Overlord Goodell took to his fascist war declaration podium and was greeted with sheer vitriol.
As the NFL Draft enters its baroque phase, let's consider the strange and disconcerting stories that the NFL tells itself, and the ones it doesn't even bother with.
It's hard to remember, because he's a football player, but Laremy Tunsil is also a person.
Laremy Tunsil's wild night, Jon Gruden argues against Twitter accounts, one top pick wears crop top outfits and Johnny Manziel goes to a Bieber concert. The draft is dumb. So, so dumb.
Draft Dodger: When Presumptive No. 1 NFL Draft Pick "Rocket" Ismail Took The Money And Ran To Canada
Twenty-five years ago, Notre Dame star Raghib "Rocket" Ismail bypassed the NFL Draft to sign a huge deal with the CFL's Toronto Argonauts. It still seems unreal.
Julia Child wouldn't even draft this kid.
The NFL Players Association is encouraging members to pursue hands-on business world internships, the better to prepare for post-football careers that come sooner than many NFL players expect.
When Cardale Jones chose to stay at Ohio State after leading Buckeyes to a BCS Championship, it seemed an odd decision. Now the quarterback seems to be paying for it on the NFL Draft boards.
While the NCAA argues that amateurism is necessary for education, projected top NFL Draft pick and business student Ronnie Stanley is learning the two have nothing to do with each other.
Thanks to its nature and the NFL's signature issues, the NFL Draft is and always will be weird. Now, with the NFL bigger than ever, the draft is stranger still.
Carson Wentz, Matt Johnson and Paxton Lynch are not your usual top QB prospects. All three come from non power conference teams, and will have a lot to prove in the NFL.