Aaron Rodgers was voted the #1 player in the NFL Network’s “The Top 100: Players of 2012. He received the honor by being voted the best player by a group of his fellow peers, and at only age 28 and in the prime of his career, he may sit comfortably in that top spot for the foreseeable future.
NFL rookies getting the Paul Brown treatment.
The Detroit Lions can take action against players with off-field issues
Bears MLB Brian Urlacher said Wednesday that he plans on playing 2-3 more seasons
Chiefs SS Eric Berry declared himself 100% recovered from last year’s torn left ACL.
The NFLPA believe the Saints might be not negotiating in good faith with Drew Brees for the vocal role he took during last year’s lockout. Brees also was one of the 10 named plaintiffs on the antitrust suit filed against the league during the work stoppage.
Terrell Owen’s tumultuous offseason continues as he is claiming a woman is trying to extort him with nude Skype photos.