Jim Harbaugh says he won’t keep a player guilty of domestic violence | ProFootballTalk
“There are going to be two principles at play here,” Harbaugh said “And one is, I’ll speak for myself, I’ll speak for the 49ers: We’ll not tolerate domestic violence. The second principle, we’re firm believers in due process. And I ask for your understanding on those two principles.” Those are not mutually exclusive principles. But it does put Harbaugh in stark contrast to his brother John, who has wrapped his arms around running back Ray Rice, whose shamefully light punishment triggered the increased punishment McDonald could face.
ESPN panel predicts Cincinnati Bengals will win AFC North - ESPN
It's that time of year again. It's the time of year when NFL predictions and prognostications are en vogue, and they span the gamut. Paper Super Bowl champions are crowned. As are paper MVPs and paper rookies of the year. Paper (or, in this case, digital) division champions are declared, too. None of it is official.
Cincinnati Bengals: 10 Bold Predictions For 2014 Season
Cincinnati Bengals' quarterback Andy Dalton may get used to meeting Andrew Luck and the Indianapolis Colts in the preseason, regular season and perhaps even the postseason. Here are 10 bold predictions for the Bengals' 2014 season.
2014 NFL playoff predictions: Cowboys, Titans will surprise - CBSSports.com
It's that time of year where everyone makes picks and we're no different here at CBSSports.com. Over the past week, we've made Super Bowl picks, MVP picks, rookie of the year picks and we even tried to pick which teams would be left undefeated after Week 4.
2014 NFL predictions - national contributors - ESPN
Our ESPN Power Panel, comprised of more than 80 people, has predicted the 2014 division winners, wild cards, individual award winners, conference champions and Super Bowl titlist. NFL Nation: AFC reporters | NFL Nation: NFC reporters | Other ESPN personalities Note: These predictions pages do not include everyone who voted.
Wes Welker suspended four games for violating PED policy | ProFootballTalk
Broncos receiver Wes Welker has been suspended for the first four games of the season for violating the NFL's policy against performance-enhancing drugs. According to multiple reports, Welker tested positive for a banned amphetamine.