One option would be pushing back the game a day or two. Another would be relocating the game outside of Orchard Park, which is blanketed by about 5 feet of snow.
Commissioner Roger Goodell on Tuesday suspended Peterson without pay for the rest of the season and told him he will not be considered for reinstatement before April 15 for his violation of the NFL personal conduct policy.
While Griffin may have been lashing out at critics with his Belichick-like performance Wednesday, he was right about one thing — he needs to focus on Sunday’s game in San Francisco against the 49ers.
Morgan Moses played 65 of his 72 snaps this season after replacing the injured Trent Williams in Sunday’s loss to Tampa Bay. If Williams can’t go against the 49ers — and he desperately wants to — it’ll be up to the U.Va. product to hold down the left side of the line.
Williams has battled several injuries during parts of five seasons, but hasn’t missed a game because of one since 2011, when he sprained the MCL in his left knee.
I’m going to take you into the mind of a man. A man who has played fantasy football for all but one year of his adult life. A man who is clinging to what is left of his credibility. A man who desperately wants to make the playoffs.
Once again, it’s time to check off some items on my “TIDU List” — Things I Don’t Understand:
The Bills are hoping to round up 500 people working three shifts around the clock to clear the facility.
Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III stuck to his talking points as he met with the media Wednesday. A selection of his responses as controversy swirls around the 3-7 team and its quarterback:
After making headlines with his comments following Sunday’s loss, Robert Griffin III took a new approach Wednesday, repeating one phrase nine times in response to 24 questions.
Junior Seau, Kurt Warner and Tony Dungy are among 26 semifinalists for the Pro Football Hall of Fame’s class of 2015.
Bailey thanked the Washington Redskins for drafting him with the seventh overall pick in 1999 and the Broncos for bringing him to Denver in the famous 2004 trade for Clinton Portis.