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Tom Brady explains fourth quarter of Patriots-Seahawks Super Bowl XLIX | The MMQB with Peter King
It’s understandable when a stunning event overwhelms a career-defining event, the way it did in Super Bowl XLIX eight days ago. We spent three or four days piling on Pete Carroll for a call that seemed (and still seems) foolhardy, a decision that cost Seattle a second straight Super Bowl vict...

One year later, has Michael Sam been frozen out of the NFL? - Outsports
A year ago today Michael Sam came out publicly to a tsunami of support. Yet comments from NFL executives foretold his next 12 months as he struggled to latch onto a team as an openly gay man. Now he's fighting harder than ever to get into the league.

Why isn't the Falcons' fake crowd noise scandal a bigger deal? - The Falcoholic
Falcons fans are hearing a lot about the Falcons' fake crowd noise scandal because they follow the team closely, but NFL fans are much less outraged about Decibacle compared to Deflategate.

Breaking Madden: The Complete Collection
Every episode from the first two seasons of Breaking Madden, all in one place

Reasons to be Excited for 2015: #1
Now that the 2014 season is officially over, it's time to look ahead to 2015.

5 "Malcolm Butler Moments" in Buc History
As in Super Bowl XLIX, it is sometimes the lesser-known players who come up big at the key moments…Kelcie McCray, John Davis and Scott Hutchinson all had that type of moment as Buccaneers.’s Week In Review: All The Latest Bucs News In One Stop | Pewter Report
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NFL Draft Diary: Nebraska's Randy Gregory keeps moving
The Cornhusker defensive end is projected as a top-five draft pick.

From Touchdowns To Takeoff: Engineer-Athlete Soared To Space : NPR
When Leland Melvin pulled his hamstring during practice with the Dallas Cowboys, his NFL career was over. So he did the next logical thing: He joined NASA and became an astronaut.