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Super Bowl 49
Deflategate: The Pressure is Building
Deflategate: The Pressure is Building
Don't expect discipline before Super Bowl Sunday—the NFL desperately needs to get this one right. But if anyone in the Patriots organization is found to have tampered with a game ball, the punishment will be severe
By Peter King
Tuesday Mailbag
The Divisional Mailbag
The Divisional Mailbag
The future of NFL quarterbacks will take center stage on championship weekend. Plus thoughts on Aaron Rodgers' dominance, two new general managers taking the reins and the fan fallout on the Dez Bryant reversal
By Peter King
Business of Football
The Mueller Report: No Smoking Gun, No Satisfying Resolution
The Mueller Report: No Smoking Gun, No Satisfying Resolution
The NFL’s internal investigation into its handling of the Ray Rice situation is a mild rebuke that the league hopes will allow it to move on. But fundamental questions—including how the NFL could have so mismanaged the case in the first place—remain up in the air
By Andrew Brandt
Mediaville
The MMQB Media Awards
The MMQB Media Awards
From breaking news to moving features to on-air embarrassments, the best and worst of 2014 from those who cover the NFL
By Richard Deitsch
Business of Football
The NFL’s Best and Worst Business Decisions
The NFL’s Best and Worst Business Decisions
A look back at the players and teams that won and lost at the negotiating table in 2014, and what it all means going forward as the league tries to repair its image
By Andrew Brandt
The Friday Interview
John Mara: ‘A Step in the Right Direction’
John Mara: ‘A Step in the Right Direction’
The New York Giants co-owner on the NFL’s new conduct policy, trying to repair the league’s tattered image and the pending Robert Mueller report
By Jenny Vrentas
Open Field
Three Months After Ray Rice…
Three Months After Ray Rice…
At the owners meetings in Dallas, the league announced a new personal conduct policy. A look at how it will work, why Roger Goodell will retain power as final arbiter, and why the NFLPA isn't going to like it
By Jenny Vrentas
Business of Football
Union Can’t Get A Word In
A One-Way Negotiation
When the league discusses a new personal conduct policy at the winter’s owners meetings, the NFLPA is one voice that won’t be heard
By Andrew Brandt
Business of Football
The Train Never Slows Down
The Train Never Slows Down
From botched domestic violence cases to retired players in dire need, the NFL has failed on a number of important fronts this season. Yet through it all, fans have stuck around and—more importantly for the owners—the money keeps pouring in
By Andrew Brandt
Business of Football
Still Judge, Jury and Executioner
Still Judge, Jury and Executioner
Friday's Ray Rice decision was a setback for Roger Goodell, but even through another defeat the commissioner shows no signs of backing off his role as the Conduct Commissioner
By Andrew Brandt