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New York via Orlando, Florida.
Sports Writer — Wall Street Journal

I write about the NFL for the Wall Street Journal. Covering Andrew Luck's compliments, linemen playing Settlers of Catan and the actual football in between.

Giants Coach Needs Help With Millennials, Siri

wsj.com — PHOENIX- Tom Coughlin, the NFL's oldest head coach, would like to understand two things better: The lifestyle of his millennial superstar, wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. and his iPhone.

How the NFL Stole March Madness

wsj.com — NFL coaches love to tell the same lame joke every spring when talking about the off-season: "What off-season?" they quip. Then it stopped being a joke. There really is no NFL off-season anymore. That's because the league that has done the best job of attracting eyeballs and dollars has solved its biggest problem: its short, September-February season means it has the longest off time in sports.

More Legends Than Streets

wsj.com — Lambeau Field, the famed home of the Green Bay Packers, is located at 1265 Lombardi Ave. As in Vince Lombardi, the Hall of Fame coach. To get there, you can take Holmgren Way, named after Mike Holmgren, another Super Bowl-winning former Packers coach. And you'll see Bart Starr Road and Reggie White Way, among other legendary names.

Why Jim Harbaugh Is Still Throwing

wsj.com — With the NFL draft coming up in May, Jim Harbaugh is touring the college towns of America in search of a quarterback. The San Francisco 49ers coach already has a good one in Colin Kaepernick, but that hasn't stopped Harbaugh from hitting the road and carrying out one of his trademark tactics for evaluating talent: Playing an intense game of catch.

The Uptempo NFL Is Forcing Refs Into Shape

wsj.com — The NFL is faster than ever. The "no-huddle" offense has exploded and forced one position on the field to get into better shape. The referees. Last weekend, the NFL gave referees fitness tests to whip them into shape for the coming season, which may be their toughest ever.

NFL to Broadcast a Game Nationally Via Internet Only

wsj.com — For the first time in its history, the NFL will use something other than television to distribute the national broadcast of a football game, a person familiar with the matter said on Monday.

NFL to Suspend Blackout Policy

wsj.com — The NFL will suspend its controversial TV blackout policy for the 2015 season, a person familiar with the matter said.

In Television Deals, NFL Plays by Its Own Rules

wsj.com — At the National Football League's Park Avenue headquarters in New York, a picture on the wall of the executive in charge of negotiating television contracts shows a high-school football game under way while a building burns in the background. The caption: "Ruthless Priorities."

Tablets: Too Complex for NFL's 'Old' Folks

The Dallas Cowboys’ Fatal Flaw

wsj.com — Here's a joke that NFL coaches love to tell: This year, we're going to run the ball. It's an annual gag, said at every season-opening news conference and then forgotten. Passing is at an all-time high in the league, and defenses have never been weaker.
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Mar 26, 2015

I truly did not think it was possible to run out of college basketball timeouts.

Mar 26, 2015

"Welcome to the Internet" Hilarious fact sheet given to owners in 1995 (via @NFLprguy) pic.twitter.com/shJLSyDTbO

Mar 26, 2015

Tom Coughlin conducts study on millennials, also learns to "talk to the phone" but still doesn't trust it. on.wsj.com/1CreblV

Mar 25, 2015

Best NCAA writer anywhere this time of year: @bzcohen. On Kentucky's tape study. Sorry, tape "study." wsj.com/articles/ncaa-…

Mar 25, 2015

When no one cares about a rule--this includes tampering--nothing, not even the teams involved, can make it an interesting story.

Mar 25, 2015

Coughlin also called me a millennial and it was the worst moment of my life.

Mar 25, 2015

One observation: Chip Kelly is one of a handful of coaches at NFL meetings hotel who will stop to talk to fans. And that's cool.

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