In a game that is a metaphor for war and is played for keeps, how do we stop a culture of violence, no matter how regulated we may want it to be?
Seau is dead by his own hand, but the NFL must be held complicit in that it needs to do more for former players to help them cope with life after football.
This harsh ruling sends a strong message to all NFL teams and their owners.
Convicted felons put the NFL at risk.
That was a long 136 days of lockout, and I really didn't think that the players and owners would get their acts together in time for the season to start on time.
Football, the most lucrative sport in the universe, should have enough money for everyone to go around.
As it seems this thing could take months to be worked out in the courts, the worry here is that it will jeopardize training camps and even the start of the season.
Four hundred fans were left out in the cold in Dallas.
How would the schedule look if this is implemented? Would we be playing the Super Bowl in March?
It's not like had Manning or Brees played the whole game, Week 17 was going to be hotter than habaneros.