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March Madness Open Thread

By Christmas Ape | 1,256 Comments

Let's get together and not do work for the sake of sportsball, shall we?

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KOMMENTARIAT KOMMENTS OF THE WEEK: MARCH 11TH – MARCH 17TH

By Trevor Risk | 75 Comments

Thankfully no uncles were decapitated in the making of these comments.

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Greg Hardy Signed With The Cowboys

By David Rappoccio | 47 Comments

Hardy gets a one-year deal worthy up to $13 million from Dallas.

FRESH from the Competition Committee

The Colts Want There To Be Crazy Nine-Point Touchdowns

By Christmas Ape | 59 Comments

The NFL Competition Committee is meeting this week and the Colts have a crazy rule proposal for them.

Reasonable Fans

Tim Tebow Fans React Completely Reasonably

By Spilly | 183 Comments

Take a deep breath, hug someone you love, and let’s get this over with.

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NFL Neurosurgeon: ‘It’s Much More Dangerous Riding a Bike or a Skateboard Than Playing Youth Football’

By Christmas Ape | 100 Comments

The NFL has gone into full spin on head injuries after the retirement of Chris Borland.

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KILL KILL KILL: Battle of The Scavengers

By Christmas Ape | 32 Comments

We got ourselves a jackal-vulture fight.

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Leah Still Has No Active Disease In Her Body

By Christmas Ape | 55 Comments

A nice update on one of the few feel-good stories of the 2014 NFL season.

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Climate change and Concussions – how junk science is turning our nation into a pussy

By PFT Commenter | 42 Comments

Its a dark day in America when football players have become so selfish that there choosing to quit playing the sport we love to watch them play.

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NFL Access Reporters Are Doing The Heroic Work Of Protecting The NFL From The Brain Injury Scare

By Christmas Ape | 132 Comments

Mike Florio and Adam Schefter are already doing damage control for the NFL on Chris Borland.

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Chris Borland Announces Retirement Out To Concern For Head Injuries

By Christmas Ape | 55 Comments

Since the start of NFL free agency this year, there has been a spate of retirement announcements by players who could easily have played longer.