Monday Morning Quarterback
Memorial Day and Football
Memorial Day and Football
The NFL and veterans have been intertwined since World War II. Here's our own moment of remembrance, plus notes on Tom Brady's next steps, another lawsuit pitting ex-players against the league and much more from our guest columnist
By Greg A. Bedard
Behind the Face Mask
A Top 10 Moment for Peyton Manning
A Top 10 Moment for Peyton Manning
After his appearance on the “Late Show” finale, the Broncos quarterback pens a tribute to David Letterman
Open Field
Giving Kickers the Boot
Giving Kickers the Boot
Moving the PAT back 13 yards is a band-aid. It’s time for some rules changes that will lead to fewer kicks and more football
By Andy Benoit
The MMQB Mailbag
Michael Sam in Montreal: It’s All About Football
Michael Sam in Montreal: It’s All About Football
In opting to sign with the CFL's Alouettes, Michael Sam said his focus is on football and not breaking barriers as an openly gay player. Will it lead him back to the NFL? Plus, answering your questions on Deflategate and workout injuries
By Greg A. Bedard
NFL Draft
Devalue This
Devalue This
Conventional wisdom is that you can find your feature running back late in the draft, or even sign one off the street. So how could the Rams take a running back five months removed from ACL surgery with the 10th overall pick? Because Todd Gurley is a rare breed: a running back you can build an offense around
By Peter King
10 Things I Think I Think
I Think … The Bears Should Have Known Better
I Think … The Bears Should Have Known Better
Chicago didn't do its due diligence before signing Ray McDonald and is now paying the price. Plus, Cam Newton's head-scratching quote, perspective on Roger Goodell's job difficulty and why the NFL needs a developmental league
By Robert Klemko
Talking Football
Len Dawson on a K.C. Super Bowl: ‘It Needs to Happen Soon’
Len Dawson on a K.C. Super Bowl: ‘It Needs to Happen Soon’
The Chiefs’ Hall of Fame quarterback and MVP of Super Bowl IV wants the Lombardi Trophy back in Kansas City—in more ways than one
By Jenny Vrentas
Behind the Face Mask
Hall of Fame Advice for the Class of 2015
Hall of Fame Advice for the Class of 2015
Bobby Bell graduated from college last week, at 74, fulfilling a promise he made to his father when he first left home at 18. The MMQB asked the longtime Kansas City Chief to write a graduation speech and impart wisdom to his classmates
Business of Football
The Brady Appeal: What’s Next in Deflategate Drama
The Brady Appeal: What’s Next in Deflategate Drama
Tired of the lawyerspeak this NFL offseason? Well, hang on a little longer. The union’s appeal of Tom Brady’s four-game suspension is next on the docket, with Judge Roger Goodell presiding. Here’s what to expect this summer
By Andrew Brandt
The MMQB Mailbag
What About Frank Clark?
Answering your Twitter questions regarding the Seahawks’ controversial pick, the Panthers getting no love, the Deflategate endgame and more
By Peter King