'Your papers, please' must never be heard in America
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Jack Butler, who helped revolutionize the way cornerbacks played in the NFL during his Hall of Fame career with the Pittsburgh Steelers, died Saturday after a lengthy battle with a staph infection. He was 85.
Eleven days after he was cut by the New York Jets, Tim Tebow's future plans remain up in the air.
Jarvis Jones is not James Harrison. For one thing, there's the hair.
Washington tried twice in free agency to sign a top cornerback but could not complete a deal with Aqib Talib, who re-signed with New England, or Antoine Winfield, who chose Seattle after visiting Redskins Park. On Friday, though, the Redskins can handpick their man.
Let's take a look at some of the rich history and traditions of one of the National Football League's most important events of the year.
The Bengals added a long-time nemesis to their defense on Tuesday, signing former Steelers linebacker James Harrison to a two-year deal.
Pittsburgh Steelers nose tackle Alameda Ta'amu was sentenced Thursday to 18 months of probation after pleading guilty to reckless endangerment, resisting arrest and drunken driving stemming from a series of crashes and a police chase last fall.
Former Pittsburgh Steelers standout Kordell Stewart has filed for divorce from his reality- television-star wife.
The NFL believes it made pro football safer, particularly for defensive players, with rule changes passed at the owners meetings.
If it was good enough for football's greatest running back, NFL owners figure, it should work in the 21st century.
The NFL is looking to make the Rooney Rule more effective after eight available coaching jobs and seven for general managers did not go to a minority candidate.
James Harrison's snarling tenacity made the Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker one of the NFL's most intimidating players for nearly a decade.
Right tackles generally aren't valued as highly as left tackles, largely because right tackles don't protect a right-handed quarterback's blind side. That creates an interesting dichotomy when it comes to drafting them.
The political correctness police have started their ritual (it happens about every 10 years or so) of beating the drums to change the name of the Washington Redskins to something less "offensive." I suggest the new name of the local NFL team be the Washington Thinskins.
Since the regular season ended in December, eight head coaches and seven general managers were hired. None were minorities.