Cory’s Corner: Stop relying on sponsors and do your job NFL

I realize money makes the world go ’round, but should it also be a moral compass? Adrian Peterson was set to play in Sunday’s game before Radisson Hotels and Anheuser-Busch stepped in. The question is, why does it have to go to those lengths? Commissioner Roger Goodell had the chance to take a stand against […]

The Burke Blotter: The NFL Needs the Green Bay Packers

If someone were to say the National Football league has had a bad past couple of weeks, they would be making the understatement of the century. Multiple domestic abuse indictments and/or accusations along with Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson being charged with child abuse has stained the NFL. The league has gone into a […]

The Burke Blotter: The NFL Needs Leaders, Not Cowards

One of the cardinal rules for anyone involved with the National Football League, whether it’s as a player or executive, is “don’t harm the shield.” After a week that featured perhaps the biggest public relations blunder in league history, the NFL shield has not only been harmed but it’s also been dented, soiled upon, lit […]

Cory’s Corner: The NFL must part ways with commish Roger Goodell

Ray Rice finally got the punishment he deserved, but it shouldn’t have taken nearly this long. After TMZ leaked the despicable and appalling elevator video of Rice and his then-fiancé and now-wife Janay Rice, the NFL was in full backpedal. The average value of an NFL team is $1.43 billion. The NFL currently hovers around […]

Surviving Sunday: Packers News, Notes and Links for the Football Deprived

I know I said last week’s Surviving Sunday was the last until the Packers 2014 season ends, but I’m kind of down about the Jared Abbrederis injury and don’t feel like cranking out 500 words about Khyri Thornton, Richard Rodgers or some other Packers player we should probably wait until after a couple preseason games […]