Talk of Fame Network’s second “best of” interview show is FILLED with hot takes, hot topics and hot names from the NFL and the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Why NFL players won’t sit out the 2018 season in support of free-agents Colin Kaepernick and Eric Reid.
Draftnik Rob Rang answers the question: What is our obsession with NFL mock drafts?
Will Jerry Jones fight his NFL partners’ attempt to assess him $2 million in legal fees they claim to have paid fighting him? Don’t count on it.
Mike Pereira, who once headed the NFL’s officiating department and now works for FOX, explains why this might be the most critical offseason for NFL officiating and rules.
The NFL’s former head of officiating, Fox Sports’ Mike Pereira, believes loosening the rules for end-zone celebrations is “a real step backward.”
The Jets have unloaded 11 veterans since February in a massive $67.9-million dollar salary dump. Are they tanking the 2017 season?
Bill Belichick believes that keeping his coaching staff small is a key part of the Patriots’ success.
Heisman Trophy winners Paul Hornung and Tim Brown explain what makes Notre Dame great and why the NFL believes its an annual deep fountain of talent.
Dr. Bennett Omalu, who first found CTE in the brain of deceased NFL players, says the NFL Brand “is bleeding” and league’s concussion protocols are “a show.”
The New England Patriots have won more Super Bowls by smaller margins than any dynasty in NFL history. So what does that say about them?
The NFL Marketing Department is about to open the doors of the long-mysterious NFL Combine to an increasing number of fan observers.
Patriots’ owner Robert Kraft addresses the future of the Raiders, Chargers and Thursday Night Football.
With prime time television ratings down across the board, NFL owners are considering changes that could lead to the demise of Thursday Night Football.
The NFL is planning to stage a game in China soon. How about coming up with a way to stage one in Canton, Ohio without a glitch first?