What about Dan Snyder?

Jon Gruden deserved his exile, but Peter King points out that Daniel Snyder has emerged from the WFT email scandal without significant sanction -- a disparity that reveals ugly truths about power in the NFL.

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D’Ernest Johnson runs for 146 yards and a TD as Browns down Broncos 17-14
D'Ernest Johnson rushed for 146 yards and a touchdown and Case Keenum threw for 199 yards and a score as the depleted Cleveland Browns managed a 17-14 victory over the Denver Broncos on Thursday night...
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NFL: We “look forward” to speaking with Chair of House Oversight and Reform Committee over WFT investigations
Congress has entered the chat regarding the WFT workplace misconduct investigation. And the NFL can’t afford to be perceived as trying to run and hide. Even if it would love too. Via the Associated...
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Baker Mayfield has fractured humerus
On Tuesday, Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield sounded like someone who wanted to play through his shoulder injury. On Thursday, it’s clear that Mayfield needs some time to heal. Mayfield told Jay...
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Landon Collins willing to step in at linebacker for WFT even if he’s not happy about it
The Washington Football Team is in need of help at linebacker and Landon Collins is willing to answer the call despite him extensive history playing safety instead. But just because he’s willing to do...
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Von Miller: “My pride hurts more than anything” after ankle injury
Denver Broncos pass rusher Von Miller was forced out of Thursday night’s game against the Cleveland Browns late in the second quarter due to an ankle injury. But it wasn’t the ankle that was...
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Broncos rule out Von Miller with ankle injury
The Denver Broncos have ruled out pass rusher Von Miller for the remainder of Thursday night’s game against the Cleveland Browns due to an ankle injury. Miller was injured inside the final minute of...
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Brandon Knight announces he needs a break from football to address mental health
The Ravens claimed offensive tackle Brandon Knight off waivers from the Cowboys on Monday. Knight did not report to the team, and Baltimore placed him on the reserve/did not report list. Ravens coach John...
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Broncos draw to within 10-7 on Melvin Gordon’s touchdown catch
On their first drive of the second half, the Broncos had more yards and more first downs than they had in the first half. They scored their first points, too, making it a one-score game. Denver, which had...
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Broncos trail Browns 10-0 as Von Miller limps off with ankle injury
The Broncos have run only 16 plays, gained only 76 yards, had only two first downs and scored no points. They trail the Browns 10-0 at halftime, and that’s not the worst news. Denver, which is trying...
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Joe Brady addresses possibility LSU might have interest in him
When LSU announced earlier this week the school and its football coach, Ed Orgeron, have mutually agreed to part ways at the end of the season, Joe Brady’s name quickly was mentioned as a candidate...
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Saints have designated seven players to return from injured reserve this week
The Saints finally are starting to get healthy. The Saints designated kicker Wil Lutz (core muscle) to return from injured reserve Monday. Linebacker Kwon Alexander (elbow), defensive end Marcus Davenport (...
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D’Ernest Johnson’s touchdown run caps impressive opening drive by Browns
Baker who? Nick who? Kareem who? The Browns didn’t miss Baker Mayfield, Nick Chubb or Kareem Hunt on their first drive. Case Keenum led the Browns right down the field after taking the opening kickoff...
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Matt Hasselbeck enters Seahawks Ring of Honor on Monday night
Eight years before the Seahawks won a Super Bowl, quarterback Matt Hasselbeck got them to a game that, but for repeated blunders by the officials, Seattle may have won. On Monday night against the Saints,...
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Allen Robinson returns to limited practice, but Khalil Mack, Akiem Hicks remain out
The Bears got receiver Allen Robinson (ankle) back to practice Thursday. He was limited after sitting out Wednesday. Robinson injured his ankle in Week 5 against the Raiders but played 56 snaps against the...
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Whitney Mercilus: Coming to Packers “pumps new life” into me
Whitney Mercilus spent his entire NFL career with one team before the Texans released him this week and he’s enjoying his first chance to spend time with another club. Mercilus officially signed with...
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Marcus Maye: Jets know I want to be here
Jets safety Marcus Maye is playing out this season on the franchise tag and he said on Thursday that he’s not looking to go anywhere else. Maye hurt his ankle in Week Three and his agent tweeted that...
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Thursday Night Football: Teddy Bridgewater, Odell Beckham are active
Some big names will miss Thursday Night Football, but other big names are playing. Odell Beckham and Jarvis Landry will play together for the first time since Beckham tore the anterior cruciate ligament in...
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In WFT letter to Roger Goodell, Congress points to NFL’s “prominent platform” and “national implications” of its actions
Many will say, as many often do, that Congress has better things to do than to poke around the private investigation conducted by one of the private companies belonging to a private sports league. The NFL,...
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Kyle Shanahan expects Jimmy Garoppolo to be 100 percent by Sunday
49ers veteran quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo (calf) remained limited in practice Thursday, while rookie quarterback Trey Lance (knee) still is out. After sitting out the Week 5 loss to the Cardinals, which led...
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Congressional committee seeks information on Gruden/WFT email scandal
The NFL has run out of time on its effort to run out the clock. Hopeful that the scandal regarding the supposedly secret emails obtained through the investigation of workplace issues at the Washington...
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Tyreek Hill remains out of practice; Travis Kelce, Chris Jones limited again
The Chiefs had only two changes to their practice report Thursday: Defensive tackle Jarran Reed (back) and offensive lineman Trey Smith (ankle) went from limited work Wednesday to full participation....
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Trent Williams day to day with ankle sprain
49ers left tackle Trent Williams didn’t practice on Wednesday with an ankle issue and wasn’t on the field for practice during the media window on Thursday either. But it doesn’t appear the...
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Julio Jones returns to limited practice, A.J. Brown remains out
The Titans got receiver Julio Jones back at practice Thursday. Jones was limited, a day after sitting out to rehab his hamstring. Jones missed two games with his hamstring injury before returning Monday...
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Is Meyer built for the 'long haul' with Jaguars?
Michael Holley and Peter King discuss if Urban Meyer will be an integral part of the Jacksonville Jaguars' long-term future, plus they discuss if any more emails from the WFT investigation will come to...
King: 'Nonsensical' to trade for Watson right now
As the NFL trade deadline looms, rumors continue to swirl about the Dolphins trading for QB Deshaun Watson -- but Peter King explains that, absent any clarity about Watson's legal situation, the timing isn'...
O.J. Howard limited in return to practice on Thursday
Tight end O.J. Howard was one of several Tampa Bay players who missed Wednesday’s practice. But he was back on the field for Thursday’s session. Howard (ankle) was a limited participant in...
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King: Rodgers holds all the cards next offseason
Peter King joins Brother From Another and explains why Aaron Rodgers has a "tremendously interesting" decision to make next offseason whether or not to leave the Green Bay Packers for another team.
Chargers announce signing of Andre Roberts
The Texans cut returner Andre Roberts earlier this week. He found a home Thursday, officially signing with the Chargers. The Chargers cut receiver K.J. Hill to make room for Roberts. Roberts goes from the 1...
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Lions inducting Chris Spielman into Pride of the Lions
The Lions are inducting former linebacker Chris Spielman into the Pride of the Lions, the team announced Thursday. The induction will happen during halftime of the Lions’ homecoming game Oct. 31...
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Graham Gano says Panthers’ medical staff mismanaged injury, costing him the 2019 season
Giants kicker Graham Gano will face his old team when the Panthers come to town on Sunday, but Gano doesn’t have the warmest memory of his time in Carolina. Gano blamed the Panthers’ medical staff...
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Jon Gruden to HBO: “The truth will come out”
We haven’t heard much from Jon Gruden since he abruptly resigned as Raiders head coach 10 days ago. HBO’s Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel has heard a little more. Andrea Kremer, who recently...
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Texans place Terrence Brooks on injured reserve
The Texans will be without safety Terrence Brooks for at least three weeks. Houston placed Brooks on injured reserve on Tuesday, the team announced. Brooks suffered a lung contusion during Sunday’s...
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Russell Wilson “definitely making progress” but still no timetable for his return
The prognosis for Russell Wilson‘s return from finger surgery was 4-6 weeks. The Seahawks quarterback is doing everything possible to get back sooner than later. Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said...
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DirecTV may keep satellite piece of Sunday Ticket
At one point over the past few years, we wrote that it made sense for the NFL to keep the satellite portion of Sunday Ticket with DirecTV and to sell the streaming side of it elsewhere, in order to maximize...
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Evan Engram did not practice Thursday with calf injury
The Giants injury situation was already pretty bad, but it’s getting even worse as the week continues. New York added tight end Evan Engram (calf) to Thursday’s injury report and he didn’t...
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Dallas Goedert remains out of practice despite being activated off COVID list
Eagles tight end Dallas Goedert is back on the active roster, but he is not back at practice. The Eagles activated Goedert from the COVID-19 reserve list Thursday morning. The team, though, listed him as a...
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J.J. Watt: Texans are a different team than I remember
The Texans once had Duane Brown, J.J. Watt, DeAndre Hopkins, Will Fuller, Deshaun Watson, Jadeveon Clowney and Whitney Mercilus, among others, playing for them. They had a 24-0 first half lead over the...
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Reports: Teddy Bridgewater is expected to play tonight
Broncos quarterback Teddy Bridgewater had a quadriceps injury added to the practice report Wednesday. He also has a foot injury that limited him Monday and Tuesday. Multiple reports, though, indicate...
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Florio explains how a Watson trade could happen
Mike Florio joins the Dan Patrick Show to break down the latest with the Houston Texans trade rumors surrounding Deshaun Watson heading to the Miami Dolphins, plus his take on Tua Tagovailoa's future in the...
Antonio Gibson, Terry McLaurin return to practice for Washington
The Washington Football Team got a couple of key offensive players back on the practice field Thursday. Running back Antonio Gibson (shin) and wide receiver Terry McLaurin (hamstring) were practicing after...
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Anthony Lynn didn’t like “a damn thing” the Lions did offensively last week
Though they’re the league’s lone remaining winless team, the Lions have been competitive in most of their games this season. That wasn’t the case in last week’s loss to Cincinnati...
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Jaylen Waddle: We’re focused on playing the game, not trade rumors
The Dolphins have been linked with a pursuit with Deshaun Watson since his desire to be traded first surfaced earlier this year and the possibility of bringing him to Miami is back on the front burner this...
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Week 7 preview: Bengals vs. Ravens
Chris Simms believes the Bengals are "for real," but he isn't sure that Cincinnati can travel to Baltimore and take down the Ravens at this point and Mike Florio has the same mindset about the AFC North...
How Wentz is thriving under pressure with Colts
Chris Simms goes inside the numbers to break down Carson Wentz's success against the pass rush so far this season and how he could burn the 49ers in Week 7.
Week 7 preview: Saints vs. Seahawks
Chris Simms doesn't like the matchup for Geno Smith and the Seahawks against Jameis Winston and the Saints and Mike Florio leans in the same direction.
Week 7 preview: Panthers vs. Giants
If the Carolina coaching staff gets it together, Chris Simms and Mike Florio easily see Sam Darnold and the Panthers taking down the Giants in Week 7.
Week 7 preview: Texans vs. Cardinals
Houston at Arizona features the biggest spread of the week at -17.5, and all signs point to the Cardinals being able to cover against the Texans according to Chris Simms and Mike Florio.
Week 7 preview: Colts vs. 49ers
The 49ers' Sunday Night Football matchup has become a crucial game if they want to stay in the playoff picture, but Carson Wentz and the Colts could give them quite a run for their money.
Week 7 best bets: Bucs offense 'different animal'
Chris Simms and Mike Florio give their best bets for Week 7 matchups including the New Orleans Saints, Philadelphia Eagles and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers offense.
Week 7 preview: Bears vs. Buccaneers
Chris Simms and Mike Florio are confident Tom Brady and the Buccaneers offense can get the job done in Week 7 as they play host to the Bears.
Latavius Murray, Sammy Watkins miss another practice
It’s looking more likely that the Ravens will be playing without running back Latavius Murray and wide receiver Sammy Watkins when they host the Bengals this Sunday. Murray and Watkins missed a second...
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Matt LaFleur: We’re fortunate to get someone like Whitney Mercilus at this point in the season
Needing a boost to their group of edge rushers, the Packers signed former Texan Whitney Mercilus this week. Mercilus, 31, has been a consistent presence for Houston since the team drafted him in the first...
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Tom Brady saw last year’s loss to Bears as an opportunity to learn from mistakes
One of the biggest mistakes of Tom Brady‘s career happened last year in Chicago, when he threw an incomplete pass on the Buccaneers’ last offensive play of the game, appearing to think it was...
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