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Deep Dive
Browns Preview: It All Rides on the Defense
Browns Preview: It All Rides on the Defense
With uncertainty at quarterback—hello, Johnny!—and next to nothing at wide receiver, Cleveland's 2014 hopes rest entirely on its defense. Can new coach Mike Pettine get his guys up to speed quickly?
By Andy Benoit
Open Field
The Ray Rice Fallout
The Ray Rice Fallout
Ray Rice was suspended two games for his domestic-violence arrest and immediately the reaction was the Ravens running back got off light. Is this the 'wake-up call' some say he needed? Baltimore and the NFL are about to find out
By Peter King
Open Field
Only Love Drives Out Hate
Only Love Can Drive Out Hate
I am a gay former NFL player who was deeply hurt by David Tyree’s past comments about homosexuality. Here’s why I am building a friendship with the Giants’ new director of player development, whose views are evolving
Training Camp 2014
Ray Rice Ruling Leaves Chapped Feelings in Baltimore
Ray Rice Ruling Leaves Chapped Feelings in Baltimore
The MMQB's Peter King reports from Baltimore Ravens’ camp after the NFL suspends Ray Rice for first two games of 2014
Training Camp 2014
Five Things I Think I Think: New York Giants
Five Things I Think I Think: New York Giants
By Peter King
Training Camp 2014
Giants Report: The Short Story of Eli’s New Offense
Giants Report: The Short Story of Eli’s New Offense
With a new offense for the first time in a decade and a rebuilt offensive line, is Eli Manning ready to take Big Blue back to the playoffs?
By Peter King
Business of Football
In the Clear… For Now
In the Clear… For Now
Browns owner Jimmy Haslam will escape punishment for his company's misdeeds, but the government and the NFL are watching. Plus, Brandt's Rants on the Michael Sam "distraction" and the Jamaal Charles extension
By Andrew Brandt
Deep Dive
Jaguars Preview: An Offensive Overhaul and a Sliver of Optimism
Jaguars Preview: An Offensive Overhaul and a Sliver of Optimism
If Chad Henne falters, throw rookie quarterback Blake Bortles into the mix early and often. It’s the only way to learn on a team that will face sharp growing pains
By Andy Benoit
Inner Game
The Secret to Being a Good O-Line Coach is C.O.O.L.
The Secret to Being a Good O-Line Coach is C.O.O.L.
Offensive line is the least glamorous position in the NFL, and coaching it is not a star turn either. But amid the anonymity is a group bond that extends beyond team borders. Welcome to the annual Coaches of Offensive Linemen clinic
By Greg A. Bedard