Newsday's Bob Glauber goes the extra yard for the inside scoop on the NFL.
Sorry, Ed Hochuli fans. You're going to have to wait a few more days to see those guns flex on a first down call or a too many men on the field call (our favorite).
The referee for Thursday night's Ravens-Browns game -- the first of the 2012 season with real referees instead of replacement officals -- will be Gene Steratore.
The NFL on Thursday announced the crew working the game, which...Read more »
If the Jets are indeed a "circus," what does that make the NFL's debacle over referees?
In last night's Monday Night Football game between the Green Bay Packers and Seattle Seahawks, the replacement refs finally had an impact on the outcome of the game.
In the last play of the game, with the Packers leading 12-7, Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson took the snap from within...Read more »
In a statement issued by the NFL about the final play of last night’s Seahawks-Packers game, in which a touchdown was awarded to the Seahawks on a pass from Russell Wilson to wide receiver Golden Tate, the league said the correct call was made.
Video replays appeared to show that Packers safety M.D. Jennings came down with the ball first, but according to the league’s officiating department,...Read more »
In the aftermath of the controversial touchdown call in last night’s Packers-Seahawks game that gave Seattle the win, a handful of Packers fans protested today outside Lambeau Field. They joined a growing chorus of fans around the country who are sick and tired of the NFL’s failure to reach an agreement with its regular officials.
“I’m disappointed with the integrity of the game,” Tyler Detke,...Read more »
Another wild and wacky – and ridiculously unpredictable – week in the NFL. A look back at the best and worst of Week 3: Game of the week: Ravens 31, Patriots 30
In a rematch of last season’s AFC Championship Game, the Ravens gain a measure of revenge in a shootout win over the Pats. Joe Flacco throws for three TDs, and Ryan Tucker wins it with a field goal at the buzzer. Offensive player of...Read more »
Concerned about how coaches are interacting with replacement officials, the NFL has reached out to the owners, general managers and coaches of all 32 teams this week to remind them that poor on-field behavior toward the officials will not be tolerated, according to an ESPN report.
Coaches including coach John Fox of the Broncos and Jim Harbaugh of the 49ers were seen screaming at officials...Read more »
Actor Sean Astin, known mostly for his role in "Rudy," donned the navy and gold jacket once more to help a few NFL rookies.
Watch the video above for some of the more comedic moments from the "Pepsi Max NFL Rookies Premiere."
Astin's co-stars include Robert Griffin III (Redskins), Brian Quick (Rams), Russell Wilson (Seahawks) and Dwayne Allen (Colts)....Read more »
NFL Films President Steve Sabol, who captured the essence of the league with such brilliant and imaginative cinematography, died today at the age of 69 after a long battle with brain cancer.
He left behind an unmistakable imprint on the league with his memorable pieces that depicted life in the NFL and showed viewers a unique side of the sport with sideline shots and in-game footage. Sabol...Read more »
Bears quarterback Jay Cutler, who has taken plenty of criticism in the wake of his move to bump left tackle JaMarcus Webb during last Thursday's game against the Packers, said he should have thought better of making contact with his teammate. But he didn't apologize for yelling at him for poor pass protection.
"I probably shouldn't have bumped him," Cutler said during...Read more »
Just hours after the Falcons beat the Broncos on Monday night at the Georgia Dome, Falcons running back Michael Turner was arrested and jailed on charges of driving while intoxicated and speeding.
Turner, 30, was booked into the Gwinnett County jail just after 5 a.m. He spent nearly two hours behind bars before being released on $2,179 bond, according to jail records.
Per the Associated...Read more »