Tagged - NFL

NFL players consider their future in negotiations with team owners

The NFL players association will soon vote yes or no on a deal that determines the future of the league. What are the costs and benefits?

We don’t care enough about actual games

Sports media puts a heavy focus on off-the-field stories, but is that what fans want to see?

Super Bowl: Fun to say, not to eat

Super bowl parties can be fun, or at least entertaining, as long as you avoid allergens.

Is there room for more pro football in the US?

The XFL is back, but will it last longer than its ill-fated predecessor?

Why I choose to not support the D.C. football team

Hometown loyalties are less important than standing against racist imagery.

An uphill battle for Tyreek Hill

NFL  stars getting into legal trouble is nothing new, but the stance the league takes against the player has no…

Kraft needs a hefty punishment

Last Friday, New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft was charged with two misdemeanor counts of solicitation of prostitution. His lawyer plead not guilty on his behalf and requested a non-jury trial.

Are NFL rule changes making the league ‘soft’?

The NFL Competition Committee has made couple of significant changes to their rulebook that have left the NFL community with mixed feelings. There have been more rule changes, but I’d like to focus on use of helmet, the catch rule, and protection of the quarterback.

Winners and losers of the NFL draft

Thursday night in Arlington, Texas, many NFL teams began a draft they were hoping would reshape their franchise. The scouts called this draft class one of the best and deepest in recent years. All eyes were on the Cleveland Browns with the first pick and the most needs of any team.

Everybody Talks: There’s a lot out there

These are questions I try to answer every week. I’ve thought a lot about why I’ve become so fascinated with the crossroads of sports, feminism, and society. I’ve thought about how this is a movement not just for me, but for all of you, too.