All 32 NFL teams are back in training camp, and coaches and trainers are finding out how well their players stayed conditioned during the lockout. We checked in with camps around the league to see how players and fans are reacting to the return to normalcy. Bill Littlefield reports.
Everybody who sighed with relief at the news that there will be football in the fall provides evidence that the NFL won, says Bill Littlefield.
Myra Kraft, a leading philanthropist and the wife of New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft, has died at the age of 68 after a battle with cancer. Bill Littlefield reflects on Mrs. Kraft’s legacy of dedication and generosity.
With the possibility of a NFL lockout next season, players are looking for other employment opportunities, just in case. Bill Littlefield spoke with Patriots’ wide receiver, Darnell Jenkins, about his emergency plans.
Don’t send in the clowns! Bill Littlefield and Only A Game analyst Charlie Pierce discuss: Trevor Hoffman “closing out” his career in the majors, Week 2 of the NFL playoffs, and a defunct circus in Belarus.
Every team has their pregame rituals, but this one might strike you as a little…hairy. Bill examines the preferred barber of the New England Patriots. We hear the experiences of the players getting their ears lowered and from the man behind the clippers.
Despite the trash talking between the two teams, the Jets and Patriots aren’t the only ones playing during Week 2 of the NFL playoffs. Bill talks with CBS columnist Gregg Doyel about which teams have the edge to advance to the Championship round and beyond.
Tensions are beginning to flare as Week Two of the NFL Playoffs approach. Bill Littlefield discusses the much anticipated Jets vs. Patriots game, as well as the drama that surrounds it.
New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady has not thrown an interception since October and has not lost a home game since 2006. With the Pats eyeing home field advantage in the playoffs, Bill asks ESPNBoston.com’s Mike Reiss if there’s any NFL team that can challenge New England.
Last week was an especially brutal one for the NFL. A number of players who delivered illegal hits received hefty fines, and the league said further infractions may be met with suspensions. Players like Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker James Harrison and New England Patriots safety Brandon Meriweather were not pleased with the news, but Bill Littlefield thinks the NFL may finally be on its way to making its players safer.