Three players are suspended and both teams have been fined a half-million dollars in total after a freakishly violent end to the Thursday night game between the Steelers and Browns. The announcement came about 12 hours after the game went final, which is faster than any punishment in recent memory. Browns
The NFL is now accepting applicants for a new position to lead training and development initiatives for its current officials. The position was created as a result of a provision in the collective bargaining agreement signed last month with the officiating union, which reportedly was to be a vice-president level position.
Analysis by Rich Madrid In Monday night’s week six game against the Packers, Detroit Lions safety Tracy Walker was flagged for unnecessary roughness after going low to defend a pass from Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers to Geronimo Allison. Allison was injured on the play and did not return to the game
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According to an ESPN report, the NFL will offer a retirement incentive to 22-officials with 20 or more years of experience, provided they retire before the start of the 2020 season. While we don't expect every official to take the retirement incentive, the upcoming offseason could see the biggest exodus of
Embed from Getty Images Two hits from Sunday’s Week 4 games illustrate the nature of the helmet-to-helmet hits that do and do not result in in-game ejections and the ways in which players seek to defend themselves vice total disregard for the players around them. The hits were administered by Vontaze