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  1. Chad Ochocinco backs Roger Goodell

    ESPN.com staff

    In the wake of Junior Seau's suicide, the debate over football safety has reached a fever pitch. New England Patriots wideout Chad Ochocinco joined the fray Friday, pledging his support to Roger Goodell in a letter posted on his website and addressed...

    Blog | May 12, 2012
  2. Chad Ochocinco of New England Patriots backs Roger Goodell despit...

    In the wake of Junior Seau's suicide, the debate over football safety has reached a fever pitch. New England Patriots wideout Chad Ochocinco joined the fray Friday, pledging his support to Roger Goodell in a letter posted on his website.

    Story | Conversation | May 12, 2012
  3. 2011 season preview: Lions Fever!

    Kevin Seifert

    I'm not ducking you. I realize some of you got a sneak peak this morning if you follow my colleague Mike Sando's NFC West blog. But I'm here now to say it loud and with all sincerity. After several Twitter teases, I can offer you confirmatio...

    Blog | September 01, 2011
  4. Matthew Stafford's preseason in context

    Kevin Seifert

    The Fever is at its pitch. The Detroit Lions are 3-0 this preseason and defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh has bulled into the head (sometimes literally) of every quarterback he has faced. But for now, at least, I suggest you put Suh's newfound celebrity...

    Blog | August 30, 2011
  5. Week 15 NFL Preview: QB questions, playoff chances

    Melissa Jacobs

    With only three weeks left in the NFL regular season, you would think that all the talk would be about the playoffs. But this week's biggest storyline comes from Washington, D.C., and no politicians will be involved.

    Blog | Conversation | December 17, 2010
  6. Ross anticipating success from Olympic sprinter fiancee Richards

    Aaron Ross is thinking about more than football at the New York Giants' training camp.

    Story | Conversation | August 03, 2008
  7. Quarterback fought 103-degree fever, chills

    New England quarterback Tom Brady had a 103 degree fever the night before the Patriots beat the Pittsburgh Steelers in the AFC championship game, Sports Illustrated reported.

    Story | Conversation | January 25, 2005