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  • Roger Goodell’s NFL continues to embrace the offensive

    I was busted for porn Friday. And I blame Roger Goodell. As my wife passed by the computer in my office, she stopped to glare at the screen then issued a scold: “Very, nice. You’ve got porn on your screen.” Huh? What? “Yeah, that stripper’s rear end.” Huh? What? Turns out the shots she pointed

    New York Post
  • Todd McShay too distraught to watch NFL Draft during ‘dark’ coronavirus battle

    Todd McShay opened up about how difficult it was to miss out on ESPN’s 2020 NFL Draft coverage last month as he was battling the coronavirus. “It got really dark in the hospital,” the longtime draft analyst said on Adam Schefter’s podcast Wednesday. “I knew the draft was going on and I couldn’t watch it

    New York Post
  • Re-Drafting the 2003 NFL Draft

    This offseason, Bleacher Report is imagining how every NFL draft this century would go down if teams could jump into Dr. Emmett L. Brown's retrofitted DMC DeLorean and go back in time

    Bleacher Report
  • Re-Drafting the 2002 NFL Draft

    This offseason, Bleacher Report is imagining how every NFL draft this century would go down if teams could jump into Dr. Emmett L. Brown's retrofitted DMC DeLorean and go back in time

    Bleacher Report
  • Re-Drafting the 2001 NFL Draft

    The 2001 season was a big one in NFL history. At the end of it in New Orleans, one team's hopes for a dynasty were dashed. Another's just began. But long before the St

    Bleacher Report
  • Polling Place: How good a watch will the NFL be if there aren’t any fans in the seats?

    Photo by Thomas B. Shea/Getty Images Does one major pro sport stand to lose more than the others, in terms of the TV viewing experience, if fans are barred from attending? That’s question No. 1 in your weekly home for Sun-Times sports polls on Twitter. If all goes well — “well” being quite the relative term in 2020 — there will be a return to pro sports in America fairly soon. The NBA and NHL will reawaken in time to play out their postseasons. Baseball will come — perhaps in early July — to...

    Chicago Sun-Times
  • Roger Goodell’s plan to fix NFL’s diversity issue is part of problem

    Between us, if I were the commissioner of the NFL and I suspected that a team was practicing institutionalized racism in hiring team executives and coaches, I’d see to it, and pronto, that it end, serious consequences to follow. But that’s not how Roger Goodell operates. He prefers to perform as the pandering Great White

    New York Post