The Dallas Cowboys went 8-8 last season and haven’t reached the playoffs since 2009. Could opening a geometry textbook be the solution to the team’s problems? The Wall Street Journal’s Kevin Clark joins Doug Tribou to explain.
The ’72 Miami Dolphins are finally heading to the White House, which is an excellent reason to look back at our conversation with former Dolphins running back Larry Csonka.
Former Baltimore Colts defensive tackle Art Donovan passed away on Sunday. While Donovan earned a spot in the Pro Football Hall of Fame, Peter Richmond remembers Donovan for much more than his play on the field.
The start of the NFL preseason means one thing: it’s time for other professional sports leagues to start moving out of the way.
Robert Griffin III has played just one season for the Washington Redskins but that didn’t stop Dave Sheinin from penning a book about the NFL’s rising star.
Not long ago, most NFL teams held preseason workouts at remote locations that allowed fans to see their favorite players up close. But today more and more teams are holding training camp at their year-round practice facilities, keeping fans at a distance. One former player is speaking out against the trend.
It wasn’t a typical audience for NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell and Ohio State Head Coach Urban Meyer when they took the stage at a clinic in Columbus, Ohio this week. They were speaking to moms. Reporter Mike Foley has our story.
Journalist Jeff Benedict has spent more than two decades studying the link between football and crime. He joins Bill to discuss how his research applies to former NFL tight end Aaron Hernandez.
Former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez is facing a first degree murder charge. He’s being held without bail as the investigation into the death of semi-pro football player Odin Lloyd continues. Bill Littlefield spoke Tom E. Curran, who covers the Patriots and the NFL for Comcast Sports New England.
Next week the rookies entering the NFL will gather in Aurora, Ohio for a symposium designed to prepare them for life as professional football players. The occasion provides Bill Littlefield with the opportunity to speculate on the program.