Will Smith has a new movie coming out called Concussion. He plays Dr. Bennet Omalu, who discovered CTE and in the process stuck it to the scumbags who run the NFL.
NFL preseason football. For the most part, it's a steaming pile of bullshit. Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodges would like you to know he knows it.
In what has become the norm for the Packers during this regime, they boast a 90 man roster that is the youngest in the league.
We kid, of course. Mason Crosby will be just fine, but some other NFL kickers may not be. The league decided to move PATs from the 2 back to the 15-yard line.
The schedule for the Packers' 2015 preseason was released yesterday, and as uninteresting as the preseason may be, this schedule has a little ... spice.
The NFL owners have their annual spring break meeting starting today. Possible rule changes on the table include another expansion of the use of replay.
The NFL's salary cap is increasing by $10 million in 2015, which means the Green Bay Packers have more than $30 to spend, if they so choose. Here's how that money gets used.
The NFL updated some of their rules this past week and that's swell. Here are some rules that are sorely in need up updating, with a big focus on penalties.
They're changing rules at the NFL owners meeting this week! Or at least they're talking about doing so. Here are the most interesting potential rule changes.
The Green Bay Packers said they'd change their playoff ticket policy after fans let them have it last season. Well, the NFL beat them to the punch today.
Paying a quarterback top dollar can prevent a team from fielding a top-tier defense. So which is better? A top QB or a top defense? We break down the stats.
CBS scored. They'll be taking over eight Thursday night contests from the NFL Network in 2014. That's the bad news. The good news is Saturday games are back.
The NFL has been talking about making changes to the game, including adding an extra playoff team. Here are some better suggestions for the league.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell has been talking up potential plans to expand the playoffs and eliminate the extra point. Green Bay Packers president Mark Murphy is on board.
Former Green Bay Packers end Gary Knafelc is pissed at the NFLPA for not taking care of players from his era, saying the organization hopes they all die. He has a point.
The NFL's recent mega-contracts signed by the likes of Calvin Johnson and Joe Flacco make one thing clear. Guaranteed money is here to stay. The Packers will certainly follow the trend.