This week: Jalen Ramsey threatens his family, Jon Gruden says Khalil Mack started it, Kirk Cousins gets even goofier, and Steve Smith and Michael Irvin get on each other's nerves.
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Khalil Mack gets paid, but Le'Veon Bell is still waiting... and his teammates aren't happy about it. Plus: The secret reason why Jon Gruden came back to the NFL.
This week: tight booties, dirty names, angry coaches, gnarly hairstyles, and Jacksonville's harshest quarterback critic evaluates the passers of the NFL.
Training camps are open! It's time for rookies to report, for butts to get patted, for (video) games to be played, for chicken to be consumed (in Charlotte, not in Ann Arbor), and for all hell to break loose in Dallas.
There is no theme or trend in the quotes this month, so here is a picture of Graham Gano, who kicks balls really far even when he's not on the clock.
This month: salty quarterbacks, salty coaches, salty pass-rushers, and some sweet rookie dance moves.
Most NFL conversation in April focused around the draft, but there was still time for the Dalai Lama, varmint tracking, sneakers, inappropriate funeral proceedings, and making fun of nerds.
Our examination of this year's draft grades finds plenty of love for the Broncos and a lot of scorn for the Seahawks. The draft will likely be remembered, though, for Buffalo's trade up for Josh Allen, a move that drew praise and ridicule alike.
This month: surprising combine performances, good and bad; bizarre questions from prospect interviews; and reaction to some of the biggest moves in free agency.
It's combine time, which means NFL discussion is focused on the usual matters: cryptocurrency, Flat Earth conspiracies, fake IDs, and malt liquor.