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‘He Did What?!’ True Tales from the NFL Dead Month
‘He Did What?!’ True Tales from the NFL Dead Month
Angry wives throwing clothes in the driveway. Clandestine boating accidents in Mexico. Vengeful voiding in dorm closets. It's all on the table during the last bit of down time for free and rich football players before the season's grind begins
By Andrew Brandt
Going Long
Mike Holmgren is Retired
Mike Holmgren is Retired
He volunteers at a food bank, reads books and spends time with his grandkids. After a Super Bowl title in Green Bay, a stellar rebuilding in Seattle and an abrupt ending in Cleveland, Mike Holmgren is done with football. Unless …
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Lambeau Field’s Frozen Tundra for the Ice Bowl
Lambeau Field’s Frozen Tundra for the Ice Bowl
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Vince Lombardi’s Chalkboard
Vince Lombardi’s Chalkboard
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Tom Matte’s Playbook Wristband
Tom Matte’s Playbook Wristband
Deep Dive
What It All Means: NFC Draft Breakdowns
What It All Means: NFC Draft Breakdowns
The 2014 NFL draft went down in unpredictable fashion. Now it’s time to look at what each team’s haul means going forward
By Andy Benoit
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Don Hutson’s Cape
Don Hutson’s Cape
Business of Football
Inside the War Room
Inside the War Room
At team headquarters across the NFL, the draft means waiting, working through the chaos, waiting some more and trusting The Board
By Andrew Brandt
On Further Review
‘You’ve Got to Take One’
‘You’ve Got to Take One’
That's the advice of Mike Holmgren—Super Bowl-winning coach and a former team architect—to the QB-needy teams considering drafting a passer in May. Will the Texans, Jags, Browns, Bucs and Vikings listen? Plus, reader mail
By Peter King
Behind the Face Mask
The Green Bay Packers’ New Minister of Defense
The Green Bay Packers’ New Minister of Defense
Reggie White 2.0? Not quite, but inside linebacker A.J. Hawk recently showed off his ministry skills by presiding over the wedding of one of the team’s athletic trainers. Nuptials or knockin’ noggins, Hawk is at home doing both
By Jenny Vrentas