The NFL game is always changing. Sometimes changes are made for the better and sometimes the changes don’t go over as well as planned.
The NFL will continue to look at their rules this off-season and will make changes as they feel necessary. One big debate set for this off-season is instant replay and how it relates to penalties that were or were not called on the field.
The Indianapolis Colts did indeed provide the spark that ignited the wildfire that is DeflateGate.
NFL executive vice president of football operations Troy Vincent revealed on an upcoming episode of 60 Minutes Sports per MMQB.com that Colts general manager Ryan Grigson blew the whistle against the New England Patriots.
Hopefully there will be more information...
According to league sources involved in the NFL’s investigation of Sunday’s AFC Playoff game, 11 of 12 of New England’s allocated footballs were under-inflated by two pounds of air (PSI) when the Patriots beat the Indianapolis Colts, 45-7.
NFL’s senior vice president of communications, Greg Aiello said (via ESPN.com)
We are not commenting at this time.
Earlier Tuesday, the...
ABC News obtained a phone recording of NFL executive Troy Vincent telling Adrian Peterson that he would only receive a 2-game suspension for his child abuse case. Vincent, Executive Vice President of Football Operations, was previously accused by Peterson and his attorneys that he gave the Vikings running back false information and did not keep his
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Former defensive back Troy Vincent said that during his 15-year NFL career he "played with six openly gay players in the locker room," though he did not offer the names, and added that the individuals were accepted by teammates without issue.
Vincent, recently named executive vice president of football operations for the league, said those teammates had not publicly announced their...
Former Eagles great Troy Vincent is continuing his ascention up the NFL executive ranks.
Troy Vincent named NFL Executive Vice President of Football Operations. Details to follow.
— Greg Aiello (@gregaiello) March 19, 2014
Per NFL Communications:
Vincent, the head of NFL Player Engagement since 2010, will oversee all aspects of football operations in the league office with a focus...
Not often is the NFL looked at as a family, what with concussion lawsuits and lockouts.
Troy Vincent is trying to change that through the league's player engagement initiatives, including its new ''Legends Program'' and a series of homecomings for former players.
It's something the former All-Pro cornerback is passionate about. A one-time president of the NFL Players Association...
Via AP on Fox
December 24, 2013