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Another Super Bowl lies before us like an ample British dinner. Dark. Greasy. Grandiloquent. We could easily mock this insanely popular feast. But, like you and Tom Brady, I always see the football as half-full, not half-empty.
New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. has set a world record for one-handed catches in a minute.
Every year, the NFL draft has represented at least a small chip on the shoulder of Lance Briggs, who has never forgotten falling to the third round in 2003 before the Bears drafted him 68th overall.
The Detroit Lions, feeling burned by a non-interference call in a playoff loss to Dallas, already have proposed expanding the use of instant replay for coaches' challenges.
The murder trial of former New England Patriot tight end Aaron Hernandez opened Thursday with prosecutors telling jurors that Hernandez orchestrated the slaying of a man who used to supply him marijuana.
We enjoyed an unblemished championship-game round, accurately predicting the Seahawks and Patriots both would win outright, and also going perfect against the spread by picking the Packers with the points and New England to cover. (Somewhere, Packers and Colts fans were commiserating after Green Bay managed one of the biggest gag-jobs in sports history and Indy meekly laid down, 45-7). Now it's time to ride the momentum of our champ-game results as if it were a horse and I knew how to ride.
Tom Gamble is returning to the San Francisco 49ers as a senior personnel executive.
NFL officiating chief Dean Blandino says the inspection of the footballs by referee Walt Anderson before the AFC championship game was handled properly.
In an open letter posted on a Cauldron website, Browns wide receiver Josh Gordon addresses the latest controversy he is involved in and the critical opinions of a few television personalities who have weighed in on the situation.
Tom Gamble has returned to the San Francisco 49ers as a senior personnel executive.