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New Orleans Saints vs. New York Giants Preview and Prediction

Eli Manning and the Giants welcome the Saints to MetLife Stadium
New Orleans Saints vs. New York Giants Preview and Prediction

Sean Payton’s gamble to run a surprise onside kick in Super Bowl XLIV will forever be remembered as a defining moment for the New Orleans Saints. Last weekend Payton got a taste of his own medicine, as the head coach on the other sideline made a gutsy decision to go for two with the game on the line. Jack Del Rio’s call worked out and the Raiders beat the Saints 35-34.

2014 NFL Mock Draft: A look back

2016 NFL Training Camp Dates and Locations

The road to Super Bowl LI begins with the start of training camps across the country
2016 NFL Training Camp Dates and Locations

The calendar has turned to July, which means it’s almost time for the NFL to get back to business. The regular season doesn’t start until Sept. 8, but teams will open training camp later this month, officially starting the path for what eventually will lead to Super Bowl LI in NRG Stadium in Houston on Feb. 5, 2017.

Michael Strahan is a Renaissance Man

Super Bowl champion Michael Strahan stays busy with TV, film and fashion
Super Bowl champion Michael Strahan stays busy with TV, film and fashion

After being named Regis Philbin’s replacement on Live! in 2012, Michael Strahan, 44, enjoyed a phenomenal run on the morning talk show before stepping aside last month. Despite the career pivot, Strahan remains one of the hardest working men in show business. The former New York Giants pass rusher, Pro Football Hall of Famer and Super Bowl XLII champion is hosting ABC’s revival of “$100,000 Pyramid,” he has ramped up his work on ABC’s Good Morning America and will continue to serve as an analyst on Fox NFL Sunday during the football season.

25 Greatest Tight Ends in NFL History

The constant evolution of the game is changing the way we look at those who play the tight end position.
25 Greatest Tight Ends in NFL History

There was a time when the tight end position in the NFL served as a sixth lineman who could also run a route to catch the occasional pass. My how the times have changed.

 

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