Former NFL tight end Ben Utecht knows all about concussions, suffering at least five of them during his playing days. He joins Bill Littlefield to weigh in on the newest NFL effort to promote player safety.
The wives of 26 NFL Hall of Famers sent a letter to the league and its players’ association stating that both organizations have neglected the needs of players whose careers ended in 1993 or earlier. Gerri DeLamielleure, whose husband Joe was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2003, joins Bill Littlefield.
Citing health risks, San Francisco 49ers linebacker Chris Borland retired on Monday after just one season in the NFL. New York Giants running back Andre Williams was also a rookie this past season and he joined Bill Littlefield to share his thoughts on Borland’s decision.
Even before NFL free agency officially began last Tuesday, a number of high-profile deals had already been reached. Bleacher Report’s Mike Tanier joins Bill Littlefield to explain what happened.
The 2015 NFL scouting combine takes place this week in Indianapolis. New York Giants offensive lineman Geoff Schwartz was once among the hundreds of prospects trying to impress NFL scouts, and he joins Bill Littlefield to offer a behind-the-scenes look.
When Sean and Rikki McEvoy stopped by a Goodwill in Asheville, N.C. last June, they found a sweater across which was written “West Point.” They bought it for $0.58. Now it’s valued at $20,000. Sean and Rikki join Bill Littlefield to share their story.
Nearly a year ago, Michael Sam came out as gay. The defensive end was then selected in the 7th round of the NFL Draft, but he never played in a regular season game. Is Sam’s sexual orientation keeping teams from signing the free agent? Outsports’ Cyd Zeigler crunched the numbers.
Guy Chamberlin won four pro football titles as a player/coach for the Canton Bulldogs, Cleveland Bulldogs, and Frankford Yellow Jackets. Huskers.com Senior Writer Randy York shares Chamberlin’s life story.
Eight men will make up the Pro Football Hall of Fame’s Class of 2015. After the announcement in Phoenix last weekend, the inductees spoke about the people who helped them along the way. OAG’s Doug Tribou collected their expressions of thanks.
The nation’s most popular game ended with history’s most popular television production on Sunday. But Bill Littlefield is still thinking about something the NFL’s commissioner said before the Super Bowl began.