The past week has not been a stellar one for the NFL, with arrest warrants and substance abuse violations dominating the off season news. Here’s a look at the latest developments around the NFC.
The Pro Bowl will return to Honolulu next January and again will be played the week before the Super Bowl.
At least one key NFL executive thinks play improved at the Pro Bowl this year: Commissioner Roger Goodell.
After a week in Hawaii and a blowout game, the NFL all-stars are defending the Pro Bowl as a worthy reward for top players who do not make the Super Bowl.
Tony Gonzalez remembers talking to Michael Strahan after the former New York Giants defensive lineman won a Super Bowl title in his final game.
Ryan Leaf has taken a road that had him at the top of his game to not even having his freedom.
Michael Turner’s trademark high-pitched laugh filled the Falcons’ locker room. Asked about San Francisco quarterback Colin Kaepernick, Turner said “I’m glad I’m not on defense.”
Coaches are allowed to change their minds, right?
It’s too early for the Atlanta Falcons to know how much defensive end John Abraham will play in Sunday’s NFC title game.
Kenny Britt is going to speak to the cops, the Chargers are officially through the Norv Turner era, and the Pro Bowl still isn’t seen as a priority by everyone.
The Denver Broncos may have been upset in the playoffs by the Baltimore Ravens, but the horses are already a team to fear next season. You may ask why, but the answer is simple. Peyton Manning will once again be under center, and that is never good news for any opposing team.
Running back Frank Gore arrived for work Monday ready to push through another tough week of game preparation and do everything he can to keep his team playing right into February.