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  • Coaches are in the spotlight this week in the NFL

    Coaches are in the spotlight this week in the NFL
    All around the NFL, this figures to be a landmark week for the men who carry clipboards and draw up Xs and O's. Joe Vitt has returned to the New Orleans Saints as interim coach, his six-game suspension behind him. Carolina's Ron Rivera is facing...
  • Around the NFL, lost causes and found objects

    Around the NFL, lost causes and found objects
    Who says Tom Brady isn't a great scrambler? The Patriots quarterback was scrambling all over the New England sideline Sunday in Buffalo, frantically searching for his missing helmet before his team's first possession of the third quarter. He couldn't...
  • Pro sports leagues aim to put workers' comp out of play

    Pro sports leagues aim to put workers' comp out of play
    One would think that we've learned from bitter experience not to trust a word uttered by our major professional sports leagues. Yet here they are trying to put another howler over on us. This is their assertion that retired pro athletes — many...
  • Alex Smith handles demotion like a Super Bowl champion

    Alex Smith handles demotion like a Super Bowl champion
    NEW ORLEANS — Barely two months ago, Alex Smith stood alone under center as the NFL's hottest starting quarterback for one of its best teams. One concussion later, he is lost in the crowd. At the San Francisco 49ers' Super Bowl media day this...
  • Big holes in the NFL safety net for former players like Bob Zeman

    Big holes in the NFL safety net for former players like Bob Zeman
    LA JOLLA — Bob Zeman will do the same as millions Sunday. He will grab the remote, find an easy chair and turn on the Super Bowl. "I still like the drama of the game," he says. He won't exactly be a fan. More like an observer. He knows too much...
  • Seahawks DB Richard Sherman does more than talk the talk

    Seahawks DB Richard Sherman does more than talk the talk
    Is it any surprise that Richard Sherman graduated from Stanford with a degree in communications? Of the survivors in the NFL playoffs, there's no more watchable communicator than Sherman, the trash-talking, playmaking cornerback for the Seattle Seahawks...
  • By and bye, Adrian Peterson, others in NFL come tantalizingly close

    By and bye, Adrian Peterson, others in NFL come tantalizingly close
    Two thousand steps forward. Two big steps back. On a Sunday when Minnesota's Adrian Peterson became the seventh NFL player to run for 2,000 yards — coming within nine of breaking Eric Dickerson's season rushing record — two teams backpedaled...
  • NFL Week 16: Bruce Arians may be out of a job again, in a good way

    NFL Week 16: Bruce Arians may be out of a job again, in a good way
    Indianapolis is in, Pittsburgh is out, and Colts interim Coach Bruce Arians has to be pinching himself. Arians, fired as Pittsburgh's offensive coordinator after last season, has coached the Colts to a wildly improbable playoff berth one season after...
  • NFL Week 16 preview: Revitalized Seahawks face 49ers

    NFL Week 16 preview: Revitalized Seahawks face 49ers
    Move over, RG3. Make room for another rookie quarterback sensation . . . RW3. That's Seattle's Russell Wilson, who happens to wear No. 3 and has helped invigorate the Seahawks, just as Robert Griffin III has pumped life into the Washington Redskins....
  • Redskins' draft choice doesn't prove so peculiar after all

    Redskins' draft choice doesn't prove so peculiar after all
    In April, three rounds after they made Robert Griffin III the second pick in the draft, the Washington Redskins selected Michigan State quarterback Kirk Cousins. A lot of people scratched their heads at that. Why would a team with plenty of holes to fill...
  • Quarterback change reiterates that NFL is foremost a business

    Quarterback change reiterates that NFL is foremost a business
    The NFL is a business. Easy to say. Hard to swallow. Nowhere was that more evident this week than in San Francisco, where Alex Smith officially lost his starting quarterback job to Colin Kaepernick, who had filled in for him after Smith suffered a...