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Eli Manning Is Tougher Than You

He may pull odd faces and inspire unflattering memes, but while other QBs fall by the wayside the Giants’ stalwart hasn’t missed a start since 2004. As he embarks on a run at his third Super Bowl title, the NFL’s most unexpected Iron Man deserves your respect

An NFL Sunday with Benny from the Bronx

A regular caller to sports talk radio in New York City, Benny lives and dies with his beloved Packers while chain-smoking, fist-pumping and nervously pacing throughout the action. Just another rabid fan? He also has Roger Goodell and Green Bay president Mark Murphy in his phone

Terrell Suggs, Last of His Kind

The longest-tenured player in the Steelers-Ravens rivalry—his first NFL sack came against Tommy Maddox in 2003—is going strong as ever, thanks to a new body, a throwback style, and a little help from the Force

Why Is the Ezekiel Elliott Investigation Taking So Long?

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?

Football in the Land of Bridges and Walls

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

Vontaze Burfict on Poise, Playoff Collapses and Pittsburgh

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 Rookie in Patriotland

What’s a converted baseball writer to make of Belichick, Brady and the Patriot Way? Our new MMQBer gets his first taste in Foxborough

What It’s Like to Get Called into the Principal’s Office

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