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The Conscience
Keep Doing the Right Thing, Roger
Keep Doing the Right Thing, Roger
Roger Goodell admitted making a mistake with Ray Rice’s mere two-game ban and readdressed the league’s policy on domestic violence. But that’s not the only part of the NFL commissioner’s kingdom that needs a course change
By Don Banks
Deep Dive
Browns Preview: It All Rides on the Defense
Browns Preview: It All Rides on the Defense
With uncertainty at quarterback—hello, Johnny!—and next to nothing at wide receiver, Cleveland's 2014 hopes rest entirely on its defense. Can new coach Mike Pettine get his guys up to speed quickly?
By Andy Benoit
Business of Football
‘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
Monday Morning Quarterback
The NFL’s Silly Season Can Have a Serious Side, Too
The NFL's Silly Season Can Have a Serious Side, Too
From mid-June to mid-July, the NFL goes on vacation. But the news cycle never stops. Here, we separate the senseless (Sherman-Crabtree drama) from the significant (Josh Gordon) and appoint an all-time downtime star, Johnny Manziel
By Rich Eisen
On Further Review
Back to Bourbon: NOLA Deserves Super Bowl LII
Back to Bourbon: NOLA Deserves Super Bowl LII
Sorry, Minnesota and Indiana, you'll have to wait your turn. New Orleans, celebrating its 300th birthday in 2018, is the right choice to host the 52nd Big Game. Here's why it should get the nod, plus your mailbag questions
By Peter King
Open Field
Same Ol’ Browns? Not This Time Around
Same Ol’ Browns? Not This Time Around
The news of Josh Gordon's reported failed drug test—and potential year-long suspension—might have been a buzzkill, but the Browns still are headed in the right direction. Plus, draft thoughts on the other 31 teams in the league
By Greg A. Bedard
Open Field
Josh Gordon Has Arrived
Josh Gordon Has Arrived
After an aborted college career, the wayward wideout’s hopes for the NFL came down to one summer workout for scouts on a lonely field in Houston. Two years later he’s emerging as the most electrifying talent this side of Megatron
By Andrew Lawrence
The Season
Gronk a Walking Injury Report; Week 15 Storylines
Gronk a Walking Injury Report; Week 15 Storylines
Your weekly one-page magazine
By Peter King
Deep Dive
My Pro Bowl Picks
My Pro Bowl Picks
New format, same old emphasis on popularity over merit. But I'm here to correct that. Who deserves to go to Hawaii? Here's who made it in on my ballot
By Andy Benoit
Game Plan
What Can This Brown Do? A Lot
What Can This Brown Do? A Lot
Cleveland may turn to its fourth different starting quarterback of 2013 this weekend, but no matter to Josh Gordon: the rapidly ascending and record-setting receiver has shown an ability to put up yards and create big plays no matter who's throwing him the ball
By Peter King