Jeff Pearlman's important book on Walter Payton is more than salacious anecdotes.
Perhaps Walter Payton wasn't an angel but where is the shame in that?
Former Chicago Bears coach Mike Ditka dismissed the author of a controversial new book on Walter Payton as "totally gutless."
They called him Sweetness, but Chicago Bears great Walter Payton had a dark side, according to a biography to be released Oct. 4.
In an excerpt from his new book "Boys Will Be Boys," Jeff Pearlman chronicles the temper of former Cowboys coach Jimmy Johnson.
Former Dallas Cowboy Clayton Holmes strives to teach others how to avoid his downfall.
Taylor Bradford was a defensive lineman. He was also a thoughtful, intelligent brother and friend.
Delaware and Delaware State finally played each other -- and, in the end, only the football mattered.
Browns lineman Lennie Friedman defies many stereotypes, thanks in large part to his time at "training camp."
Eleven years since his career season with the Cardinals, Rod Tidwell has fallen on hard times.
If you ever wondered how teammates, friends and family could blindly support Michael Irvin all you had to do was watch and listen his Hall of Fame speech, writes Jeff Pearlman.
When the USFL died 20 years ago, so did the fun aspect of pro football, writes Jeff Pearlman.