Brace yourselves: another possible change to the game we love so much could be coming to the NFL.
Nothing is off limits and everything is on the table when Felger & Massarotti play ’10 Questions With Wiggy’.
Bill Belichick has said in the past that the extra point after the touchdown is obsolete, with a success rate of nearly automatic. Apparently the NFL is listening, and are examining ways to change it.
There seems to be some serious discussion among NFL owners to expand the playoffs to include another wildcard team in each conference – Andy Gresh and Scott Zolak weigh the pros and cons.
Hall of Fame bound tight end Tony Gonzalez sees everything the NFL is doing to protect players from head injuries, but he believes that more can be done to protect against knee injuries as well.
We’re 45 days away from Super Bowl XLVIII in the Meadowlands, and with two snow storms having already touched down in the north east the NFL is starting to roll out its contingency plan in the event of inclement weather.
Mike Felger and Tony Massarotti opened Thursday’s show with a big picture topic involving the NFL and it’s off the field problems. What has the NFL become, and do we even care?
The NFL and more than 4,500 former players want to resolve concussion-related lawsuits with a $765 million settlement that would fund medical exams, concussion-related compensation and medical research, a federal judge said Thursday.
Though devastated by the news, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell was proud of the Patriots for the way they handled the Aaron Hernandez arrest this summer.
Aaron Hernandez was waived by the New England Patriots on Wednesday, and went unclaimed on Thursday.