I’ll never get used to an NFL player getting a year-long suspension for abusing substances while another NFL player actually abused a woman.
Alas, that is where we stand in NFL 2014 after today’s report that states Browns receiver Josh Gordon will be suspended for an entire season following an appeal that felt flat.
Pete Carroll and the Seattle Seahawks received quite the wrist-slap on Tuesday when the NFL fined the Super Bowl champs $300,000 and stripped them of two 2015 mini-camp practice sessions.
According to NFL spokesperson Greg Aiello, Seattle’s punishment stemmed from “excessive levels” of on-field contact during 2014 mini-camp sessions for veteran players.
As a part of a preseason preview, it’s time to take a look at the NFL 2014 by taking a look at the league’s contenders and pretenders. The Green Bay Packers take center stage.
Newton left Friday’s preseason game against the Patriots soon after New England linebacker Jamie Collins stepped on the Auburn Tiger’s back.
According to ESPN, St. Louis Rams quarterback Sam Bradford will miss the entire 2014 season after suffering a torn ACL in his left knee.
The injury occurred during the Rams/Browns preseason tilt on Saturday night. Last season, Bradford suffered the same injury to the same knee seven games into the year.
Denver Broncos receiver Wes Welker is going to have to make a business decision in the near future.
Welker suffered another concussion on Saturday night against Houston when Texans safety D.J. Swearinger lowered the boom on the veteran receiver.