Having been burned multiple times, from Ray Rice to Josh Brown, the NFL is taking its time in its official probe of the domestic violence accusations against the Cowboys’ rookie running back. Is the league being thorough, or just prolonging things for appearances?
In the border town of Brownsville, Texas, the high school game is on the front lines of the immigration debate. We follow a player who crosses every day from Mexico to pursue the American dream, and play the American sport
A father’s illness. A friend’s death. A rookie season lost to injury, and second season nearly so. The promising young Ravens receiver endured more than his share of turmoil before finally setting foot on an NFL field
In case you’re wondering, the Bengals linebacker doesn’t give ‘no f---s’ about the Steelers. The bigger question is whether he and Cincinnati have learned from last January’s disaster and can keep their cool when the heat rises again this year
A visit to Richmond finds a quarterback who isn’t resting on his laurels—or his hefty one-year salary—as he tries to bring his team back to the playoffs. Plus thoughts on The MMQB Camp Training Camp Tour so far
Roger Goodell began his commissionership as the new sheriff in town, but in real-life discipline hearings he’s more like a stern schoolmaster, wielding unquestioned authority within the walls of NFL headquarters. Players who’ve been summoned before Goodell recount their sometimes edifying, sometimes infuriating experiences
Big names, big money, big vision—and an ego that encompassed it all. Donald Trump’s foray into pro football ownership with the upstart league in the ’80s was the kind of spectacle that now feels very familiar
One of two new members of The MMQB team. After starting his career at the New York Times, Tim looks back on reporting Manziel vs. reporting Mariota when the QBs were in college, and why he can’t cover the NFL without covering the concussion crisis