The NFL MVP race is one of the more captivating topics all season long, and it’s never too early to start listing the favorites. Here are 10 of mine right now.
Eli Manning was captured on video making an interesting face when the Denver Broncos cemented their Super Bowl 50 win. The Internet firmly believes Eli is upset that Peyton now has two rings just like he does, but this is simply an overreaction. Eli was clearly nervous throughout the game, and his odd facial expressions are more indicative of a sign of relief than anything else.
Antonio Brown missed the Steelers' AFC divisional game against the Broncos due to a concussion, and the star receiver finally revealed his thoughts regarding the the player responsible.
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During a recent appearance on ' The Rich Eisen Show', former Chicago Bears and current New York Jets wide receiver Brandon Marshall was asked about his relationship with his old quarterback, Jay Cutler. Marshall, who has zero chill, replied that he had not spoken to Cutler in "two years." Naturally, Eisen was shocked and mentioned that they were teammates just a season ago. Marshall essentially confirmed that they were not talking off the field during his last year in Chicago, but ultimately wished Cutler well.
Among the many extensions the Philadelphia Eagles are currently working out, they absolutely have to figure out how to lock Malcolm Jenkins up.
The Philadelphia Eagles and DeMarco Murray were a somewhat strange marriage from the start, and now that Chip Kelly is gone, the time to sever ties has come.
Negotiations between the Philadelphia Eagles and Fletcher Cox may not be as far along as originally thought, but a deal is almost certain to get done at some point.
Zach Miller is reportedly seeking $5 million per year from the Chicago Bears in his next contract, but he isn't going to come close to getting that.
The Buffalo Bills and Robert Woods don't seem to be on the most solid of footing right now, but he'd be a great addition to the Philadelphia Eagles' roster.
After 11 NFL seasons, former New York Giants and Oakland Raiders defensive end Justin Tuck has announced his retirement.
After a promising 2015 season, here are five bold predictions for the Minnesota Vikings this offseason.