Keith Olbermann Torches The NFL For Degrading Every Woman Who Watches - Barry Petchesky
Keith Olbermann's segment on Ray Rice was strong, indignant TV, resonant with everyone who believes a two-game suspension for punching out a woman is a clear signal that the NFL doesn't consider domestic violence meaningful violence.
Reese Turns Heads on Opening Day of Camp - Ricky Henne
"That is rare speed that Tevin has," Clemens explained. "With a guy like him, you just throw it up and he’ll go get it. It’s tough to over throw him. He also has great ball skills when it is in the air, so he is going to be a great weapon for us.
Freeney: "I'm Moving Better Than I Anticipated" - Hayley Elwood
"I’m moving better than I anticipated," Freeney said. "This is the first time I actually had to go against guys (on the field). To actually go out there and feel pretty much good is a good thing."
Antonio Gates finds peace after tragedy - Kevin Acee (paywall)
"Anybody, you don’t have to be a football player, no one is immune to the trials and tribulations of life," Gates said. ". . . You have to deal with it, handle it the best way you can. I will tell you, in my whole 34 years of living, I’ve never done nothing this tough."