The Miami Dolphins are swamped with allegations of player bullying. Richie Incognito is accused of harassing teammate Jonathan Martin. Josh Levin of Slate joined Bill to discuss the situation.
After a 7-0 start, the Kansas City Chiefs have given their fans something to roar about, and as Only A Game’s Greg Echlin reports, the crowds at Arrowhead Stadium are happy to oblige.
The Pittsbugh Steelers have had a difficult season on the field, but they still have some of the most loyal fans in all of football. Reporter Lauren Ober shares a picture of Steeler Nation.
Eli Manning has earned two Super Bowl rings. But this year he also has earned an record and a league-high 15 interceptions. The Wall Street Journal’s Jonathan Clegg joins BIll Littlefield to discuss Manning and the Giants’ abysmal start.
After weeks of anticipation, the Frontline documentary “League of Denial” aired Tuesday. The movie–and its accompanying book–sharply criticize the NFL’s handling of the concussion crisis. But will anything change? Bill Littlefield weighs in.
Reporter Katie O’Brien gets the scoop on what is happening with the Chicago Bears under new head coach Marc Trestman.
An excerpt from “Slow Getting Up” by Nate Jackson.
NFL superstars are only a handful of the players who make up the league. Nate Jackson, NFL veteran and author, joins Bill Littlefield to discuss his memoir ‘Slow Getting Up’ and the life of the sport’s most expendable players.
At 37 years old, Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning may be having the best season of his career. Benjamin Hochman of the Denver Post joins Bill Littlefield.
Local TV stations apologizing for broadcasting the games? Retired NBA players offering to play quarterback? Just what is happening to the sad luck Jacksonville Jaguars and the rest of Florida’s NFL teams? George Diaz of the Orlando Sentinel joins Bill to explain.