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Inner Game
The Secret to Being a Good O-Line Coach is C.O.O.L.
The Secret to Being a Good O-Line Coach is C.O.O.L.
Offensive line is the least glamorous position in the NFL, and coaching it is not a star turn either. But amid the anonymity is a group bond that extends beyond team borders. Welcome to the annual Coaches of Offensive Linemen clinic
By Greg A. Bedard
Behind the Face Mask
My Career Starts Now
My Career Starts Now
Chicago Bears safety Brock Vereen, a fourth-round draft pick in May, recently attended the NFL Rookie Symposium in Ohio with the rest of the league's first-year players. Here is his account of what he learned at the enlightening event
Business of Football
A Tie’s a Win for the NFL
A Tie’s a Win for the NFL
The latest turn in the concussion lawsuit saga—a judge gave her preliminary approval to a revised settlement—was good news for both sides. Here, we explain why the league and its owners ultimately will be the biggest beneficiaries
By Andrew Brandt
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NFL Draft Clock
NFL Draft Clock
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Don Shula’s Game Plans From the Miami Dolphins’ 1972 Perfect Season
Don Shula’s Game Plans From the Miami Dolphins’ 1972 Perfect Season
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Frank Reich’s 1993 Wild-Card Hand-Warmer
Frank Reich’s 1993 Wild-Card Hand-Warmer
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Adam Vinatieri’s Shoes From the Tuck Rule Game
Adam Vinatieri’s Shoes From the Tuck Rule Game
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Pete Rozelle’s Retirement Memos
Pete Rozelle’s Retirement Memos
Business of Football
The Reduced Offseason
The Reduced Offseason
With strict limits on player activity between February and July, coaches have complained about the negative impact on the sport’s quality. It only makes sense, since the restrictions were put in place without input from those griping
By Andrew Brandt
Behind the Face Mask
Why I’m Suing the NFL
Why I’m Suing the NFL
Former Bears tackle Keith Van Horne is battling heart conditions and bouts of extreme dizziness. He blames team doctors for issuing excessive doses of painkillers and no warning about the risks
By Jenny Vrentas