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The Week 3 Mailbag

As the NFL continues to play catch-up on player conduct, here's the next step for Roger Goodell. Plus, the problem with Trent Richardson, a way to help officials keep pace with speed of game and an open invitation for players to cheat

Don’t Sleep on Indy

While the Pats and Broncos steal the headlines, the Colts added a potential impact player in Hakeem Nicks to a lineup that should be getting healthier and better in Year 3 of Andrew Luck

Buyer Beware

Every year, there are cautionary tales about overspending on talent. And every year, teams still part ways with big money, significant draft picks, or both to find what they hope is the final piece. This year is no different, with disappointments abound

Let's Not Make a Deal

The NFL has cornered the market on excitement and intrigue. So why is the trade deadline always so boring and anticlimactic? A few factors are at play in why the deadline is usually a dud

It All Starts With Luck

The two best quarterbacks of 2013 square off Sunday when Indianapolis hosts Denver. While all attention will be on Peyton Manning's homecoming, don't lose focus on the Colts' new franchise QB and his transcendent improvisational skills

A Colt Special

Indy GM Ryan Grigson on last weekend’s 20-point win at San Francisco, getting Trent Richardson up to speed and using scouts as foreign correspondents

Plenty in the Tank

The Browns may have traded their biggest star last week to position themselves for next year’s draft. But a thrilling road win put the focus back on the present, and the locker-room leaders say the mood is positive

Open Season on Linemen

The league is tweaking the rules to protect seemingly every position, except the big guys. It's time that changed. Plus, 11 more thoughts entering Week 3

Welcome the Spotlight

No pressure, Chris Clark, being thrown into the fire protecting Peyton Manning's blind spot and keeping a Super Bowl hopeful humming. Plus, more of what I'll be watching in Week 3

It’s Complicated

I say the Colts got the better of the Trent Richardson deal by addressing their most glaring need in order to win now—though my colleague Robert Klemko believes it’s a clear win for the new Browns regime

A Lesson from the Inside

Browns running back Trent Richardson was 13 when he met Jamal Lewis during a Florida prison visit, and started picking his brain about how to make it in the NFL

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