Apparently, it takes a special kind of person to make it as a head coach in the NFL. Does Mike Shanahan have a secret ingredient that Wade Phillips and Brad Childress don't?
Mr. Childress, sir, you are Brett Favre's supervisor. You are the one who decides who plays and who doesn't, and if you don't want interceptions, you're free to start someone else.
To put it bluntly, the NFL is no place for a 40-year-old Brett Favre with a balky ankle and an ego that makes him believe he no longer needs to train year-round.
The employment of magical thinking to explain non-magical events (witness all the Brett Farve karma comments) happens more than it should, writes Tim Keown.
Brad Childress cast his lot with Brett Favre this past summer, and it's too late for do-overs, even if the time is right for a change at quarterback.
The circus of indecisiveness that Brett Favre created has finally moved him into the realm of the irrelevant.
The NFL should take a page from the NBA's code of conduct before it's too late.
Why does Tim Keown love NFL training camp? Because nowhere else in the world is something so unimportant taken so seriously.
Why is everybody so excited about the Vikings? Because they are this year's trendy preseason pick. Happens every year.
NFL training camps are under way -- which means we're being treated to all sorts of "news" that we don't really need.
Why is anyone outraged by Randy Moss' behavior on Sunday. And why is anyone surprised?