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Finding Danny Watkins

A late-bloomer who seemed too good to be true, a first-round bust who helped get a once-untouchable coach run out of town, and to some, a hero. The bizarre football life of a man who was built for the game but born for something else

‘He’ll Be Back Strong’

The Chiefs placed Eric Berry on the non-football injury list after a mass was found in the All Pro safety's chest. In the wake of this stunning development, the team is rallying behind its beloved teammate and drawing strength from his determination

The Best Buy in Football

At a third of the price of an elite quarterback, a good coach is the wisest expenditure in the salary cap era, and the best way to gain a long-term competitive edge. Plus, thoughts on Adrian Peterson and NFL gambling

When the Game Moves On Without You

Ken Flajole has been a football coach every fall for the past 37 years. This season, he is not. What does a 59-year-old coaching lifer do when the game is taken away?

Keeping It Together

Despite a rough offseason lowlighted by a series of player defections, Chiefs GM John Dorsey isn’t about to stray from his longterm plan to rebuild the program

Now Entering the MVP Race: Jamaal Charles

Coming off a five(!)-TD performance, the Chiefs back has raced into the award picture—and more importantly, he’s been the spark to a late-season offensive charge in Kansas City; plus your mailbag questions

What a Difference a Coach Makes

Good coaching has always been important in the NFL. But 2013, more than ever, has emphasized how the man running the sideline can revive—or destroy—a team

A Long Time Coming

Sean Payton has been the Saints coach since 2006 and won a Super Bowl in the Big Easy. For the first time on Sunday, he’ll finally coach against one of his former assistants when the Bills come to the Superdome ... plus 11 thoughts from around the league going into Week 8

The Unbeaten Chiefs: Reborn in Red

How has Kansas City gone from 2–14 to 6–0? The new brain trust of Andy Reid and John Dorsey has made smart personnel moves, adapted to the talent on hand and lightened the mood. Watch out, Denver!

Flavors of the Month

The Chiefs and Titans have been the NFL's biggest surprises through four weeks, and a commonality has set up both teams for continued success

Welcome the Spotlight

No pressure, Chris Clark, being thrown into the fire protecting Peyton Manning's blind spot and keeping a Super Bowl hopeful humming. Plus, more of what I'll be watching in Week 3

A Starter from the Start

If you believed Michael Vick was really in a competition for the Eagles’ No. 1 job, you weren’t paying attention when he re-worked his contract in February

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