RB Tyreek Hill has avoided NFL suspension despite accusations of child abuse and making a threatening remark to his fiancée. What convinced Roger Goodell to clear Hill of any wrongdoing? And why might this case not be entirely closed?
The NFL followed the lead of local authorities, choosing not to discipline Chiefs’ Tyreek Hill when he wasn’t charged with a crime. But the audio recording, in which Hill threatens his fiancée, should have been enough to suspend him under the league’s Personal Conduct Policy.
On this week's episode of The MMQB NFL Podcast, Albert Breer, Jenny Vrentas and Conor Orr cover Ezekiel Elliott and Melvin Gordon's contract stances, the feasibility of an 18-game season and a potential Giants-Lions blockbuster trade.
While pain management and marijuana have grabbed the headlines, the league and union are looking for more ways to encourage players to seek help when they need it. And players like Solomon Thomas are trying to get teammates to buy in.
Since winning Super Bowl 50, John Elway and the Broncos have slumped. But leaning on strong draft classes and the support of the veteran players still on the team from that championship season, the GM is ready to execute his plan to turn things around in Denver.
Ben Roethlisberger and the Steelers offense thrived because of sheer talent, but with Antonio Brown and Le'Veon Bell gone this year, Pittsburgh will have to play more consistently or suffer the consequences.
How teams go about containing Donald, and why the Rams will likely find new and more effective ways to use him going forward. Plus, a ranking of the top 10 defensive linemen in the NFL heading into the 2019 season and much more.
Earlier this month, Roger Goodell determined that Ezekiel Elliott shoving a security guard did not constitute a violation of the league’s personal conduct policy. Could new pressed charges change that mindset?
The Cincinnati Bengals hired an impressive young coach in Zac Taylor, but between Andy Dalton's limitations at quarterback and Cincinnati's weaknesses at linebacker and at safety, the playoffs remain out of reach.
In Baltimore, expect some stepbacks on the defensive side of the ball, after losing several crucial pieces of last year’s unit—C.J. Mosley and Terrell Suggs, to name two—to free agency, but not as many as you may think.
The NFL still very much has a diversity problem in its head-coaching ranks, and when the changing tides come, it will likely start with this agent and the coaches whom he represents. Also, second-year head coaches look back and look ahead, insight on the rookie quarterbacks, some words from Larry Fitzgerald and much more.