The controversy over the name of our area’s NFL team has been a hot topic this year. Seemingly everyone has weighed in on the topic in recent months.
Roger Goodell met with the media at the NFL Owners Meetings in Arizona. Goodell said he has informed Washington that it won’t be getting any salary cap space back.
The Washington Redskins and the NFL are in the middle of a high stakes game of poker, and Roger Goodell is calling Daniel Snyder’s bluff.
Is America ready for an openly gay athlete in professional sports? Columnist Jason Whitlock thinks so, but suggests it will take someone powerful stepping out in support of such an admission before an NFL player is brave enough to do so himself.
Roger Goodell addressed the media Thursday afternoon via conference call to explain the NFL and it’s officials finally reached an agreement to end the referee lockout and finally get those replacement refs off the field.
Researchers published a study indicating that former NFL players are unusually prone to dying from degenerative brain disease.
Andrew Brandt, president and founder of The National Football Post lent his vast knowledge to Holden Kushner and Danny Rouhier today in the twilight of the Redskins and Cowboys having their cases against the NFL turned away by the league arbitrator. He broke the entire litigation process down in plain English, and also provided a juicy nugget about Lavar.
Chad Ochocinco proposed an interesting potential solution to the problem of funding the medical bills for ex-NFL players — use the fines imposed by the league on current players.
NFL owners passed the playoff overtime rule for the regular season Wednesday.
Retired Redskin Fred Smoot joined Holden and Danny today to discuss a litany of problems looming over the franchise, and managed to crush the league commissioner and a former teammate during his visit.