Sports Illustrated’s Extra Mustard takes a look at the ineligibility of Colts linebacker Antonio Morrison, explaining why NFL teams would be wise to stick to the unofficial “six-game rookie retention program” for players.
NFL linebacker Antonio Morrison used a spray to get people to smoke weed, new court documents show. Morrison was arrested at a party in May of last year and is now on indefinite suspension from the NFL for violating the league’s personal conduct policy.
NFL tight end Tyler Eifert continues to progress on his way to a return after he tore his quad in an impressive postseason run for the Cincinnati Bengals. More on his progress in the video.
Unfashionable linebacker James Harrison knows he has to take it a little more slowly now that he’s back in football. A torn ACL earlier this year was the third ACL Harrison tore in just four years. Harrison, who signed with the Steelers this offseason, says he’s not completely cured yet, but he’s on his way to getting back to his pre-injury form.
The Jaguars, Dolphins and Jets all made their rounds on the draft trail this year. The Jets got themselves some talent in the wide receiver department. The Dolphins drafted two linemen and the Jaguars passed on the quarterback position. Their strategy was a good one. Check out the video to see what our experts had to say.
Finally, the debate rages on over who is the best player in the NFL. Deadspin, Sports Illustrated, Pro Football Focus and ESPN’s Mel Kiper Jr. come together to debate the best player in the NFL. Does quarterback Tom Brady reign supreme? Is it running back Todd Gurley or wide receiver Julio Jones? QB Aaron Rodgers? Tight end Jimmy Graham? Check out the video to see our experts weigh in.
Report by Michael McLeod and Chris C. Benjamin for CNN.