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By Michael David Smith

Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill has released a statement in which he says he was falsely accused of abusing his son and expresses appreciation to the NFL for announcing today that he will not be suspended. “The last few months have been very difficult for me, especially as a father,” Hill wrote. “The false allegations [more] Read more…

By Josh Alper

The NFL announced on Friday morning that Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill will not be disciplined under the Personal Conduct Policy after the league’s investigation of child abuse allegations against him. That statement noted that Hill’s availability will be subject to conditions put in place by the district court, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell and the [more] Read more…

By Mike Florio

Three months after the emergence of an audio recording that prompted the Chiefs to ban receiver Tyreek Hill from the balance of the offseason program, the NFL has decided to take no action against Hill. The league has announced that Hill will not be disciplined under the Personal Conduct Policy. The NFL’s statement focuses on [more] Read more…

By Mike Florio

Usually, the NFL brings a player who is under investigation for violating the Personal Conduct Policy to 345 Park Avenue in Manhattan as a precursor to a suspension. But not always, as Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott recently learned. Elliott made an early-July trip to New York City for a meeting with the Commissioner that [more] Read more…

By Mike Florio

Camps open soon (the Broncos already have started practicing), and the folks in Vegas have adjusted their projected over-under win totals for 2019. The Chiefs currently lead the way with 12, followed by the Patriots at 11. The Rams and Saints are next at 10.5, followed by the Chargers, Eagles, and Colts at 9.5 The Bears, Packers, [more] Read more…

By Mike Florio

The Broncos have had consecutive losing seasons for the first time since 1971-72. They also had a losing season in 1970, which means that they’re currently one losing season away from matching that three straight years of sub-.500 football. But the days of zero-and-zero are a time for optimism and hope, even if it’s unreasonable [more] Read more…

By Michael David Smith

The Chiefs fan who shined a laser in the face of Patriots quarterback Tom Brady during the AFC Championship Game has been fined. Dwyan Morgan was given a $500 fine from a judge after pleading guilty to disturbing the peace, TMZ.com reports. A green light flashed across Brady’s face during the Patriots-Chiefs game in January. [more] Read more…