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  • • FMIA Guest: Kim Pegula On Lessons Learned Leading Bills During Covid
    Peter King is on vacation until July 20, and he lined up some guest writers to fill his Monday spot on Football Morning in America. Today, it’s Kim Pegula, president and co-owner (with husband Terry Pegula) of the Buffalo Bills and the Buffalo Sabres. Previous guest columns: Michael MacCambridge (June 15) • Front-Line Workers (June 22) • Joe [more]...2020
  • • Bills owner: Uncertainty is the one constant in reopening
    There seems to be a sense of frustration among some coaches and General Managers, regarding what policies they’ll be implementing when the league returns to work for training camps later this month. That doesn’t stop on the field, either. In this week’s Football Morning In America column, Bills co-owner Kim Pegula titled one entire section: [more]...2020
  • • FMIA Guest: Joe Browne Looks Back At AFL-NFL Merger, 50 Years Later
    Peter King is on vacation until July 20, and he lined up some guest writers to fill his Monday spot on Football Morning in America. Today, it’s Joe Browne, the all-time longest-serving employee in the NFL office who was honored by the Pro Football Hall of Fame with the Ralph Hay Pioneer Award for his [more]...2020
  • • FMIA Guest: Front-Line Workers On How Sports Helped Them Prepare
    Peter King is on vacation until July 20, and he lined up some guest writers to fill his Monday spot on Football Morning in America. Today, it’s a collection of front-line workers from the coronavirus pandemic. Previous guest columns: Michael MacCambridge (June 15) Note from Peter King: Today’s column is a bit different—five essays, with [more]...2020
  • • FMIA Guest: Michael MacCambridge On Perils Of A 17-Game NFL Season
    Peter King is on vacation until July 20, and he lined up some guest writers to fill his Monday spot on Football Morning in America. Today, it’s Michael MacCambridge, the author of America’s Game: The Epic Story of How Pro Football Captured A Nation and several other books. By Michael MacCambridge For as long as I can [more]...2020
  • • Peyton Manning preaches the gospel of preparation during lockdowns
    Peyton Manning was busy recovering from neck surgery in 2011, but he saw the work his brother Eli Manning put in during the lockout. And he also saw what that work led to, so he’s spreading the word. Peyton Manning told Peter King of NBC’s Football Morning in America that the topic came up during [more]...2020
  • • Lions moving Jamal Agnew from cornerback to receiver
    The Lions are trying to turn Jamal Agnew into a full-time receiver. Peter King broke the news in his weekly Football Morning in America column Monday after the Lions allowed him access to a virtual receivers meeting. Agnew was on the video call. Agnew has played 30 offensive snaps in his career, mostly as a [more]...2020
  • • NFL failed miserably with pass interference replay, Troy Vincent says
    For the first time in 2019, pass interference was reviewable on replay. That worked so poorly that in 2020, it won’t be. And NFL vice president of football operations Troy Vincent says the NFL needs to learn from its mistake. Vincent told Peter King for Football Morning in America that the league has to be [more]...2020
  • • Teddy Bridgewater putting in miles, with a smile on his face
    Like every other quarterback in the league, Teddy Bridgewater is forced to work out on his own because of the coronavirus pandemic. That’s sometimes left him feeling — and being — far from home. The new Panthers quarterback told Peter King of NBC’s Football Morning in America that part of his workout plan has involved [more]...2020
  • • Giants had concerns about Deandre Baker before last week’s incident
    Giants cornerback Deandre Baker has been accused of armed robbery, and some within the organization are putting out word that there’s been a pattern of behavior problems that started during his rookie season last year. Baker was a discipline and motivational problem last year as a rookie, Peter King writes in Football Morning in America. [more]...2020

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  • • Peyton Manning preaches the gospel of preparation during lockdowns
    Peyton Manning was busy recovering from neck surgery in 2011, but he saw the work his brother Eli Manning put in during the lockout. And he also saw what that work led to, so he’s spreading the word. Peyton Manning told Peter King of NBC’s Football Morning in America that the topic came up during [more]...2020
  • • Could the Patriots make a big move up for a quarterback?
    The Patriots, if you haven’t noticed, still have a pretty glaring need at quarterback. And Tua Tagovailoa could be poised for a slide Thursday night, amid numerous reports about the level of concern with his various injuries. So now there’s a chance those two could coincide. In his big mock draft in today’s Football Morning [more]...2020
  • • Draft “mystery man” Ashtyn Davis flew to Philly for checkup with Dr. William Meyers
    In a recent edition of Football Morning in America, Peter King reported that former Cal safety Ashtyn Davis was deemed the draft’s “mystery man” by one NFL General Manager. Davis played well in college, but had surgery to repair a torn adductor muscle in December and was unable to work out at the Scouting Combine. [more]...2020
  • • Report: Joe Burrow told Bengals to keep A.J. Green
    Joe Burrow is already having an impact on the Cincinnati Bengals’ offseason plans. According to Peter King in his "Football Morning in America" column, Burrow made clear to Bengals executives that he wanted to see the team keep wide receiver A.J. Green. Burrow is likely to be the top pick in the NFL Draft, and will be tasked with leading the team as a franchise quarterback going forward. Burrow cl...2020
  • • NFL explains why suspended Jameis Winston was permitted to text teammates
    Even though Jameis Winston is suspended, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback is keeping up some informal contact with his teammates.According to Peter King’s Football Morning in America, Winston shared a message with his receiver group, telling them “Awesome game!” after their 27-21 win over the Philadelphia Eagles.This raised some eyebrows, as Winston’s suspension is supposed to limit his contac...2018
  • • Nick Foles says returning to backup role will test him
    Nick Foles led the Philadelphia Eagles to a Super Bowl victory, but he’s heading back to the bench in 2018. And it won’t be a painless move for the quarterback.In an interview with Peter King of Football Morning in America, Foles acknowledged there will be tough moments and said he’ll lean on his faith while taking on this unique situation.“There’s a lot of great growth that goes on with it. I’ll ...2018

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  • • Brian Gutekunst: There’s no clock on Aaron Rodgers
    One of the most-discussed moves of this year’s draft was the Packers’ decision to trade up in the first round in order to take quarterback Jordan Love with the 26th overall pick when they still have Aaron Rodgers on hand. In an interview for this week’s Football Morning in America, General Manager Brian Gutekunst told [more]...2020
  • • Chiefs may try to trade up for Henry Ruggs
    The Chiefs could be ready to put together the fastest 4×100 relay team in the NFL. Peter King writes in today’s Football Morning in America that a rumor is making the rounds that the Chiefs would like to trade up to select Alabama wide receiver Henry Ruggs, who ran the fastest 40-yard dash at this [more]...2020
  • • Thomas Dimitroff: Kendall Sheffield has makings of a No. 1 cornerback
    In Monday’s edition of Football Morning in America, Peter King reported that the worst-kept secret in this year’s draft is that the Falcons want to trade up in order to take one of the top cornerbacks in this year’s class. There’s been plenty of other chatter about the Falcons’ desire to move up, which supports [more]...2020
  • • Could the Patriots make a big move up for a quarterback?
    The Patriots, if you haven’t noticed, still have a pretty glaring need at quarterback. And Tua Tagovailoa could be poised for a slide Thursday night, amid numerous reports about the level of concern with his various injuries. So now there’s a chance those two could coincide. In his big mock draft in today’s Football Morning [more]...2020
  • • NFL coaches, GMs team up to give half a million dollars to Draft-A-Thon
    During this week’s NFL draft, the league will be hosting what it calls a “Draft-A-Thon” to raise money for six organizations that are helping people hurt by the COVID-19 pandemic. The league’s 32 coaches and general managers are pitching in. Peter King writes in Football Morning in America that Eagles GM Howie Roseman spearheaded an [more]...2020
  • • Draft will start with national anthem, from performer’s home
    The draft gets started in 10 days. And it will start with the national anthem. As explained by Peter King in his new Football Morning in America column, The Star-Spangled Banner will be performed prior to the commencement of the selection process. The person singing the song isn’t yet known, but he or she will [more]...2020
  • • Roger Goodell will have a “virtual montage” of 15 fans for each pick
    The Commissioner will be at home for the draft. But he won’t be alone. Peter King explains in his latest Football Morning in America column that, during each pick in round one, Roger Goodell will have a “virtual montage” of 15 fans behind him, with those fans reacting to the Commissioner and to whoever the [more]...2020
  • • Expect the Seahawks to trade down in the first round
    Few things are certain about next week’s NFL draft, but this is close to a sure thing: The Seahawks will trade their first-round draft pick. The Seahawks always trade their first-round pick, and as one GM told Peter King in Football Morning in America, “Only two sure things in this draft: Joe Borrow to the [more]...2020
  • • Draft “mystery man” Ashtyn Davis flew to Philly for checkup with Dr. William Meyers
    In a recent edition of Football Morning in America, Peter King reported that former Cal safety Ashtyn Davis was deemed the draft’s “mystery man” by one NFL General Manager. Davis played well in college, but had surgery to repair a torn adductor muscle in December and was unable to work out at the Scouting Combine. [more]...2020
  • • Colts’ Chris Ballard says draft plans will be fine, all 32 teams face same rules
    How can NFL teams prepare for the draft in a time of social distancing? Colts General Manager Chris Ballard is confident it will be fine. “We’ll be prepared for anything on draft weekend, and we’ll have our work done,” Ballard told Peter King for Football Morning in America. “All 32 teams will play by the [more]...2020

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  • • FMIA Divisional: Aaron Rodgers, Packers Aren’t Finished, Derrick Henry Can’t Be Stopped, and more
    And then there were four. Peter King opens "Football Morning in America, Divisional Weekend" in Green Bay where the Packers joined the Niners, Titans and Chiefs as the championship weekend guests of honor. Also in the column: • Aaron Rodgers, 36 years old, still has the deft touch, and has Green Bay one win away from another Super Bowl appearance. • Derrick Henry might not care about stats, but ...2020

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  • • FMIA Guest: Kim Pegula On Lessons Learned Leading Bills During Covid
    2020
  • • Joe Burrow wants the Bengals to keep A.J. Green
    Maybe when Joe Burrow talked about having leverage, he meant over personnel decisions. According to Peter King of NBC’s Football Morning in America, Burrow “made it clear” he wanted the Bengals to retain free agent wide receiver A.J. Green. The LSU quarterback did the best he could to extinguish the fires he and his family [more]...2020

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  • • Roger Goodell to announce first-round picks from his basement
    It’s been thought for some time that NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell would announce the names of this year’s first-round picks from his home and we now know where in his home he’ll be when he makes those announcements. While giving a preview of what will be in Monday morning’s edition of Football Morning in America, [more]...2020
  • • Some teams think DeAndre Hopkins could be available in a trade
    Since coach Bill O’Brien took control of personnel, he hasn’t shied away from making big moves, like trading Jadeveon Clowney and acquiring Laremy Tunsil. Now some teams think O’Brien may make another big move. Peter King reports in Football Morning in America that two teams said Texans wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins is a player to [more]...2020
  • • FMIA: Patrick Mahomes Is ‘The Whole Package,’ Running Chiefs Into Super Bowl LIV To Meet 49ers
    Super Bowl LIV is set. Peter King opens Football Morning in America in Kansas City, where "the complete package" Patrick Mahomes ran the Chiefs past the Titans, setting up a championship matchup against the 49ers. Also in the column: • Mahomes recaps his second-quarter, tightrope, tip-toe touchdown that broke the spirit of Tennessee and ended the five-decade Super Bowl appearance drought in Kansa...2020
  • • Sean Payton thinks someone will make RFA Taysom Hill an offer
    Saints master-of-all-trades Taysom Hill‘s contract has expired. He’s due to become a restricted free agent. And the Saints are bracing for someone to try to pilfer him. “I think someone is going to make him an offer,” coach Sean Payton recently told Peter King of Football Morning in America. “But the first thing the fan [more]...2020
  • • FMIA Wild Card: Tom Brady the Pragmatist Controls His NFL Future
    Wild-card weekend is over, and whoa, what a start with four thrilling games. Peter King opens Football Morning in America in Foxboro where the NFL world witnessed a momentous event. Also in the column: • Tom Brady, "not crushingly disappointed" by the loss to the Titans, talks about being a free man for the first time in 20 years. And Robert Kraft breaks his silence on Brady's future and what's i...2020
  • • FMIA Week 14: How George Kittle and the ‘Choice’ Route Helped Lift 49ers Over Saints in the Game of the Year
    The game of the year in Week 14? Why not? Peter King opens Football morning in America with a look at the epic 49ers-Saints game, including an in-depth examination of the critical fourth-down play that put San Francisco in position to win. Also in the column: • George Kittle explains the "choice" he made on the crucial catch-and-run. • Drew Lock introduces himself to America and makes a case for...2019
  • • FMIA—Patrick Mahomes Reflects on LIV Turnaround By Following Dad’s Advice: ‘It’s All About The Next Pitch’
    Patrick Mahomes stunk for three quarters of the Super Bowl, and into the fourth. What changed? Peter King opens his Football Morning in America column eight days after LIV by talking to the Chiefs quarterback about what sparked the turnaround. Also in the column: • The elder Pat Mahomes on always focusing on the next pitch, and bestowing that wisdom on his son at a young age. • Twelve final tho...2020
  • • FMIA Week 16: Don’t Look Now, But Philly’s a Factor (With a Healthy QB)
    Don't look now, but the Eagles—with a healthy Carson Wentz—are a factor as the playoffs draw near. Peter King opens Football Morning in America Week 16 with the Philly resurgence, and the man leading the way. Also in the column: • The Raiders, at 7-8, have a path to the playoff that doesn't seem all that unrealistic. • The Seahawks are heading the wrong direction, and quickly. • The Joe Burrow...2019
  • • Chiefs may try to trade up for Henry Ruggs
    2020
  • • FMIA Super Bowl LIV: How the Chiefs ‘Put the Stinger’ in the 49ers and The Backstory on 2-3 Jet Chip Wasp
    A third straight come-from-behind win gave the Chiefs the franchise's second Super Bowl, so Peter King opens his Football Morning in America column with a look at the play that kicked off the comeback against the 49ers. Also in the column: • The backstory of 2-3 Jet Chip Wasp—the long 3rd-and-15 completion to Tyreek Hill—and how Patrick Mahomes helped call the tide-turning play. • Andy Reid, on...2020

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  • • Bills owner: Uncertainty is the one constant in reopening
    2020
  • • Teams wondering if they can travel day of game
    Heading into a season of uncertainty, the NFL has to accept that flexibility will be mandatory. That could extend to travel, and some long-held league policies. Via Peter King of NBC’s Football Morning In America, a number of teams are wondering if they can adjust their flight schedules to depart their cities the day of [more]...2020
  • • Report: Team personnel ‘angry’ with Roger Goodell over NFL Draft
    NFL commissioner Roger Goodell’s handling of the NFL Draft has become a source of controversy within the NFL. Goodell is pushing ahead with a virtual draft on the scheduled dates of April 23-25. This comes despite many teams wanting to see the event postponed. Perhaps worse, Goodell has threatened disciplinary action against anyone who publicly criticizes his decision not to postpone the draft. Th...2020
  • • Report: Jameis Winston likely to leave Buccaneers
    Has Jameis Winston played his last game with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers? According to Peter King of Football Morning in America, Winston is “likely” to depart the Buccaneers this offseason. King expects Winston to leave Tampa Bay and struggle to find a starting job in 2020. ESPN’s Jenna Laine didn’t quite corroborate the report, but did admit that coach Bruce Arians was clearly exploring other quart...2020
  • • FMIA: Patrick Mahomes Is ‘The Whole Package,’ Running Chiefs Into Super Bowl LIV To Meet 49ers
    2020
  • • FMIA Week 16: Don’t Look Now, But Philly’s a Factor (With a Healthy QB)
    2019
  • • Raiders still have chances, which was news to some of them
    The Raiders still have a chance at the playoffs. And while that’s news to a lot of people, that includes a number of people who work for the Raiders. Peter King of NBC’s Football Morning in America spells out the specifics, which included five particular results on Sunday falling their way (check, check, check, check, [more]...2019
  • • FMIA Week 15: Mike McCarthy Gets Creative To Prepare For His Next Shot
    Eight miles from Lambeau Field, Mike McCarthy is trying to prepare himself for his next job in coaching. Peter King opens Football Morning in America Week 15 with a visit to McCarthy in Green Bay to see the new tricks an old dog is learning. Also in the column: • The Bills get a big, playoff-clinching win, but the road is going to be a rocky one in January. • How the Falcons' stunning upset of S...2019
  • • FMIA Week 13: Featuring a Duck and a Darkhorse, Playoff Picture Fills Out
    With four weeks to go, the NFL playoff picture is taking shape. Peter King opens Football Morning in America Week 13 with a look at six items to ponder—a Duck? a darkhorse?—as the postseason draws near. Also in the column: • The Steelers focus on football—and not T-shirts—and finish the fight against the Browns. • Justin Tucker wanted a longer kick, but settles for a 49-yard walkoff winner in th...2019
  • • NFL explains why suspended Jameis Winston was permitted to text teammates
    2018

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