This week: It's Tua time in Miami, good times in Kansas City, bad times in Cleveland, and desperate times in New York. Meanwhile, in Philadelphia, Daniel Jones falls down.
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This week: the latest on the NFL's attempt to play football during a pandemic; coaches speak on departed players, sick dance moves, and gutsy play calls; Russell Wilson honors another Seattle sports star; and Bill Belichick remains Bill Belichick.
This week: Tom Brady learns to count, Matt Patricia defends himself, Mo Alie-Cox goes all Stuart Smalley, Packers players reflect on Green Bay's small-town charm, we re-visit USC-era Pete Carroll, and Adam Thielen does the Griddy.
This week: Super Lamar meets his Lex Luthor; the 49ers' backups get a dominant win; DeAndre Hopkins reflects on his heritage; Mike Leach arrives in the SEC; Cam Newton renames the Patriots; Philip Rivers uses grownup words; and Kyle Van Noy reveals that football players are, in fact, gross.
This week: quarterbacks trade grooming tips and insults; coaches try to explain themselves in New York, Atlanta, and Minnesota; running backs want wide receivers to get paid; Cam Newton has a salad; and Jacksonville's mascot has a busy night on Thursday Night Football.
This week: Mitchell Trubisky reflects on Chicago's comeback win over Detroit; Cam Jordan and Bill Belichick share their thoughts on fan-less games; Robby Anderson learns about wildlife; and the Chargers play video games on a TV that's better than yours.
This week: Patrick Mahomes and Dak Prescott show that there's more to life than football; Tre'Davious White, Keenan Allen, and Deshaun Watson talk about what they can do after their new contracts; and multiple sources confirm that Laquon Treadwell sucks.
This week: the Chiefs get their rings, Bill Belichick sells foot-longs, Bruce Arian explains his depth chart, and ... did we mention that the Chiefs got their rings?
This week: the football world continues to react to the pandemic and social injustice. Plus: Joe Judge lays down the law in New York, Bruce Arians is his usual charming self, the Steelers do some competitive bonding, and Chad Ochocinco shares some unusual pregame drills.
In the NFL, they're going back to work. In some college conferences, they're taking the year off. Others are trying to play, and believe us, the players have some comments about that. The Week in Quotes covers all angles of the return to football.