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Latest James Harrison Items
Apparently players aren't the only people suffering debilitating headaches these days, and worse. The NFL brass is downright delusional if they think the laws already on the books are tough enough to make the problem go away.
Seattle Seahawks safety Lawyer Milloy woke up at 5 a.m. Wednesday morning and couldn't go back to sleep knowing that as an 15-year veteran, he'd be asked about the NFL's increased punishment for helmet-to-helmet hits.
Ray Lewis is worried about what's happening to his sport.
They're not sure how they're supposed to tackle. They're also confused about why they must change the way they've played football for years.
Steelers one week. Super Bowl champs the next.
NFL players are wondering what's happening to their game.
The NFL has taken down photos that were for sale of illegal hits that earned players large fines.
Brandon Meriweather says he's sorry for his helmet-on-helmet hit on Todd Heap, and the New England Patriots safety promised Wednesday to "play within the rules" from now on.
This time, James Harrison sacked himself.