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Ian Crouch on the N.F.L.'s poor TV ratings this season, and how the divisiveness surrounding the Clinton/Trump election seeped into discussions of football.
Keegan-Michael Key to host NFL Honors in Houston
Keegan Michael-Key, Emmy-award winning actor, writer and creator, will take the stage as host of NFL Honors on Saturday, Feb. 4 at the Wortham Theater Center in Houston. The two-hour primetime awards special recognizing the NFL's best players, ...
Matt Ryan, Falcons expected to explore contract extension
Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan appears to be the favorite to win the MVP for 2016, and it might be time to cash in like one. The Falcons and Ryan are expected to explore a contract extension this offseason, sources say, despite Ryan having two years ...
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Fire alarm pulled at Steelers' hotel Sunday morning
A fire alarm was pulled early Sunday morning at the Steelers' team hotel in Boston, but the team downplayed the incident, saying none of the players or coaches had to evacuate their rooms. Burt Lauten, the Steelers' Director of Communications, told NFL ...
Police arrest man for pulling fire alarm at Pittsburgh Steelers' hotel
Fire alarm goes off at 3 a.m. at Steelers' hotel, 25-year-old man arrested
How'd you sleep? Steelers get hit with familiar late-night prank
Thomas: It's all about the QBs in NFL's final four
“It's very hard to be good over time if you really don't have an elite quarterback — or a top-tier quarterback,” said Rick Venturi, a longtime NFL defensive coach and now a radio and TV football analyst based in Indianapolis. “This year is magnificent ...
NFL Preview: Championship Match-Ups Prove Teams Without Elite QB's Wasting Time
Matt Ryan's legacy on the line in epic duel with Aaron Rodgers
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NFL Draft: Here's who shined at East-West Shrine Game, NFLPA Collegiate Bowl
When it comes to the postseason all-star games, next week's Senior Bowl generates most of the attention from media and fans but there was plenty of talent on display Saturday in the East-West Shrine Game and the NFLPA Collegiate Bowl, as well. Lorenzo ...
What we learned from Shrine Game: Moreau could be 1st-rounder
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Patriots open to trading backup QB Jimmy Garoppolo
NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport said Sunday on NFL GameDay Morning that the Patriots will listen to offers for the quarterback, but it's not a given Jimmy G will get shipped out to the top bidder. "The Patriots are open to trading Jimmy Garoppolo and ...
Steelers' Antonio Brown has six-figure deal with Facebook
Brown also broke the NFL's social media policy for posting content before reporters had completed their postgame duties. The league will look at how the Steelers punish Brown, and if the team fines him, don't expect the NFL to issue another fine.
Antonio Brown's Reported Facebook Contract Might Explain Controversial Live Stream
Ranking the remaining NFL teams' winning streaks
Jordy Nelson (ribs) expected to play vs. Falcons
After missing last week's win against the Cowboys, Jordy Nelson is expected to play with fractured ribs, a source informed told NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport. Fellow wideouts Davante Adams (ankle) and Geronimo Allison (hamstring), both who Packers ...
NFL Rumors: Packers' Jordy Nelson Likely To Play Vs. Falcons In NFC Championship Game
NFL title games feature 4 extremely durable QBs
Yet the numbers that might define Tom Brady, Ben Roethlisberger, Aaron Rodgers and Matt Ryan as much as any other on their eye-popping, fantasy football league-winning stat lines might 39, 34, 33 and 31 -- the ages of the quarterbacks in the NFL's ...
Is this the best QB final four in NFL history?