While Coughlin may put away his whistle after this season or next, he is still among the best in the game right now.
We haven’t said this in a long time, but the Oakland Raiders did not fool themselves when they drafted Amari Cooper with their first-round draft choice.
Would the Denver Broncos like to trade Peyton Manning to the Houston Texans, or anyone else? You bet they would.
At a certain point, all of the stragglers are going to let it go — the hangers-on who still believe that Tiger Woods has a chance to regain at least some of his past glory and start playing excellent golf once again.
Brad Richards left New York in the most ignominious of fashions. The Rangers had no use for him and issued a compliance buyout of his contract.
While training camp won’t decide anything, it will set the stage for the drama that unfolds during the year. Here are a few of the most worthy stories to follow.
As long as Brady and Manning have been healthy, they have been elite quarterbacks in the league. That era is now over.
Is he strong enough to beat solid horses like Frosted and Materiality, who are rested and ready to roll? I say yes — we’ll see history Saturday at Belmont Park.
The key reason Peterson reported to the Vikings’ OTAs this week is the figure on the check he will see the day after the Vikings play their season opener.
The news of Ryan Clady’s torn ACL is bad news for the Denver Broncos and even worse news for Peyton Manning.
Momentum may look like it favors the Rangers after a huge Game 6 victory in Tampa, but it is a fickle ally. The game plan is what favors New York in Friday’s series-deciding matchup.
The three-headed partnership of Bob Kraft, Bill Belichick and Tom Brady may go on for one more year, but that’s about all that is left for this team.
They will break the Ducks’ hearts, and they will face the Rangers in an epic Stanley Cup Final.
This is the series that the Rangers have been waiting for all season.
Why didn’t the NFL follow its own precedent and decide to sit down the head coach for four games?