Morning Morning Quarterback’s Peter King brought his training camp tour to Anderson University on Thursday to get a feel for the Indianapolis Colts’ upcoming season. He sat down with Colts.com for a Q&A about Indy’s 2015 season, Luck’s big contract and the Colts’ prospects moving forward.
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More from Peter King and The MMQB on our Training Camp 2016 hub.
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Buried at the bottom of Monday’s joint league-union press release announcing a new procedure for enforcing the concussion protocol was a list of other agreements reached by the NFL and NFL Players Association. Peter King of TheMMQB.com noticed one that otherwise has gone unnoticed. Here’s the key language from the release: “This offseason the NFL…
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GREEN BAY, WIS. — Everyone in Green Bay wants to put the 2015 Eddie Lacy season in the ol’ rear-view mirror. Maybe everyone should. Because here is Lacy, on Tuesday, on the first day of training camp for any NFL team, at an unspecified lighter weight (not the fat slob he was last year), looking very interested. He bolts out of his stance during blocking drills and attacks...
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MMQB’s Peter King joined the Steelers’ Live duo of Missi Matthews and Bob Labriola during OTAs to give his impression of the state of the Pittsburgh Steelers. He was quick to point out the team’s ability to win in every way imaginable, even after losing core players. “I think one... The post Peter King Praises Steelers Versatility, Flexibility appeared first on Steelers...
Holding a press conference at this week’s NFL spring meetings, commissioner Roger Goodell had to answer questions involving an Outside the Lines report suggesting that the league attempted to influence a government study on concussions. Primarily focusing on what seems to be league-mandated PR talking points, Goodell reiterated that concussions remain the NFL’s top priority...
The idea of Peter King not writing for Sports Illustrated is a weird one. So when King openly speculated that he might be interested in spreading his wings and flying elsewhere, maybe to do baseball or politics or something else, the sports media took notice. Alas, that won’t be happening as King is staying at the place that he helped build. CNN’s Brian Stelter reports that...
During Super Bowl Week in the Bay Area, Shane Newell, a Stanford journalism graduate student had the privilege of driving Sports Illustrated’s Peter King to and from events. In exchange, Newell got to observe King while he was a pool reporter covering the Denver Broncos and interview him. Newell asked King about his future at Sports Illustrated being the editor-in-chief of Monday...
By Steve DelVecchio The official trailer for “Concussion” was released on Monday, and the upcoming film must scare the crap out of at least some of the big wigs at NFL headquarters. The movie, which is based on a true story, stars Will Smith as Nigerian-born neuropathologist Dr. Bennet Omalu. Omalu was the first doctor to pinpoint playing football as a cause of significant...
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