Doug Williams embraces his role in history, Greg Garber writes, and still shakes his head over that infamous question.
Promising QBs can provide hope, but these teams don't have enough support yet to be serious Super Bowl contenders.
The rest of the world is discovering what Robert Griffin III's teammates already knew, writes Greg Garber.
Dan Snyder can dispose of head coaches as his whims dictate, but if Jim Zorn becomes his latest fall guy that still does not solve the problem, Greg Garber explains.
Ryan Clark is known for dishing out hard hits in the Steelers' secondary. In 2007, however, Clark was down with a life-threatening spleen condition.
What he lacked in stature, Eddie LeBaron made up in talent and toughness, writes Greg Garber.
Novak Djokovic's racket did the talking in a four-set win over Andy Roddick on Thursday night, but it was his on-court rhetoric afterward that stirred the Big Apple crowd.
Off-field incidents involving players have brought the NFL under intense scrutiny, Greg Garber writes. Could tougher penalties for bad behavior be next?
The Rooney Rule has helped turn around the NFL's once-dismal record of hiring minority head coaches, Greg Garber writes.
From dealing with pressure to recovering from misses, Greg Garber talked kicking with seven of the NFL's best kickers.
It once captured the country's attention and forced it to choose sides. Now, like many other so-called rivalries, the Cowboys-Redskins is just another game, writes Greg Garber.
They're calling it a standing eight-count in D.C. But the Redskins enter the bye week with plenty of problems and not enough answers, writes Greg Garber.
"Character" is a buzzword throughout the NFL draft process and definitely factors into where a player is selected, writes Greg Garber.
There are a bunch of clichés and truisms tied to the NFL. Greg Garber reveals which ones are deadly sins ... and which are myths.