Steelers LB James Harrison says he is willing to meet with NFL investigators about being linked to PEDs in an Al-Jazeera America report if the interview is done at his house and commissioner Roger Goodell is present.
The Packers have broken ground on "Titletown" -- their mixed-use residential and retail district -- and continue to watch their local revenue soar.
Calvin Johnson keeps his football camps small (and free) in Georgia and Michigan, as he strives to provide a personal experience for the campers.
Tony Romo returned to his hometown last week for his annual football camp, and he spent some time with friends and family to reminisce.
For the most part, the NFL has changed for the better. But the offseason rules in place in the CBA dramatically affect how young players -- no matter where they were drafted -- can develop.
James Harrison wrote in an Instagram post late Sunday that his meeting with NFL investigators must take place at his house and that commissioner Roger Goodell must attend.