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Jim Harbaugh is a pig in slop
The MMQB's Albert Breer visited the University of Michigan to catch up with head coach Jim Harbaugh and check in on the Wolverines' elite QB camp.

Inside The NFL Notebook

Campus Life with Jim Harbaugh

The outspoken Michigan coach is loving life in college, and still seeing plenty of love for football at the high school and youth levels. Plus, notes on the Kirk Cousins negotiations, new-found depth in Detroit, a new left tackle in Seattle and the assistant coach revolving door in Cincinnati

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The All-Minicamp Hype Team

Muhammad Wilkerson’s contract dilemma, Eugene Monroe’s gripe with the Ravens, and who impressed most in spring workouts—that and other hot topics heading into a June weekend in the NFL
 

Punting on Politics

Donald Trump has publicly courted Tom Brady and Ben Roethlisberger for endorsements to validate his tough-guy persona, but athletes are being advised to steer clear of the political arena with these two candidates

Rich Eisen Talks O.J.

O.J. Simpson's story is making a pop culture comeback. NFL analyst Rich Eisen had two recent guests to his show who offered insight into the impact of the trial. Eisen discusses those conversations and why O.J.'s story still resonates strongly today

The Bears’ Restocked D

From Butkus to Buddy Ryan to Brian Urlacher, the Bears’ greatest years have been driven by defense. After a string of disappointing seasons a new regime has brought in 10 new defensive starters in less than 18 months, a rapid rebuild designed to put Chicago back in the postseason

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The MMQB Editors’ Picks

Andrew Hawkins’ Ivy League Crash Course

Having followed a tortuous road to the NFL, the Browns wideout knows better than most to prepare for life after football—which is why he’s cramming for a sports management degree at Columbia this offseason

Here’s the Catch...

The NFL's convoluted catch rule will be a hot topic at the upcoming league meetings. What, exactly, is a catch these days? Even the men on the receiving end have trouble defining it

Behind Closed Doors at the NFL Combine

Teams are allowed to schedule formal interviews with 60 prospects, each lasting just 15 minutes. The MMQB sat in the room as the Dolphins grilled a quarterback and tried to determine the makeup of the man

Inside The NFL Notebook

Campus Life with Jim Harbaugh

The outspoken Michigan coach is loving life in college, and still seeing plenty of love for football at the high school and youth levels. Plus, notes on the Kirk Cousins negotiations, new-found depth in Detroit, a new left tackle in Seattle and the assistant coach revolving door in Cincinnati

Business of Football

Deal and No Deal

In Philadelphia, the league’s highest-spending team goes all-in on Fletcher Cox. In Denver, Von Miller 's stalemate with the Broncos goes nowhere ... for now

Opinion

How Far Have We Really Come From O.J.?

In a culture awash in social media, we like to think a superstar can no longer shield his true persona from the public the way Simpson did. But are we actually any closer to the athletes we admire and celebrate?

Deep Dive

Big Shoes to Fill

With training camps a month away, a number of teams are staring down roster problems that opened up this offseason. The 12 most problematic roster holes that opened this offseason, and how each team plans to address them

The MMQB Mailbag

Punting on Politics

Donald Trump has publicly courted Tom Brady and Ben Roethlisberger for endorsements to validate his tough-guy persona, but athletes are being advised to steer clear of the political arena with these two candidates

Open Field

Marquise Goodwin Is Making the Jump

The Bills wide receiver and two-sport athlete is readying for the Rio Games. Like many Olympians, he has sacrificed countless hours for a chance at a gold medal. But unlike other Olympians, he might be sacrificing something else: an NFL career