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  • • Owners expected to approve 14-team playoff bracket
    NFL owners will convene for a conference call Tuesday, and one topic up for discussion will be the long-rumored 14-team playoff bracket. Unsurprisingly, the owners are expected to ratify the change to the league’s playoff-qualification setup, Mark Maske of The Washington Post reports. Unlike the 17-game season, the postseason expansion would take place beginning in 2020. The uncertainties, however...2020
  • • The NFL hopes to start the 2020 season on time
    As of now, the NFL remains hopeful that the 2020 regular season will start on time, as Mark Maske of the Washington Post writes. But the COVID-19 pandemic — which has already had a major impact on the draft, free agency, and offseason activities — could delay the start of training camp, and an adjustment to the regular season still looms as a real possibility. In addition to the obvious health con...2020
  • • NFL might push back May meetings
    The NFL recently canceled its annual spring meeting, an important event during which rule changes would have been discussed among other orders of business, due to the COVID-19 pandemic. At the time the league announced those discussions would instead take place at a May 18th-20th meeting in California, which had been rescheduled due to the cancellation. Now that meeting is up in the air, and the l...2020
  • • NFL undecided on whether to hold May meetings
    The NFL already has canceled its Consumer Products Summit, the annual owners meetings, pre-draft visits, public events surrounding the draft and closed team facilities to players amid the coronavirus pandemic. The NFL has not yet decided about its May owners meetings, Mark Maske of the Washington Post reports. The meetings are scheduled for May 18-20 [more]...2020
  • • NFL, union to meet Sunday to plan coronavirus strategy
    While nearly all major sports leagues have either suspended or canceled upcoming events, the NFL has yet to make any drastic changes to its offseason schedule. Obviously, unlike most other leagues that are currently in season, the NFL lacks the same pressure since its largest public events (e.g. NFL draft, training camp, etc.) are still at least a month away, but as the COVID-19 (aka coronavirus) ...2020
  • • Report: NFL, players' union to discuss postponing free agency on Sunday
    As of Saturday afternoon, the 2020 NFL league year remains scheduled to start on Wednesday, March 18. The legal tampering window opening at 11:59am EST on Monday is still the plan as well.  But the coronavirus pandemic has already altered the NFL’s pre-draft process and will now force the NFL and the players associattion to discuss a delay to the league year. The league and the union will discuss ...2020
  • • TV networks not fans of two-bye schedule for NFL?
    It seems somewhat strange the NFL is attempting to move to a 17-game season without adding an additional bye week. After such a format was initially rumored, it did not take off. This CBA proposal includes a 17-game season — which would begin as early as 2021 — and three preseason games. The TV networks’ past stance against a double-bye schedule influenced the owners to keep the single-bye setup t...2020
  • • Report: NFL players would lose $700 million by not approving new CBA
    As NFL players near a pivotal vote on the proposed collective-bargaining agreement, the weight of the 10-year deal will be even more intense with the potential financial fallout that’s at risk if a new deal isn’t reached. According to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport, rejecting the proposed offer from NFL owners would cost current and former players $700 million in 2020. As part of that figure, approxim...2020
  • • Still waiting on a final CBA, the NFL's tag plans could get complicated
    Work continues on the NFL's proposed collective bargaining agreement, which has yet to be officially sent out for a vote.  A potential ratification vote occurring by late next week still exists, but Mark Maske of the Washington Post notes (via Twitter) this could spill into the second week of March.  That will keep teams’ tag plans complicated. The tag window opened Thursday and will close March 1...2020
  • • Player reps meeting after union meeting with NFL
    A long day in Indianapolis could become a long night. After an extended meeting with NFL representatives regarding a proposal on a new CBA, the NFL Players Association Executive Committee and board of player representatives are meeting in Indianapolis, via Mark Maske of the Washington Post. Per Maske, it’s unclear when the player representatives will [more]...2020

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  • • NFL, union to meet Sunday to plan coronavirus strategy
    While nearly all major sports leagues have either suspended or canceled upcoming events, the NFL has yet to make any drastic changes to its offseason schedule. Obviously, unlike most other leagues that are currently in season, the NFL lacks the same pressure since its largest public events (e.g. NFL draft, training camp, etc.) are still at least a month away, but as the COVID-19 (aka coronavirus) ...2020
  • • Under new CBA, marijuana use would virtually never be an issue again for NFL players
    The momentum toward a new CBA took a blow on Friday, but all hope is not lost, as the two sides have agreed to meet at the Combine next week. As we await more word on where exactly the players union stands, here’s the latest on what was in the most recent proposal: There’s been talk for a while about the new deal relaxing marijuana restrictions, and we have the full details on what that would look...2020
  • • Report: ‘No timetable’ on Myles Garrett reinstatement as NFL reviews case
    Cleveland Browns defensive end Myles Garrett remains suspended indefinitely by the NFL after meeting with Roger Goodell at the league offices Monday. Mary Kay Cabot of Cleveland.com was the first report on the meeting. A few hours later, Mark Maske of the Washington Post provided an update on what’s next, noting the NFL is now reviewing whether “Garrett fulfilled the conditions of his reinstatemen...2020
  • • NFL decides not to fine Jadeveon Clowney for helmet-to-helmet hit on Carson Wentz
    Many felt the scary helmet-to-helmet hit by Jadeveon Clowney on Carson Wentz during the wild-card game last weekend was worthy of a penalty and a fine. After reviewing the hit, however, the NFL has opted not to fine Clowney, per Mark Maske of the Washington Post. This end result lines up with what the refs said of the hit after Sunday’s game between the Seattle Seahawks and Philadelphia Eagles, wh...2020
  • • Report: Patriots likely to lose at least one draft pick for videotaping Bengals
    The NFL may believe the New England Patriots that their filming of the Cincinnati Bengals’ sideline last week was merely a case of a videographer not understanding league rules, but that does not mean the defending champions will avoid significant disciplinary action. It seems like a certainly that the Patriots are going to be fined, at the very least. According to Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports, ...2019
  • • Colin Kaepernick's attorney weighs in on Redskins not working out his client
    Colin Kaepernick’s attorney weighed in on the Washington Redskins not working out his client despite their quarterback needs. Washington’s starter Alex Smith is out for the season with a compound fracture in his leg. Backup Colt McCoy suffered a broken right fibula on Monday night, though he has not been ruled out for the season. That has left Washington with Mark Sanchez as their starter, so they...2018
  • • Top Takeaways from Roger Goodell's Press Conference at NFL's Winter Meetings
    2016
  • • Deshazor Everett won’t be suspended for knocking out Darren Sproles
    Washington safety Deshazor Everett admitted he made a mistake, with the hit that gave Darren Sproles a concussion. And while it will cost him, it won’t cost him a game. According to Mike Jones and Mark Maske of the Washington Post, Everett will not be suspended by the league but will be fined for a violent…...2016
  • • Roger Goodell Discusses Public Perception of NFL's Response to Domestic Violence
    2016
  • • Otherworldly Start in the Past, Carson Wentz and Eagles Facing Harsh Reality
    2016

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  • • The NFL hopes to start the 2020 season on time
    As of now, the NFL remains hopeful that the 2020 regular season will start on time, as Mark Maske of the Washington Post writes. But the COVID-19 pandemic — which has already had a major impact on the draft, free agency, and offseason activities — could delay the start of training camp, and an adjustment to the regular season still looms as a real possibility. In addition to the obvious health con...2020
  • • NFL undecided on whether to hold May meetings
    The NFL already has canceled its Consumer Products Summit, the annual owners meetings, pre-draft visits, public events surrounding the draft and closed team facilities to players amid the coronavirus pandemic. The NFL has not yet decided about its May owners meetings, Mark Maske of the Washington Post reports. The meetings are scheduled for May 18-20 [more]...2020
  • • NFL, union to meet Sunday to plan coronavirus strategy
    While nearly all major sports leagues have either suspended or canceled upcoming events, the NFL has yet to make any drastic changes to its offseason schedule. Obviously, unlike most other leagues that are currently in season, the NFL lacks the same pressure since its largest public events (e.g. NFL draft, training camp, etc.) are still at least a month away, but as the COVID-19 (aka coronavirus) ...2020
  • • Report: NFL, players' union to discuss postponing free agency on Sunday
    As of Saturday afternoon, the 2020 NFL league year remains scheduled to start on Wednesday, March 18. The legal tampering window opening at 11:59am EST on Monday is still the plan as well.  But the coronavirus pandemic has already altered the NFL’s pre-draft process and will now force the NFL and the players associattion to discuss a delay to the league year. The league and the union will discuss ...2020
  • • Report: NFL players would lose $700 million by not approving new CBA
    As NFL players near a pivotal vote on the proposed collective-bargaining agreement, the weight of the 10-year deal will be even more intense with the potential financial fallout that’s at risk if a new deal isn’t reached. According to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport, rejecting the proposed offer from NFL owners would cost current and former players $700 million in 2020. As part of that figure, approxim...2020
  • • Still waiting on a final CBA, the NFL's tag plans could get complicated
    Work continues on the NFL's proposed collective bargaining agreement, which has yet to be officially sent out for a vote.  A potential ratification vote occurring by late next week still exists, but Mark Maske of the Washington Post notes (via Twitter) this could spill into the second week of March.  That will keep teams’ tag plans complicated. The tag window opened Thursday and will close March 1...2020
  • • NFL decides not to fine Jadeveon Clowney for helmet-to-helmet hit on Carson Wentz
    Many felt the scary helmet-to-helmet hit by Jadeveon Clowney on Carson Wentz during the wild-card game last weekend was worthy of a penalty and a fine. After reviewing the hit, however, the NFL has opted not to fine Clowney, per Mark Maske of the Washington Post. This end result lines up with what the refs said of the hit after Sunday’s game between the Seattle Seahawks and Philadelphia Eagles, wh...2020
  • • Patriots likely to face discipline for video incident
    It seems like the Patriots aren’t going to be exonerated of wrongdoing by the league for the videotaping incident that dominated headlines this past week. For a full primer on the scandal, click here. The NFL is “likely to penalize” New England, sources tell Mark Maske of the Washington Post. Maske writes that the league office is “contemplating disciplinary measures in line with those imposed on ...2019
  • • Report: Patriots likely to lose at least one draft pick for videotaping Bengals
    The NFL may believe the New England Patriots that their filming of the Cincinnati Bengals’ sideline last week was merely a case of a videographer not understanding league rules, but that does not mean the defending champions will avoid significant disciplinary action. It seems like a certainly that the Patriots are going to be fined, at the very least. According to Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports, ...2019
  • • NFL insiders expect Kirk Cousins to sign with Vikings
    One of the more interesting names in the 2018 free agent class is quarterback Kirk Cousins. A number of teams are interested in the soon to be former Washington Redskins quarterback.But despite rumored interest from the Denver Broncos, Dallas Cowboys, and other teams, people inside the NFL expect to see Cousins with the Minnesota Vikings in 2018.“Several agents who don’t represent Cousins but who ...2018

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  • • Otherworldly Start in the Past, Carson Wentz and Eagles Facing Harsh Reality
    2016
  • • Sources: Patriots' Reputation as NFL's 'Best Cheaters' Made Them a Target
    2015
  • • San Francisco 49ers DC Search: Latest Rumors, Speculation on Vacant Position
    2015

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  • • LeSean McCoy officially eligible to play Week 1
    Police are still investigating a July attack on LeSean McCoy’s ex-girlfriend, but the star running back will not be placed on the commissioner’s exempt list despite the allegations the woman made against him.On Monday, NFL spokesman Brian McCarthy confirmed to Mark Maske of the Washington Post that there has been no change to McCoy’s status. That means he will be eligible to play on Sunday when th...2018
  • • Top Takeaways from Roger Goodell's Press Conference at NFL's Winter Meetings
    2016
  • • Roger Goodell State of the NFL 2016: Takeaways, Reaction from Press Conference
    2016
  • • Peyton Manning Responds to Al Jazeera Doping Report on Sunday NFL Countdown
    2015
  • • Duke Ihenacho Discusses NFL Contracts in the Players' Tribune
    2015
  • • In Court of Public Opinion, Roger Goodell's Reputation Might Be Beyond Repair
    2015
  • • Sources: Patriots' Reputation as NFL's 'Best Cheaters' Made Them a Target
    2015
  • • Ngata PED Ban Shows Why All NFL Discipline Should Work Like New Drug Policy
    2014
  • • Ray Rice Reinstated by NFL: Latest Details, Comments, Reaction
    2014

Top Mark Maske news

  • • Ray Rice Reinstated by NFL: Latest Details, Comments, Reaction
    2014
  • • Todd Bowles to Jets: Latest Contract Details, Comments and Reaction
    2015
  • • Nate Robinson Reportedly Receives Tryout with Seattle Seahawks
    2016
  • • Report: NFL has found no link between Patriots football operations, video crew
    The Patriots have said that the team’s video crew that violated league policy by filming the Bengals sideline during a December game against the Browns had no connection to their football operations staff and, per a report, a league investigation into the matter hasn’t turned up any evidence to the contrary. Mark Maske of the [more]...2020
  • • Tony Romo Injury: Updates on Cowboys Star's Clavicle and Return
    2015
  • • Ndamukong Suh Ruled Not to Have Kicked Alfred Morris by NFL Senior Officials
    2015
  • • Roger Goodell's Role in Disciplinary Process to Be Re-Evaluated by NFL Owners
    2015
  • • Richie Incognito Comments on Tom Brady, Roger Goodell and NFL Appeal Process
    2015
  • • Report: NFL decides not to fine Jadeveon Clowney for hit on Carson Wentz
    Jadeveon Clowney faced death threats from angry Eagles fans, but that appears the worst repercussion for the Seahawks defensive end for his hit on Carson Wentz. Mark Maske of The Washington Post reports that the NFL has decided not to fine Clowney for the hit that knocked Wentz out of Sunday’s game. Clowney was not [more]...2020
  • • Sources: Patriots' Reputation as NFL's 'Best Cheaters' Made Them a Target
    2015

Mark Maske fantasy rankings and news

  • • Duke Ihenacho Discusses NFL Contracts in the Players' Tribune
    2015
  • • Tony Romo Injury: Twitter Reacts to Cowboys Star Breaking Clavicle
    2015
  • • San Francisco 49ers: Why Haven't They Hired an Offensive Coordinator, Yet?
    2015
  • • Colt McCoy, DeSean Jackson, Pierre Garcon's Post-Week 13 Fantasy Reaction
    2014

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  • • Owners expected to approve 14-team playoff bracket
    2020
  • • The NFL hopes to start the 2020 season on time
    2020
  • • NFL might push back May meetings
    2020
  • • NFL undecided on whether to hold May meetings
    2020
  • • NFL, union to meet Sunday to plan coronavirus strategy
    2020
  • • Report: NFL, players' union to discuss postponing free agency on Sunday
    2020
  • • TV networks not fans of two-bye schedule for NFL?
    2020
  • • Still waiting on a final CBA, the NFL's tag plans could get complicated
    2020
  • • Report: NFL players may take ‘a week or two’ to vote on new CBA
    The NFL world eagerly awaits a resolution on a potential new CBA ahead of the 2020 season, but the players may not have a final vote for a couple of weeks. Mark Maske of The Washington Post reported Wednesday morning that the ratification vote of all the players “could be a week or two off.” In the meantime, there’s plenty of loose ends to tie up as teams attempt to get on with their offseason pla...2020
  • • Signs point toward interconference matchups for 17th game
    The NFL hasn’t provided the NFL Players Association with many/any details regarding how a 17th regular-season game would be implemented. On Monday, Packers CEO Mark Murphy shared one very important aspect of the extra game with Mark Maske of the Washington Post. Via Maske, Murphy said that all teams in one conference would have nine [more]...2020

Mark Maske rumors, scandals

  • • Patriots likely to face discipline for video incident
    2019
  • • Tom Brady Comments on Upcoming CBA Negotiations' Impact on NFL Players
    2016
  • • Chris Borland Comments on Concussions, Retirement and More
    2016
  • • Roger Goodell Comments on Tom Brady's Suspension, Raiders Las Vegas Rumors, More
    2016
  • • Drew Brees Comments on Roger Goodell's Power, Deflategate and More
    2016
  • • DeAndre Levy Comments on Potentially Having CTE, Dangers of Football
    2016
  • • Roger Goodell State of the NFL 2016: Takeaways, Reaction from Press Conference
    2016
  • • Report: NFL randomly tested PSI of Patriots-Titans footballs
    Perhaps the NFL finally found out cold weather causes footballs to lose air pressure Sunday. The league tested the PSI of the New England Patriots and Tennessee Titans’ footballs before, at halftime and after the two teams’ Week 15 matchup, a league source told NFL Media’s Lisa Kraus Edwards. This is the first time the Patriots’ footballs have been part of the NFL’s random PSI testing since last s...2015
  • • Cowboys Must Finally Surrender to Lost Season After Ugly Loss, Tony Romo Injury
    2015
  • • Ndamukong Suh Ruled Not to Have Kicked Alfred Morris by NFL Senior Officials
    2015

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