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John Mackey, who helped revolutionize the NFL's tight end position and whose post-football struggles with dementia became emblematic of the brutality of the game, has died. He was 69. Mackey died Wednesday in Baltimore after a 10-year battle with frontal...
Special to Latimes.comUnless you play in a league of Tibetan monks or with people whose surnames are Hilton, you aren't likely to assemble a dream team of Peyton Manning, LaDainian Tomlinson, Priest Holmes, Randy Moss and Antonio Gates in your fantasy draft. The most you can...
Latimes.comWith Bill Belichick in charge and with Tom Brady continuing as the NFL's most competent quarterback, the New England Patriots are again the best team in football as another five-month race to the Super Bowl begins this week. There are, altogether, only...
Latimes.comAlmost certainly, the most important football game of the season — the AFC championship game, which some folks are sure to call the real Super Bowl — will be played outdoors on what could well be the coldest day of the winter in Pittsburgh...
Latimes.com ColumnistOne thing about New England's Tom Brady that makes him a candidate for best active quarterback is that he plays successful NFL football without a cast of great pass receivers. As the Chicago Bears will see Sunday, the only first-class receiver in the...
Latimes.com ColumnistStrangely, as a first-year AFC coach, Tony Dungy of the Indianapolis Colts is doing the same things that got him feared and then fired in an NFC town, Tampa. At both places, Dungy rose to notoriety as a leader who had one of the NFL's finest and most...
Latimes.com ColumnistThe point that NFL games have been efficiently officiated again this fall, as usual, is compelling. And I'd say that on the whole it's true. At the same time it is obvious that there have been too many penalty calls this season. Waves of falling flags...
Latimes.comThe world is suddenly full of great quarterbacks — or, maybe, these folks are merely very good. Anyhow, they're all over the country. At least two of them are still in school, Aaron Rodgers of Cal and Matt Leinart of USC. And at least two other...
Latimes.comThe Pittsburgh Steelers, who have seemed the best team in the land since they smashed New England and Philadelphia back to back a month or so ago, can take another step toward the big one with another victory Saturday in the Meadowlands over the New...
Latimes.com ColumnistAs of the 21st century, passer Tom Brady and pass-offense enthusiast Bill Belichick are on board to succeed the Joe Montanas and Joe Namaths and the Vince Lombardis and Bill Walshes who in the 20th century topped the NFL. Since the 2000 season, when...
Latimes.comEvading the clutches of the parity gods, 11 of the 12 best football clubs in America reached the NFL playoffs this year — all but super-erratic New Orleans, a winner over Dallas last week in one of the five major upsets that brought the league's...
Latimes.comJack Del Rio, a 1981-84 USC linebacker who started for the Trojans all four years, will get the next chance to stop Peyton Manning, the Indianapolis quarterback who threw the ball on every snap in the first quarter of last Sunday's 43-31 win over Green...
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