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  • Seriously, let's not take Super Bowl so seriously

    Seriously, let's not take Super Bowl so seriously
    When it comes to Super Bowl week, this column represents failure XLIX. The topic should be ignored, but it's a red flag in front of a bull. Holding my breath until I turn blue hasn't worked. Nor has wearing a sleeping mask and ear plugs. Seeing 12...
  • NFL's Roger Goodell has his swagger back with an answer for everything

    NFL's Roger Goodell has his swagger back with an answer for everything
    Four months after it looked as if he might lose his job over crisis mismanagement, Roger Goodell laughed Friday when asked whether he could imagine circumstances that might lead him to resign or be fired. "No, I can't. Does that surprise you?" he said...
  • After the past year in the NFL, it's fitting that the Patriots are champions

    After the past year in the NFL, it's fitting that the Patriots are champions
    It seems to be fitting for the Super Bowl champion to be possibly still involved in a cheating scandal because this has been a year of turmoil for the NFL, whose image has been tarnished and integrity challenged. The Seattle Seahawks could have ended...
  • Around Town: It's time for the NFL to pay taxes

    Now that the Super Bowl is behind us, it's time to take on the tax code. Let's begin with my personal football credentials. Our son played four years of high school football. I religiously watch the USC-UCLA game (Go Bruins!), unless it conflicts with...
  • Fox, CNN execs differ sharply on horrific ISIS images

    Fox, CNN execs differ sharply on horrific ISIS images
    To show or not to show the horrific images from an ISIS video of a Jordanian pilot being burned alive  -- that's the decision cable news executives were faced with this week.  And Fox and CNN, the number one and two rated cable news channels,...
  • Why sports fans see their teams as extensions of themselves

    Why sports fans see their teams as extensions of themselves
    Two weeks ago, a man who earns his living by chasing other men in pursuit of a leather prolate spheroid handed a team staffer a football that felt soft. The staffer reported this unusual occurrence to his supervisor, who reported it to his supervisor, who...
  • A Shaky Address By Commissioner Goodell

    A Shaky Address By Commissioner Goodell
    PHOENIX — Roger Goodell tried to walk the difficult line between humility and authority in his annual pre-Super Bowl press conference on Friday. Given the NFL commissioner's robotic nature, it's not surprising that he tripped over that line a number...
  • Watch this year's Super Bowl? No, thanks.

    Watch this year's Super Bowl? No, thanks.
    I watched the first Super Bowl in 1967, and it was one of the great TV viewing experiences of my life. The resonant, rock-steady call of play-by-play announcer Ray Scott and the 35-10 throttling that my beloved Green Bay Packers gave the brash Kansas...
  • Roger Goodell says he won't speculate on 'Deflategate' investigation

    Roger Goodell says he won't speculate on 'Deflategate' investigation
    NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said Friday the NFL has not made a determination of whether the New England Patriots intentionally deflated footballs in the AFC championship game against Indianapolis, and declined to “engage in speculation”...
  • This PSA is one Super Bowl ad that's sure to grab attention

    This PSA is one Super Bowl ad that's sure to grab attention
    Mixed in with all the wacky, goofy and mawkishly sentimental ads set to air during this year's Super Bowl is one spot that's already generating a lot of discussion. It's an anti-domestic violence PSA from the NFL and the No More campaign and it's an...
  • Roger Goodell reflects on 'tough year,' looks toward future

    Roger Goodell reflects on 'tough year,' looks toward future
    PHOENIX — As if wishing made it so, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell described his league — and himself — as having addressed missteps on difficult matters such as domestic violence and being ready to move on. "As an organization, and as...