1. Yes, It Matters How Terrell Suggs Injured Himself, but It Shouldn't

    The Baltimore Ravens were dealt a significant blow when Terrell Suggs tore his Achilles tendon back in late April...

    Aaron Nagler Written by Aaron Nagler about over 5 years ago 4,332 reads 15 comments

  2. Why John Skelton, Not Kevin Kolb, Will Be Arizona Cardinals' Starting QB in 2012

    Earlier this offseason, the Arizona Cardinals tried to get Peyton Manning to be their quarterback in 2012...

    Aaron Nagler Written by Aaron Nagler about over 5 years ago 5,352 reads 71 comments

  3. Pete Carroll Says Right Things, but Can't Be Thrilled with Locker-Room Lawyer

    Late on Tuesday afternoon, the NFL and NFLPA issued a joint statement announcing that the Seattle Seahawks would be losing two OTA practices and one additional offseason workout ...

    Aaron Nagler Written by Aaron Nagler about over 5 years ago 19,434 reads 38 comments

  4. Buffalo Bills Smart to Have Ryan Fitzpatrick Focus on Fundamentals

    I don't need to remind Buffalo Bills fans about the Jekyll and Hyde-type performance of their quarterback in 2011, but let's bring the rest of the league's fans up to speed in case they weren't paying attention...

    Aaron Nagler Written by Aaron Nagler about over 5 years ago 2,801 reads 9 comments

  5. Justin Blackmon Not Exactly Repaying Shahid Khan for Taking a Chance

    How Not to Impress Your New Boss 101 Get arrested Sunday morning on a charge of aggravated driving under the influence, meaning you measure above .15 percent blood alcohol, or roughly twice the legal limit in Oklahoma (...

    Aaron Nagler Written by Aaron Nagler about over 5 years ago 4,165 reads 18 comments

  6. Packers Offense Already Deadly with Finley, Imagine If He Hangs onto the Ball

    Some Packers fans love Jermichael Finley. Some Packers fans hate him. What none of them can do is ignore him, and neither can opposing defenses...

    Aaron Nagler Written by Aaron Nagler about over 5 years ago 8,412 reads 19 comments

  7. NFL Pro Bowl: What Was Once a Matter of Pride Is Now a Matter of Passiveness

    Remember when you used to care about the Pro Bowl? I distinctly remember sitting on our living room floor as a young boy, looking to catch a glimpse of James Lofton's Packers helmet in the sea of 49ers and Cowboys helmets, among others...

    Aaron Nagler Written by Aaron Nagler about over 5 years ago 2,760 reads 13 comments

  8. Will Nick Fairley's 2nd Arrest Force the Detroit Lions to Clean Up Their Act?

    The Detroit Lions just can't stop making headlines for all the wrong reasons. Earlier this offseason, I wrote that the Detroit Lions would go as far as their petulant nature allowed...

    Aaron Nagler Written by Aaron Nagler about over 5 years ago 4,958 reads 79 comments

  9. Giants Season Opener Gets Extremely Interesting If Nicks Isn't Back in Time

    The New York Giants were dealt a significant offseason blow yesterday when wide receiver Hakeem Nicks, per the team's website, fractured the fifth metatarsal of his right foot during the team's morning practice...

    Aaron Nagler Written by Aaron Nagler about over 5 years ago 3,918 reads 46 comments

  10. The Go Route Podcast Episode 4 with ESPN's Andrew Brandt

    Note: We are experiencing some technical issues with the embedding of podcasts. You can listen to this podcast here . Also, p lease subscribe to the Go Route podcast on iTunes here ...

    Aaron Nagler Written by Aaron Nagler about over 5 years ago 455 reads 1 comments

  11. NFLPA Claims It 'Trusted the League at Its Word': Why Did It Start Now?

    First of all, if you haven't read my colleague Michael Schottey's post on the NFLPA’s claim that the league’s teams engaged in collusion during the 2010 uncapped year, please do so...

    Aaron Nagler Written by Aaron Nagler about over 5 years ago 1,856 reads 7 comments

  12. Debating the Strongest Division in the NFL

    Every year it changes, subtle shifts moving various divisions up and down in the power rankings as we approach the beginning of another NFL season...

    Aaron Nagler Written by Aaron Nagler about over 5 years ago 26,424 reads 165 comments

  13. Scott Fujita Has Good Reason to Fight for His Reputation

    Cleveland Browns linebacker Scott Fujita insists that he is innocent of the charges levied against him by the league and NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell...

    Aaron Nagler Written by Aaron Nagler about over 5 years ago 2,343 reads 12 comments

  14. NFL Arbitrator Dismisses Redskins and Cowboys Cap Case

    In what has to be considered a huge win for Roger Goodell and the National Football League, special master Stephen Burbank has dismissed the grievance filed by the Washington Redskins ...

    Aaron Nagler Written by Aaron Nagler about over 5 years ago 10,006 reads 110 comments

  15. Saints Fans Shouldn't Worry About Drew Brees' Contract...Yet

    Lots of pixels and ink are being spilled over the status of contract negotiations between Drew Brees and the New Orleans Saints ...

    Aaron Nagler Written by Aaron Nagler about over 5 years ago 5,061 reads 6 comments

  16. NFL Offseason Mailbag: Worst Teams in 2012, Toughest Divisions & More

    Every week (at least every week there's interest) I'll be conducting a Q&A with you, the dear readers of The Go Route, covering all the latest goings on around the NFL . You can submit your questions to me either via email (anagler@bleacherreport...

    Aaron Nagler Written by Aaron Nagler about over 5 years ago 5,706 reads 36 comments

  17. The Top 10 All-Time NFL Quarterbacks

    It's that time in the offseason where NFL fans need something to argue about. We've done the power rankings both pre and post -draft. Speaking of the draft, we've argued about who would draft whom as well as who had a good draft and who didn't...

    Aaron Nagler Written by Aaron Nagler about over 5 years ago 230,234 reads 221 comments

  18. Jonathan Vilma's Suit, NFLPA's Grievance Aim to Get NFL's Cards on the Table

    Under former executive director Gene Upshaw, the National Football League Players Association and its members enjoyed years of labor peace and a healthy relationship with the league office and then-NFL Commissioner Paul Tagliabue...

    Aaron Nagler Written by Aaron Nagler about over 5 years ago 1,358 reads 2 comments

  19. Predictions for Peyton Manning's First Season in Denver

    *NOTE* - I obviously meant to say DALLAS Clark in the video above, not Dwight. Apologies. When it comes to how Peyton Manning will fare with the Denver Broncos during the 2012 NFL season, there's a lot still up in the air...

    Aaron Nagler Written by Aaron Nagler about over 5 years ago 9,286 reads 25 comments

  20. LeGarrette Blount Shows Up Determined to Be Every-Down Back for Bucs

    Nothing like your team drafting your possible replacement in the first round to motivate a guy. LeGarrette Blount told Will Brinson of CBSSports...

    Aaron Nagler Written by Aaron Nagler about over 5 years ago 1,672 reads 4 comments

  21. Miami Dolphins: Reggie Bush Is Aiming for the Rushing Title in 2012

    Dreams. We all have them. My dream is to fly an X-wing fighter through the trench of the Death Star and to hit a thermal exhaust port that is less than two meters wide, setting off a chain reaction that should destroy the station...

    Aaron Nagler Written by Aaron Nagler about over 5 years ago 7,643 reads 27 comments

  22. Philadelphia Eagles Tackle Jason Peters Ruptures His Achilles...Again

    When the Philadelphia Eagles signed free agent tackle Demetress Bell it was with hopes that he would be a one year replacement at worst while Eagles tackle Jason Peters recovered ...

    Aaron Nagler Written by Aaron Nagler about over 5 years ago 2,731 reads 13 comments

  23. Biggest Standouts from Rookie Camp

    The latest crop of NFL rookies has now taken its initial snaps while wearing its first NFL helmets during rookie minicamps. Mostly, these three-day affairs are baby steps in the development of a rookie class, as it acclimates itself to life in the NFL..

    Aaron Nagler Written by Aaron Nagler about over 5 years ago 64,842 reads 22 comments

  24. Don't Look Now, but Ochocinco Is Making a Hell of a Lot of Sense

    Let's face it, you either love or hate Chad Ochocinco. I happen to fall on the "love" side of the ledger, but I completely understand if someone happens to land on the opposite side...

    Aaron Nagler Written by Aaron Nagler about over 5 years ago 7,005 reads 8 comments

  25. Seattle Seahawks Offseason: No Surprise Russell Wilson Showing His Talent

    Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll made some waves this weekend when he declared that the Seahawks' third-round pick in last month's draft, former Wisconsin quarterback ...

    Aaron Nagler Written by Aaron Nagler about over 5 years ago 11,985 reads 60 comments