Newsday's Bob Glauber goes the extra yard for the inside scoop on the NFL.
An emotion-packed comeback in honor of the head coach now stricken with cancer. More AFC East domination by the 49ers. A hideous display by Chiefs fans. And a record-setting moment for Drew Brees that even the Bounty-gate suspensions couldn’t ruin.
That and more as we await Jets-Texans tonight and look back on a Week 5 filled with the usual assortment of surprises, upsets and drama-filled...Read more »
A little more than two weeks after one of the most controversial calls in NFL history resulted in a dramatic win for the Seahawks over the Packers, the replacement referee who officiated the game admitted he essentially blew the call.
A Hail Mary pass from Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson to Golden Tate was ruled a touchdown, even though it appeared replays showed that Packers defensive...Read more »
Much was made of the exchange between Bears quarterback Jay Cutler and offensive coordinator Mike Tice during Monday night's Bears-Cowboys game, during which Cutler walked away from Tice as he attempted to talk to Cutler on the bench. But Tice said today the two are fine.
"Jay and I are good,” Tice said, via Kevin Seifert of ESPN.com. “I really admired his play the other night....Read more »
Former Giants tight end Kevin Boss, who missed games in the 2008 and 2010 season with concussions, suffered another in Week 2 and is now out for the season.
The Chiefs made the announcement today.
"Kevin was disappointed … we’re disappointed, because we thought he was a good addition to the team,” Chiefs head coach Romeo Crennel said. “We felt like he would be able to...Read more »
Another wacky week in the NFL, filled with comebacks, blowouts, big plays and small ones – or, in the Jets’ case, very small ones. A look back at the good, the bad and everything in between:
(Hey, refs, good to have you guys back) ...
Karma, Part I: Less than a week after being awarded a controversial win over the Packers on a botched call on the final play, the Seahawks came crashing...Read more »
Colts first-year head coach Chuck Pagano has been diagnosed with a form of leukemia, and will miss the next several games while undergoing treatment, according to the Indianapolis Star.
Pagano had complained of severe fatigue in recent weeks, and chalked it up to the grind of the NFL season. But after undergoing tests, it was determined that he has acute promyelocytic leukemia.
Pagano,...Read more »