NFL Under Fire: Latest Domestic Abuse ControversiesThe NFL’s domestic abuse controversy isn’t going away anytime soon, as more and more players are being accused of violent actions.
NFL Considering Expanded Playoffs For 2014NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said Wednesday that it's possible the NFL playoffs could expand next season, adding two extra teams.
Report: NFLPA May Fight Further Incognito SuspensionsWhile guard Richie Incognito is no longer a headache for the Miami Dolphins or its fans, the National Football League still has yet to weigh in on how it will discipline Incognito for his actions while a member of the Dolphins.
Report: Martin Meeting With Wells For 2nd TimeThe NFL’s lead investigator in the Jonathan Martin case will be meeting with the Dolphins offensive lineman Thursday for a second round of interviewing, according to ESPN.com.
Fla. House Business Moving At Snail's PaceThe Florida House of Representatives started work Wednesday the exact same way they ended work on Tuesday, with a robotic computer program reading every word of every bill at the request of House Democrats.
Goodell Said Super Bowl Will Be Back In New OrleansSuper Bowl XLVII will be remembered as much for being the night the lights went out in New Orleans as the Ravens winning. But, according to the NFL, a power outage and massive delay in the game is acceptable, but if it rains, that might be a step too far.
Tagliabue Overturns Punishments In Saints Bounty CasePaul Tagliabue affirmed Roger Goodell's findings in the Saints bounty case but, in a stunning turn of events, vacated all player discipline handed out to Jonathan Vilma (one year), Anthony Hargrove, Scott Fujita and Will Smith.
Report: Jonathan Vilma Suspension OverturnedAn appeals panel has overturned the suspensions of four New Orleans Saints players for their role in the alleged bounty case where players were rewarded for intentionally injuring opponents, according to SI.com’s Jim Trotter.
Goodell Warns Of NFL ArmageddonAs the court system continues to grind ahead in the lawsuit between the players and the owners, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell took to the Wall Street Journal to issue a stark warning about what could happen if no agreement is put together.