With the NFL draft two weeks away, the term “can’t-miss prospect” gets dragged out and thrown around like a passenger off an overbooked United flight.
John Kryk, Toronto Sun
A journalist with 25 years of big-city daily experience, Kryk is Canada’s first full time, year-round NFL columnist for Postmedia Network.
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Bill Belichick and Tom Brady have won one for the thumb. In the most belief-defying, jaw-dropping win of their 17-year association.
College bowls? Done. Senior Bowl? Done. Pro Bowl? Done, and thank goodness for that.
Tom Brady and the New England Patriots are headed to the Super Bowl. Again.
Malcolm Gladwell can bend over and snap his 10,000-hour theory through his legs and out the window. Louis-Philippe "L.P." Ladouceur became an outlier at his craft practically from the start.
Hey, whose game is it anyway?
Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning will announce his retirement from the NFL at a news conference in Denver on Monday, bringing an end to a career that will surely land him in the Pro Football Hall of Fame, ESPN and nfl.com reported on Sunday.
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Roger Goodell on Wednesday confirmed there’s a possibility he’ll reduce, and perhaps even vacate, Tom Brady’s four- game Deflategate suspension.
Football fans are all over the board on Deflategate. Media too. Even lawyers.
The NFL has sledge-hammered Tom Brady and the New England Patriots over deflategate.
Those who feel the New England Patriots are cheaters are saying "I told you so" this afternoon.
Drama? What drama? Sounds like a few teams tried, but none could convince the Tennessee Titans to part with the No. 2 overall NFL draft pick Thursday night.
Only one Canadian seems a lock to be selected in this year’s NFL draft, which goes here Thursday to Saturday.
Toronto-bred quarterbacks don’t play in NFL games. They just don’t.
Attempting to read an NFL team’s pre- draft tea leaves sure is fun. I like to do it as much as anyone.
The NFL has hired another woman to get players to toe the line.
MOBILE, Ala. -- By continuing to refine his footwork, Brandon Bridge keeps inching closer to his NFL dream.
Those in the NFL who view the extra point as a useless play finally got their point across on Wednesday morning.
The NFL-in-Toronto dream is not dead. Just don’t hold your breath waiting for the “We’re coming to Canada!” news conference.