houston Texans defensive end is a wrecking machine on defense. He can catch touchdowns from the tight end position, because his size and agility makes him an incredibly tough matchup. Show More Summary

Pro Bowl 2015: NFL's best will be on display in Arizona

Some of the best players in the world will play their last game of the season as the Pro Bowl is set to kickoff in Arizona. We can't have a Sunday without football, right? The Pro Bowl is set to kick off this weekend at the site of the...Show More Summary

Joe Haden Comments on Teammate Johnny Manziel's Future With Browns

The excitement Johnny Manziel created when the Cleveland Browns drafted him in 2014 was wrecked by poor play in his sparse time on the field and a reported lack of commitment to preparation. Browns Pro Bowl cornerback Joe Haden appears...Show More Summary

Is Offensive Tackle a Realistic Selection in the First Round for the Packers?

When looking at Ted Thompson's history as a general manager, a clear trend is presented with his first-round picks. Since taking the job in 2005, all but two of the Packers' top-32 selections have gone toward premier positions. Premier positions are usually attributed to both lines, pass-rusher and quarterback. Show More Summary

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