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  • AL.comRecord-setter to record-setter, Bobby Humphrey foresees productive NFL career for Derrick HenryAL.comWhen Bobby Humphrey left Alabama for the NFL, he was the Crimson Tide's all-time leader in single-season and career rushing yards, among his many records. The former Glenn High School star then made a smooth transition to the pros, running for 1,151 ...

  • Chicago TribuneThe NFL acts as if it's above science and the law — and that's unacceptableChicago TribuneFirst, a Congressional report condemned the NFL for its "improper" attempt to steer the NIH study of brain diseases afflicting players. Then an appeal by Olson on behalf of Brady to the 2nd Circuit brilliantly destroyed Goodell for running "roughshod ...Roger Goodell defends NFL against accusations in congressional reportWashington PostBell: The NFL can't win for losing in wake of scathing reportUSA TODAYGoodell: NFL advisors weren't consulted in NIH reportNFL.comNew York Times -ESPN -ABC Newsall 301 news articles »

  • SB Nation5 NFL players proving NBA players aren't the only athletes with styleSB NationThe NFL's on-field dress code is so stringent that players are often fined even if they wear the wrong color socks. But once they strip off their jerseys, they're free to express themselves -- people are starting to take notice. Over the last several ...

  • Bleacher ReportMike Freeman's 10-Point Stance: Mark Cuban Talks NFL ExpansionBleacher ReportMark Cuban is one of the smartest people in all of sports. Hell, he's one of the smartest people, period. When he talks, you listen, and what he recently told me about NFL expansion is an interesting listen. I asked Cuban if it was a truly viable ...The NFL would love the mayhem of the Las Vegas RaidersThe Guardian (blog)Mark Davis' Las Vegas aspirations for Raiders remain in limboNFL.comShould NFL be concerned about putting players in Las Vegas?NBCSports.comUSA TODAY -Raiders.comall 108 news articles »

  • ESPN2016 offseason grades for all 32 NFL teamsESPNThirty-one NFL teams earned at least a C-minus mark in our 2016 offseason grades featuring insights from ESPN Insider analysts Bill Polian, Louis Riddick, Mark Dominik and Field Yates. Then there were the Cleveland Browns, who pared back an already ...and more »

  • Bleacher ReportNFL Players Returning from Injury Who Will Make Major Impacts in 2016Bleacher ReportThe 2016 NFL draft is a thing of the past, and this year's edition of free agency has seen it's activity slow to a trickle. It's now time for NFL teams to integrate their new pieces and begin preparing for the regular season. Through all the excitement ...Eddie Lacy at Packers practice: 'I think I look good'NFL.comall 109 news articles »

  • Eric Winston: Report findings are 'microcosm' of how NFL treats playersESPNCINCINNATI -- NFL Players Association president and Cincinnati Bengals offensive tackle Eric Winston slammed the NFL this week, charging that allegations in a recent congressional report on the way the NFL improperly handled its recent concussion study ...

  • CBS NewsNFL announces future Super Bowl locationsCBS NewsThe NFL awarded Super Bowls to Atlanta, Miami and Los Angeles, three cities that made significant financial investments in new stadiums or recently upgraded an existing one. Atlanta will host the game in 2019, followed by Miami (2020) and Los Angeles ...NFL owners award 2019 Super Bowl to AtlantaAtlanta Journal ConstitutionSuper Bowl 2019, 2020 and 2021 Dates, Locations Announced by NFLBleacher ReportAtlanta, South Florida, LA chosen to host Super -TIME -The Boston Globeall 449 news articles »

  • ESPNEugene Monroe urges NFL to end marijuana ban, reduce use of opioidsESPNThe NFL needs to reduce the use of opioids and allow injured players to use medical marijuana, Baltimore Ravens tackle Eugene Monroe wrote in a first-person essay for The Players' Tribune that was published Monday. "The NFL relies heavily on opioids to ...The problem of prescription painkiller addiction in the 19 news articles »

  • New York TimesBubba Smith, NFL Star and Actor, Had CTENew York TimesBubba Smith, an All-Pro defensive end in the N.F.L. who went on to a second career as a movie actor, had chronic traumatic encephalopathy, the degenerative brain disease linked to repeated head trauma, when he died in 2011. The findings were confirmed ...Bubba Smith, Former NFL All-Pro Star and Actor, Diagnosed with CTE After DeathBleacher ReportBubba Smith is the latest deceased NFL player found to have had CTESB NationBubba Smith, the late NFL star and actor, had CTEYahoo Sports (blog)USA TODAY -Chron.comall 63 news articles »

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