Titans get their first look at Marcus Mariota Friday - SBNation.com
The Tennessee Titans got their first look at quarterback Marcus Mariota when their rookie minicamp kicked off on Friday.
2015 NFL depth charts: Buccaneers have all hopes riding on Jameis Winston - SBNation.com
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have a new quarterback and a rebuilt offensive line, and given the weak NFC South, they could contend next season.
Betsy Nabel, NFL health and medical adviser, on head injuries, more | The MMQB with Peter King
In his state of the NFL address before Super Bowl XLIX, Roger Goodell announced that the league would be creating a new position, a chief health and medical advisor, to oversee the league’s health policies.
Garo's Yepremian's full life was more than one blooper play - Sun Sentinel
Garo Yepremian will always be remembered for his Super Bowl blunder, but we shouldn't forget his back story and what he meant to the Miami Dolphins in the 1970s.
Robert Kraft, Patriots owner, angry about NFL's Deflategate penalties | The MMQB with Peter King
Since the football world was stunned by the release of the Ted Wells report 12 days ago and roundhoused by the strong league sanctions last Monday, you haven’t heard much out of the New England camp aside from two scripted statements of indignation and a lawyerly screed about the weak points of the Wells Report.
Twitter: Best of the Bucs, May 16
The best Twitter posts from Buccaneers players this week.
Setting the Bar: 4 Bucs, 4 Goals for 2015
Most Buccaneer players prioritize winning over their own statistical production, but that doesn't mean we can't consider some individual numbers that would greatly help the team's bottom line.
PewterReport.com’s Week In Review: All The Latest News In One Stop | Pewter Report
Did you miss any Bucs news this week? Get caught up in this feature where you can find everything that happened related to the Bucs this past week.
Roger Goodell, NFL have credibility, integrity issues in wake of Deflategate
Deflategate and other scandals have revealed the NFL to be a league without integrity run by a commissioner, Roger Goodell, without credibility, Dan Le Batard writes.