The NFL owners have approved four significant rule changes. It's a mixed bag, but they all change the game in some form. Let's review and rate!
Surprisingly, the NFL has not remained tone deaf on this issue. They are loosening up celebration rules. Fun is once again allowed in football.
Great news for the always injury-riddled Green Bay Packers. Teams will reportedly now be able to bring two players back from injured reserve.
In our ongoing look at injuries in the NFL and how the league is trying to prevent them, we look at a 68-year-old mistake: the helmet.
Statistics tell us that rookies get injured much more often than players later in their careers. The Green Bay Packers regularly play a lot of rookies...
We don't like the NFL's arcane rules on celebrations. Now they are producing a video to educate players. Martellus Bennett: start ranting.
Helmet-to-helmet hits and hits on defenseless players are possibly the biggest problem for the NFL. Here are the rules and how they might be adapted.
A look at the Green Bay Packers' players who are under 200 pounds is also a look at the injury report. What is too small for the NFL? It seems pretty clear.
Injuries now have to be the main area of concern for the NFL. How will injuries affect the future of the game and the Green Bay Packers? We'll investigate.
The highest-graded NFL officials get playoff assignments, but it didn't look like the officials in the Packers' win over Dallas knew what they were doing.
Celebration rules, for one. Nobody knows how to interpret them, other than you should do nothing. Just ask Davante Adams, who got penalized and fined.
Green Bay Packers defensive lineman Mike Pennel appears headed toward another suspension, but he's taken the step to sue the NFL first.
The NFL has new rules regarding the injury report, which is probably only notable if you're a gambler. It's probable that Bill Belichick had a hand in them.
Facing an unwarranted suspension, Green Bay Packers linebackers Clay Matthews and Julius Peppers have agreed to meet with the NFL's PED investigators.
The NFL has made an offer to fans who attended the Hall of Fame game to make right. Why did they do this? Only because they got sued, of course.
The standoff between the NFL and NFLPA over these drug investigations is at a stand off and Clay Matthews and Julius Peppers are in the middle of it. Now, an ultimatum.