How many bridges can one man burn? With this week's comeback announcement, Randy Moss apparently intends to find out if he's reached his personal limit yet.
Randy Moss is retired. Today. For now. As of this moment. But anyone who thinks he'll be sipping cocoa by the fireplace during the playoffs, think again. He'll be back.
A rise in crime during the lockout? Not from Adrian Peterson, who distributed hearing aids in Africa. Not from Larry Fitzgerald or David Bruton or J.T. Thomas, either. Here's the counter to Ray Lewis' assertion.
He's given us the best of times and he's given us the worst of times. If it's really finally over, how will we remember Brett Favre? And how could we forget him?
Facing merely a $50,000 fine for his role in a sexting scandal, Brett Favre walks away with the special distinction of being the only player in NFL history to prove that he is bigger than the league.
Randy Moss was a big distraction. Brett Favre is a bigger distraction. But the biggest distraction of all in Minnesota these days is the man who mishandled the first two: Brad Childress.
Is there a lesson for Brett Favre in the Tiger Woods story? Tiger's transgressions were tawdry; Brett's behavior might be worse than that if the NFL finds the allegations to be true.
It's the last thing she thought she'd hear herself say this NFL season, but it's time for this former critic to acknowledge Brett Favre's performance.
There is no reason to believe that Brett Favre's revenge-fueled comeback will end the way he wants.
Why will a deserving player like Antoine Winfield not make the Pro Bowl? Because fans are voting.
In trading for Jared Allen, the Vikings decided a few sacks are more important then their so-called code of conduct policy.