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Bill Maher Blasts NFL Ban on Weed: 'Maybe It's Because Pot Doesn't Make You Violent'

Beer, the official NFL sponsor, "is responsible for more violence against women than the Taliban.” Real Time host Bill Maher accused the National Football League on Thursday of hypocrisy for promoting efforts against domestic violence after years of doing the same for “official beer” maker Anheuser-Busch. Show More Summary

Depression, Suicidal Ideation Plagues NFL Players

It’s hard to imagine at the height of an outstanding National Football League Career, as one catches the winning pass in the end zone, that there may come a time that the same football player is wondering what the purpose of his life is, or even is contemplating suicide. Show More Summary

Bill Maher blasts NFL’s marijuana ban: Beer causes ‘more violence against women than the Taliban’

2 days agoNews : The Raw Story

Real Time host Bill Maher accused the National Football League on Thursday of hypocrisy for promoting efforts against domestic violence after years of doing the same for “official beer” maker Anheuser-Busch. “We appreciate your sudden awareness of domestic violence,” Maher...

Adrian Peterson Suspension Ruling Appealed by NFL: Latest Details, Comments

The National Football League filed a formal appeal in an Eighth Circuit court as part of its attempt to halt the immediate reinstatement of Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson on Thursday. Mike Garafolo of Fox Sports received a statement from the league: U.S. Show More Summary

How the NFL exploits young men

In about two months, representatives of the National Football League and media outlets will descend upon Chicago for the 2015 player draft. Much has already been made in this newspaper and elsewhere about the likely financial and nonmonetary costs and benefits of our being the host city.

Cleveland Browns Change Helmet to Different Shade of Orange, Remain Mediocre at Football

The Cleveland Browns of the National Football League revealed revamped logos today with a richer orange color and a brown face mask on the helmet. The team's goal? To "honor tradition and provide modern edge." Apparently that means a slightly brighter shade of orange and new lettering with a "cleaner, simpler, elegant" feel. Show More Summary

NFL Players Union Goes to War with Scott Walker over ‘Right to Work’ Bill

4 days agoNews : Mediaite

Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker's new "right-to-work" bill has, unsurprisingly, pissed off the state's unions, but one group has surprisingly thrown itself into the mix: the National Football League's players' union.

NFL Combine 2015: Time, TV schedule and live for Saturday

The quarterbacks, running backs and wide receivers will run the "Underwear Olympics" on Saturday. For over 300 draft prospects, their first taste of the National Football League arrives this weekend at Indianapolis. There, a bevy ofShow More Summary

Raising $1.7 billion for Carson stadium is no small task, experts say

At $1.7 billion, the stadium being proposed in Carson by the San Diego Chargers and Oakland Raiders would be the costliest ever built in the National Football League.

Ex-NFL star bought gas, gum shortly before alleged murder: witness

By Daniel Lovering FALL RIVER, Mass. (Reuters) - National Football League star Aaron Hernandez bought gasoline, gum and a cigar at a Massachusetts gas station shortly before prosecutors say he killed an associate, a clerk from the station testified on Friday. Show More Summary

UCLA Football: The Bruins' Top 5 2015 NFL Draft Prospects

Five former UCLA football players have a great shot at fulfilling their respective dreams in becoming members of the National Football League in 2015. A couple of the potential draftees are considered two of the most productive players —regardless of position —in UCLA history. Show More Summary

The One Free Agent Each NFL Team Must Re-Sign in 2015 Offseason

One thing we know about free agency and the NFL. There’s nothing free about it. We are less than three weeks away from the start of the 2015 fiscal year for the National Football League. Here we are taking the time to point out which...Show More Summary

Franchise Tag a Necessary Evil for Chiefs in Negotiations with Justin Houston

The National Football League has descended on Indianapolis for the 2015 NFL Scouting Combine, and while the event's main purpose is to check out this year's rookie class, there's plenty of wheeling and dealing going on behind the scenes. For the Kansas City Chiefs, that means sitting down with the reps for outside linebacker Justin Houston. Show More Summary

NFL Mock Draft 2015: 1st-Round Projections for Most Explosive Prospects

The first round of the NFL draft has a habit of shaping the future for the 32 organizations in the National Football League. Land a prized prospect, and you're well on your way to building a solid foundation. Miss, and you aren't likely...Show More Summary

Police say found bullets, gun near ex-NFL star's alleged victim

2 weeks agoNews : The Newsroom

By Daniel Lovering FALL RIVER, Mass. (Reuters) - Massachusetts State Police troopers found two bullets and a.22-caliber handgun near the body of a man prosecutors say former National Football League star Aaron Hernandez killed in June 2013, the officers testified on Friday. Show More Summary

Ranking the Top 25 NFL Postseason Games in the Last Decade

Every January, there are exactly 11 postseason games among the best of the best teams in the National Football League. Over the last decade, that's 110 winner-take-all, single-elimination, do-or-die games that have been played. While...Show More Summary

Adrian Peterson, Vikings Reunion Would Be Best for Everyone

It wasn't that long ago that Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson sat atop the National Football League. The league MVP. A 2,000-yard rusher. Then came the fall from grace. The child abuse allegations, charges and plea deal. Show More Summary

Every NFL Team's 2015 Offseason To-Do List

For each of the 32 teams in the National Football League, work is seemingly never done for any of them. From the Super Bowl XLIX champion New England Patriots all the way to disappointing Tampa Bay Buccaneers, possessors of the first...Show More Summary

Lessons for Democrats from the National Football League

With the Super Bowl over, President Barack Obama this week unveiled a federal budget proposing tax hikes on the wealthy and policies that would aid the less fortunate. Many Republicans immediately condemned the proposals as unfair and socialistic. Show More Summary

How Philadelphia Eagles Can Win 2015 NFL Free Agency

The Philadelphia Eagles may have won 10 games last season and set a franchise record for points scored (474), but they have a lot of work to do before they are a legitimate contender in the National Football League. The long-term quarterback plan is still unknown. Show More Summary

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