2014 NFL Draft: Updated Needs for each of the league’s 32 teams

The 2014 NFL Draft is just two weeks away and teams are making their final preparations for the big day. Free agency is largely behind us and squads are basically set heading into the draft.
With that in mind, I’ve compiled the needs of each of the NFL’s 32 teams as we approach the draft.

Associate says Jonathan Martin won’t return to Miami Dolphins

While this probably won’t come as a shock to anyone, an associate of Miami Dolphins offensive tackle Jonathan Martin claims it would be “impossible” for him to return to the team in the future. Martin has not yet asked for a trade, but the associate claims that Martin simply couldn’t go back to that locker room.

What if the NFL went to a bowl format?

The mainstream media celebrated the end of the Bowl Championship Series after the Florida State Seminoles’ dramatic 34-31 victory over Auburn.

Dan Wetzel and Jeff Passan will finally get their wish in 2014 as college football will debut a new playoff system.

Miami Dolphins fire Mike Sherman, Joe Philbin safe

On Monday Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross forced head coach Joe Philbin to fire offensive coordinator Mike Sherman, but Philbin is reportedly safe and will be returning to the team next season. General manager Jeff Ireland is also reportedly safe.

Miami Dolphins to suspend Richie Incognito for remainder of season

On Sunday after a stunning 24-20 win over the New England Patriots, it leaked that the Miami Dolphins had made a decision about offensive lineman Richie Incognito’s future with the team.

Richie Incognito files grievance against Miami Dolphins

Richie Incognito filed a grievance against the Miami Dolphins on Thursday over his suspension from the team. The NFL Players Association released a statement in the afternoon on Thursday claiming the 30-year-old guard had filed a non-injury grievance.

It’s time to stop judging black athletes

Many people would agree that Miami Dolphins offensive lineman Jonathan Martin is a victim of racism. It has been reported that the text messages and voice mails he received from fellow offensive lineman Richie Incognito were threatening and had racial overtones.

Anyone who is defending Richie Incognito (and there are people doing it) is wrong

Bullying has become a part of our national conscience in recent years as incidents of school violence increase and bullying is often found to be at the root of those incidents. Everyone has probably been bullied at one point in their lives. I know personally I was bullied constantly from elementary school all the way through high school and over 20 years later I still carry memories of those times with me. And now bullying in sports is taking the spotlight thanks to Richie Incognito and Jonathan Martin.

Report: Mike Pouncey is more than a witness in Aaron Hernandez case

On Sunday, Miami Dolphins center Mike Pouncey was served with a subpoena to testify before a grand jury investigating potential weapons charges involving former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez. According to ProFootballTalk, Pouncey is apparently being looked at as more than just a witness in the case.

Fantasy Football 2013: Week 5 sleepers

Each week fantasy football implications are getting bigger and bigger.
Reaching the playoffs, though, or at least remaining in contention requires you to pick up some sleepers that will rack up big points. After all, the total points you score in a season could be the difference between the postseason and waiting until next year.

2013 NFL Predictions: AFC East Preview

Tom Brady, Bill Belichick and Tim Tebow! Clearly the rest of the AFC East has no chance of matching the New England Patriots, right?

Not so fast.

5 NFL teams that could surprise in 2013

In this article, we’ll look at five sub-.500 clubs from last season that could surprise us this year. By looking at strength of schedule, the number of losses in close games, the draft, as well as offseason moves and acquisitions, I’ll make my case for each of these five teams.

Fantasy Football Sleepers Week 8: Handcuffs, Hardesty, Henderson, and more!

The one way to improve your team other than via trades is through waiver-wire pickups, which is where many of the players below reside in many leagues.

Chad Johnson: Guilty Until Proven Innocent

Chad Johnson’s career as an entertainer, both on and off the field, is on life support because of an accusation that has yet to be proven. His current situation is a great example of why our justice system is set up on the principle of “innocent until guilty.” Johnson, however, is not getting the benefit of the doubt.

NFL Draft: Will Miami Dolphins Pick Ryan Tannehill at #8?

Today we are going to delve into whom the Miami Dolphins may select with the eighth overall selection. There is speculation that they may take inexperienced Ryan Tannehill and attempt to turn him into a franchise QB. Will they?