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Business of Football
The Appeal of Greg Hardy
The Appeal of Greg Hardy
The NFL responded to its domestic violence problem with new hires and a new conduct policy. But as Greg Hardy seeks to have his 10-game suspension reduced, the same old decisions are being made by general managers. Just look at the signings of Frank Clark in Seattle and Ray McDonald in Chicago
By Andrew Brandt
The MMQB Mailbag
Michael Sam in Montreal: It’s All About Football
Michael Sam in Montreal: It’s All About Football
In opting to sign with the CFL's Alouettes, Michael Sam said his focus is on football and not breaking barriers as an openly gay player. Will it lead him back to the NFL? Plus, answering your questions on Deflategate and workout injuries
By Greg A. Bedard
10 Things I Think I Think
I Think … The Bears Should Have Known Better
I Think … The Bears Should Have Known Better
Chicago didn't do its due diligence before signing Ray McDonald and is now paying the price. Plus, Cam Newton's head-scratching quote, perspective on Roger Goodell's job difficulty and why the NFL needs a developmental league
By Robert Klemko
Monday Morning Quarterback
Memorial Day and Football
Memorial Day and Football
The NFL and veterans have been intertwined since World War II. Here's our own moment of remembrance, plus notes on Tom Brady's next steps, another lawsuit pitting ex-players against the league and much more from our guest columnist
By Greg A. Bedard
Business of Football
The Brady Appeal: What’s Next in Deflategate Drama
The Brady Appeal: What’s Next in Deflategate Drama
Tired of the lawyerspeak this NFL offseason? Well, hang on a little longer. The union’s appeal of Tom Brady’s four-game suspension is next on the docket, with Judge Roger Goodell presiding. Here’s what to expect this summer
By Andrew Brandt
NFL Draft
The Future of the Draft
The Future of the Draft
The commissioner was kidding when he said, ‘Seven rounds, seven days, seven states,’ right? While that is extreme, the idea of a single-venue experience is all but over after Chicago’s rousing display. So where to next: L.A.? Boston? Dallas?
The MMQB Mailbag
Don’t Grow Attached to the NFL’s New PAT Rule
Don’t Grow Attached to the NFL’s New PAT Rule
Pushing back the extra point 13 yards is a huge step for the league, but the tinkering might not have ended when the owners passed the new rule. Plus, news on future Super Bowls, Robert Kraft’s decision to stand down and mail
By Peter King
Open Field
NFL Gets Proactive with Draftees on Domestic Violence Education
NFL Gets Proactive with Draftees on Domestic Violence Education
For prospects who came to Chicago for the draft, a seminar on domestic violence was part of their initiation into the league
10 Things I Think I Think
I’m Talking About You, Ndamukong Suh
I’m Talking About You, Ndamukong Suh
As well as you, Roger Goodell, Troy Vincent, Dean Blandino, Ted Wells, Steve Spagnuolo, Rex Ryan, Betsy Nabel, Dante Fowler Jr., Todd Gurley, Nate Boyer, Eli Manning, and your little dog too
By Jenny Vrentas
Monday Morning Quarterback
Robert Kraft is Talking, and He’s Pretty Peeved
Robert Kraft is Talking, and He’s Pretty Peeved
The Patriots owner is ‘really worked up’ at the unprecedented penalty the NFL levied on his team based on what he tells The MMQB is ‘ambiguous evidence.’ Plus more on PAT proposals, the La’el Collins saga and a new NFL drug protocol
By Peter King