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Saints fans can turn to the Lord with their prayers for better officiating

If the NFL isn’t going to throw a flag, Christ Episcopal Church will. Via Kim Chatelain of the New Orleans Times-Picayune comes the latest installment in Saints fans finding a way to vent their anger

Freddie Kitchens was sad to see Browns stadium empty in January

The Browns haven’t played in a playoff game since 2002, but new head coach Freddie Kitchens is looking for more than just a return to the postseason. It has been 24 years since the city of Cleveland

Bengals say Senior Bowl isn’t “dramatically different” without coach in place

The Bengals parted ways with Marvin Lewis after 16 years, but they don’t have a new head coach in place yet. They are set to hire Rams quarterbacks coach Zac Taylor after the Super Bowl and still have

Jerry Jones sidesteps questions about Jason Garrett’s future

The owners who talk all the time had surprisingly little to say when asked about the future of their head coach. Cowboys coach Jason Garrett is entering the final year of his contract. But when

A Nickell Robey-Coleman fine could be the closest the league comes to admitting error

It’s Day Four since the non-call heard ’round the world, and the NFL has yet to say anything about it. By the weekend, the league could be saying something about it, indirectly. The video that shows

Mitchell Trubisky balances “heartbeaking” loss with Pro Bowl invite

Bears quarterback Mitchell Trubisky said the way his team lost in the playoffs was “kind of heartbreaking.” But he’s in the Pro Bowl and gets to spend the week in Orlando, and how awesome is that?

Gerald McCoy embraces change, which may mean a change of scenery

The Gerald McCoy era may be nearing an end in Tampa Bay. McCoy, the Buccaneers’ six-time Pro Bowl defensive tackle, has had a few things to say on Twitter recently that may be cryptic allusions to the

Sean McVay turns 33, half Bill Belichick’s age

Happy birthday to Rams head coach Sean McVay, who turns 33 today. McVay is 33 while the coach across the field from him in Super Bowl LIII, Bill Belichick, is 66. Their 33-year age difference is the

Fritz Pollard Alliance proposing expansion of coaching, scouting fellowships for minorities

The Fritz Pollard Alliance is proposing an expansion of fellowships for minority candidates in coaching and scouting roles with NFL teams. According to Jenna Laine of, Fritz Pollard Alliance

Cadillac Williams to coach running backs at Auburn

Former Tampa Bay Buccaneers running back Carnell “Cadillac” Williams is returning to his alma mater to serve as running backs coach at the University of Auburn. The school announced Williams addition

Andrew Whitworth: Blaming officials for missed call is “an excuse”

Andrew Whitworth is 37 years old, in his 13th season, and before this season, the Rams left tackle had never won a playoff game. He was 0-for-7 until the Rams beat the Cowboys and then the Saints to

Jake Matthews a late Pro Bowl addition, replacing Trent Williams

Falcons offensive tackle Jake Matthews is headed to his first career Pro Bowl. Matthews was a late addition to the NFC team, the Falcons announced Wednesday night. He will replace Washington left

49ers win millions in taxes

The 49ers haven’t done much winning on the field in recent years. They recently secured a big win away from it. According to Daniel Kaplan o SportsBusiness Daily, the Santa Clara County Tax Assessment

U.S. Congressman wants Roger Goodell to testify before an antitrust subcommittee

Commissioner Roger Goodell probably shouldn’t worry about a lawsuit filed in New Orleans over the blown call at the end of the NFC Championship. Goodell probably should worry (at least a little bit)

Arthur Blank isn’t concerned about Super Bowl security

With the federal government shut down and no apparently easy way for Congress to give the President a non-victory that can be characterized as a victory, concerns have emerged regarding security in

Eric Weddle willing to play elsewhere if things don’t work out with Ravens

Eric Weddle has changed his tune about either playing for Baltimore in 2019 or not playing at all. Although the safety “obviously” wants to return to the Ravens, Weddle admitted Wednesday he is not

Rooney sounds more open to an Antonio Brown return

Steelers owner Art Rooney II has previously said it is “hard to envision” wide receiver Antonio Brown playing for the team this year, but he may be softening that stance. Asked today by a Steelers fan

Stephen Jones: Front office doesn’t dictate where balls go, only decides who we pay

Cole Beasley likely departs the Cowboys in the offseason for more money — and, he hopes, more opportunities — after seven seasons in Dallas. The Cowboys receiver becomes a free agent in March. Beasley

Three days later, no public statement from NFL about Rams-Saints

In the immediate aftermath of the NFC Championship game, the NFL privately apologized to the Saints — and intended to publicly acknowledge the blown no-call of pass interference that robbed the Saints

49ers hopeful Jimmy Garoppolo can return for OTAs

Jimmy Garoppolo tore the anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee in a Sept. 23 game against the Chiefs. Four months later, the 49ers quarterback is throwing to running back Jerick McKinnon. He and