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Some teams may not be willing to accept the status quo
On one hand, Saints coach Sean Payton could look at the horrendous non-call from the NFC Championship game, accept the fact that bad calls happen, and hope/assume that the next time a bad call happens his...
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No major changes expected in aftermath of Rams-Saints
The NFL has a reputation for being reactive, not proactive. In the aftermath of Sunday’s controversial NFC Championship game, the NFL may not even be reactive. Three days removed from a historic (for...
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Larry Fitzgerald will play in 2019
Larry Fitzgerald is coming back. The Cardinals announced today that Fitzgerald, their longtime star receiver, confirmed to the team that he will play a 16th season this year. “No player has meant more...
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RG3 thinks Matt LaFleur’s a perfect fit for Aaron Rodgers
While Matt LaFleur has a whole team of Packers to coach now, his relationship with quarterback Aaron Rodgers is obviously a priority. And one of LaFleur’s former quarterbacks thinks his old boss is...
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James Conner: I didn’t feel pressure, opportunity was what I wanted
There’s been a lot of discussion about what sank the Steelers over the last few weeks, but little of it has had to do with the fact that running back Le'Veon Bell never reported to the team this...
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Robert Kraft: Tom Brady was “laser focused” in Kansas City
Patriots coach Bill Belichick had little to say about the NFL investigating the green light that appeared on quarterback Tom Brady during the AFC Championship Game, but Patriots owner Robert Kraft was more...
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Larry Fitzgerald: Desire to be great burns just as bright today
Wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald made his call about playing in 2019 and the Cardinals announced it on Wednesday. Fitzgerald will be back for a 16th season and Cardinals owner Michael Bidwill said in a...
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Bledsoe explains how Brady stays motivated
Drew Bledsoe discusses how Tom Brady has been able to co-exist with Bill Belichick and shares some insight into how the Patriots organization runs on a day-to-day basis.
Report: Greg Schiano likely to join Patriots staff
The Patriots are set to lose linebackers coach and de facto defensive coordinator Brian Flores to the Dolphins after the Super Bowl and that will make two years in a row that the team’s top defensive...
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Report: Steve Spagnuolo “the favorite” to be KC defensive coordinator
Andy Reid may hire another co-worker from his past to replace the one he just fired. According to Adam Schefter of ESPN, former Giants interim and Rams head coach Steve Spagnuolo has “emerged as the...
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Most devastating ends in back-to-back seasons?
With the New Orleans Saints ending back-to-back seasons in heartbreaking fashion, take a look back at teams who suffered the same fate in previous years.
Mike Vrabel thinks Arthur Smith is best choice for Marcus Mariota
New Titans offensive coordinator Arthur Smith wasn’t a household name, and there’s no evidence he knows Sean McVay. But Titans coach Mike Vrabel thinks he’s a good fit for what they need,...
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Saints need to look towards future with QB
The Saints' loss to the Rams in the NFC title game was not only devastating, but it could have very well been the end of an era in New Orleans. The PFT crew examines his future in "Season in a Sentence."
Rams defense credits Wade Phillips for putting pieces together
The Rams weren’t afraid to make bold moves to add to their defense, and those moves are paying off in the way they envisioned. It’s just taken longer than they might have imagined. From...
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Will Brady, Belichick retire if they win SB LIII?
Tom Brady and Bill Belichick are headed towards their ninth Super Bowl appearance with the Patriots and if they win their sixth title, it's fair to wonder if they'll both walk away.
Will McVay deliver SB LIII promise to Big Cat?
Rams head coach Sean McVay promised Big Cat a few specific perks if his team made and then won Super Bowl LIII.
Sean Payton deserves blame for loss as well
Sean Payton's play-calling, Patriots haters and Andy Reid's use of timeouts are all featured in this week's "Airing of Grievances."
Michel looks to exercise demons in SB LIII
The last time Sony Michel played at the Mercedes Benz Stadium was for Georgia, who lost to Alabama in the national title game, but now he'll have an opportunity to redeem himself in Super Bowl LIII.
Rams should know better than to give Brady fuel
L.A. Rams safety John Johnson did the one thing you shouldn't do when talking about Tom Brady, Mike Florio explains.
Will Gurley reclaim lead role in Super Bowl LIII?
With some extra rest before Super Bowl LIII, Todd Gurley should be the Rams' go-to back rather than C.J. Anderson.
Should penalties be reviewable in NFL?
Mike Florio, Chris Simms and Big Cat discuss and debate whether the NFL should allow penalties to be reviewable during games.
Saints’ P.J. Williams arrested for drunk driving again
Saints cornerback P.J. Williams was arrested early this morning in New Orleans on a driving while intoxicated charge, another in a growing list of driving offenses for Williams. Williams booked for drunk...
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Super Bowl LIII a homecoming for Sean McVay
L.A. Rams head coach Sean McVay is returning home to Georgia for Super Bowl LIII, where he grew up and fell in love with football.
Chiefs firing DC shouldn't come as surprise
Considering the lack of support the Chiefs' defense gave to the team's prolific offense, it should come as no surprise that Kansas City has decided to part ways with Bob Sutton.
P.J. Williams feels he proved to league he can play
Injuries limited Saints cornerback P.J. Williams to two games during his first two NFL seasons, but he’s spent the last two seasons trying to show the team and the rest of the league why he was a...
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NFL willing to leave roof open for Super Bowl, weather permitting
The NFL is open to leaving the roof open for the Super Bowl. But as they found out the last time the Super Bowl was in Atlanta, the weather is often unpredictable. According to Tim Tucker of the Atlanta...
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Bills happy to be out of QB market
The Bills traded up to draft Josh Allen in the first round last year and the rookie became their No. 1 quarterback before the first game of the season was over. They also re-signed backups Matt Barkley and...
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Rams safety: Tom Brady is “definitely beatable”
Given the way they made up the whole notion that nobody thinks they can win, the Patriots will certainly use anything they can for motivation. So this one should be easy. Rams safety John Johnson III said...
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Cowboys “more comfortable” about long-term deal with DeMarcus Lawrence
Cowboys defensive end DeMarcus Lawrence played out the 2018 season on the franchise tag, but didn’t have the same upset about that state of affairs that we’ve seen from other players. Lawrence...
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Browns working to extend Greg Robinson’s contract
The Browns opened last season with undrafted free agent Desmond Harrison as their starter at left tackle and he remained in that spot until the team fired head coach Hue Jackson and offensive coordinator...
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Daughter’s early arrival caught Senior Bowl prospect off guard
Defensive tackle prospect Khalen Saunders was planning to attend Senior Bowl practices Tuesday and Wednesday, and then jetting back to Chicago so he’d be on hand for the birth of his daughter, who was...
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Bruce Allen doesn’t expect a suspension of Reuben Foster
Twice last year, Washington linebacker Reuben Foster found himself charged with domestic violence. Twice last year, the charges were dropped. But the NFL has yet to issue a decision as to whether Foster...
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Sean McVay points out missed facemasking on Jared Goff
Rams coach Sean McVay knows his team benefited from a missed call in Sunday’s NFC Championship Game, but he pointed out that his team was hurt by a missed call as well. McVay noted that on the drive...
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Hall of Fame executive director Joe Horrigan to retire after 42 years
Joe Horrigan, the executive director of the Pro Football Hall of Fame, is set to retire in June after 42 years on the job. According to Joe Scalzo of the Canton Repository, Horrigan announced his intentions...
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Should NFL expand replay reviews for penalties?
Michael Jenkins and Tim Murray of 'The Daily Line' discuss whether or not it would be good for the NFL if the league expanded replay review to cover judgment calls on penalties.
Albert Wilson on track from hip injury, could be ready for start of offseason program
Miami Dolphins wide receiver Albert Wilson saw his first season in South Florida come to an abrupt end after just seven games due to a hip injury that landed him on injured reserve. According to Adam...
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John Dorsey eager to see what Baker Mayfield can accomplish in year two
After a rookie campaign that saw Baker Mayfield set an NFL record for most touchdown passes by a rookie, Cleveland Browns General Manager John Dorsey is eager to see what Mayfield will be able to accomplish...
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Browns have begun contract talks with Perriman, Higgins
The Browns have started contract talks with receivers Breshad Perriman and Rashard Higgins, Browns General Manager John Dorsey said Tuesday. Both Perriman and Higgins are scheduled to become free agents in...
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Packers hire Milt Hendrickson as director of football operations
The Packers have hired Milt Hendrickson as director of football operations, Michael Cohen of The Athletic reports. It’s the same title Eliot Wolf held before joining the Browns. Hendrickson worked as...
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Louisiana Governor calls for NFL to expand replay
First, a lawsuit over the Saints-Rams game. Now, a politician is getting in the act. Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards sent NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell a letter Tuesday, expressing his “deep...
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Mike Mallory interviews for Packers’ special teams job
The Packers interviewed Mike Mallory for their special teams coordinator opening, Tom Silverstein of the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel reports. Mallory served as the Jaguars’ special teams coach from...
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Rule 17 does not prevent Commissioner from taking action over judgment errors
Some have suggested (actually, insisted) that the exclusive authority given to the Commissioner in Rule 17 to rectify extraordinarily unfair results does not encompass judgment errors made by game officials...
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Bruce Arians acknowledges that “a-holes usually run in the receiver room”
Buccaneers coach Bruce Arians recently riled up Steelers receiver Antonio Brown by suggesting that Brown is “too much diva.” On Tuesday, Arians used a different term to refer to those who run...
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Broncos add Chris Kuper to coaching staff
A former Broncos player has joined the team’s coaching staff for the 2019 season. The Broncos announced on Tuesday that Chris Kuper will be the team’s assistant line coach. He will work with...
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Stephen Jones expects Competition Committee to consider OT change
The NFL’s Competition Committee will discuss two things from Sunday’s championship games: Whether to make pass interference reviewable after the missed call in the Saints-Rams game; and whether...
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Cole Beasley: Cowboys front office directs where the ball goes
Cowboys receiver Cole Beasley could be tweeting his way out of Dallas. Beasley, who is due to become a free agent in March, has taken to social media to share suspicions regarding the role of the Joneses in...
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Broncos sign Don Barclay to a future contract
The Broncos announced they signed offensive lineman Don Barclay to a future contract Tuesday. Barclay is a seventh-year player who has appeared in 65 games with 22 starts at right tackle, two at right guard...
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Cardinals make Tom Clements hiring official
The Cardinals made the hiring of Tom Clements official Tuesday. Clements will serve as the team’s pass game coordinator/quarterbacks coach. The Cardinals will not have a coach with the title of...
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Bill Belichick on laser pointer in K.C.: We’re focused on the Rams
A report this week indicated that the NFL is looking into a video that appeared to show someone flashing a laser pointer at Patriots quarterback Tom Brady during last Sunday’s AFC Championship Game in...
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Bruce Allen: Greg Manusky was involved with interviewing defensive coaches
In the weeks since the end of the regular season, Washington has been linked with a variety of defensive-minded coaches like Todd Bowles who went on to land defensive coordinator jobs with other teams. They...
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John Elway: Reviewing pass interference “won’t work”
Because the Saints just got jobbed out of a trip to the Super Bowl because of a missed pass interference call, and because we have 12 more days to fill until then, there will be plenty of talk about the...
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Jon Gruden “would love” to have Marshawn Lynch back
Marshawn Lynch is interested in playing in 2019. Raiders coach Jon Gruden is interested in re-signing Lynch. Thus, Lynch could return for another season with the Raiders. Michael Gehlken of the Las Vegas...
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Bill Belichick on Aaron Donald: Pretty much unblockable
Patriots coach Bill Belichick has made it a point to find positive things to say about just about every opposing player he’s asked about during a press conference or conference call even if the rest...
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