The Steelers’ James Harrison spoke with the NFL about an Al Jazeera report. The NFL provided no new evidence or witnesses linking three active players to illicit conduct during interviews the league had with the trio this week, multiple sources with knowledge of the league’s investigation into the Al Jazeera performance-enhancing drugs report told Yahoo Sports. The sources characterized the interviews of three players – the Pittsburgh Steelers’ James Harrison, and the Green Bay Packers’ Clay Matthews and Julius Peppers – as “basic” questions scripted entirely from the allegations in the Al Jazeera report.
One of the most special moments one can have in life is witnessing the birth of their child. Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver A.J. Green and his wife, Miranda Brooke, will be welcoming their first child this fall. As you can imagine, Green is eagerly awaiting the arrival of his baby boy (who he and his wife are planning to name Easton Ace Green), who is expected to come on Sept. 30, the day after the Bengals host the Miami Dolphins on Thursday Night Football. A projected delivery date doesn’t actually mean the baby will be delivered that day. That's why Green and the Bengals need to be prepared for the possibility that the baby could be born on the day of a game. That's something Green is already
Running back is quickly becoming a forgotten position early in fantasy football drafts this year.