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Former NFL quarterback and Heisman Trophy Winner Doug Flutie joined Jay Mohr on FOX Sports Radio to look at the college football world and to delve into the developing Richie Incognito-Jonathan Martin situation in Miami. Here is Flutie discussing his arrival in Chicago and some rough treatment as a rookie with the defending champion Bears. [...]

On Tuesday afternoon, the 2013 NFL calendar popped off. Those following more than a handful of NFL beat writers and insiders probably turned to the antacid or pharmaceuticals to stave off dizziness from the barrage of Tweets. Some of the signings went down easily, more than a few sparked Twitter debates between experts, and others [...]

The Twitterverse was abuzz on Tuesday morning with great anticipation for the start of free agency. I assume somebody saw the famous “Twitter Whale” along the way, but my unending run of innumerable Tweets from NFL Insiders and beat reporters forged ahead without fail. My head was spinning as the countdown clock wound to zero. [...]

The focus of NFL talk when it comes to health has been concentrated on head trauma and concussions. Certainly, there have been a number of highly-publicized incidents and deaths, including future Hall of Famer Junior Seau, in addition to the ever-expanding lawsuit. Dan LeBatard of The Miami Herald pulled back the curtain and took us [...]

Last night, Jimmy Fallon returned to the airwaves with the phenomenon that is “Tebowie” to discuss the current situation in Denver. How often do you get to use the word “smite” in a song?

The first day of the NFL calendar brought with it the expected flurry of activity. Visions of giant zeroes dances through our heads and the number of high-”two-comma” players expanded quickly. Twitter feeds couldn’t reload fast enough to keep up with the unending string of rumors, conjecture and speculation. If only for a little while, [...]

Peyton Manning is running through his “Free Agent World Tour,” and the list of would-be suitors have lined up around the block. The Broncos, Dolphins and Cardinals have gotten a ton of ink, but you still have the Titans, Texans, Seahawks and several others floating around. I remember folks tossing around the concept of a [...]

Millions of people sat in front of their televisions awaiting the annual unveiling of the NCAA Men’s Tournament bracket. I decided to sit this one out. I’d already experienced several days of uninterrupted “Bracketology,” watched countless games across myriad conferences and waded through blogs, columns and video analysis while preparing for my Sunday morning radio [...]

Where should Peyton Manning set up shop in 2012?

It was a foregone conclusion. At least, we all assumed that the release of Peyton Manning by the Colts was inevitable. I suppose there was some sliver of hope among the most ardent Manning fans that he and the Colts would find some common ground in terms of a reduced salary for a year or [...]

Thursdays are normally reserved for updated injury reports and practice notes. Occasionally, a player or coach will take to the podium and offer a quote that sends the Twitter-verse ablaze. Brandon Marshall wasn’t short-changed in his comments to the media about his intentions and state of mind for Monday’s tilt against the Jets. Marshall predicted [...]

It appeared that Tebow was going to be “THE Guy” in Denver coming into camp. Rumors circulated about trades involving Kyle Orton and it was assumed that “The Tebow Era” was set to begin. Instead, Orton came to Broncos camp and outplayed Tebow to run back to the top spot. Faced with the prospect of [...]

Pittsburgh used his brother as an anchor en route to a Super Bowl run last season. Pouncey can play as a guard or center (2010) at the next level. He certainly helps to upgrade this line and will start alongside Jake Long immediately. The Dolphins still need to address the quarterback slot and the running [...]

Last week, Channing Crowder of the Dolphins had an issue recalling the name of venerable receiver Derrick Mason, referring to the longtime star as “the old guy.” He did demonstrate appreciation of Mason’s talent with a nod to his career once his memory was jogged. It didn’t matter. The bulletin board material appeared and the [...]