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The Longshot: Alton Voss

Voss, a 28-year-old former drug addict, is now a sack master drawing interest from the NFL. Not all paths to the draft are linear 

The Super Bowl, Vegas-Style

We spent Super Bowl Sunday with the head of the biggest sports book in Vegas—where lots of people lost money because there was no safety, Gostkowski’s extra-point miss was big, and the Patriots’ comeback turned everything upside-down

For the Brady Family: ‘Redemption’

 As Tom Brady’s father and mother celebrated their son’s history-making performance in Super Bowl 51, it meant much more than just a fifth ring

The Greatest Comeback Ever

Tom Brady’s season started with a four-game suspension and ended, in dramatic fashion, with his fifth championship after the Patriots overcame the largest deficit in Super Bowl history. G.O.A.T? No doubt about it

T.O. and Tagliabue, Still on the Outside

On and off the field, Super Bowl weekend solidifies legacies—but contentious Hall of Fame candidates Terrell Owens and Paul Tagliabue will have to wait at least another year for their moment

Colts Moves: Is There a Role for Peyton Manning?

Jim Irsay’s firing of Ryan Grigson as GM in Indy opens the door for Peyton Manning to take a position of authority with the franchise—and it would seem to be an ideal reunion. But does the Colts icon want the job?

The Divisional Round Awards

On Aaron Rodger's miraculous 35-yard pass, Le'Veon Bell's Steph Curry-like quest, Mason Crosby's two 50-plus yard field goals and Dion Lewis' one-of-a-kind performance

Jaguars Keep Marrone, and Keep Believing in Bortles

By retaining Doug Marrone and David Caldwell, along with bringing in Tom Coughlin, the Jaguars have made their intentions clear: They want to salvage their beleaguered young QB. Plus, updates on the NFL’s other coaching searches

The Wild-Card Weekend NFL Awards

On Le'Veon Bell's patience and Aaron Rodgers' pocket presence. It took three years, but Jadeveon Clowney is finally a game-wrecker
 

The MMQB 2016 NFL Awards

Our eclectic panel of journalists, players and coaching and front-office vets—plus a couple big-name ringers—make their picks for the major honors of the 2016 season

‘We Can’t Keep Talking About Derek, Bro’

The mood is a mix of anger and despair as the Raiders prepare for a wild-card weekend trip to Houston. But while any realistic Super Bowl hopes might be dashed, the Raiders still have a chance to finish an almost-storybook season the right way

The Week 17 Power Rankings

The Packers are back on top of the NFC North and hosting a playoff game, just like we all expected at Thanksgiving

The Week 17 Awards

On Aaron Rodgers fulfilling his prophecy, Tom Brady creating a contest at MVP, and Gary Kubiak's decision to step down. Plus, the player who had the best year of any player in the league at his position.

NFL Black Monday: What to Expect as the Carousel Spins

Three teams already have sideline vacancies. Who’s next? Here’s a primer on what to watch for as Week 17 concludes, including a separation in San Diego, postseason or bust in Detroit and a potential rare coaching trade

Rex Ryan’s Last Rodeo?

The Bills brought the Rex Ryan era in Buffalo to an end a game short of two full seasons. What went wrong, and what’s next for the team and the coaching lifer who was supposed to turn around the franchise

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