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In Buffalo, an Organization Still Broken

Rex Ryan was fired, and now GM Doug Whaley is out less than a day after the draft wrapped up. Three years after buying the Bills, the Pegulas have yet to even begin to build an organization

Everything Falls Into Place for Tampa

The Bucs entered the offseason looking to add more speed on offense; O.J. Howard falling into their laps was a stroke of good fortune. Plus, why Buffalo might have gotten a steal at QB, the Patriots’ first pick had opposing scouts groaning, and skipping bowls didn’t hurt Fournette or McCaffrey, but as for Jake Butt…

Draft Day 2 Analysis: The Browns Play It Smart

Rather than reach for a quarterback, Cleveland waited through the first round while continuing to build its roster, then took a flyer on DeShone Kizer in Round 2. It’s all going according to plan

Aaron Hernandez: A Waste in Every Sense

Spare no sympathy for Aaron Hernandez, who was blessed with rare ability and promise but left a swath of ruined lives, from his victims and their families to his now-fatherless daughter—and of course, himself

Dean Blandino Leaves. Who Wants to Step Into the Fire?

Agree with him or not, the NFL officiating czar, reportedly headed to TV, was front and center in one of the league’s most high-pressure, high-visibility positions. The toughest job for Dean Blandino’s replacement will be to handle the heat from all sides

Dan Rooney: For the Good of His Team, and the Game

Universally respected in NFL circles, beloved by players and fans, Steelers boss Dan Rooney leaves a legacy of principled ownership and simple integrity. As six Lombardi Trophies attest, that's a pretty good way to win

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